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I spend with my friend only 2 nights there, but it was the best hotel I have ever visited! We booked it on otel.com and it was so cheap! So we didnot expect so pretty room with great design but we were wrong. Everything was...More
Thank Kristyna Z
Response from Daniel-Gerhat, Front Desk Supervisor at Royal Park Boutique HotelResponded 8 September 2016
Dear "Kristyna Z",
Thank you for sharing your fantastic comment on Tripadvisor. It was my pleasure to read how much you have enjoyed your stay at Royal Park Boutique Hotel.
Your kind words regarding the room design and breakfast are highly appreciated. I was also...More
We came to Budapest and this particular hotel for the second time now.
The location is great, just about 5 minutes from the Keleti trainstation and the metro, so you can explore the city from there.
Yet, the streets are rather loud due to the...More
Response from Daniel-Gerhat, Front Desk Supervisor at Royal Park Boutique HotelResponded 26 August 2016
It was my pleasure to read how much you have enjoyed your second stay at Royal Park Boutique Hotel.
It also made me proud that you highlighted the good location and you were satisfied with your room and breakfast. It is always a...More
I stayed in this hotel last week and it is very close to Metro station. I would strongly recommend to get metro pass, which can be used on any public transport. The staff were very helpful especially Eniko & Sabina. They were very polite and...More
Thank Nirav G
Response from Daniel-Gerhat, Front Desk Supervisor at Royal Park Boutique HotelResponded 25 August 2016
Dear "Nirav G",
Let me thank you for taking the time and sharing your valuable feedback on Tripadvisor of your recent stay.
It made me personally proud that you highlighted even two employees of our front desk staff. The ladies were really grateful and as...More
A modern built hotel in a bit of a run down area. We used 6th floor room which was relatively quite and clean, however room beginning to show signs of wear. Staff excellent and breakfast buffet good (no evening meal). What put me off was...More
USD 49 - USD 771 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#74 Luxury Hotel in Budapest
#80 Romantic Hotel in Budapest
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District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.
Roughly a 20-25 min ride away but get an airport taxi when you come out of the terminal they will then give you the price it will cost not just a guess. It also tells you the number plate of the taxi you are waiting for... More
Roughly a 20-25 min ride away but get an airport taxi when you come out of the terminal they will then give you the price it will cost not just a guess. It also tells you the number plate of the taxi you are waiting for, hand over the piece of paper and away you go.
You can access you account very easily at any ATM in Budapest depending on the fees yoyr bank charges you to use ATM's when you are travelling it maybe benifical to just use a bank machine in Budapest as generally you get a... More
You can access you account very easily at any ATM in Budapest depending on the fees yoyr bank charges you to use ATM's when you are travelling it maybe benifical to just use a bank machine in Budapest as generally you get a better rate. If you bank charges you a high fee to use an ATM out of country you will be better off getting them before you go. 1 pound equals about 350HUF and you can get a pint or a nice glass of wine for about 600-800HUF depending on where you are in the city.