After staying in another "Grand Hotel" hotel for a few nights, we moved to this hotel....
If only we had done it sooner.
The rooms are very tidy and modern and service that was outstsanding.
location is moments from the M1 with it cute stations that was built over 100 years ago, in 10 minutes you are in the heart of city. I minute you are at heros square and the park.
Hotel Liget is a good 30 minute walk from downtown, but it's only a block from the Hosok Tere stop on the Yellow Line. However, the Metro stops running at about 11pm, so if you're doing the Budapest nightlife, prepare to spend your savings on cab fare.
Decor is nothing special, but a double in the off-season is only 60 Euro. Includes a breakfast buffet, which offers a fair variety, but is very, very crowded.
Unique Quality: Sauna and massage available, but I didn't use either one.
Directions: Heroes Square: turn left out of the subway and walk one block
We will be staying in Budapest for three nights in June . Can anyone recommend a hotel centrally located. Our budget is $75.00 to $100.00 (We will be arriving by train from Krakow )
Hello Anita! I would recommend the Ibis Hotels, because they have a decent price despite the central location.
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Ibis Budapest Heroes Square
Ibis Budapest Emke - Ibis Budapest
Ibis Budapest Centrum - Ibis Budapest
I have stayed at Ibis Budapest Vaci út and can recommend it. You can walk from the hotel to Heroes' Square and City Park or you could take the subway to the city center. The station is Dozsa Gyorgi út and it's located basically in front of the parking lot and the reception.
Thanks to both of you . We have stayed in Ibis in other countries in Europe and were pleased with them . I'll check them out
I stayed at this place.
The location was perfect and the room was lovely.
I've stayed in Vaci út and it worked for me and my man, and we stayed 2 nights. We didn't spend more than 10-15 minutes going to where we wanted to go (be it subway or walking to the City Park/Heroes' Square). However, I do agree that looking for accommodations close to Vaci utca or Andrassy avenue might work better for you.
I agree with you ossian :)
Thanks everyone . I took the advice of Konekoneko and was able to get a reservation at the roomsbehindthe opera. Great suggestions on the location
We'd love to go to the opera. Will we need dressy clothes though...we're travelling pretty light....we're already sso excited!
June program of the Opera-house
1 - 4 June Tchaikovsky - Eugen Onegin
5. June Verdi - Don Carlos
6 - 8 June Tchaikovsky - Eugen Onegin
10 - 15 June The Taming of the Shrew/ ballet
We will have to make sure we get there. It is something we will both look forward to...not sure what we'll wear though.
That's great we've saved the web address.
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Address: Dozsa Gyorgy ut 106, (formerly Hotel Liget), Budapest, 1068, Hungary