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All reviewstrain stationnice hotelspar shopmini barcity centrehomeless peoplesuperior roomno tea coffee making facilitiespublic transportflat screen tvhop on hop off buswould stay here againshort breakminute walkgreat showerbuffet styledouble bed
The hotel is just across Keleti Rail Junction and in case you are arriving at this station, this is a perfect place. Decent rooms and pretty good Break Fast.
The service is extremely good at the Front Desk and they are always happy to help....More
Location: it's very good, near the Keleti main station (metro and train), so it is very easy to reach the city centre. You have plenty of supermarkets around and some restaurants around.
Staff: Well, probably the second best thing of the hotel, they are rather...More
-Booked triple standard room, got double standard
-Asked baby bed to room, got full size extra bed. Got baby bed after calling to reception.
-Had to ask 2 times for extra towels (it was 3 of us in double standard room)
-Went to shower and...More
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Out of city centre, but minutes walk away from metro station. Clean, fresh hotel, rooms fairly good size, could have been a little bigger. Bathroom great.
However, we found that our room did not have enough pillows for our needs, so requested more, and were...More
This is very nice, clean hotel with helpful staff. Check in was easy peasy and I was handed a welcome package with brochures about things to do in the city. They booked my massages at the thermal baths for me.
They do not provide nice...More
District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.