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I was definetly disappointed from this hostel. It's basically a student hostel. The people in the reception are nice and helpful, that was the only poistive point. Our room was a twin bed room, it has a fridge and a private shower inside. The room...More
I've been traveling for over 3 months now staying in different hostels & this is by far the worst I've stayed in. The staff are rude when asking them questions, they have no towels or soap to use in the bathrooms. The rooms are filthy....More
I've stayed in many hostels and I'm usually easy to please but I can't recommend this hostel to anyone.
It is by far the dirtiest hostel I've ever been. The common toilets were filthy; garbage everywhere and no hand soap. Can't tell when was the...More
This is my first time in Budapest, and this hostel is very nice and warm place to stay. The reception guys was really awesome, they helped me with city map and tourists things. My room was very clean and everything was fine!
When we arrived in Budapest it took a long time to actually get to the hotel, the walk from the metro station was 20 minutes up hill in a badly lit area. Upon arrival we waited a very long time to check in to the...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.