Mamaison Hotel Andrássy Budapest

District VI, Andrássy út 111, Budapest, Budapest, 1063, Hungary

Located up in the quiet embassy district, close to the City Park and Andrássy út, the Mamaison is housed in a Bauhaus-style structure built in 1937 and once used as an orphanage. Despite this, it makes for a comfortable if business-like hotel, with a fairly swanky little modern lobby and a good restaurant. It's a quick hop into the main sights on the historic metro line, and it can be very affordable.

YOU SHOULD KNOW The hotel has been called a boutique hotel in the past - for us, it actually feels more like a mid-range little chain property than having the individual flavor that we'd expect from a boutique stay.


Rooms are large but not overly full of personality, considering the hotel's design-y vibe in other areas, in golds and silver with some red accents in the chairs and cushions. However, as well as the space, the other bonus is that almost all have balconies overlooking the trees and mansions of Andrássy út.


Modern bathrooms, too, are large, and newly renovated, with wood paneling. All have bathtubs.


The high ceiling-ed lobby is quite stylish, with greys and silvers and large shocking pink flowers. Staff are extremely helpful.


The hotel's La Perle Noire restaurant and lounge dishes up a fine buffet breakfast and has a pleasingly swanky feel, with French and Hungarian food on offer.


La Perle Noire doubles up as the hotel's bar, and it has a pleasant outdoor terrace in summer, with a barbecue and cocktail area.

Book direct with the hotel for a free bottle of sparkling wine in your room.


Getting Around

The hotel's location has its own strengths, close to the City Park and other attractions at the top end of Andrássy út. But it will require either around 30 minutes' walking or public transport to get into the Old Town of Pest and over to Buda and the castle. That's not really a problem, though, as the lovely metro line is historic and reliable, and a very short walk from the hotel.


If you're sightseeing near the Chain Bridge, Terv Bisztró (18-minute metro) has a properly Hungarian vibe. Closer to home, there's the lovely, authentic Italian trattoria, Ristorante Millennium da Pippo (8-minute walk).


Try Legend Brewery Pub (8-minute walk) for a good introduction to Hungarian craft beer. Or in the city center, the rooftop bar of the Aria hotel, the High Note Sky Bar (11-minute metro trip) is a lovely spot with great rooftop views and a friendly but stylish vibe.


A cut above many of its competitors in what could be described as fringe locations for the city center, the Mamaison Hotel Andrássy Budapest is a friendly, comfortable little hotel with the added bonus of balconies in almost every room as well as a good breakfast and well-regarded attached restaurant.


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Phones: 1-462–2100

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