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All Inclusive Hotels including Food and Spa Treatments : Budapest

All Inclusive Hotels including Food and Spa Treatments : Budapest

Jul 24th, 2010, 08:50 PM
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All Inclusive Hotels including Food and Spa Treatments : Budapest

We have friends who just came back from Budapest - Margaret Island and stayed in the Grand Hotel, their stay included meals and spa treatments.

We are interested in a 'package deal' that includes meal and spa treatments near the city center do you have any recommendations?

Thank you,
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Jul 26th, 2010, 01:41 PM
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Jul 26th, 2010, 02:04 PM
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Most hotels in the center of a major city do not have all-inclusive arrangements -- that's a resort concept designed to (1) meet your vacation needs and (2) have you pay more to the resort. Margaret Island is not the center of Budapest.

Many hotels in Budapest include breakfast. I couldn't think of one that includes all meals and spa treatments. I also couldn't think of a reason to just stay in the hotel all day and not explore Budapest.
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Jul 26th, 2010, 04:55 PM
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I think Hungary has some spa resorts, but I don't think they're anywhere near Budapest. I looked into one about 50 miles east of there. Looked like something you'd find in California.
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Jul 26th, 2010, 05:11 PM
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Earlier this year we stayed at the Corinthia Grand in Budapest - not for a spa holiday but for sightseeing.

http://www.corinthia.com/home?l=1&c=3

However it does have a rather good indoor pool and spa area and I believe quite a lot of treatments.
We had a 'club room' and I did notice one couple coming into the club lounge each day in sports wear/track pants type gear - obviously straight form the spa?!

It is a very grand old building and has a range of places to eat if you don't want to go out.
However it is not a 'resort' in the sense of a place just for relaxing and does not have a garden or extensive grounds or the like.

Budapest is a fantastic place and I would really consider sightseeing.
I really enjoyed relaxing in the pools and steam room after very long days with lots of walking.
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