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The location of this hotel is the best part about it. It’s within walking distance of many places, didn’t have a taxi the whole time, other than to the airport.
The breakfast is very basic, the reviews said the breakfast was lovely however I wouldn’t...More
Located just perfectly. Rooms are spacious, bed comfortable and new bathroom. Temperature control. Staff was always kind and welcoming. Breakfast is simple but nothing is missing. I d definitely go back again if in town.
An overall ridiculous place. A shame on the Budapest`s hospitality palette.
- A blond, bored young gal checked us in. She was yawning into the face of the people, who she was checking in in front of us. She was extremely...More
Clean hotel and room although little bit of scrapes on the paint.
Nice breakfast which is continental: various breads, cheeses, eggs, cereal, juices, tea, coffee.
Very friendly helpful staff.
Had just visit Regency hotel for 5 nights. A great hotel, with fine and clean rooms. Good bed, and a refrigerator, a small balcony, and a big bathroom. Breakfast was ok, but not so big, but included what we need. Hotel are placed in the...More
District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.
Hi It not so difficult to find, of course depending on where you are coming from, but the Deák Ter are a big and well known place in Budapest, it's near the Budapest Eye. If you are in the place in front of the hotel, and... More
Hi It not so difficult to find, of course depending on where you are coming from, but the Deák Ter are a big and well known place in Budapest, it's near the Budapest Eye. If you are in the place in front of the hotel, and drive under the building into Madách Imreùt (road) you will find a Parking House, it's only 3 minutes walk from the hotel. You can also park on the road in the street around the hotel, but at the time we were in Budapest, it look like it was very difficult to find a free parking lot. But you can try, and I'm sure that the Hotel will be helpful. Try to send a mail to the Hotel, perhaps they have an agreement with the Parking House (Cellar). When you are staying at the hotel, then try to find the restaurant Eat and Drink all you can in 2 hours. It's a nice place a good food and not expensive.