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Baroque Hostel

Dozsa Gyoergy ter 80/A Entrance from the garden, Budapest 1071 Hungary
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#168 of 1,279 Specialty lodging in Budapest
The Baroque Hostel is a familiar accommodation in the heart of Budapest which offers you quality hospitality in a youthful environment at affordable rates. The flat was previously owned by a Baron’s family and the original baroque-bohemian style has been preserved with a fresh, modern, minimalist design. Baroque Hostel is located near the City Park (Városliget), where you can find some of Budapest’s most famous sights: Hero’s Square, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Art Hall, the Széchenyi Thermal Bath and the Skating Rink. A short walk from the hostel you will find many typical Hungarian pubs and restaurants.Dive into the real Budapest using the Baroque Hostel as your base for exploring our lovely city!We welcome you in 3 snug lofts with double beds, 2 twin rooms with two single beds, or in 4, 6, or 8 person dorms.Facilities: free Internet and wifi access throughout the hostel; guest kitchen; cable tv; DVD’s, books; common room; reading light; washing machine/dryer; 24 hours security; towels rental; hairdryer rental; free parking on the street. Additional amenities include: ironing board; tours desk; 24 hour reception; garden; tea, coffee, snacks, breakfast; sports in the park.
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Property amenities
Free public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bicycle rental
Books, DVDs, music for children
Children's television networks
Airport transportation
Baggage storage
Street parking
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Ironing service
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Non-smoking rooms
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English, German, Hungarian, Romanian


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Grade: 86 out of 100
14Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
8Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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jdrinn wrote a review Aug 2017
Cairns, Australia4 contributions4 helpful votes
Where do I begin? As soon as we checked in we were contemplating going to another hostel because this place was so disgusting. It's very cheap for a good reason, they clearly are lacking in housekeeping. The showers were moldy and every single one of them floods! The kitchens were OK except we felt that we had to clean the cooking utensils before using them, the security is non existent as NONE of the dorms lock and all rooms are open for everyone to see in (you get no key on check in), they do provide "lockers" but none big enough for all your belongings, also the "night security" sleeps on the couch in the common area during the night. We thought we would give it a go for the night and this was the worst mistake we have ever made, I am now COMPLETELY COVERED in bed bug bites
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Date of stay: August 2017
Sofia p wrote a review Jul 2017
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The entry is just terrible, a long way with tons of plants, mice and old food. The bedrooms don't have keys, and they enter in every room without knocking, there's no privacy at all and smells terrible! At night the entry's man goes to sleep, the door is open so... everyone can come in. Don't want to come back and will never recommend.
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Date of stay: July 2017
Néa Stjernberg wrote a review Jul 2017
Taby, Sweden32 contributions13 helpful votes
This was a very affordable hostel, the service and staff was nice and friendly and the indoor environment was cute and fascinating. Facilities was okay. There was no AC, only a bad working fan in our room for 8 people. It was also a bit noisy. Wifi was good though. It was a bit too of from city centre, took 35 min to walk, but only 20 min from the train station. It is a very good budget hostel but I would prefer to live loser to the city centre next time for a higher cost.
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Date of stay: July 2017
Mon wrote a review Jun 2017
Stuttgart, Germany66 contributions18 helpful votes
The hostel apparently consistens of different buildings and appartments around the same block. Our room was in a quiet appartment off the main street with our own bathroom which was clean and tidy. Yes there was some mold in the shower and you could still smell the last party/parties in the common area of the appartment, but this is to be expected in a budget hostel. Appart from the somewhat lethargic receptionists we really enjoyed our time here.
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Date of stay: June 2017
Albertine_Disparue wrote a review May 2017
Paris, France74 contributions10 helpful votes
I booked a room for a night and it was clean , as well as commodities and bathroom outside. Was extremely surprised that payments were cash only , and the evening/ night receptionist was not as smiling/ out going as his colleague in the day Ideally located for Szcheny and attractions aroud Hösök Tere ( Heroes square)
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Date of stay: March 2017
$20 - $50 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
HungaryCentral HungaryBudapestDistrict VII / Jewish Quarter / Erzsébetváros
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