The Ritz-Carlton Budapest, located a few steps away from the Elizabeth Square, awaits visitors with 170 rooms, 30 suites and a fancy spa on the 8th floor, under glass ceiling. The building, originally named the Adria Palace, was built a hundred years ago, and it used to be home to an Italian insurance company’s lavish offices and 14 luxurious apartments. The building today is protected as a historical site. The interior is the perfect combination of classic elegance and 21st century modern design. The hotel is also home to the Deák St. Kitchen restaurant that opened in April, 2016, offering international dishes and an alluring cocktail selection.