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This apartment is located next to Gold Hotel Wine & Dine and we could enjoy all the advantages of a hotel . 24 hrs reception, buffet breakfast, restaurant, parking lot.. Apartment is large, clean and comfortable.
This apartment is located close to everything. We booked it early in advance and we could receive a very good deal. Price value ration is excellent. The apartment is large, equipped with 2 rooms, kitchen, bathroom, toilet, balcony, dining area. Fridge and basic kitchen gadgets...More
This apartment has a wonderful location close to the city center of Budapest. Large flat comes with 2 rooms, kitchen, bathroom, toilet, balcony. Breakfast and restaurant are available next door in the hotel. We would return!
However this is not a hotel, it served us like a hotel. It is not an airbnb apartment! We could walk to the next door hotel any time, there we found the 24 hours reception, restaurant. There is also a parking lot for a small...More
This is really a good apartment in the center of Budapest. It has a balcony, where we could smoke. Otherwise you are not permitted to smoke in any room or apartment. Breakfast is fine , test it. Clean and nice.
$71 - $181 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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