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    Luxury Apartments in Budapest City Centre

    Andrássy Avenue with the Opera House (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

    Andrássy Avenue, recognised as a World Heritage Site in 2002, is a 2,310-metre boulevard lined with spectacular Neo-renaissance mansions and townhouses featuring fine facades and interiors.

    Heroes’ Square (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

    In honor and memory of the great leaders in Hungary's history, it is the biggest square and most visited sight in this city.

    Gellért Thermal Bath

    Take a dip in one of these famous thermal baths in the only capital city in the world that is rich in thermal waters with healing qualities.

    Széchenyi Thermal Bath

    Take a dip in one of these famous thermal baths in the only capital city in the world that is rich in thermal waters with healing qualities.

    St. Stephen Basilica

    The largest church in Budapest, dedicated to Hungary's first king, St. Stephen.

    Széchenyi Chain Bridge

    The first permanent stone-bridge connecting Pest and Buda, 375 metres long and of economic and historic significance, it is now a famous landmark.


    The biggest building in Hungary and situated at Pest's riverbank, it was built at the end of the 19th century in Gothic Revival style, a must-see attraction with its splendour.

    Buda Castle District (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

    Famous for its medieval, baroque, and 19th-century houses, churches, and public buildings, the Fisherman’s Bastion and the Matthias Church are two famous sights.

    The Great Synagogue in Dohány Street

    The largest Synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world, it was built in 1859 in Moorish Revival Style, and hosts the Hungarian Jewish Museum.

    Holocaust Memorial Center

    Serves as memorial for the victims of the Hungarian Holocaust, it is also a museum that tells the history of the Holocaust.

    Kazinczy utca (Kazinczy Street)

    The new party street in Budapest, a buzzing cultural hub and a great place to drink and socialize, with everything from little bars, inner atmospheric courtyards, beer-gardens to the biggest ruin pub, Szimpla Kert.

    Gozsdu Udvar (Gozsdu Courtyard)

    This beautifully restored Gozsdu Courtyard is now one of Budapest's newest entertainment districts packed with restaurants, pubs and bars.

    Erzsébet tér (Erzsébet Square)

    Erzsébet tér is a green park in the heart of the city, one of the favourite spots where many young people hang out, read or spend the evening with friends.

    A Grund

    This multifaceted bar is characterized by unique architecture, a perfect venue for pub games, eating, drinking, and intimate conversations.


    This unique bar on a floating ship on the Danube offers great food and drinks with a spectacular view, and was voted the World’s Best Bar by Lonely Planet in 2012.

    River Danube

    The Danube is the frame of all the best Budapest views, the dividing line that gives the city its dual character, and the second longest river in Europe

    Margaret Island

    A 2.5 km-long island located in the middle of the Danube, it provides a peaceful hideaway from hectic downtown with large green areas, flowery gardens, old trees, and lots of entertainment.

    Orczy Park and Botanical Garden

    A favourite family outing venue which houses the Hungarian Natural History Museum and the Orczy Adventure Park.

    City Park (Városliget)

    The largest park of Budapest it has everything you need for an enjoyable day, from an artificial lake to interesting historic sites like Vajdahunyad Castle, the Budapest Zoo, the Municipal Circus, the Museum of Transport, the legendary Gundel Restaurant and the famous Széchenyi Baths.

    Ráday utca

    A lively and trendy street within walking distance from the hotel with lots of bars and restaurants including Costes, one of Hungary’s three Michelin-star restaurants.

    Corvin Promenade

    A great place to look for all kinds of culinary delights from patisseries to Hungarian, Indian and international cuisines.

    Corvin Plaza

    Offers a variety of fast food restaurants, from Turkish to Chinese food.

    Liszt Ferenc tér

    The Square is around 200 meters long with a park in the middle, and restaurants and cafés all around. A popular place among locals and tourists to hang out.

    Corvin Shopping Center

    Just 2 minutes away from the hotel, this is where you can find well-known brands and a supermarket as well.

    Budapest Great Market Hall

    Here at the oldest, largest and most beautiful of all Budapest market halls, one can find fruits, vegetables, dairy products, fantastic salamis, pickles, fresh fish, Hungarian paprika, Tokaj wines, Hungarian snacks like Langos, and various souvenirs.

    Váci utca pedestrian shopping street

    It is the most famous shopping street in central Budapest, featuring a large number of shops and restaurants.

    Westend City Center Shopping Mall

    One of the largest shopping centres in Budapest located next to the Western Railway Station.

    Museum of Applied Arts

    Housed in one of Budapest's landmark Hungarian Art Nouveau buildings, the museum is the third oldest applied arts museum in the world.

    Hungarian Natural History Museum

    Dating back to 1802, its Neo-classical building houses the largest natural history collections of Hungary and the region.

    Hungarian National Museum

    The first museum of Hungary, founded in 1802, it houses the nation’s most significant collection of art and archeology.

    Palace of Arts (MüPa)

    Opened in 2005 and recognised internationally for its brilliant architecture, the complex is home to the 1600-seat Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, the ultra-modern Festival Theatre and the Ludwig Museum of contemporary art.

    Groupama Arena

    Opened in 2014 and home of the most popular Hungarian football club, Ferencvárosi Torna Club

    Fraser Residence Budapest

    Located on the Pest side of the city, Fraser Residence Budapest enjoys excellent proximity to the financial and business centre and all major attractions.  Within the vicinity of our city centre apartments are business parks home to international companies, Budapest InfoPark, Corvin Offices, Millennium Tower and Millennium Gate and the Semmelweis University and Hospital.

    Right in the enviable city centre location where the new “Corvin-negyed” area (Corvin Quarter) is, our guests are just moments away from the Corvin Shopping Mall, and a variety of restaurants, bars and cafés.

    Fraser Residence Budapest

    Nagytemplom u. 31.
    H-1082 Budapest

    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

      • Corvin Plaza Shopping Mall (2 minutes by foot)
      • Supermarkets (2 minutes by foot)
      • Life1 Wellness-Fitness Centre with swimming pool and saunas (3 minutes by foot)
      • Museum of Applied Arts (8 minutes by foot)
      • Hungarian Natural History Museum (10 minutes by foot)
      • Orczy Park and Botanical Garden (10 minutes by foot)
      • Ráday utca culinary street with restaurants and cafés (14 minutes by foot)
      • River Danube (15 minutes by foot)
      • Millennium Office Towers (19 minutes by foot)
      • Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art (20 minutes by foot)
      • Szent István Hospital (5 minutes by public transport)
      • Hungarian National Museum (5 minutes by public transport)
      • Albert Flórián Futball Stadium (8 minutes by public transport)
      • Infopark Business Park (15 minutes by public transport)
    • Nearest Transportation

      • Metro stations Corvin-negyed or Klinikák (line M3) are less than 5 minutes away by foot
      • Tram stops on the Grand Boulevard for lines 4 and 6 (running 24 hours) are about 5 minutes away by foot
    • Getting to Fraser Residence Budapest

      By Taxi

      • From Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD), 15-20 minutes.

      By Bus and Metro

      • From Liszt Ferenc International Airport, 25-30 minutes.
      • Purchase tickets at the airport information desk.
      • Take bus service number 200E and alight at the final stop where you will find Metro Station Kőbánya-Kispest.
      • Take the metro to Klinikák station.
      • The hotel location is a 5 minutes’ walk from the station (towards Nagytemplom utca/Nagytemplom Street in the “Corvin-negyed” area).
    • About Budapest

      Budapest is the capital and the largest city of Hungary and one of the largest cities in the European Union. It is the country's principal political, cultural, commercial, industrial, and transportation centre. The city covers an area of 525 sqm (202.7 sq miles) within the city limits. Budapest became a single city occupying both banks of the river Danube with the unification on 17 November 1873 of west-bank Buda and Óbuda with east-bank Pest.

      One of the most beautiful cities in Europe, its extensive World Heritage Sites includes the banks of the Danube, Buda Castle, Heroes' Square, Andrássy Avenue and the Millennium Underground Railway. Other highlights include a total of 80 geothermal springs, the world's largest thermal water cave system, second largest synagogue, and third largest Parliament building. The city attracts about 4.3 million tourists a year, making it the 25th most popular city in the world (and the 6th in Europe).

    • Essential Facts About Budapest


      The official language of Hungary is Hungarian, spoken by about 95% of the population. The most widely known and used foreign languages are English and German.

      Time Difference

      Central European Time, GMT+1


      A passport valid for three months beyond the length of stay and issued within the past 10 years is required for entering the country (except EU citizens who can enter also with ID cards). American, Canadian and EU passport holders can stay in Hungary for up to 90 days without a visa.

      Hungary is a member of the European Union and Schengen Area, therefore if you have a valid Schengen visa you can use it to travel to Hungary as well.

      More information on entry for foreigners to Hungary may be found at the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Hungary:


      Although Hungary is part of the European Union, it does not use the Euro as its currency. The Hungarian currency is the Forint (Ft, HUF). Major credit cards (AmEx, Visa, MasterCard, Diners, and Cirrus) are accepted in most shops and businesses. 


      Hungary has a Value Added Tax (VAT) rate of 27%. Prices in Hungary are shown as inclusive of VAT. VAT is also applicable for tourism services such as accommodation, day tours, guides, ground transport (including coach, rail and cruise), translators and meals. Accommodation has an exceptional 18% VAT rate.


      In restaurants, a tip of 10% is normal, although some have started adding a service charge to the bill. Porters and staff at hotels can be offered a gratuity for good service, but it is purely discretionary. Taxi drivers can expect a tip and it is common practice to round the fare up or add a 10% charge.

      Business Hours

      Mondays to Fridays, 08:00 to 16:00 hours.
      Saturdays, some banks are open for business.

      Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:00 hours.
      Mondays to Saturdays, 07:00 to 21:00 hours, Nyugati Pályaudvar (VI. Teréz körút 61.) and Keleti Pályaudvar (VIII. Baross tér 11/c.) post offices only.
      Sundays, 10:00 to 17:00 hours, Keleti Pályaudvar (VIII. Baross tér 11/c.) post office only.

      Mondays to Fridays, 90:00 to 18:00 hours.
      Saturdays, 09:00 to 13:00 hours
      Mondays to Sundays, 10:00 to 21:00 hours (Shopping malls).

      Telephone Network

      Public phones require 10, 20, 50 or 100 Forint coins, or a pre-purchased phone card (sold at news-stands, supermarkets and post offices). Fax machines are available for tourists in main post offices and in many city hotels' Business Centers.

      Hungary country code: 36
      Budapest area code: 1 (+7-digit number)
      International pre-dial: 00 + country code + local number
      Domestic long distance pre-dial: 06 + area code + local number
      Cell-phone numbers are 9-digit, after dialing 06, the first two numbers depend on the telephone company: 20, 30 or 70.


      Immunisation is not a requirement for entering Hungary. Tourists are permitted to bring medication for personal use. Products containing narcotic substances can only enter with the special permission of the Ministry of Health and Welfare.  Medication prescribed abroad can be purchased in pharmacies at full market price.

      Emergency and ambulance services are free of charge in cases requiring immediate medical attention. All other medical treatment is regulated by international treaties.  Ambulance telephone no.: 104

      Budapest's pharmacies (Gyógyszertár in Hungarian) are well stocked and can provide medicaments for most common ailments. Each of the 23 districts has a 24/7 open pharmacy, a sign on the door of any pharmacy will help you locate the closest one.


      Electrical power in Hungary is 230 volts, AC 50Hz. Electrical plug is European plug with two circular metal pins.

      Public Holidays

      New Year’s Day (1 January), 1848 Revolution Memorial Day (15 March), Easter Monday, Labour Day (1 May), Whit Monday, State Foundation Memorial Day (20 August), 1956 Revolution Memorial Day (23 October), All Saints’ Day (1 November), Christmas Day & Boxing Day (25-26 December).