Very good. Staff were helpful and considerate. I asked for a room change to a quieter part of the building (traffic noise being a not very serious problem, but I prefer quiet) and was given a much quieter room facing the inner courtyard. Rooms are clean, with TV, kettle and fridge.
Traveller from London
Located in Budapest City Centre, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Claustrophilia, Hungarian National Museum, and Hungarian …More
We couldn't ask for any more. The staff were lovely and helpful (they let us check in early at no extra cost), everywhere was clean and tidy and it's in a great location. Within walking distance to pretty much everything.
Located in Budapest City Centre, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Corvin Plaza and Hungarian National Museum …More
This was our second stay. Staff even made sure we had same room as before. Love the location. Close to transportation, shopping, restaurants, even the English speaking Catholic Church. Will stay again our next trip to Budapest.
Traveller from Indiana
Located in Budapest City Centre, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of TRAP Team Race Against Puzzles and Hungarian …More
Hotel is in the less privileged side of town and is a 35 minute walk from the centre where the main tourist streets are located. Trams run outside the hotel. We used a taxi once which cost £12.00 from the centre to the hotel. We stayed in room 409 which had a corner bath in the main bedroom and additionally a bathroom with shower, basin, toilet. The room was spacious, clean and had matching furniture. The TV was very small. There were no coffee or tea making facilities in the room which would have been nice for a morning cuppa in bed. The room does come equipped with a mini bar of drinks and snacks. Room service is daily and if you put your towels on the floor they will be changed daily. There is a phone in the room and the hotel will do free of charge wake up calls and order taxis too. The breakfast experience is awful, and staff preferred to be in the kitchen behind the swinging doors out of the way and on their mobile phones whilst tables were full of plates with literally no clean area to sit so people were moving into the lounge area by the bar which makes spills difficult to clean from material sofas. The breakfast area ran out of big plates so people used side plates and we had to ask for 2 cups. The juice is watered down. Such a shame as with more staff effort it could be better. The hotel has a bar that is open into the night and with comfy seating. Reception has very helpful staff and is open 24/7. Room views of street. Good windows prevent noise pollution.
Traveller from UK
Located in Budapest City Centre, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Erkel Theatre, Hungarian National Museum, and Arena …More
Jozsefvaros is a predominantly residential area which grew as an inner suburb of Budapest in the 18th and 19th centuries, and retains much of its fine old architecture. Home to several university buildings, plus the National Museum and the Natural History Museum, it has a lively student scene, with plenty of fashionable cafes and bistros, and is currently undergoing rapid gentrification. Every May, the National Museum holds a weekend festival featuring live performances, short film screenings, and folk art displays.