Lovely Studio in the middle of downtown!
The studio apartment is on the 5th floor of an elegant, 100 year old building in Feherhajo str. which is located in the heart of downtown. Its window looks to an inner garden, it's very quiet and sunny. The apartment was fully renovated in 2009, fully equipped-please check out the list of equipment on our website.
Everything is nearby, so you can walk to most of the famous sights. Deak square, Vaci str, Andrassy street can be reached within minutes and you only need to walk 100 m for a stroll by the Danube.
Public transport (bus, metro) are within 60 m, restaurants are in the building next door, and great shopping is 100 m away.
You will get the keys to the apartment along with my personal tips upon your arrival. If you stay for more than 2 days, I'll welcome you with a bottle of my favorite Hungarian red wine.
I welcome you here as I would want to be welcomed in a foreign country.
From the airport the cheapest way to the studio is with public transport.
From ferihegy 2 you have to take bus 200E, from Ferihegy 1 take bus 93 to Kobanya-Kispest station. From Kobanya-Kispest you have to take metro line M3 blue to Deak ter station, From here just 60m walking to the studio.
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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