WELCOME TO BUDAPEST PANORAMA CENTRAL
The Panorama Central is located directly in the historical center of Budapest, less than a 5 minute walk from famous Vaci street, Andrassy Avenue, the Hungarian National Museum, St. Stephen’s Basilica and the Dohany Synagogue (Europe’s largest). Located in a 19th century building, our small hotel is brand new and provides a comfortable, home-like atmosphere in classical surroundings.
Visitors cannot find a more central Budapest hotel with all major transportation hubs only a few minutes walk away. The hotel is situated only a 1 minute walk from the Astoria metro station on the M2 Redline. It is also only a 5 minute walk from both the Deák tér and Kálvin tér stations, both on the M3 Blueline.
Our rooms combine famous Hungarian hospitality, modern, elegant facilities, a central location and affordable prices making it the perfect choice for both tourists and business travelers coming to Budapest.
Every room has satellite television, high speed Internet access and a work area. The rooms also come with air conditioning making them comfortable during any season. The ceilings are high and the colors of the rooms are light giving our guests a feeling of space and calm which is always good after a long day of sightseeing or work. The windows and walls are also sound proof making the rooms quiet and relaxing. Our superior rooms come with Jacuzzi baths with hydro massage – perfect after a long day in the city.
Family holidays are easy to plan at our hotel. Our large, airy rooms provide plenty of space to play. Complimentary baby equipment can be provided in your room. Equipment includes baby cots, highchairs, bathtubs and cutlery for the children. We can also heat the baby food in our staff kitchen. All you need to do is ask at our reception. We are always happy to help!
The Superior Room consists of 1 double bed or 2 twin beds, 2 bedside tables, a desk and chair. This room is larger than the Standard Room and is spacious…[...]
The Triple Room is large enough to accommodate a whole family. The beds can be converted into a double and single or three single beds. The room is perfect for…[...]
The Single Room is a bright and cosy space with a courtyard view. The room features cable TV, a work desk, 1 bedside table and a private bathroom with shower,…[...]
The Standard Room consists of 1 double bed or 2 twin beds, 2 bedside tables, a desk and chair, with a courtyard view. Our bathroom is equipped with a hairdryer…[...]
The Economy Room is a small but comfortable space ideal for single travelers or couples. The room is furnished with 1 double or 2 single beds, 1 bedside table…[...]
This room is a great choice for families, coming with 2 beds that can be joined together, and is spacious enough for an extra sofa-bed which is available on…[...]
Excellent location, short walk to vaci utca, the ruin bars and innumerable top quality pubs and restaurants. The holy basilica, museum, ferry station and the parliament are also within walking distance. Nice spacious rooms, great hospitality and affordable rates, not to mention the complimentary bottle of Hungarian wine to welcome you. No views though, but a perfect stop if u want a comfortable stay and explore the beautiful city.
Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Nothing Fancy but Clean and in Great Location
Clean, simple rooms in central Pest right near the Astoria metro station. Perfect base for exploring downtown. Its up a few stories and the elevator is tiny. Was a bit noisy, but I had the room closest to the entrance.
Thursday, July 12, 2018
I stayed here 3 nights for the conference. Really good location, 5 min walk from the shopping street and many bars and restaurants; very close to the metro station. The rooms are spacious and clean. Service is good. You enter it through a bit shabby staircase, but it’s perfectly safe.
Sunday, July 1, 2018
Ideal base for exploring the city
Stayed here for 3 nights in early jan. The hotel is right in the city center centre, around 6,500 forints for a taxi from the aiport, or 900 for the bus. It is on the 3rd floor of a large building, the lift seemed dodgy but still worked alright. The lady at the reception was lovely, gave us a map and showed us all the places we should visit and told us how to get there! You can get to most places by foot in round 20 minutes anyway but a 24 hour transport pass was only around 1,600 forints. We even bought our tickets for the thermal baths at the hotel reception so we didn't have to queue on the day. Hotel room was really spacious and clean with huge windows and plenty of storage etc. Beds weren't too comfy but good enough for a short break. The hotel is a 5 min walk from Vaci Utca- a street with lots of bars, restaurants and shops. And a short walk in the opposite direction from a main metro station. Ideal location. Reception is 24 hours and offers free tea, coffee, water, biscuits. Staff even left us a free bottle of wine!! Would recommend.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Birthday weekend with friends
We went to Budapest for the weekend, with friends. A small hotel on the 3rd floor. Fantastic for the money:) Centrally located, and a very friendly service. Free coffee and tea, by yourself in the reception 24/7 Tnx from Sweden :)
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Comfortable hotel in excellent location
This hotel is very good value for Budapest, ideally located right next to Astoria station, 2 stops away from the railway station and with lots of bars, cafes and restaurants all around. It is a lively area especially at the weekend but the hotel is still relatively quiet (Budapest is a lively city anyway so for anyone looking for peace and quiet it may not be the right place!). We had a room with a balcony overlooking the main road and great views of the street. Rooms are clean and comfortable. Worth noting that reception is actually on the 4th floor across the street, which was not a problem (once we found it the first time!) and that we didn't take up the breakfast vouchers, which are for a restaurant nearby, which enabled us to have breakfast at various cafes every day instead. Would happily stay there again.
Saturday, September 2, 2017