The hotel is some distance from town, in a drab area. Its a modern building, not attractive. It is just across the road from bus and tram stops, which get you to an interchange for city wide transport. The hotel restaurant is poor, closing early, with very little choice on the menu. We didn't have breakfast - at 11 € each it seemed very expensive. But there was nowhere else nearby. No tea/coffee in the rooms either. We went for the Christmas markets, so it was cold outside. Considering the season, the room was quite cold, duvets thin, and on our last morning we realised the housekeeping staff had only left us with one set of towels that day! Upside was the assistant /night desk manager, who was a lovely chap. We really enjoyed Budapest, and we weren't expecting luxury for the price we paid, but still, the hotel was very disappointing.