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I went to Budapest for the first time to visit a friend and stayed 4 nights at the Regency Suites Hotel. The location is perfect in the city center with a walking distance to a lot of restaurants, stores and other amusements. I had a...More
We had 3-day touristical holiday in Budapest. Stayed at this hotel. Staff is good but the fitness room is in a very disappointing condition, not ready for working. There was no water boiler as they explained. These were the reason why i gave 3 star.
Breakfast what you see and what you get. Beacon not each day, strawberry just if you are there earlier. omelette awful just the hot chocolat was good. If you want a room for 3 poeple you will have a room with a folding bed not...More
The Location of the Hotel is good near to Deac Ferenc Station and Vaci Utca Shoping Street. Rooms are ok, Breakfast is good but not much varieties although it is expensive.
No "Do not disturb" at the door Check-out required at 11:00 AM, Too Early.
The location was nice, and I had a room with a window to the interesting "Madách Tér" park.
Pros: Nice location, and I think it had a good price for that location and time,
Cons: Noisy nights (even through Monday-Wednesday), until 4AM, groups of 3...More
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.
Hi It not so difficult to find, of course depending on where you are coming from, but the Deák Ter are a big and well known place in Budapest, it's near the Budapest Eye. If you are in the place in front of the hotel, and... More
Hi It not so difficult to find, of course depending on where you are coming from, but the Deák Ter are a big and well known place in Budapest, it's near the Budapest Eye. If you are in the place in front of the hotel, and drive under the building into Madách Imreùt (road) you will find a Parking House, it's only 3 minutes walk from the hotel. You can also park on the road in the street around the hotel, but at the time we were in Budapest, it look like it was very difficult to find a free parking lot. But you can try, and I'm sure that the Hotel will be helpful. Try to send a mail to the Hotel, perhaps they have an agreement with the Parking House (Cellar). When you are staying at the hotel, then try to find the restaurant Eat and Drink all you can in 2 hours. It's a nice place a good food and not expensive.