Housed in an imposing five storey building dating from the 19th century, the Mercure Budapest Metropol is located in the Pest district of Budapest, within one kilometre of the River Danube and the Museum of Fine Arts. The 130 guestrooms are defined by light pastel decor, bright fabrics and contemporary furnishings. All are equipped with satellite television, direct dial phones, high speed wireless Internet connections, minibars and bathrooms with showers and bathrobes.
Guests can enjoy a selection of drinks and snacks in the contemporary Metro cafe. Multilingual staff at the 24 hour front desk can look after valuables in the safe deposit box, exchange currency and arrange laundry and dry cleaning services. Those with laptops can check their e mail or plan sightseeing itineraries via high speed wireless Internet access, and complimentary newspapers are available in the lobby. The hotel houses two meeting rooms with a maximum capacity of 70 people, and a range of business services, including a fax machine and copying and print facilities, are available on site. Motorists will find parking available on site (surcharge). The Hungarian Natural History Museum and the Parliament Building are both 900 metres from the hotel. During fine weather, visitors can enjoy a stroll through the City Wood, which is also 900 metres away. Blaha Lujza ter underground station is 150 metres away. Budapest Ferihegy Airport is 20 kilometres from the hotel, with an approximate driving time of 40 minutes. Fees:
A city tax of 3 per cent of the booking rate is applied to all bookings. This charge is not included in the rates and is payable at check in.
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An airport bus links the city centre's Erzsebet Square bus station with the airport every 30 minutes. An airport minibus service is also available, running to any address in Budapest. A pre pay local bus, number 93, runs from the airport to the underground metro terminus Kobanya Kispest, although passengers may wish to alight at Deak ter, where the three underground lines meet. Taxis are available from the airport at the taxi stand, but their fares can be unregulated; passengers should negotiate a fare before leaving the airport. Budapest has an inexpensive and efficient public transport system, with easy links between the metro, HEV trains, buses, trams and trolleybuses. Tickets can be bought from metro stations, kiosks and newsstands.
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