A landmark on one of Europe’s most scenic rivers, Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest embodies historic grandeur and youthful exuberance. Our SPA harnesses Budapest’s renowned heritage in wellness, while the lovingly restored palace brings together 2 million mosaic tiles, an ornate Preciosa chandelier, dramatic stairways and, most memorable of all, thoughtful Four Seasons hospitality.
- Budapest Royal Suite
Reflecting Budapest’s imperial grandeur and youthful energy, this expansive suite offers everything you need to feel at home during your stay in Budapest. Need extra space? Ask us about connecting this suite to one or two additional rooms.Details
- Danube River-View Room
Fairy-tale views of Budapest’s iconic sites make even the busiest work trip feel relaxing and romantic.Details
- Superior Room
These art-deco–style rooms combine residential comfort with intuitive workspaces.Details
- River-View Park Suite
This suite is ideal for families and those seeking space to entertain, with an open concept and a contemporary palette of grey and lavender.Details
- Buda Castle Presidential Suite
Sit by the fireplace with colleagues or friends in your lavish yet cosy living room, or sit down to a meal at your dining table seating six people. With views of Budapest’s historic heart, chances are you’ll never want to leave this residential-stye suite.Details
Named after the Hungarian word for “collage,” our contemporary European brasserie highlights creative combinations in all aspects of the dining experience.
- Unpacking List – Highlights from the Budapest Bucket List
Our Chef Concierge at Four Seasons Gresham Palace Budapest has crafted a collection of eight unforgettable experiences, making it easy to access some of the city’s rarest, most inspirational opportunities. Go beyond the ordinary and see everything from a different perspective as you check off every item on your Budapest bucket list.Details
- Soak It In
We can arrange fast-track entry vouchers to Budapest’s iconic geothermal spa baths such as the Neo-Baroque Szechenyi Baths, one of Europe’s largest thermal-bath complexes with 15 indoor baths and three grand outdoor pools.