Located opposite the Chain Bridge and River Danube, The Four Seasons Gresham Palace is situated within easy walking distance from the central shopping district, bus and train station, as well as the city center. This property offers elegantly furnished units that are equipped to the highest standard in order to satisfy the requirements of the most demanding business and leisure travelers. Healthy appetites are satisfied at the onsite restaurant; serving delicious dishes while your favourite drink being prepared at Gresham Cafe or at the cocktail bar. Health conscious guests can make use of the well-equipped gymnasium, which is perfect for an energetic workout. After a tiring day, take a bracing dip in the swimming pool or relax in the sauna.
These art deco-style rooms offer a sizeable work area with two-line telephones, a built-in safe and high-speed Internet access. From rooms on the first to fifth floors, take in views of the Hotel’s beautiful courtyard or Zrinyi or Mérleg streets. Marble bathrooms include a deep soaking tub, separate glass-walled shower and large vanity. Most offer the WC in a separate alcove with a third telephone.
Danube River-View Rooms offer residential comfort and business ease while boasting superb views of the Danube, the Chain Bridge, the Buda Hills, the Royal Castle and the Fisherman's Bastion. Some of these rooms also feature a step-out balcony. The rooms provide guests with 33 – 42 square meters of luxury. Original architectural details, including vaulted ceilings, merge effortlessly with modern-day convenience reflect all the beauty of the Art Nouveau period. Marble bathrooms include a deep soaking tub, separate glass-walled shower and large vanity. Most offer the WC in a separate alcove with a third telephone.
Adjacent to the magnificent Hotel lobby, Gresham Kávéház Restaurant is modeled on a café long frequented by Budapest’s intelligentsia from the nearby Hungarian Academy of Sciences. It features contemporary fare – appetizers, soups, sandwiches and a wide selection of mouth-watering pastries. In keeping with the city’s coffeehouse tradition, a range of coffees is served, along with scrumptious afternoon teas. The quietly inviting and stylishly romantic atmosphere is enhanced by the tunes of the 1900s, played by a jazz trio during dinner (Thursday to Saturday). The Bar spills into the Hotel’s historic Páva Udvar (Peacock Passage), beneath its magnificent glass cupola. Light appetizers and refreshments are served, including a sophisticated selection of martinis.
Occupying the entire top floor of the Hotel, the Health Club combines the best of Europe's elegant spa tradition with a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment. Facilities include an exercise room, a unisex sauna, separate steam rooms for men and women, an infinity-edge lap pool, cardiovascular machines and free weights. Certified trainers are on hand to help guests get the most out of their workout.