Hotel built in 1969, Last partial renovation 2018, Number of floors 10, Total number of rooms 364, Number of suites (separate rooms) 22, Earliest check-in 16:00, Latest check-out 11:00, Multilingual staff on hand 24 hours a day, Hotel, Trade fair/conference hotel
Apaczai Csere Janos u. 4., 1052 Budapest, Hungary
- Station (Budapest - Nyugati Railway Station) 1.9 km
- City centre (Budapest) 0.83 km
- Airport (Budapest Listz Ferenc international Airport (BUD)) 16.72 km
- American Express
- Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Accepted payment methods
- Reception (lobby)
- Hotel-owned car park
- Restaurant(s) 3
- Hotel bar
- Automatic emergency wake-up alarm
- Fitness centre
- Cable TV
- TV remote control
- Room safe
- Coffee machine/tea-maker
- Iron + ironing board
- Centrally controlled air conditioning
- Temperature controls
- Ceiling fan
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Bathroom with shower
- TV with international news channel
- Safety deposit boxes at reception
- Air conditioning in public areas
- Classic concierge service
- Express check-out
- Free daily newspapers
- Business center
- Secretarial services
- Car rental
- Laundry service
- Shoe-polishing machine
- Limousine service
Evaluations of Budapest Marriott Hotel
Very good hotel. Had absolutely no issues with my stay. Food was great as well. Recommended.
Room a bit too small
Beautiful breakfast with everything imaginable for every appetite!
Didn't understand the increase on the second day.
Quietness of the rooms and friendliness of the staff
Problems with reservation where not resolved when I booked in
Room was small.
The room has been warmer than usual and hence could not sleep properly. Atleast a kettle for late night coffee/tea would have been good.
They want you to take THEIR taxi contractor. So when you want them to order another/cheaper taxi company there are always little mistakes and problems and you end up ordering your taxi yourself to avoid these. Recommend only special restaurants. No objective recommendations to fit the customers' needs. Poor Service... missing attention. You have to bring your luggage outside yourself.