The K&K is a nice, professionally run hotel in one of the loveliest parts of Budapest. The staff is very accommodating. They have an ample breakfast buffet filled with hot and cold selections of all sorts - really very good. Like most hotels in this category, they also have a bar area where you can get a drink, a snack, or both. We stayed three nights, and found the room very clean, and well maintained every day. There is a safe in the room - something I value highly. What surprised me, and would have put me out on a business trip (this was a family vacation), is that there are no drawers in the desk or the side tables. I had to have all my "stuff" all over the place. Maybe that is no big thing - it just seemed strange to me.
Traveller from Long Island, New York
Built in the 1990s, this marble-floored hotel sits on a residential street behind Andrassy Ut, one of Budapest's main …More
So I want to start this off by saying that the staff was great, even letting us checkin early after an awful night train experience. However, do not expect to be staying in a Thai hotel. We received one of there "bourgeoisie Hungarian style" rooms. Whic felt like a room that had not been renovated. Ironically, the entire building is being renovated and the entrance and stairs were filthy and full of debris. For the price I would return, it was a good location, but I was disappointed based on the pictures advertised online; very deceiving.
Located in Andrassy, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Andrassy Avenue and Hungarian State Opera House. St. Stephen's …More
Great apartment. Stayed with a friend and it was a perfect size for us (actually quite big). The room has a double bed but staff offered to come and make up the sofa bed for us. The lady on reception was very friendly and very helpful, giving good advice of things to see and helping to call a taxi on our return to the airport. Great location - within walking distance of major places of interest (we walked everywhere so no need for metro/travel card). Particularly close to the Basilica and Opera House. Apartment was well furnished. We didn't use the kitchen but there was plenty of room and facilities for cooking. A little bit of evening noise from nearby but no problem sleeping. Plenty of places nearby for food (although I understand the downstairs bar may be doing breakfasts soon?). Highly recommend for a well-placed and very affordable stay.
Traveller from Shropshire, UK
Located in Andrassy, this aparthotel is steps from Budapest Operetta Theatre and Hungarian State Opera House. St. Stephen's …More
The rooms are dated but it is a good base for a city break. It is a 5 minute walk from Heroes Square & City Park. At Heroes Square you can catch the metro which takes 15 mins to the Danube. Breakfast was no good but there are shops/ spar supermarket a 2 minute walk from hotel. Staff were pleasant too.
Traveller from Buckinghamshire, England
Located in Andrassy, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Timewheel and Heroes' Square. Vajdahunyad Castle and Hungarian …More
Booked a cheap getaway as we wouldn't be in the room much, so it was a massive suprise to see how luxurious the rooms were. The kitchen and living room was very modern and funky. The bathroom looked superb and the shower is temptress! Once you are in you don't want to get out. The bedrooms look lovely but it was my only downfall the matresses being so thin it takes a while to get comfy. As for location its a 20min walk to the inner city but on that walk you will pass some lovely shops and see some fantastic buildings it truely is a brilliant travel if you have the legs. Lastly the staff speak perfect english and are very accomodating and polite. Was a wonderful stay. Massive thumbs up!
Located in Andrassy, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Oktogon and Hungarian State Opera House. St. Stephen's …More
Pocket Guide: Budapest City Centre Terezvaros Hotels
Terezvaros is one of Budapest’s most central districts. Nagymezo utca, the city’s version of Broadway, is lined with cafes, wine bars, and theatres, including the Municipal Operetta Theatre. The oldest metro line in continental Europe runs below ground in this district. Originally constructed in 1896 and revamped to celebrate its 100th anniversary, the line is still in use today.