Quality accommodation in Budapest is not hard to find, thanks to an abundance of hotels and hostels in the city, although budget-conscious backpackers arriving in high season may well be advised to book in advance, especially in August when thousands descend on the city for the Sziget Festival.
If however you're packing a few forints in your wallet then you can sidestep the scrums and opt for a room in one of Budapest's luxury establishments. There's an amazing array to choose from, from the Grand Royal to the Gellert, and many boast their very own thermal baths.
This hostel doesn't exist for 4 years...
i dont see any fotos of the rooms!
I could not find the rates in Magyar Forints or the actual telephone numbers of the hotels mentioned. I want the location that is down the street from my aunt's family residence on Fortuna Utca. I want to go this week. Kovacs Janos Bacsi
Whilst I'm not a huge fan of squeezyjet this hotel did deliver the goods..
Everything was clean and as we hoped. There are nice conference facilities in the hotel too, and very good breaksfasts!
True luxury in a wonderful city.
A very nice place to stay in Budapest. Great views of part of the city and nice area.
sweeeeeeeeeet one of the coolest hostels everrrrrr
I have stayed at easyhotel last month and I was absolutely satisfied with my stay. It was cheap, clean, well located and the staff was wonderful. What else could you dream of, when you are having a city break?
I stayed there last week, and it was fabulous. I love it. I will definite recommand it to others who are going to Budapest.