This small / midsize hotel is very well located for maximum sightseeing during a quick visit to Budapest.One block to the Danube and many outdoor eateries or a few feet to the main shopping street. Easy walking distance to most major attractions.
The hotel and its rooms feature French décor which added a touch of home to our travels.
Hotel staff were very helpful, especially pre arrival, enquiring on any needs we might have. They also provided an emergency life line in exchanging Euros to Forints to settle our incoming taxi.
I am very satisfied with my stay and I would definitely recommend this one. If you look at it from a 4 stars prospective I would say its at the top ceiling. The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was spacious (for a 4 stars hotel) and clean. Its located near to many attractions and very close to downtown (walking distance if you like walking).
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This hotel is close to the shopping and restaurants in Vaci Utca. It was a block away from the metro, very convenient coming from the airport. It was walking distance to most tourist sites. The room was a little outdated, and the TV and lights sometime didn't turn on (we just had to give it a minute and flick it back on), very minor details. Staff was very friendly.
On the eastern side of the Danube, Pest is Buda’s flatter, edgier cousin. Tree-lined Andrassy Avenue was originally designed as Budapest’s answer to the Champs-Elysees. Heroes’ Square lies at the eastern end of Andrassy Avenue and is home to the impressive Millennium Monument. Hungarian gifts, food, and souvenirs can be found in Pest’s multi-storey Great Market Hall, the largest in Budapest.