A member of ‘The Leading Hotels of the World’ and one of the distinguished Syntagma Sq trio. If you have a few thousand euros to spare, go for the 350 sqm Royal Penthouse Suite and impress your companion beyond any expectation. The suite occupies the hotel’s entire ninth floor and boasts of a terrace with a private swimming pool, a jacuzzi and a wonderful Parthenon view which is included in many of those international lists compiled for the rich and privileged of this world.
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel provides the ultimate business experience for the guests of Oslo. The central location, top quality service, and stunning view are attracting a number of annual business meetings, conferences, international groups, and corporate events.
Few hotels in Central Europe can match the standard set by Copernicus, which is a member of the exclusive French hotel association Relais & Châteaux, and has been a firm favourite of visiting dignitaries, with former guests including George W. Bush and the Prince of Wales.
The famous Sacher Hotel was first opened in 1876 by Eduard Sacher. Since 1934 the Gürtler family has owned it, working hard to preserve the tradition and elegance. The hotel is widely known for providing scenery for The Third Man film and for its Sachertorte chocolate cake. The red-clad doormen will usher you inside, where you can admire the imperial grandeur, dating back to the times of Prince Metternich.
Renovated with 91 rooms that provide spectacular balcony views of the Adriatic and a minimalist interior equipped with all the necessities. Indulge in local art works, à la carte restaurant Vapor, spa centre, indoor pool and more. Only minutes from the town centre.
The Four Seasons in Budapest offers 179 rooms, all furnished on the same theme, varying greatly in size and price, with river side rooms looking onto the Chain Bridge and Castle. There’s an Italian restaurant, a Café and a Bar, plus a top floor Health Club and Spa.