My girlfriend and I had a lovely stay here, and experienced nothing but excellent service from very friendly staff.
The only downsides were with the setup of the room - the double bed wasn't a true double, just two single beds joined together, and the bathroom door doesn't provide much privacy!
Known for its friendly and gracious service, this boutique hotel is on the Pest side of Budapest, in the historical Palace …More
Great location near the metro and the central train station.The room was big and it was cleaned every day.There was free breakfast but the options of the buffet were not many but still good.The only negative is the view of our room.The staff was excellent.
Traveller from Athens,Greece
Located in Jozsefvaros, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Miksa Roth Memorial House and Arena Plaza Shopping Mall …More
My daughter age 19 years old, and I stayed a week and we found the room clean and nice balcony. Air conditioning was very needed. The staff are a bit hit and miss, some of the front of house reception are quite rude occassionally, and the consierge failed to order our taxi at 8 am we needed for an appointment. all in all, good value for money, and the beautyparlour and treatments are good value. I would recommend staying again, however I would maybe upgrade to a superior room next time as the twins are a bit small ish. Also the restaurant staff very helpful and generally quite nice.
Traveller from london
Located in Jozsefvaros, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of SYMA Sport and Event Centre and Arena Plaza Shopping Mall …More
Great hotel. Very helpful and friendly staff. Spacious room. Adequate buffet. And good location, two bus stops away from the Elizabet Bridge and 5 minute walk from Keleti Station. All major attractions of the city are within about 1/2 hour walk from the hotel. Will stay here again.
This hotel is close to the International Eastern Railway Station and The Central Avenue of Budapest. Ferenc Liszt Square and …More
This hotel is in a fairly good location situated about a 10 minute walk from central Budapest. Our standard room was very clean and the staff were helpful and friendly. The spa was also clean and relaxing.
Our bathroom did have a slight smell of sewage however coming through the drains and we found the hotel a little quieg for our liking - the hotel bar was not particularly atmospheric.
Traveller from england
Located in Jozsefvaros, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Italian Institute and Hungarian National Museum. Hungarian …More
The title really tells everything.
We contacted the hotel prior to our arrival with a bunch of questions.
We got answer thru mail and fb.
They had our room and upgrade ready long before check-in time.
All the people we met at the hotel made all efforts to make us fill at home.
We are planning on going back there.
The hotel is located near metro/tram public transportation and got a shopping center near by and a 24/7 super market just around the corner.
Traveller from Israel.
This family-friendly Budapest hotel is located in a shopping district, within a 10-minute walk of Corvin Plaza and Museum of …More
This hotel was perfectly located for metro, bus and tram lines. 24 hr staff at reception who were all very friendly and helpful. Special thank you to Zoltan who was most helpful regarding bus tours, tickets etc.The hotel has a kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, plates etc. and a free hot drinks machine. I made use of the Aldi, about 400 yards away, to make up a packed lunch to take out with me. Room was clean and well equipped with a great shower. Would recommend to anyone who wants a convenient, clean hotel on a budget but without that cheap feel!
Located in Jozsefvaros, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Claustrophilia, Arena Plaza Shopping Mall, and Hungarian National …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.