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We stayed here for a night as we passed through Budapest during our road trip and found it serviceable. A few things are worth mentioning:
+: it's pretty cheap and the man at the front desk was very nice and amiable
-: our room had...More
We spent 3 nights at this hotel in AUgust 2015. The hotel is not centrally located, you have to walk about 30 - 40 min or take a bus to get closer to the center of town. Nevertheless, the rooms were big, the staff wonderful,...More
David and george are excellent hosts. The rooms are equipped with everything that you need. The wifi is strong, the location is close to center. This is my second time here and i will definetelly return
Spent a lovely week 2 days here in March, staff were friendly rooms had that quality old style. Price adequate to quality. Possibility to check in around the clock. Free valet parking and a large safe, locked at night. Breakfast is modest but without limitation....More
My experience at the hotel was surprisingly positive. My bedroom was bigger and more furnished than I expected, the toilet was very good, breakfast simple but satisfatory. Unfortunately, there is no lift.
The hotel is close to 2 bus and tramway stations, but the street...More
If you want to treat your camera to some amazing scenery, Gellért Hill is a must on your itinerary. A funicular journey from the Chain Bridge along the hillsides provides a fast connection between Buda and Pest, hoisting visitors to panoramic vistas. Once on top of the hill, you’ll find the Citadel dominate the landscape with its imposing 19th century construction, a site that’s hard to keep your eyes on without being
distracted by the phenomenal view over the Danube and the eight bridges crossing. Once on Gellért Hill however, one mustn’t miss the famous Gellért Baths. Budapest is renown for its thermal waters and its baths, and the Gellért Baths are housed in an impressive art nouveau structure. Its interior design, with its many mosaics, recalls the preceding relationships the city has had with healing springs and saunas, traditionally used within this neighborhood since the Ottoman Empire.