Campsite was good, camping on grass (surprisingly this was not the case in many of the campsites in europe). We were in a nice spot under some trees so we got some nice shielding from the time it rained.
Really my only complaint is that the showers sometimes did not have hot water. It wasn't a consistent timing either. I showered with no hot water, when 2 hours later a friend had hot water. The same time the next day there was hot water the whole time. So just don't count on having hot water...
Showers and toilets were average not supper clean but what you would expect. There was a nice little store run by a nice old woman which had big water bottles (these were our best friend in countries where you can't drink the water so we were obsessed) and some good snacks.
Didn't deal with the staff much but when I did they were very nice and helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Camping Romai is Budapest's largest and best camping site located in a quiet park, with 24-hour concierge service, operated a family camp. Nearby are several grocery stores, restaurants and a shopping center. Due to the direct suburban railway connection a few minutes away from downtown, the Buda Castle, the famous museums and entertainment venues along the Danube River. ... more less