Hotel Thomas

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Liliom u 44, Budapest, HU-1094, Hungary
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65%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
9%
7
Very Good
24%
18
Average
32%
24
Poor
19%
14
Terrible
13%
10

Value Score Average Value

Costs 31% less but rated 20% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families37
  • Couples43
  • Solo36
  • Business60

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Forum Posts

Late arrivAl at airport n taking a taxi

by stacy_yx

Was wondering if it will be safe to take a Zona taxi on arrival at airport around 9 p
? I need to get to somewhere near vorosmarty utca station. Or shld I prebook a taxi? Or get hotel to book transport for me?

Re: Late arrivAl at airport n taking a taxi

by leics

Of course it will be safe. 9pm is not late.

But you could also take the BUD shuttle A shared-ride minibus service) which is very efficient, very courteous and very reasonably-priced. They operate 24 hours a day and I have been very pleased with them each time I've used them.

They will take you to your hotel. You can either pre-book online or simply go to the office in Arrivals, and then wait for the shuttle driver to call out your hotel. You won't have to wait for more than 15 minutes or so at the most, and probably much less.

http://www.bud.hu/english/transport/airport_shuttle

http://www.airportshuttle.hu/en

Re: Late arrivAl at airport n taking a taxi

by muratkorman

The taxis will be available in front of the airport 24/7. You won't need any prebooking. Your arrival time is also not late. As suggested earlier, you can also try the shuttle bus which will cost you less, but if it's not a big issue, the taxi will be waiting for you just in the exit. You can check my Budapest page for recommendations on restaurants and sightseeing.

Re: Late arrivAl at airport n taking a taxi

by stacy_yx

Thanks for the reassurance. Will sure check out yr sights n restaurant tips!

Re: Late arrivAl at airport n taking a taxi

by fischert

Hi Stacy,

I'm not sure on which date you're arriving.
At airport the taxi service is going through on changing service provider. There are some debate on that previous service provider was removed correctly or not. In december / mid december could be some mass with taxi services. Just to make sure keep in mind taking the mentioned alternative BUD Shuttle.

Budapestian, Tamás

Travel Tips for Budapest

Be Aware of your Surroundings

by doodybee

stay in the main tourist areas - plenty of bars etc
are you alone - if so try not to make it too obvious that you are
book any planeed transport ( taxis etc) through your hotel

i went with my daughter a couple of years ago and we did not have any trouble at all
however one of the other VTers and her daughter who were there at the same time reported someone trying to nick the daughters backpack

don't make yourself an obvious target - don't flash the cash - or the goodies ( of any kind)

watch the girls as thay can sometimes be part of the scams ( honeytrap kind of things)

most people are ok - but theres good and bad everywhere

just be aware of your surroundings etc

and enjoy Budapest
We did everything was fantastic

want to go back soon to see more

Old and new together

by Mique

This i couldn't help wanting to shoot a picture of. You can find it in the street just behind the national museum. Where you can see also some really nice small palaces on each side of the street. Unfortunately neither was open for a visit. Both were occupoed by businesses..

And what's hidden behind the glass.. I've no idea. But it was quite a big building.

My Friends In Budapest...

by coceng

Here, I'm showing some friends that I met while I was in Budapest ! It was a truly pleasant stay with the locals being helpful, albeit mis-communications sometimes.
This is another special friend. His name is Doru from Romania who came to Budapest because he had a conference there.
It was with him that I actually experience the true beauty of Budapest !
We charted ourself all over !
Notice The Buda Castle behind him ?

ATTENTION

by nygaston

If garnishes (koretek) such as rice, pommes frites, burgonya (potatoes) or zoldseg (vegetables) are individually listed in a separate section of the menu, it probably means they’re not included with the main plate and will cost extra, though main courses always include some sort of garnish.

EXTRA FEES
It’s not very common in Hungary, but a waiter may try to charge you extra for a dish you didn’t order or serve you imported bottled beer when all you wanted was ordinary Hungarian draught. If you ask for a pohar (glass) or a korso (half-litre mug) by name and don’t just say ‘beer’ (sor), they’re less likely to try this trick.

TIPPING
Always insist on seeing a menu with prices listed to get an idea of how much your meal will cost, and if you’re sure a waiter is deliberately overcharging but it’s only by 10 to 15%, just pay the exact amount without a tip. Some places add a 10% service charge to the bill , which makes tipping unnecessary. Tourist restaurants sometimes feature Gypsy music after 6 p.m. and these roving minstrels are accustomed to receiving tips. Give them 100 Ft and they’ll move to the next table.

CSARDA
The ‘csarda’ is an old-style inn or tavern offering traditional fare and wine. ‘Borozo’ denotes a wine bar, ‘pince’ is a beer or wine cellar and a ‘sorozo’ is a pub offering draught beer (csapolt sor) and sometimes meals. The ‘bisztro’ is an inexpensive restaurant that is often self-service (onkiszolgalo). The ‘bufe’ is the cheapest place, although you may have to eat standing at a counter. Pastries, cakes and coffee are served at a ‘cukraszda’, while an ‘eszpresszo’ is a cafe.

MARGITSZIGET

by draguza

When in Budapest I was staying in this part of the town, literally called "Margaret Island", which was a bit outside from the historical center, but really nice area with lots of green spots and luxurious hotels

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Address: Liliom u 44, Budapest, HU-1094, Hungary