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Live Like Royalty: Top 8 Best-Rated Hotels In Visegrád, Hungary

Andrea
Published Aug 23, 2017

The brilliant blue Danube, the second largest river in Europe, has inspired countless works of art from paintings to musical compositions. Nestled at its bend is Visegrád, a town teeming with history just as fascinating as the river that passes through it. Around 45 minutes from Budapest, the castle town is home to medieval wonders like the Royal Palace and Citadel.

Aside from being a picturesque little town by the river, this Hungarian gem also had a significant role to play in European history. As the hometown of King Charles I, Visegrád became the capital of Hungary during the 1300s. Charles also hosted the famous Royal Summit of 1335, which cemented an alliance between three Central European kingdoms. In 1991, politicians from Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Poland met at the same venue to form the Visegrád Group.

The town’s name literally translates to “cloud castle” (Fellegvár) in Hungarian, and from afar it does look like a town rising up to the heavens. The surrounding majestic terrain makes it perfect for hiking tours, and its well-preserved castle ruins can truly amaze any visitor. With Visegrád’s history of hosting royalty, visitors are sure to live in comfort the way its royals did centuries ago.

A trip isn’t complete without a perfect accommodation, here are the best-rated hotels in the area for a memorable holiday!

1. Hotel Honti (from 61 USD)

Located less than a kilometer from the Danube River, this pet-friendly hotel can make anyone feel like visiting royalty. The Honti overlooks the hills and has great views of a medieval castle, making sure you wake up to beautiful scenery every morning. It has warm and welcoming interiors, neither too flashy nor nondescript. If you’re in the mood for something grandiose, the biggest basilica in Europe is 25 kilometers (15.53 miles) away.

Guests can relax at the wellness area, check out local cuisine at the restaurant, and even rent a bike to explore the surroundings. There is also a supermarket nearby for your other needs.

Hotel Honti

Address: 2025 Visegrád, Fo utca 66., Hungary (see map)

Price: from 61 USD (15,764.84 HUF)

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2. Silvanus Hotel (from 96 USD)

Boasting panoramic views and a luxurious wellness center, this hillside hotel is truly a palace of comfort fit for a king or queen. Guests commend the hotel’s location for being walk-friendly, which is great for pet-owners and wanderers alike. Once you’re tired of the on-site facilities, you can head to the nearby Visegrád Citadel and soak up some history. A ski lift is also less than a kilometer away, perfect for an action-packed winter holiday.

During your stay, you can release that extra energy at the recreation center, shake off those carbs at the gym, or chill out at the restaurant and bar with friends. If you’re in the mood for rejuvenation, the hotel can provide a relaxing massage to get you ready for your next tour of the town. Shuttle services are also available for an extra charge.

Silvanus Hotel

Address: 2025 Visegrád, Feketehegy 0134., Hungary (see map)

Price: from 96 USD (24,806.40 HUF)

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3. Royal Club Hotel (from 115 USD)

If you want to stay somewhere a little closer to the town center, check out the Royal Club Hotel. Truly living up to its name, the hotel has a top-notch wellness area including two pools, a salt chamber, solarium, and infrared sauna. If you’re in the mood for billiards or ping-pong, just head to the recreation center.

Aside from an on-site restaurant where you can sample great local cuisine, there are also supermarkets and dining establishments within the hotel’s vicinity. Shuttle services are available and pets are allowed on request.

Royal Club Hotel

Address: 2025 Visegrád, Fő utca 92., Hungary (see map)

Price: from 115 USD (29,729.80 HUF)

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4. Hotel Visegrád (from 112 USD)

Hotel Visegrád offers pristine views of the town’s iconic sites, but that’s not the best part. Perfect for those who love to walk around, the hotel is located a few minutes away from the King Matthias Museum, Royal Palace and Solomon Tower. All rooms are soundproofed and air-conditioned, ensuring a good night’s rest for your next excursion. They are also equipped with a minibar and balcony, great for simply admiring the terrain with a drink in hand.

The hotel has a recreation center, wellness center, and on-site restaurant. Shuttle services are also available for a smooth and safe ride around town.

Hotel Visegrád

Address: 2025 Visegrád, Rév utca 15, Hungary (see map)

Price: from 112 USD (28,966.56 HUF)

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5. Thermal Hotel Visegrád (from 119 USD)

Hungarians are great when it comes to wellness, and this hotel is proof. Located near the Royal Palace and the beach, the Thermal Hotel has a high-end wellness center where guests can truly be in the lap of luxury. In addition to a wide array of wellness facilities, it also has an on-site fitness center for those who feel a little guilty about having two more servings of goulash. A shuttle service and car hire are also available if you want to venture a little further on your own.

The hotel has its own shops, restaurant, and bar. It even has a barber shop and beauty salon, perfect for photoshoot touch-ups or beauty emergencies. Those with dogs, kids, or both dogs and kids are also in luck: pets are allowed on request and babysitting services are available.

Thermal Hotel Visegrád

Address: 2025 Visegrád, Lepence-Volgy hrsz 1213, Hungary (see map)

Price: from 119 USD (30,765.07 HUF)

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6. Hotel Vár Kastélyszálló (from 60 USD)

This charming little hotel is as historic as the castle town itself. Located right by the Danube River, this former hunting castle evokes the coziness of home. Guests can sample traditional cuisine at the on-site restaurant, stroll through the garden, and relax close to nature at the quaint wellness area. They also provide a shuttle service, and pets are allowed.

With a variety of recreational services from fishing to horse riding, this hotel is perfect if you’re seeking an old-fashioned getaway like the ones you had when you were a kid.

Hotel Vár Kastélyszálló

Address: 2025 Visegrád, Fő út 9., Hungary (see map)

Price: from 60 USD (15,505.20 HUF)

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7. Patak Park Hotel Visegrád (from 72 USD)

This hotel will certainly appeal to two types of guests: on-the-go explorers and dog owners. Located in the woods next to the Apátkúti stream, the Patak Park Hotel is near a ferry pier, the Bertényi Miklos Garden, and a 4-kilometer (2.48-mile) hiking trail to the Citadel.

All rooms have minibars and are air-conditioned. Relaxation-seeking guests can benefit from the hot tub, sauna, and massage service. If you feel like having a culinary tour but are too lazy to go out, just pass by the on-site restaurant and sample the various flavors of Hungarian cuisine. Canine guests are also in for a treat: the hotel provides dogs with their own special menu.

Patak Park Hotel Visegrád

Address: 2025 Visegrád, Mátyás király u. 82., Hungary (see map)

Price: from 72 USD (18,619.20 HUF)

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8. Hotel Hubertus Zebegeny (from 34 USD)

The Danube River is truly a sight to behold, and sometimes the best way to experience it is with good ol’ peace and quiet. Hotel Hubertus is located in a quiet area around 12 kilometers (7.45 miles) from Visegrád, with the Royal Palace a 14-minute drive away.

If you’re having trouble deciding what to do and where to go, this hotel can help you with your holiday itinerary. You can ask for assistance when it comes to hiking and cycling tours as well as recreational activities like canoeing and horse riding. A free shuttle service is also available. Once you’re done with all the exploring, you can request for a massage.

The hotel’s light interiors are a clean mix of rustic and modern, allowing plenty of sunlight to come in. All rooms also have a balcony so you can savor the views right outside your bed. There is an on-site bar and restaurant, and there are barbecue facilities if you feel like having a cook-out. A supermarket is also within the vicinity. Pets are allowed, so you don’t have to worry about leaving your four-legged pal behind.

Hotel Hubertus Zebegeny

Address: 2627 Zebegény, Janoshegy 7., Hungary (see map)

Price: from 34 USD (8,786.28 HUF)

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Experience the Visegrád of royals

In Visegrád, we can be royals. With its castles, views and penchant for wellness, the royal treatment is indeed in Visegrád’s blood. For your next trip to the town of the cloud castle, do yourself a favor and enjoy the finer things in life. Let yourself live that fantasy.

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