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stayed here for 6 nights in september. the hostel itself is quite small (converted apartment) but cosy and homely. the two guys that run the place were so welcoming and engaging with us, they even cooked us a really nice meal one night. located centrally...More
What a mess. We booked hostel 3 months before arrival but week before they told us there is no space! We had to spend time and find another place of course not as well placed. Very bad experience. Not recommend. You never know if you...More
I have visited more then 50 hostels all over the world, and i have never had such experience, they cancelled my reservation one day before my arrival. Budapest has great number of excellent and cheaper hostels/pansions, so dont waste your time and money on this...More
Thank Krunoslav K
Response from Amir A, Owner at Casa NoraResponded March 19, 2017
I am so sorry for your experience, and I have replied you almost on every platform Facebook, booking.com etc. that we are sorry that happened with you, it was nothing personal. and we wrote you a message and if you would of have contacted us...More
This hostel was in the perfect location in budapest, the best bars and eateries around the corner! The place itself was a little run down, and lots of stairs to climb to get there! Kitchen well equipped and all in all, was good value for...More
Such a nice place! The atmosphere in the hostel was probably the best I've experienced. The staff was really friendly and knew their way around the city. They also treated everybody like a friend and made sure everybody was doing ok. We had very good...More
We are more like a guest house, though still struggling with how to identify our place as a hostel or a guest house, We are at very center of Jewish quarter, which is 7th district of Budapest. Other way of saying that is that our location is quite central and popular, especially among young travelers as the area is surrounded by bars and cafes. we have 2 dormitories 8 and 6 bed, and 2 private rooms, we are on second floor, no lift available, so please keep that in mind while choosing our place to stay. We are not a very posh or hip place at all, we are offering a very simple best to our ability accommodation, a friendly atmosphere. Please be advised about the children, we love them and adore them, but we do not have any special arrangements for them, please keep that in mind or inform us prior to your arrival, so it would not be a surprise for any of us :) Persons with special needs should also note, as I mentioned before that we are on second floor and there is not any lift, though its not that lot of stairs but still, you have the right to know :) and pets finally :! I don't think so, but give us a message before hand, maybe we can advise you something or sort it out. please ask if you have any questions
District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.