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We liked this cozy little hotel! The staff was friendly, there is a nice backyard to have breakfast at or hang out at during the day. There's also a pool and free Wifi in the rooms, everything we needed. We stayed there 2 times, in...More
A no frills hotel at a good price
Staff helpful but English is not the 2nd language.
Rooms are clean but basic.
Pool is small but my advise in summer is go for a smaller room with air con and a balcony
It not suitable...More
The hotel is on the Buda side of the river and a short walk uphill from the tram stop. Facilities were good - the room was clean and air conditioned. Breakfast was ok but probably could be improved! There was a small pool in the...More
Clean and bright. Up a hill. Breakfast average. Quite a good price. You can only pay in HUF though. Pool looked nice but shadey, good in hot weather fairly small. Little garden area with seats. Staff friendly.
Last month I travelled to Budapest with 5 students and that hotel was all we needed. Clean and big rooms, WiFi and a backyard with a small pool to relax. Breakfast is quite good and the staff is very friendly (students were late for breakfast...More
USD 40 - USD 313 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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So it seems there are balconies facing the pool area. Are there balconies in the front facing the street and is it a good view? From google maps looks like there isn't much of a view from the front because of the building in front. Also, my Girlfriend and I plan on walking everywhere but reviewers have been complaining about the hike up to the Hotel. Is it really that bad and hilly?
7 April 2016|
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Response from Brendan G | Reviewed this property |
If you are looking for views, I would not pay the extra for a balcony. The walk was a little difficult for me ( 66 yrs ) , one stop on the way up. For a younger person there should be no real difficulty.
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"Pay some extra to get the room with view of the Parliament."