Conference venue - Budapest (December) 

Conferences IAC-MEBM, IAC-GETL and IAC-ETITAI in Budapest 2024


Hotel - Novotel Budapest Danube

Address: Bem Rakpart 33-34, 1027 Budapest, HUNGARY

GPS: N 47° 30' 30.70'' E 19° 2' 20.89'' ‎

Web: http://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-6151-novotel-budapest-danube/index.shtml

Novotel Budapest Danube is a perfect hotel for holiday or short break in Budapest. This 4-star hotel on the Buda side, between Margaret and Chain Bridge, overlooks the Danube and the Parliament. Walk 10 minutes to the stunning World Heritage Buda Castle or to the famous shopping and pedestrian street. Enjoy the hotel restaurant and bar or unwind in our gym and sauna. Free Internet access (ADSL, Wi-Fi) throughout the hotel. Hotel is fully accessible for guests with limited mobility. Onsite parking.

Novotel Budapest Danube as the newest riverside hotel located in city centre is the best starting point to discover Budapest and Parliament. Above all, our friendly team pays special attention to you to make your stay unique and unforgettable.

Rates for the hotel Novotel Budapest Danube:

30 November - 2 December 2024

Superior single room              EUR 109,-/room

Superior double room             EUR 119,-/room

Buffet breakfast, WIFI and WLAN, Fitness, sauna

The room rates include VAT (18%) and city tax (1,2EUR/pax/night)

Booking (special price for conference participants) - the deadline is 5 November, 2024,

Reservation through the form - Booking Form - Novotel (in Download tab - will be added)





Budapest - a historic gem of Europe - is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is also political, economic and cultural center of the Hungary. Textbooks architecture with its wealth of monuments, a city full of music, romance and nostalgia is mainly a modern city full of life! The UNESCO World Heritage Committee has listed the view of the Danube embankments and the Buda Castle District - which is one of the most beautiful and romantic parts of the city of Budapest - as a World Heritage site on the 11th of December, 1987. The latter is an ancient town district, giving home to some of the most important historical monuments in Hungary.

Interesting links: http://www.budapest.com/


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