If you’re looking for a small hotel in Budapest, look no further than Deniz Pension.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Shoes on the Danube Bank (1.3 mi) and Széchenyi Chain Bridge (1.3 mi), guests of Deniz Pension can easily experience some of Budapest's most well known attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Deniz Pension offers guests free wifi.
The small hotel features baggage storage.
If you like Mexican restaurants, Deniz Pension is conveniently located near Papitos, Ellato Kert, and Gringos Amigos Anker.
Budapest is also known for some great historic sites, including Széchenyi Baths and Pool, Gellert Spa, and Fisherman's Bastion, which are not too far from Deniz Pension.
The staff at Deniz Pension looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Dirtiest place ever, stains everywhere. I asked to change the bed sheets two times, the first one I received a bed cover shorter than the bed size, the second one I received only another bed cover but folded. The bed sheets were the same, filthy, bed sheets of the first day. I used my shirt to cover the pillow in order to preserve my health. Only point in favor is the location, near to Jewish district and the ruin pubs. Other than that, a location to avoid like a plague.
I recommend this place. It has everything you need when you're a tourist looking to save money and avoid staying at hotels. We visited in January, in other words - in the middle of the winter and the room temperature was good, it was always warm enough. The sheets were clean, the bathroom was clean too, the place looked relatively new. It has a TV, its location is good and there're lots of bars and pubs nearby and the metro station is not far away either. All I needed was a hot shower, a warm room, clean sheets and a comfortable bed and this is what we got for an acceptable price.
Very affordable and close to the center! After a very disappointing visit to Gellért Spa we were so happy to come back to a clean and nice place! No traffic noise in our room but unfortunately the doors were very thin so when other guests were waking up and started walking around the hostel, it was disturbing.
I lost my passport during my trip to Budapest, and hungarian speaking staff was very helpfull with the situation. They called most of the places it might have been lost, and also the police station and even embassy! Luckily i found my passport from gellert spa by my own. Rooms were nice and tidy, and the location was great, right behind New York Palace. This is a good place to stay!
I decided to go to Budapest. I have not been here and I thought I could see Vienna, too, the distance between the two cities being small. I stayed at the Deniz pension, located ultra-centrally, the fact that Romanian is spoken at this hostel was decisive in its choice. The property has 9 guest rooms and 14 hostel rooms with separate entrances. Room 3 was ideal, quiet, clean, equipped with tv, air conditioning, bathroom, bathing goods in 5 days, the towels were changed twice, daily cleaning. Breakfast satisfactory, consisting of boiled egg, salami, cascava, jam, butter, tomatoes, bell pepper, cucumber, tea, and coffee (good coffee). The central location at 10 min. by Kelety Station, at 15 min. the synagogue and the Danube (20 mins to the Parliament.) I ate at the Istanbul Restaurant at the recommendation of the hostel's patron, and it was a good choice, wide and varied food, affordable prices Nearby many bars, cafes, food shops, one even non-stop, souvenir, etc. I did not use the means of transport than from and to the airport 100 E bus, which takes about 40 min to the airport, and it runs 30 min. In my day, after I plan to go to Vienna by bus about 20 euro / person round trip came the property accompanied by a couple coming from Cluj, (colleagues with her daughter at "ambulance" Cluj) with their request to co-operate with them at our "exit" to Vienna.Afland as they are coming by car, I suggested that it's more convenient to go with the car and share the expenses. So in 27 at 8:30 we started on the road and it was an inspired choice. If you are with your own car, you no longer depend on public transport. In Vienna I found a parking lot at Opera, 3 hours 9 euros, I visited the "Dome", then after a coffee and a beer I went to the Schönbrunn Palace. I parked and after paying for a "parking" for 3 hours 4 euros I visited as far as I could (the weather was frightened) the gardens of the palace ... Vienna did not give me the "back" .. it's more beautiful Budapest probably due to the Danube that crosses it ... It is worth visiting Budapest. People on the street or in the shops, they are kind, I did not feel the rejection when they heard they were diving Romania...…