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art'otel

4 star

Bed and Breakfast

Adapted transfers Wheel-in shower
art'otel
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This accommodation's artistic design is partially due to the resident artist Donald Sultan being responsible for many of the unique creations found around the hotel.  The art'otel truly lives up to its name, and offers a place to recline and relax while being surrounded by both minimalism and traditional artwork.

It isn't only the artwork that is easy on the eye at the art-otel - its location offers views of the Danube River bank, as well as being close to the city centre.

Location

City centre, on the banks of the River Danube, with public transport links close by.  Just 10 minutes' walk from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Buda Castle.

Facilities

24hr reception, bar, gym, restaurant, safe, WiFi, parking, air-con (which may require a fee), room service, shuttle bus service, dry cleaning, laundry service, concierge, multilingual staff, self-serve laundry, babysitting, tennis court

Accommodation

LCD satellite TV, fridge

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