The location is good for keleti train station, I walked it in around 10 mins with a big rucksack and a backpack. I could otherwise have taken a tram nearby. It is about a 10 min walk to the Danube and the main tourist attractions, but tram and metro stops are nearby. The area itself was perfectly safe, in part of the urban core between the river and keleti station.
The hotel is a little dated, although the foyer and restaurant have a rustic charm. The room was fine, although it could have done with a spruce up, such as changing the stained carpet and replacing the broken shower cubicle. It was otherwise fine for the price (around £23 for the night.)
My main complaint concerns the poor WiFi signal in the room. It was advertised as "WiFi throughout" but in my room on the 4th floor it varied between rubbish and non existent, which I found frustrating.
- Also Known As:
- Unio Hotel Budapest
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- Hotel Unio***Superior enjoys a magical location in the center of Budapest about one minute from the Great Boulevard. Traditional city hotel, large open spaces, nostalgic atmosphere, and 50 spacious, comfortable rooms. In the restaurant we offer you a rich 'all you can eat' buffet for lunch and dinner. With three conference rooms, the hotel can fulfill your meeting needs up to 200 persons as well. All this for very reasonable prices! ... more less
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