With a group of friends we decided to give Romkert a try this summer. After a day in the city, with backpacks we hoped they would have a locker room/storage of some sort. Unfortunetly there was nothing like that in the place, so we couldn't enter the place. Yet we didn't give up, and eventually came there just for the party, so without bags ;). This time there was no problems entering, and we could join the party. It was semi crowded, on a warm night. Unfortunetly the dj was not as good as the one who was there when we attempted to enter the first time. The dancing place is pretty spacious, with a good soundsystem and lights. Bar is a bit overpriced, but manageable. It's major advantage is its location, next to the Danube, just at the foothill of Gellerts Hill, next to the bridge leading to downtown Budapest. The majority of the crowd was 20-30. There are some long tables to sit at, and a few bars. All in all it's a decent place, awesome that its open air, but all in all it depends on the dj. If he/she's good, then you can party hard there :) Would recommend it :)
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