Aria Hotel Budapest • Opened in March 2015
The Library Hotel Collection presents its most recent jewel, the luxurious Aria Hotel Budapest. The music inspired boutique hotel is a design hotel that offers a unique travel experience in the city centre of Budapest, combining luxury with generous amenities and guest-focused unpretentious service. The hotel’s theme blends the passion for music and beautiful architecture that Budapest is known for, paying homage to some of the world’s greatest artists and composers. The building has been meticulously designed to celebrate the exceptional architectural heritage of the palaces of Budapest. Each of the four wings is dedicated to one of four major music genres: Classical, Opera, Contemporary and Jazz. The 48 guestrooms and suites commemorating iconic artists and composers in the opera, classical, contemporary and jazz genres such as Maria Callas, Frank Sinatra, Mozart and Jimi Hendrix.
The unique High Note Skybar which is the only year-round rooftop garden terrace in Budapest gives a breath-taking view of the city. Along with the bar the elegant roof top restaurant is a perfect place for exclusive dinners. The terrace offers peaceful chilling cabanas where one can enjoy the sunset in a cosy, relaxing atmosphere. The two panorama terraces, which are upper level perches offering 360-degree views, are perfect for couples or small groups of up to 20 people. Other dining options for guests and locals include the street-level Stradivari restaurant with open-view kitchen, and Satchmo’s Bar and Lounge. Adjacent to the Music Garden Courtyard is Teatro Aria, a beautiful space featuring nightly entertainment curated by Aria’s Musical Director.
Located in the historic city center on the Pest side of the Danube River, Aria is situated next to the St. Stephen’s Basilica, and steps from a charming pedestrian plaza featuring shops, restaurants, cafes and musical entertainment. It is just five minutes to reach the Chain Bridge, the elegant tree-lined Andrássy Avenue and Budapest’s Opera House.