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Budapest Royal Apartment

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A really fun and an ideal place to stay in Budapest is Budapest Royal Apartment.

The apartment is located in a gorgeous old building called Royal Rent-Palace. It was built for high-ranking state officials in the turn of the 19th century.

Apartment 1 (Royal1st) has a large room with a little balcony that offers an exciting view onto the Clotild Palace towers (a well-known landmark of the city), Parisian Garden and the Elisabeth Bridge. The famous shopping street Vci utca is right around the corner as well as restaurants, cafs, shops and theaters.

River Danube is a short walk away. The apartment is bright due to its huge window. The location offers you so much fun!

Apartment 2 (2ndRoyal)has a room with 2 big windows and shower in the bathroom. We provide clean sheets, blankets, pillows and towels. Kitchenette is fully equipped (micro, stove, plates, and dishes). Ceiling is over 4 meters high. The apartments have cable TV and 24 hours reception.

They are one room apartments with kitchenette, hall and bathroom. They have double bed or single beds available, with extra beds possible.

PLEASE NOTE: We require a minimum stay of 2 nights.

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Excellent 94%

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

I stayed here for 5 nights and I hardly could say anything that I didnt like about this apartment. Clean and quiet flat, perfect location (shops, restaurants, metro, tourist attractions nearby) , the owner(?) and the doorman were both genuine, polite and helpful, easy to get anywhere from the place, very secure building; value for money. My little disappointment was the staircase: after seeing the pictures on the website, I was expecting something more chic. And didnt find the washing machine. Oh, and really, the curtains need to be changed... I definitely would go back and I would recommend to anyone... :)

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Location
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Cleanliness
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Value
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Facilities
5
Service
5

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

The apartment is in a very beautiful old building, although we did have a little trouble locating it within the maze of stairways and landings. The building seems very secure, with key-coded locks and a guard permanently at reception, although none of the guards I encountered spoke any English, which made it quite confusing (for all involved!) to initially check in.

The apartment is very clean, with high ceilings and a nice view from the window, although the kitchen/bathroom facilities are a little basic. Overall though, I'm pleased with it and would say I got good value for my money. It's in a great location for exploring the centre of Budapest and I would use it again.

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Location
5
Cleanliness
5
Value
4
Facilities
3
Service
3

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

Great location. Accommodation was a bit small and could have done with some proper curtains and newer towels but at the price paid good value overall.

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3
Location
4
Cleanliness
4
Value
5
Facilities
4
Service
4

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Hotel Amenities

  • Hairdryers
  • Internet Access
  • Linen Included
  • Towels Included

laundry

  • Dryer
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Washing Machine

sport& leisure

  • Cable TV

kitchenfacilities

  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Utensils

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