Hotel Bristol

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Kenyermezo utca 4, Budapest, H - 1081, Hungary

2 Reviews

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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 33% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Terence101's Profile Photo

    A very good four star hotel at a good price!


    Well,where should I start?I've seen this hotel quite a few times when I've been looking for a hotel in Budapest(been 8 times).The hotel isn't close to the river.But,that isn't a problem because there are regular buses in the main street(2mins walk) from the hotel(it take 5 mins to Astoria).It's about ten mins walk to the nearest metro.About the same to the Keleti railway station.

    The hotel itself was immaculately kept.The room I had was on the inside of the building.This overlooked the breakfast room(the ones front would only look at another building).The room itself was of a good size(see photo's) and was very clean.The bed in the room had a good mattress on it(on the firm side).The bathroom was a little small.But,it wasn't enough to worry about.I was surprised to find that the floor of it was heated!The only real negative thing about the room was.It was a little dark until the sun rose properly in the sky.But,that what lights are for!

    Their breakfast starts at 7am on weekdays,7.30 at weekends.The breakfast itself had a large range of choice.Fry egg,scramble egg,boiled eggs,sausages,bacon,hash browns,beans and cooked tomatoes.There was bread(3 types),cheese,meats,cereals,yogurts and fruits/vegetables.There was also a range of fruit juices(3) and hot drinks.The bacon was a little over cooked for my liking.But,it seems to be cooked like the that in Hungary.All the rest of the food was cooked to a good standard.

    There is a small bar at the hotel.But,its situated at the side of the reception.So,you'll be sitting in the reception area if you wanted to have a drink.That wasn't a problem!There are quite a few bars/restaurants within easy walking distance of the hotel.

    The staff in the hotel were very friendly and attentive.There wasn't anything that was too much trouble.I was so happy with my week stay in March.I've booked another week in June.I would happily recommend this hotel.

    Directions: Just off a main street.

  • pedroswift's Profile Photo

    Boutique modern


    We were very happy with the standard of accommodation, security and amenities of the Bristol Hotel during a four night stay. Fit out is very modern.
    We arrived in Budapest at Kelti station and the Bristol is only a five minute walk away - One stop if a bus is preferred.
    As well as that, it is well placed to access city public transport on Metro, Bus & Tram. A two kilometre walk along Rákóczi út (street) will take you to the river but the public transport options are great (suggest you get a 48 hour or 72 hour pass).
    Staff were very helpful in recommending a restaurant in which to dine (see review) and specially helpful when we arranged an early check-out. They provided a breakfast package.
    The inclusive buffet breakfast was excellent and included hot dishes as well as the usual Continental style offerings.(Available weekday between 07.00 and 10.30 a.m. - weekend between 07.30 and 11.00 a.m)
    There is a drinks bar so a relaxing time can be had in the lounge after a hard day’s touristic activity.
    Although we did not try them a sauna and exercise room are available.
    Free WIFI plus a free laptop is available also. As you would expect, there is laundry service and a luggage room if you need to put luggage aside before checking in or after checking out.

    Unique Quality: We voted the establishment better than average and declared that the price was less than what we were used to paying for the same quality. Less than one hundred dollars Australian per room per night - breakfast included.

    Directions: Easily accessed by walking 560m from Kelti Station west sth west along Rákóczi út

    approximate Latitude:Longitude - 47º29’54.20”N : 19º04’38.50”E

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Forum Posts

Hotel Location

by doodlebug007

Does anyone know if the Boutique Hotel Bristol can be classified as being in the City? Only asking as trying to book a transfer from airport and they are giving different area categories/prices etc Budapest Port, City, Danube bend, eger etc etc. Also is it the best option to prebook or is it easier to get a taxi on arrival

Re: Hotel Location

by leics

Yes, it's in the city near Keleti station. Put 'boutique hotel bristol budapest' into googlemaps and you'll see exactly where it is.

I'd prefer to stay a bt nearer to the centre of Pest, personally.

Rather than pre-book a transfer or taxi I suggest you use the excellent BUD minibus shuttle service direct to your hotel. You simply go to their office in Arrivals and book a transfer to your won't wait more than 15 mins or so max. Very efficient, very courteous drivers, very good value. Your hotel can book the return trip for you, or you can do it yourself at the office when you arrive.

You can also pre-book online if you want, but I have never bothered:

Booking website:

Re: Hotel Location

by MikeBird

If you're flying into Terminal 1 at the Budapest airport you might like to consider taking the train to Nyaguti station and then a taxi to your hotel from there.
I was told by my hotel receptionist that the motorway from the city centre to the airport is currently having major roadworks and it can take up to 90 minutes to get to the airport.
I took the train from Terminal 1 which was only about 15-20 minutes and very cheap - HUF365

Hope you have a good trip,

Re: Hotel Location

by muratkorman

As previously suggested, you don't need to prebook. Depending on your arrival terminal, you can take the train, shuttle or taxi. All of them are convenient and you won't be ripped off. Taxi is the most expensive option, but you will exactly know the cost before you take it as there is a booth giving you the price to your destination.

Re: Hotel Location

by doodlebug007

Hi J, Margaret again

Can l just ask about the BUD shuttle service you recommended as we will probably try to use it:-

Is their office quite easy to spot at the airport as think there are 2 terminals there?

Also do the booking staff/drivers speak reasonable english

Many thanks


Re: Hotel Location

by leics

Hi Margaret. You have mail!

But for other people:

There are BUD offices in all 3 terminal buildings. You will land in terminal 1, and the office is on the left just before the exit doors from arrivals.

In my experience all the drivers speak at least adequate English, many much more than just adequate, and are very courteous. The older office ladies can be a bit unsmiling but they understand English quite well enough and are both efficient and organised.

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Address: Kenyermezo utca 4, Budapest, H - 1081, Hungary