MERCURE CITY CENTRE - Abbey Travel, Ireland

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    • 12-15 yrs

    • 2-11 yrs

    • 0-23 mnth


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Welcome to MERCURE CITY CENTRE

MERCURE CITY CENTRE Located in central Budapest, on the city's most famous street 'Vaci Utca', this friendly hotel is just 100 meters from the banks of the Danube and is surrounded by some of Budapest's best shops, restaurants and bars. It is also close to tram and underground stations.The modern rooms are medium sized and boast dark wooden furniture, brown carpets, and pastel beige soft furnishings. All are in good condition. The bathrooms although rather small are well equipped and clean.The breakfast room is on the second floor and overlooks the main street. Recently renovated, this dining room is retro in style and has a very nice feel to it with its stylish tables and chairs, lively colours, well presented buffet and canvas pictures on the walls. There is also a funky colorful new bar in the entrance to the hotel called 'Vu' offering a good variety of drinks and snacks for hotel guests. Guests can enjoy a coffee or a beer here whilst surfing the internet on the bright pink bar stools or relax at one of the many tables.This is a modern hotel with a concrete facade with red steel trimmings.The lobby is set quite a way back from the main entrance on the vaci Utca. Guests walk through the bright modern cafe Vu and will see the long sleek reception desk to the right. The reception can also be reached from the back of the hotel where taxis drop off guests.This is one of the most central hotels in the city and one of only a select few that are right on the popular Vaci street. It is within walking distance of several tourist attractions and so ideal for all leisure guests wanting to be in the thick of the action. (AHJ 0408).