Equipped with 219 comfortable rooms, the hotel also features a gym and lobby bar, so visitors can relax after a long day exploring the Hungarian capital. The rooms are decorated in the brand's recently updated design.

Vibrant colors and modern artwork draw attention to the hotel's communal spaces, which offer the opportunity for daytime work or meetings, or an evening of relaxation, including an event space, on-site parking, and electric car charging for guests.

Guests can start the day with a hot breakfast including the brand's ever-popular waffles, which is always included in the room rate, as is free wi-fi.

Budapest's landmarks including St. Stephen's Basilica, the Parliament, and the Hungarian State Opera House are less than a 10-minute walk from the hotel, while foodies can indulge in culinary delights and local delicacies at the many restaurants within walking distance. The famous luxury shopping area, Andrássy út and the Westend shopping centrr are also just minutes away. The hotel is also close to a number of public transport options, including the Arany János utca metro station, which is a two-minute walk away, and the Danube bank is also just a short walk from the hotel.

"We are proud to present the Hampton by Hilton Budapest City Center, where the Hampton spirit comes alive. Our team is passionate about personalized and friendly service, ensuring that all our guests have a truly unforgettable experience. As we open our doors, we extend a heartfelt invitation to everyone to take advantage of this exceptional opportunity to discover Hungary's famous capital city," said Anita Siklósi, general manager of the hotel.

"Budapest is a capital city with a rich history and culture and is the perfect location for the first Hampton by Hilton in Hungary," added Pauline Wilson, VP, EMEA-focused service operations, Hilton. "As a popular accommodation choice for our guests worldwide, we are delighted to introduce Hampton by Hilton Budapest City Centre, which brings the brand's signature services and the most amenities in its classification to Hungary."