We stayed here for 3 days, two days before a two day trip to Vienna, then back again for another dayfor a flight home to Edinburgh. We stayed on floor the first floor and the ninth floor.
The only small gripe I had was that the room was rather cramped especially the bathroom for a big guy. But hey, it was clean, the Hotel was welcoming and we never plan to stay in any hotel for long when we are on a visit. Funnilly enough the room we had in the ibis Wien Hauptbahnhof was bigger though I think the hotel is not as old.
The staff are great and were great for giving tips for using the public transport, which is brilliant, around Budapest.
The area around Kalvin Square is great with lots of Cafes and Restaurants. We never ate breakfast in the Hotel preferring to use out door Cafes in the warm sunshine.
Do not get a taxi to the Hotel, get the 100E bus from outside the airport coststing 900 forints or for over 65's free, yes, free as is all public transport with an EU passport.
Saves you about £27. After brexit ?????
The bus stops at Kalvin Square cross the road next to the Metro, turn to the left, street called Raday, and about 100 yards on the left. Only stops there and further along at Astoria.
The Metro is great for getting around.More
- Free Wifi
- Room Service