⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Superior room and excellent crew. Perfect rooms, small but cleany and perfect spa for 75€ (2 persons) included breakfast. I like it so much. City center is so close (10 minutes walking). The restaurant is excellent too.
Please stay away ftom the low budget and even lower quality Standard rooms - even below the hostel level If you upgrade maybe you fin appropriate value for money solution at the higher class Food average, location soso
Pros: Cheap, mostly clean, very close to the university, ok breakfast, very kind and helpful staff Cons: Very dated rooms, very dated furniture (therefore you cannot really tell how clean the room was - it is not easy to keep such dated rooms clean...), uneven walls, tv just over the sofa at 1,6 meter, so a lot of chances for tall people to beat their heads, the whole building is a castle-like very old building, a lot of stairs, no elevator, it is not easy to find your room since the corridor is a bit confusing with a lot of turns and stairs. Since this hotel is really just a few minutes away from the university, I think I will stay here again, but remember that you get what you pay for.
I stayed here for one night on my solo cycling trip from Vienna to Budapest, and had the recommendation from some others who had stayed there while doing the same trip. No major complaints, and some very positive aspects. First, I initially booked a room for a night while I was ambitiously hoping to reach Gyor that night, and although there was no deposit the email confirmation said I was responsible for the night if I was a no show. Even after my no show they re-booked me for the following night, and I arrived to find....I was too early to check in and get my room, shower, etc. But for a small additional fee I was able to claim my room before lunch, so I could shower, eat lunch, and take a good nap after a hard couple of days of riding and what was clearly a developing chest cold. The (somewhat) bad: there are lots of winding, uneven staircases to get up to the rooms, and although I am fit and had very little luggage, I was exhausted from my ride and a little sick, so this was inconvenient. The morning walk to the breakfast area was like following a maze - apparently a different building connected through a labyrinthine passageway. And the breakfast was mediocre: some cold cuts and cheeses, mediocre white bread, not great coffee and sugary juices. The woman who waited on me was the same one who the night before barely wanted to serve me a double espresso. The women at reception were pleasant and efficient however: bike storage was another exercise in following an outdoor labyrinth, but they were pleasant and when I woke up the next morning realizing my cold had sapped me of the energy necessary to power me the rest of the route by bike to Budapest, they helped me figure out the best bike route to the train station where I caught a late morning train for Budapest.…
Went here with my wife (who is Hungarian) my first impression was good, we wasn't stopping in the hotel as we were just going to the pool bar next door. After getting a few drinks and going to the pool table I decided to go the bar and order 2 palinkas. As I am English and my Hungarian is not so good I struggled to communicate with the staff and when they realised I was not Hungarian I think they purposely overcharged me!!!!! 1100huf/ shot which does not seem a lot but saying that the menu stated that palinka was 750huf/ shot. When my wife realised she asked in Hungarian why it was so expensive they said I ordered the expensive one ( which was not on the menu)!!!!!! I would like to think they should incourage English tourist not scare them off!!!!