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The Petnehazy Club Hotel is located in the green area of Budapest, in the amazing 'Adyliget' - where silence meet the comfort - and they together make your stay perfect! The Petnehazy Club Hotel's natural style wood cottages are all equipped with a kitchen and kitchenettes, bathroom and...
stayed here because my friend had a timeshare trade. I felt like I was at summer camp again. the bathroom had someone else's hair in it when we check in. the bed sheets weren't very clean. we stayed in a cabin. there was alot of...More
Got a "deal" on hotel through RCI for Christmas week. Wasn't sure if I should have booked a hotel in central Pest before the trip and still not sure I shouldn't have. Got to hotel late on a Saturday night after grueling drive from Munich....More
We checked reviews before we booked and thought the place would be ideal. However we were not aware that the whole resort closed at 9pm.
We arrived at 9:30 to find we couldn't even buy a bottle of water because the bar and restaurant were...More
My wife, sister-in-law and myself stayed here from Sept. 8 to Sept. 15th. The cabin we were assigned was as advertised a "log cabin" type of 1 bedroom unit with a sleeper sofa, kitchennette and bath with sauna. The biggest "shock" that we had was...More
We booked our stay through the RCI extra holiday in December for the stay in January. The place was as they promised, one bedroom loghouse, with a sauna and wooden floors and a well equipped kitchen. What nobody took the trouble to tell us in...More
The bus/ train service is awesome and on time. The bus picks you up at the main road though. That’s a good 20 min walk from the hotel. You can get a 1-7 day pass at the first rail station with an automatic machine ( there’s... More
The bus/ train service is awesome and on time. The bus picks you up at the main road though. That’s a good 20 min walk from the hotel. You can get a 1-7 day pass at the first rail station with an automatic machine ( there’s an English option for instructions). We found it quite easy to take public transportation. The hotel will offer a bus service, but it’s costly and only has certain pick up times, which may be inconvenient.
The rooms are equipped with good heating till around 8 pm then for some reason they turn them off. There are blankets to sleep warm. The biggest complaint was the adjoining walls where everything could be heard.