x The average starting price for a place to stay in Budapest is £23 per night.
22-24 Molnar utca, District 5 Foldszint 7, 1054 BudapestOutstanding 99%
Caromora The bathroom was not working well, filtering water from the toilet The water in the shower was cold after 10 minutes of using.. The location is very convenient.. good option, if the bathroom has been repaired.
asako_oda The owner of this hostel is so nice. I stayed this hostel last 2 nights of my staying in Budapest 4 days, and I thought I shuld have spent whole 4 days. You can get good information from the owner about restaurants, tours, spas.. etc. I am sure that I will stay here again when I visit Budapest next time. thanks!!
5th district (downtown), Nador u. 34 2nd floorOutstanding 98%
rb75018 The situation of the hotel is good, the staff is really kind, but the comfort and the cleanliness is not formidable the yellow room is a little bit small...
KatharineS 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.
amulya.m We travelled all over Europe this summer (Rome, Naples, Venice, Florence, Prague, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Berlin, etc), and this was hands down the best accomodation we've seen. The basic points: 1) BEST location: the flats are in an area that is quiet, yet one block from the MAIN metro center (which you will use while in Budapest), with an amazing cafe, a bank with ATM, and restaurants all about 30 seconds away. It's a 5 minute walk to City Park where people hang out late at night, like an outdoor party. 2) The flats themselves are spacious, clean, and comfortable--beds were clean, there was tea and coffee, ours had a washing machine, etc. 3) and FINALLY, the number one reason that I would recommend this place to anyone even if they could afford a fancier hotel--- it's owned by Csaba Fabian--the man is a legend. He called us ahead of time, picked us up from the train station, made sure we were safe and didn't change money at the station (where you would get cheated), made us a dinner reservation for the kind of food we wanted to eat, DROVE US to the restaurant, and basically gave us the inside scoop on nightlife and all the basics in Budapest, including such things as where to get a punk haircut, the coolest flea market to go to, and which bath houses to try out. He knows everything and readily shares that knowledge, and takes excellent care of his guests. We felt so safe and at home in the city because of him. You really can't beat this place, especially for the price. He could be charging a lot more, and god knows why he isnt. I would recommend it for anyone.
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