Let me start off to say this is a great place if you have a cabin and good walking feet. The main building which had adjoining rooms can be noisy due to very little insulation between rooms allowing you to hear your neighbors conversations. The room floor by the window,was delaminating. The appearance definitely could use some updates. Our refrigerator had a plethora of screws rather than a handle. No hot water kettle made for longer times on the two burner cooktop for tea or coffee. The heaters shut off at 8pm so in our case when the maid left our balcony door open all day, made for a 40 degree night. It’s location is in the hills but an 800 meter walk ( partially in total darkness) will get you to the bus stop. Taking the 63 bus to the tram 61 will get you to the Buda side and the M2 to the Pest side.
The excursions that the resort offers were in our case not recommended. The driver was aggressive in driving, crammed 4 of us in a car ( not the van advertised) and we all had neck aches. He offered no interaction just his well rehearsed dictation.
The crown jewel of this place is Suzanne who really acclimated us to the city and public transportation. Stunning and very informative.More
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