The Europa Centerpoint Guesthouse is located at the Blaha Lujza metro stop, and offers you nicely furnished, air-conditioned, non-smoking rooms with free internet access.
The rooms are located on the third floor and fourth floor of a renovated 120-year-old historical building with an impressive fresco in the main gate and an inner courtyard with a fountain.
Don't hesitate to ask the friendly staff of the Europa Centerpoint Hotel Budapest about local information and recommendations.
16 rooms, single, double, twin, triple, which include:
*Satellite/cable color TV with Pay per view channel(s)
*Free Wi-Fi wireless Internet access in every room.
*High speed transmission line
*220/240 Volt electric outlets
*Safe deposit box at reception
*Bathtub and separate massaging shower
From Keleti Pu. Train Station: take the Metro line 2 (underground red line) to only 1 stop, or take bus number 173 or 107 or 83 for 1 stop to the Blaha Lujza Square, or walk for 8 minutes.
From Nyugati Pu. Train Station: take the number 4 or 6 tram to 4 stops to the Blaha Lujza Square.
From Déli Pu. Train Station: take the metro line 2 for 5 stops to the Blaha Lujza Sqare.
From the Ferihegy 1, 2A, 2B International Airports you can acquire our transfer.
Airport transfer prices:
1-4 persons: 25 Euros/transfer/group
5-6 persons: 36 Euros/transfer/group
7-8 persons: 43 Euros/transfer/group.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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