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Welcomed by very friendly receptionist.The rooms are clean,comfortable and individually furnished,as with the communal rooms.The hotel is situated within walking distance of main attractions,with restaurants and mini market very close by.
Breakfast is help yourself buffet style ,with a good selection ,and more than adequate....More
The hotel is ideally located, reasonably priced and the rooms are large, comfortable and clean. The breakfast is nothing special but will do. The staff are welcoming and nice with a 24 h open reception.
Recommendable. We stayed for 4 nights.
Great location. Substantial buffet breakfast. Within walking distance to many landmarks. Very helpful staff. Unique bedrooms. Our room had a balcony with table & 2 chairs. Near to all public transport.
The room was amazingly large. Really loved the decorations and the height of the ceiling. It made us feel right at home. Elegant carpets everywhere, nicely painted walls and a reasonably large and clean bathroom.
As a bonus, the breakfast (which we only expected to...More
There was no kettle or tea making facilities in the room but once we asked at reception, we were provided with a kettle and cups.
We had a bath and shower over the bath. Towels changed mid stay (our stay was for 4 nights).
Response from Jchernan562 | Reviewed this property |
as Huskies92 pointed out the Hotel is not in walkable distance from Keleti train station but is doable taking the metro but depends how much luggage you have and if you are comfortable using the metro... More
as Huskies92 pointed out the Hotel is not in walkable distance from Keleti train station but is doable taking the metro but depends how much luggage you have and if you are comfortable using the metro. You would need to take the M2 line towards Deli Palyaudvar but get off at Deak Ferenc and change to get the M3 line towards Kobanya-Kispest and get off at Kalvin Ter, which is the second stop. I didn't use metro to go to train station but I did use metro for airport and to other places. It's easier if you buy day pass or travel card. Check the Metro map to give you an idea.
I had a pleasant stay at Hotel Kalvin it's close to a lot of places.