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I have stayed in the Bara hotel during 3 nights in a 3 bedded room.
My room was on a fifth floor, that is, penthouse. There is very very small elevator that reaches only 4th floor, so if you have some big luggage, be aware...More
Hotel Bara wasnt that bad. Definetely didnt have all the bad experience i was reading from other people. The room was clean and the bathroom also. The towels were clean too. Also it was a quiet place with friendly staff. The elevator was such a...More
We were spending a weekend on Budapest, but we have only booked the room just a day before our arrival, but it wasn't a problem. The location is good, but the prices are a bit high for what you get. However, the breakfst was good,...More
Few days ago we stayed for just one night. The worst night I ever spent in a hotel.
The bathroom (with a shower) was terrible, the stuff from reception not helpful and the breakfast...even to a McDonalds you are eating more decent.
Never to come...More
This is absolutely the worst hotel I've ever stayed in. Period. No service to speak of, non friendly staff. We had to switch rooms after the first night due to the beds being so horribly uncomfortable. I would have been better off sleeping on the...More
US$31 - US$114 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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