Budapest - Danubius Health Spa Resort Helia   -  Hungary

Budapest - Danubius Health Spa Resort Helia 
Open: All year
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Situated on the banks of the River Danube on the Pest side of the City and overlooking Margaret Island and Buda Hills, Helia assures a comfortable stay with an unforgettable impression of Budapest.

The refined atmosphere together with the excellence of its services and first class wellness facilities, make a stay at the hotel a memorable experience.

The hotel has a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic facilities in its in-house ultra modern unit, under the supervision of highly qualified, multilingual physicians.

Prices are based on half board accommodation in twin or double rooms with bath, individually controlled air-conditioning, direct dial telephone, radio, mini-bar, satellite TV, and fabulous views of the Danube.


Guest Facilities

* 262 Rooms
* 4 Suites with private sauna
* 4 Suites with private bar
* 5 Rooms specially adapted for the handicapped
* Restaurant Jupiter with Hungarian & international cuisine ( buffet style ) with live music in the evening
* Coffee shop
* Pool-side bar
* Room service
* Drug store
* Helia beauty salon, hairdresser and barber
* Business centre
* Souvenir shops
* Dental clinic
* Massage
* Solarium

Danubius Premier Fitness Club

* Indoor swimming pool
* Thermal baths
* Tennis courts
* Fitness room
* Fitness tests
* Steam bath
* Sun terrace
* Jacuzzi
* Aerobics

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Passport/Visa A valid passport is required but British passport holders do not require a visa. All other passport holders should check with the Hungarian Embassy. Tel: 0891 171204
Climate Hungary has a continental climate. In summer it is hotter than the European average and in winter colder. The average temperatures range from 21C in June to below zero in January.
Health No inoculations required unless arriving from an infected area.
Time GMT+1 hr (GMT+2 in summer)
Electricity 220v AC, 50Hz 2 pin plug
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