Lonely Planet review
This supremely central hotel in a baroque townhouse has all the added extras of a top-of-the-line establishment, but lacks a bit of warmth.
Opened in 1997, Szent János is an inconspicuous little place, blending in with the other baroque houses on the buzzing, commercial Szent János street. The 1st-floor reception is a pleasant, plain area and the staff are very friendly. The rooms are painted in calming coffee- and caramel-brown colours, with bow tie-shaped towels decorating the beds. There is a conservatory area, decked out with comfy chairs and lots of newspapers and magazines, where you can enjoy a morning/afternoon coffee, read and relax. The hotel could do with some views though, to improve its value.