One of the city's first true luxury hotels, the Kempinski underwent a major lobby renovation in 2013 and looks better than ever. The rooms offer nothing but comfort, with thick mattresses, duvets, and pillows. Rooms are done in a tasteful neo-art-deco style; the baths are decked out in marble. The rooms with the best views are those overlooking Erzsebet tér, a well-kept park that's popular with skaters. An Asian-accented spa, which also has a nice city view, has steam baths, saunas, a Kniepp pool, a well-equipped fitness room, an ice fountain, and a cafe. The hotel has recently increased focus on its culinary side: in addition to having two fantastic restaurants, És Bistro and Nobu, it also has a chill lounge that serves pastries, coffee, and drinks. The Blue Fox Bar pours innovative cocktails, serves a menu of burgers, including one with foie gras, and has a "music sommelier" who entertains a few times weekly. With so many dining options and amenities it may be hard to leave the hotel, but since it is centrally located at Deák tér, it's easy to get to most points in the city from here.