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Travel + Leisure Names World’s 50 Best Hotels – Budapest Has The 3rd Place

Travel + Leisure Names World’s 50 Best Hotels – Budapest Has The 3rd Place

According to time.com,  the magazine’s annual ranking includes more U.S. hotels than last year’s list . In the meantime, the article has the picture of  the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel of Budapest. 

Compiling a list of the world’s 50 best hotels is a difficult task. The amount of top quality hotels in the world today is enormous and seems to grow by leaps and bounds every year. For 19 years and counting,  readers of the famous T+L  have voted for their favorite hotels and resorts, evaluating them in categories like value, food, service, rooms, and location.

The winner is the  Triple Creek Ranch  of  Montana,  this  luxurious mountain retreat scored 97.44 points. Nayara Springs Hotelt of Costa Rica finished in the second place with its  97.00 points. Nayara Springs Hotelt got ahead of Four Seasons Hotel  with only 0.09 points, the Hungarian  hotel  scored  96.91.

Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest is centrally located  at  the end of the  renowned  Chain Bridge, with panoramic vistas of the Danube and the hills of Buda. Acclaimed as one of the finest examples of art nouveau architecture in central Europe, Gresham Palace features 19th-century stained-glass portraits and gold mosaic towers. Includes a beautiful inner courtyard and fantastic view of the Danube. Classic luxury at its finest!

„Once an apartment complex during Hungarian Communist rule, this 179-room hotel is now one of the Four Seasons’ grandest properties. The luxury brand gave new life to the 1906 Art Nouveau structure with a $125 million restoration, and ever since, the hotel lobby has wowed visitors with its stained-glass windows, mosaic tiles, and custom-made crystal chandelier. Opt for a Danube-facing room, and plan your visit during summer to check out the nearby Festival of Folk Arts at Buda Castle.”, time.com said.

You can check the full list HERE.

based on article of szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu
translated by GAnina

Photo: Daily News Hungary

Source: http://www.szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu/

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