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Very pleasant hotel with small but comfortable room. Room was clean with comfortable beds though quite cramped. Reception staff were very helpful. Breakfast and dinner were ok but service was very slow.
This was a good find in Budapest - a quiet, cheap hotel that was close to town without being in the mix of it all. The staff were very helpful and proficient in English. The breakfast was good, although there isn't much choice if you...More
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
US$39 - US$336 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.