Zrinyi Hostel it s located exactly in the heart of Budapest ,when you get out from the building left side you ll see the St. Stephan Basilica and to the right the Chain Bridge. Only 2 blocks from the Vaci utca pedestrian shopping street and 100 meters from the Danube riverbank. Surroundings the hostel restaurants, pubs, disco club wait for you, where you may feel good between the many historical sight and building.From 15th of June 2010 in the same building on the ground floor we will have a garden party club open Wednesday,Thursday,Friday and Saturday from 22 .00 till 5.00 in the morning. Of course the hostel guests will have free entrance to the club.
We have from single room to the 8 beds dormitory.
You can choose from simply but nicely furnished rooms with various bed configurations.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hostel and is free of charge and wired internet is available in the lobby free of charge as well. The hostel offers a common kitchen and a laundry.
We wait for you if you would like a cheap clean room in the downtown between the big expensive hotels. Discover the city from here with free map, free Budapest guide book in 8 language and our help.
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This a great place to stay considering the price. It's in an awesome location within walking distance of most of the tourist sights. It's also just a short walk from the main metro station (15 min.) The club on the ground floor is ridiculously loud and often won't stop blasting music until 4 in the morning. It is hard to find but the owner is helpful and will answer if you call for directions. Warning: If you get there before noon you probably won't be able to check in.
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