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June 6, 2003
The bathrooms are extremely modern and aesthetic as well, which is almost unsettling as there is some nice art above the commode. There is an excellent complimentary breakfast each morning with fresh baked goods and a wide variety of hot and cold foods, but do get there early to be sure of snagging croissants and a good place to sit. There is a fine dining establishment and art gallery at the "back" of the hotel, and the bar area near the registration desk serves light fare and desserts in between meals. No gift/necessities shop on the premises, although there is a drug store and a small sundries shop just south of the hotel out the back entrance, within a block or two. Bring someone who speaks Hungarian for that trip, however. The staff are so friendly that a staff member may volunteer to acompany you if you are, say, looking for infant formula. We were staying on a discounted rate, the quoted room rate is probably higher, but discounts also abound for this hotel.
From journal Emerging City - Budapest
May 1, 2002
With over 600 pieces or original art by American artist Donald Sultan it is also quite startling in appearance, with canvasses and objects everywhere you look. There is no sense of clutter, however, as generous amounts of natural light seep in to the property on even rainy, overcast days (such as when I visited).
Rooms are very simple in furnishings, yet feature bold colors and design choices. Every room has an outlet for connecting a laptop computer and its own voice mail system. A business center was almost ready for completion at the time of my visit, and a full service restaurant, the Chelsea, offers delicious meals.
From journal Hungary: Return to Budapest