Very close to the center and WestEnd mall, this hotel has a very polite staff, ready to help and knows English. Private garage parking is close by for a fee 15 EUR per night, or you can park on the street for about 1.1 EUR per hour on weekdays, and during the weekend is free. Rooms are clean and breakfast is good. We recommend this lovely hotel.
Stayed at the hotel in which the staff are very friendly and helpful the room we stayed in are very clean and ideal for a long weekend break.the 24 hour bar prices are not expensive and located was only a 20 minute walk to the centre or the spar baths in the park. Would definitely use the six inn again
Just back from four nights stay at six inn hotel. It's a great cozy hotel but what makes it special is the exceptional staff. A huge thank you to Anna, Andrea, Agnes, Maria and the young man whose name we didn't get (sorry). They helped with information on transport to all the places we wanted to visit. The hotel is about 10 -15min walk to Hero Square, worth a visit. Metro is easy to use, and if you're over 65 you can use your bus pass for free travel on all public transport (amazing). I wouldn't recommend the tour bus as you can use public transport to all places. Budapest is an amazing city and should be on everyone's bucket list.
Six Inn Hotel After reading some of the derogatory and unnecessary replies from presumably the hotel management to some of the feedback on TripAdvisor I was in two minds about choosing this hotel. However, we had a lovely stay at this hotel in Hungary in early March. Easy to miss it’s part of a long narrow street of tall buildings. The receptionists are great with a genuine welcome and a run through of their hotel and of the attractions and how to get about their city. This is a good basic budget hotel just out of the center of Budapest. The room we had was on the 1st floor at the front overlooking the road. The room was very small with a small T.V on the wall, a wardrobe, a small table with no drawers, a bedside cabinet and bedside lamps and a small mini bar with waters and soft drinks in it. The bathroom had a shower cubicle, toilet, and wash hand basin with a shelf above and a low power hairdryer. There was good lighting in the bathroom which was good for applying makeup. There was a full size mirror in the entrance area and a ceiling fan above the bed and radiators in the bedroom and bathroom. The whole place was spotlessly clean. It stayed spotlessly clean for the full four nights we were there. The cleaning was outstanding. If you wanted a change of towels you just put the ones that you wanted changing in the bottom of the shower cubicle and they were taken and replaced with clean ones. Our room was next to the road but there was never any noise from the road at all. The breakfast room was very uninviting with no ambiance or atmosphere. A little background music would have helped. The girl who worked in there was unsmiling and didn’t speak. The breakfast had fruit, cereal, a choice of breads, cold meats and salami and cheese slices. There was cakes and croissants and jam. There was scrambled egg, boiled egg and a vegetable mix. One morning there was mushrooms but other than that it was the same every day. There was a toaster and toasty machine, juice and a good coffee machine but very small cups and glasses. It was open from 7 am to 10 am. I stuck to scrambled egg on toast. Their was someone on reception 24 hours a day which was very nice when we were coming in at 2 am in the morning. They had a small bar in reception that sold beer or tea & coffee as well as spirits. They had a happy hour for a couple of hours every afternoon. Anna and Agnes were really friendly and helpful and booked taxis for us and we saved money on tickets for the hop on hop off bus trips and river cruise. We also bought tickets for a pamper day at the beautiful and opulent Gellert Spa and hot springs on the Buda side of Budapest. We sat in the heated outdoor spa for over an hour before trying out the other thermal pools and steam rooms, power showers and swimming pool and sauna. We had lunch there and a few drinks and when we got back to the hotel, Agnes was still there to greet us with a “ hi how did you go on at the spa, did you enjoy it". She served us a cold beer while we told her all about it. At the end of the street there is a very good Indian Restaurant called The Taj Mahal The only thing that we had to moan about was that we had a neighbor who went out at 7.15 every morning and insisted on slamming his door not once but two or three times every morning waking us up with a shock every morning. We spoke to two receptionists about it but nothing was done. They said "well he doesn’t know how to press the door handle down". We had a great City break and would recommend the Six Inn Hotel.…
We stayed for three nights and we were disappointed with the location as most reviews said it was central. It isn't and is half hour walk to Chain Bridge. Cant fault staff who were all friendly and helpful especially Maria but wouldn't stay again. Basic room was clean but pillows terrible....we both ended up with stiff necks after three nights. Breakfast not good either....well not to English taste but probably ok if you prefer continental. We ended up with justcoffee and toast each morning.