Ferenciek Square Apartments Hotel Budapest
If you are on the hunt for a wonderful place to go in Budapest, without tons of crowds and a beautiful setting, you simply have to go to the Párizsi udvar (Paris Court). Although not the bustling place it once was, this elegant shopping arcade (designed by Henrik Schmahl in 1913) is well-worth a visit, particularly as it's just around the corner from Váci utca.This building was originally designed to be a shopping center and apartment-house in 1913 by the famous architect Henrik Schmahl. The designer knew what he was doing when he added elegant motifs and mosaics to the interior of the Párizsi udvar. The building, which was originally commissioned by a savings bank, contains motifs, mosaics and ornaments of every description, with fragile and intricate woodwork forming part of the roof structure.
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Total number of rooms : 34 NO Connecting rooms :
Bathroom Internet access Kitchen Fridge Cooker Microwave Tea and coffee making facilities Washing machine Ironing set Carpeted floors Central heating Individually adjustable heating Shower Living room Balcony Terrace Wi-fi Pillow menu Turndown service Hydro-massage bath DVD player Extra beds on demand Toiletries Desk Bathrobes Slippers Make-up mirror Trouser press Fan Satellite TV Cable TV Dishwasher Plug adaptor Towel menu Bathtub Hairdryer TV NO Smoking rooms NO Disability-friendly bathroom YES Wheelchair-accessible
* Some services at an extra charge.
Wired Internet Laundry service Transfer service Currency exchange facilities Multilingual staff Wi-fi Lift access NO Large pets allowed (over 5 kg) NO Small pets allowed (under 5 kg) NO Garage NO Car park NO Wheelchair-accessible
- Clean 5/5
- Location 5/5
- Staff 5/5
- Service 4/5
- Comfort 5/5
4/5 Ferenciek Square Apartments.
Ferenciek Square Apartments