This is a good value hotel, with helpful and knowledgable staff. Although the decor is a bit dated, the room was large and clean. We had a problem when the air conditioning in our room stopped working on the first night but in the morning the staff member at reception fixed it straight away and we had no further problems. Breakfast was fine although some of the bowls were not clean and the fruit was past its best. The location of the hotel means it is quite far from the city centre but only a 10-15 minute walk to the nearest tram and metro stops. Good free wifi was provided.
Great location, great value for money and friendly, helpful staff. Within within walking distance of the city centre and very close to metro station so nice and easy to get around the city. Also close to local shops including an Aldi supermarket and a nice little street of bars and restaurants. Great place to explore the city from.
Charlotte from York, UK
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My partner and I stayed for 8 nights at Leonardo hotel. It has everything you need for an enjoyable and pleasant stay in Budapest. All the staff are friendly and helpful. It is perfectly located near shops, cafés, restaurants and the metro. It is situated in a slightly residential area so you get the vibe of Hungarian city life and its culture. There is also an Aldi just around the corner if you ever require anything... definitely comes in handy. The hotel basement has a small studio gym... so you can pump up your guns before going to any of the famous baths. There is also an awesome ruin pub a walk away called Élesztő... which is like a post apocalyptic Tardis. Great holiday and amazing experience. Bravo Budapest!
This is a nice hotel if you're traveling on a budget. It's actually an upscale hostel; you may or may not have a private room to yourself. I stayed one week and one of those nights I had a roommate. The location is good. There is a major shopping mall down the street and good local goulash at the corner. The Metro is a 5 minute walk to the main intersection. There could be improvements, like updated beds, but for the $, it is adequate. I would recommend Rila if you're on a budget. If not, there are better choices.
Ferencvaros is an up-and-coming, vibrant district, hugely popular with young professionals. The town has benefited from major development and an array of trendy bars and restaurants litter the lively area. The National Theatre, sitting on the banks of the Danube, is the largest in Hungary and visitors can explore the park surrounding the auditorium, which features numerous arts industry memorials.
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