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I stayed in this friendly hotel for a few days. This is not my first stay at this hotel and always get great price and affordable accommodation. This is not a high class 5 star hotel don't be mistaking. BUT it is a Hotel where...More
No AC ,strict NO during summer, lot of noise during nights . Distance between reception
to room very much..Breakfast is OK. No room service for 3 days of the stay. Beds not comfortable.
Location of hotel is great.
Our stay at this hotel was very pleasant. The rooms were simple, but more than enough to refresh yourself, since you would be in Budapest to sightsee, not stay in the hotel.
The staff is very helpful. Fluent in English.
Breakfast is ok. Normal. You...More
Really nice hotel.
+ Rooms are big and clean.
+ you can arrive quickly in the center of Budapest.
+ You can have almost everything you want at breakfast.
- the internet is quite bad
Totally worth the money. I recommand it.
We lodged at Hotel Bara two days and it was the worst!!! Rooms aren't as photes and not clean. Breakfast was too poor. Just cheese, ham, corn flakes. Bread was stale. Receptionist were rude about problems. They didn't accept their mistake..
USD 30 - USD 108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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