If you also don't like the mass production world, try the Loft.
We are here to welcome you to Budapest and also to invite you to join our community at The Loft, a community that shares with each other, explores together and stays up into the wee hours because there is still more beer in the refrigerator and the conversation is too good to end. One that celebrates the thrill of a new city, new food and new people, but also understands the need for long, glorious, uninterrupted sleep (having spent too many nights in airports to save a euro), never ending hot water and the rejuvenating qualities of a perfect, giant couch. So if you are tired, you sleep. If you are hungry, you eat. And whenever you are ready to go outside and see Budapest, we will not drag you by the wrist to the obvious places, but we will stand beside you and help to navigate the twisting roads, quirky museums, cheap cafes and uniquely-Budapest bars that collectively are the pulse of the city.
We are a small space at Loft, but it suits us and our travelers perfectly. We are simply ourselves here, but the music is always on, the kettle is always on, we are happy and most of all? We really hope you will join us.
The Staff, The Loft.
Our hostel workers are lovers of fine cuisine, and other such things, so, if you would be so kind as to email us your where abouts before coming to the hostel, maybe we can discuss some sort of deal. e.g free night for some parmiggiano, czech beer, greek olives, turkish spices or other specialities...
We do NOT take credit cards as payment. Unfortunately.
Due to some misunderstandings, please take note that we advise for family bookings, children under the age of 16 or adults over the age of 50-ish to seek alternative accommodation. We also request that groups of more than six contact us by email. We will of course have you here happily, but we are aware it might not be suitable for your needs. Thank you.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
A great, smaller hostel with a very friendly vibe. The fact that it can only accommodate a smaller number of guests allows you to really get to know people. A slight problem in that there are only two bathrooms - so if they're both taken and you're desperate for the loo you don't really have any other options. There aren't lockers in the rooms, but they are available.
Have you stayed here? Write a review
Note: It is the responsibility of the hotel chain and/or the individual property to ensure the accuracy of the photos displayed. Travellerspoint is not responsible for any inaccuracies in the photos.
Create your own travel plan and bookmark this hotel on your plan. You can even bookmark hotels found on other websites!
Do you have questions about Budapest? You might try asking in our active travel forums and see if anyone else has been there.
Read up on what to see and do in Budapest in the Travellerspoint guide, written by travellers for travellers.