Review: Hilton Budapest City, Junior Suite

Updated: October 20, 2021

*This is no longer a Hilton Hotel but is currently the Crowne Plaza Budapest

Trip to Budapest and Berlin in February

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Hilton Budapest City Junior Suite

Date of stay: February 12-13, 2016
Address: Vaci Ut 1-3, Budapest, 1062
Nightly Rate: 79 Euros King Hilton Guest Room, Upgraded to Junior Suite
How to get here: Take bus 200E to the nearest metro station, Kobanya Kisp Metro, then get off at Nyugati Station

Hotel Exterior

Hilton Budapest City exterior


Hilton Budapest City lobby

Hilton Budapest City lobby and reception area

Hilton Budapest City

Junior Suite

Hilton Budapest City Junior Suite

Hilton Budapest City flat screen TV

Hilton Budapest City, tea and coffee making facilities

Hilton Budapest City, bathroom

Bath toiletries by Peter Thomas Roth (my favorite)

Hilton Budapest City, walk-in shower and toilet

Hilton Budapest City, bathtub

Hilton Budapest City, bathrobes, slippers, flat iron and ironing board

Hilton Budapest City, safe

Hilton Budapest City, minibar

Hilton Budapest City, separate living room

Hilton Budapest City, Diamond welcome amenity

Hilton Budapest City, view from my suite

During my second stay in this hotel, I was upgraded to an executive room as a Diamond member.

Executive Room

Hilton Budapest City Executive Room

Hilton Budapest City, easy chair

Executive Lounge

The Executive Lounge is located on the 4th floor (top floor) and is open from Monday to Sunday, 6am to 11pm. Personalized check-in and check-out is offered to guests staying in the executive rooms and those with Diamond status.

Hilton Budapest City Executive Lounge entrance

Hilton Budapest City, reception area

Hilton Budapest City Executive Lounge seating

Hilton Budapest City Executive Lounge seating and business corner

There are newspapers and brochures available

Wifi is complimentary for HHonors members, or you can choose wired connection if you want.

Dining area

Dining area

Tea Time (3-6pm)

Coffee machine and teabags


Cookies and mini brownies

Minifridge containing juices, bottles of water and softdrinks

Evening Snacks & Happy Hour (6-8pm)

Whiskey, vodka, wines, Unicum (Hungarian herbal liqueur)

Hungaria Extra Dry, beers

Cold buffet included mozarella pesto and  pasta salad among others

There were two hot dishes: Quesadillas and the Pasta of the Day which was Farfalle with Cream Sauce plus the soup which was Yellow Bean Soup. The hot dessert was the Rice Pudding with Cranberry Sauce

Buffet Breakfast (7-10am)

Cold buffet included yogurt, cheese, ham, sliced fruits

From the hot buffet, there were bacon, sausages, boiled eggs, scrambled egg and grilled vegetables.

Croissants, muffins, cupcakes, danish

Hilton Budapest City breakfast buffet


Zita Café on the ground floor

Fitness Center

Fitness Center is open daily 24 hours on the 4th floor



Locker rooms


Last week, I stayed at the beautiful Hilton Budapest City located near the West End shopping mall. If you are taking the metro to the hotel (the way I did), you get off at Nyugati Station and take the B exit. I liked the location of the hotel since it is walking distance to the Parliament Building and of course, if you love shopping, then the shopping mall is just a few steps away. Upon arrival, I was checked in by Kata, a very friendly agent and was told that I was upgraded to a Junior Suite. It was actually my first time to be upgraded to a suite room so I was really very happy. I was also given an envelope full of brochures but since I prefer exploring the city by myself when I'm not traveling with Singelresor, I decided  I'd use them on another occasion. The room I got was a very nice room, very spacious and close to the Executive Lounge. It had a separate living room and the bathroom had my favorite toiletries from Peter Thomas Roth. Wifi connection was pretty fast and I was able to do some work done. I also loved the Diamond welcome amenity which included a bottle of wine, a large bottle of water and some desserts. The Executive Lounge really had good offerings during the evening and I specially loved their pasta. They also have an outdoor terrace but since it was raining mostly during my stay, I was not able to enjoy it. The breakfast buffet also had a very good offering and I was very satisfied after my meal. Unfortunately, I was not able to use the sauna but to have one for their guests is a plus specially during winter season. I am so happy I stayed in this hotel since I was able to visit most of the attractions located on the Pest side during my stay here. For the price that I paid, I really think that this hotel is one of the best hotels to stay when in Budapest. To Hilton Budapest City, "Köszönöm!"

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