All-4U Apartments

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Hollo utca 1214, Budapest, 1075, Hungary

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    Great location and cheap price

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    It is more like renting apartment, but with hotel-like reception. So best sides from both things! Exept if you want someone to make you your breakfast. Here you have to (or you can, if you ask me) make it on your own. There is a shop next to apartments. It is allmost allways open. Don´t remeber if they had opening times, but if it was closed, it was open soon.

    Apartment was really nice and cheap. It even had a balcony, witch we couldn´t use because of the winter. Everything felt new and clean and service was great! They did even give us cookies to wellcome us!

    We might have used it again, if there would have been enough rooms. (We needed 3 rooms at our next visit, and there was only 2 free)

    Unique Quality: You can ask for airport transfer, and it´s a little cheaper than the taxi. Not a big difference, but it makes it easier.
    They did have Trip advisors award 2012-sticker.

    Directions: Quite close to chain bridge, at Pest side. Our room wasn´t at Hollo utca, but the next street from it and the reception was anyway at Hollo utca.

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Budapest to Vienna Train

by hb_capri

Hey,
I need to book train tickets from budapest to vienna, i checked http://www.mav.hu/english/index.php but was only able to get the train timings.Is there any other site where i can book the tickets? Please help

Harsha

Re: Budapest to Vienna Train

by bekerovka

Hy,
Try here: http://www.oebb.at/en/, here: http://www.raileurope.com/index.html or here: http://www.seat61.com/index.html
I find Budapest-Wien around 32€
Ciao, Marco

Re: Budapest to Vienna Train

by hb_capri

Thanks Marco

I just checked the OEBB site.In the online ticket option, I'm not able to select Budapest as the departure station.I selected the ticket by post option and it shifts to German automatically but i got the rate as 19 euros which is pretty good.I was wondering if i can get this rate even if i book at Budapest?

In raileurope.com, i'm getting around 47 euros for a ticket.wonder why its so steep.

Anyways thanks a ton!

Re: Budapest to Vienna Train

by caffelatte

raileurope costs a ton, because they include their commission. plain and simple (and a good reason not to buy from them unless you really need to buy prior to your departure). Sorry, but why do you want to buy this ticket NOW? This I think is around 4 hours journey. You should be able to buy once you are in Budapest. If you are concerned that, it may be a hassle to buy before the train leaves, just go to the train station the previous day and buy it.

Re: Budapest to Vienna Train

by hb_capri

I wanted to buy the ticket in advance just to avail lower fares for early booking and to make sure that i get a place in the train.I was also told that english is not understood sometimes,so wanted to avoid confusion.Do you think i can buy it a day before at cheap rates? In that case I can book the tickets when i reach budapest.Planning to make the journey on the 19th of Feb

Also i want to know if i can buy this ticket at Hamburg?

Re: Budapest to Vienna Train

by caffelatte

First question: Is this rate of 19 euro that you are getting from oebb.at a discount price? Dont compare it to what you get at raileurope. Answer is probably yes. This may be one of those sparscheine type of tickets http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/Travel_within_Europe/SparSchiene/SparSchiene_Hungary/index.jsp. I dont know if those tickets are deliverable to outside Austria/Germany. I dont think they are electronic tickets. so you will need the paper tickets. Hopefully someone can shed some light on this. To the best of my knowledge, it is not possible to buy them outside Austria/Germany.
Whether you can buy them when you are in europe or not depends on the terms of those tickets (whether they should be bought one day in advance or one week in advance). In the past, I have had some success in securing those tickets while in europe.

Language can be bit of problem. Just write the name of the destination station, and number of tickets, one way/return, date of journey on a piece of paper and hand it over to them. Better still, you can take a printout of that route and train number. That should work fine. Moreover, thats part of the travel.

Travel Tips for Budapest

Official Web Site of Budapest Tourism

by mediamind

http://www.budapestinfo.hu/en/index.html
This is the official site of Budapest Tourism. It belongs to the non-profit organisation of Budapest Tourist Office, so you won't find crappy ads on it, like on other city websites.

General information about traveling in and around, weather, sights and newsletter about current events. On-line search engine is connected to www.travelport.hu for hotel, restaurant and entertaintment search.

Inside the fabulous Roses square church II-windows

by 1courage

For me the windows of this church represent the highest artistic value. The biggest part of these stained glass windows come from Miksa Róth`s workshop. The others were created by Gida Walther és József Palka.
They represent saints, for example Saint Stephen, Saint Margareth, Saint John, among others. On the nether part of the windows appear the names of those who financiated their creation.

CAFE IN BUDAPEST

by nygaston

A special and unique place of hospitality is the café. Glittering cafés as hubs of intellectual, artistic and social life became fashionable after the 1850s. From the second half of the 19th c. to the 1940s, Budapest used to be called the "city of cafés". What is (was) a café? To call it a café restaurant is simplification. They were open throughout the day and night. Literary groups, politicians and artists had their regular cafés. One could buy all the daily papers, including the foreign ones. The idea, the hope of civil liberty and equality, free press and bourgeois Hungary was born in the Pilvax Café. A café was the editorial office of the first Central European cinema weekly, which started off Sir Alexander Korda, a prominent figure of the English film industry towards world fame.

One of the most important, the New York Café (VII., Erzsébet krt. 9-11 ), opened in 1894, was considered the world’s most beautiful and largest café. Cinema owners, advertising agents, actors and journalists stayed from early morning to noon, a posh audience spent the evening here, and finally gamblers, female acrobats and musicians turned up during the small hours. It was certainly a varied clientele but not without interest. The bustling café life began to wither after 1945: the miracle has faded by today. Still, when you enter the New York, you might imagine what it was like back in the glorious days.

The atmosphere of old cafés can still be felt in Hotel Astoria’s Café (V., Kossuth Lajos u. 19.), the Gerbeaud, the Múzeum Café (VIII., Múzeum krt. 12.)and the tiny M?vész Café (VI., Andrássy út 29.).

Hungary has a tasty national cuisine all its own. Many dishes are seasoned with paprika (a spice made from certain varieties of red pepper), which appears on restaurant tables as a condiment beside the salt and pepper. Although paprika originated in Central America, the peasants of Szeged have been growing it since the early 18th century and it’s now as important to Hungarian cuisine as the tomato is to Italian cooking.

Get Your Laundry Done

by ideabuzz

Traveling light always involves getting laundry done on the road. The best (an one of the few) coin laundromats in Budapest is not far from the Gellert Hotel. From the entrance of the hotel proceed down the driveway to the right. Cross the street to where the bank is and go past the ATM/Bankomat toward the water. Turn the corner to the right staying on the right side of the street. Go about 4 blocks and look to the right for the sign. The place does have a web site as well and touts theuse fo American machines.

It is pretty reasonable and there is an attendant to assist. The dryers are very low heat so expect to take a long time and extra money or let some things hang out later.

Palais New York

by german_eagle

Originally built after plans by Alajosz Hauszmann 1891-95 for the American insurance company "New York" this splendid neo-Baroque palais was turned into a luxury hotel a few years ago by the Italian-based hotel group "Boscolo hotels". It looks quite fancy, a bit stiff and snobby, but since I didn't stay there I cannot really comment.

What's to note about this place is the cafe at the left corner (main facade). The "Cafe New York" was *the* place for writers, artists, poets in Budapest until the 1930s. The legend goes that writer Ferenc Molnar threw the key into the Danube right on the opening day so that it should never close. I only had a quick look inside. A waiter welcomes you right behind the door and asks for your wishes. Normally I am not opposed to having coffee and cake in upscale coffeehouses or restaurants but in this case ... The interior of the cafe is VERY opulent. Too much for my taste. And total lack of patina. It's polished. With the renovation they also wiped the history out it seemed to me. But to each their own ...

Location: on the Grand Ring, close to Blaha Lujza ter.

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Address: Hollo utca 1214, Budapest, 1075, Hungary