Hotel Amadeus

Fogarasi ut. 123, Budapest, 1141, Hungary

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Good For Families
  • Families90
  • Couples66
  • Solo73
  • Business75
  • Nice

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    Very nice and clean hotel with excellent, friendly and very helpful staff. The rooms are clean, beautiful, spacious with air conditioning that really works. Even though we were in a room that faces the street we had no problems with noise even though the hotel is in front of bus station. Breakfast was excellent and varied. The hotel has its own garage and several parking spaces in front of the entrance. Really great value for the money.
    The hotel is away from the city center, but if you came here by car you will need only 15 minutes to the parking areas in the center.

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restaurant recommendation

by frog_duh

Hi! we'll be celebrating my mom's birthday while traveling in Budapest! Does anyone have a good dinner place to recommend?

Somewhere relaxed, maybe with a nice view of the river? Around 20 Euros (HUF 6000 or so) per person before drinks. i'm not sure how much meals cost in Budapest... how much will 20 euros get me? Any type of cuisine is fine, although it'll be nice to have something local.

Do i need to make reservations in advance? or call the day before?

thanks!

Re: restaurant recommendation

by margsch

We had a dinner cruise in Budapest and it was great, not only was the food excellent, the scenery was lovely as well. It would cost more than E20 per head but I don,t remember what we paid.
I don,t think you will get much for E20 as I ate at a small Pub each evening and paid E14 just for a main course so, in a Restaurant I,m sure you will pay more.

Re: restaurant recommendation

by bobby15

There is a friendly local place in downtown Pest near the Elisabeth bridge
called Borlabor.
http://www.borlaboretterem.hu/en/
It's a good place and think you can eat there for 20 euros.
Actually I heard good thinks about the dinner cruise as well, but it is more expensive.

Re: restaurant recommendation

by Lurchizo

I very much enjoyed Pater Marcus on the Buda side just off the Chain Bridge on Apor Péter utca 1. No view to speak of but great food, excellent choice of beers and wine and a good ambiance.

Re: restaurant recommendation

by bazsi79

Hi,

without drinks, you might be able to fit into 6000 HUF/person in a better, but not luxurious restaurant. Soups are somewhere around 1000 HUF, main courses around 3000-5000 HUF and dessert again around 1000 HUF.

Here are my personal favourites, though they don't serve typical Hungarian food, and most of them don't have a view:

Taverna Dionysos - Greek food
V. district, Belgrád rakpart 16. - with an outdoor terrace, on the riverside (but not directly on the water), with a view over Gellért Hill
http://www.dionysos.hu/

Haxen király - Bavarian food
VI. district, Király utca 100.
http://www.haxen.hu/

Mosselen - French/Belgian food with great Belgian beers
XIII. district, Pannónia utca 14.
http://www.mosselen.hu/

Fülemüle - Jewish and Hungarian food
VIII. district, Köfaragó utca 5.
http://www.fulemule.hu/


... and there is one where I've never been to, so I don't know about the food, but it's on a boat on the Danube, with an amazing view of the Chain bridge (Lánchíd) and the Castle Hill:

Columbus - Hungarian and international food (according to their website)
V. district, Vigadó tér 4.
http://www.columbuspub.hu/


I would advise you to make reservations in advance, as better restaurants can fill up easily, and you should definitely call ahead if you want a table with a view (where available)...

Travel Tips for Budapest

Money

by antistar

The currency of Hungary is the Forint. As a rough guide, there are 280 Forints to the Euro, 210 Forints to the US Dollar, and 325 Forints to the pound. The forint has been very unstable, however, since the financial crisis, falling from 250 to the euro, down to 330, before bouncing back to the 270-290 region. So don't trust my numbers!

Hungary is a relatively cheap place to visit, especially outside of Budapest. There have been some huge bargains on the hotel front since the economic collapse of 2008. Food and transport is particularly cheap, except the metro system in the capital, which charges Western European rates for a substandard service with only one ride per ticket. A main dish at a reasonable restaurant generally costing less than 10 euros.

The low prices of everything means that big notes can be difficult to dispose of, and the ATMs, which are all over the city, tend to give out the biggest notes possible. I had real problems getting anyone to accept the 10000 Forint note, worth about 40 euros, and I couldn't even spend a 5000 Forint note (about 20 euros) in a place as big and international as Burger King, so good luck spending the bigger notes in the small family run restaurants.

Perhaps the most imposing...

by Pegasus74

Perhaps the most imposing archtitecture in this capital is the Parliament building, a recognized symbol of democracy in Hungary. Its facade is elaborately Neo-Gothic with almost every corner featuring gables with pinnacles based on Gothic sculptures. Really is one magnificent masterpiece!

Go to a market. This one was...

by chrissyalex

Go to a market. This one was located just across the bridge from The Gellert Baths. It was huge and there were many nice and interesting things for sale. The bottom floor was mostly food products such as paprika,baked goods,fruits and vegetables and meats. The upper floor had many nice crafts! Beautiful embroidered linens and pretty Christmas ornaments.

Most Hungarians I met spoke...

by Tocco

Most Hungarians I met spoke English. It only depended on if they want to talk to you or not. It seemed the more money you spent the better thier English got. I got along well with the locals. It just took longer to befriend them then it would in other countries.

off Budapest: szobor park

by call_me_rhia

Szobor Park is the Statue Park, a garden located outside Budapest where you can see all those Communist statues and monuments that were taken down in 1989.

Everyone and everything is there. Engels, Marx, Lenin - as well as the Hungarian-Soviet Friendship Memorial, the Soviet Heroic Memorial and the Workers' Movement Memorial.

To get to Szobor Park take a tram to Etele Tere, and from there a yellow Volan Bus direction Diosd-Erd

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Address: Fogarasi ut. 123, Budapest, 1141, Hungary