Petnehazy Club Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Feketefej Street 2-4, Budapest, H-1029, Hungary
Petnehazy Club Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
31%
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Very Good
39%
25
Average
15%
10
Poor
11%
7
Terrible
1%
1

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 48% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families90
  • Couples61
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Travel from Keleti Station to Petnahazy in Budapest.

by Jayarep

Hi!
I would like to know how to get from Keleti Rly Station to a suburb of Budapest which is Petnahazy.I have done this journey from Budapest Airport by a sharing taxi.Can I get a sharing taxi at Keleti Rly station.If not,what is the alternative.Would prefer a public transport.
All suggestions would be welcome.
Cheers,
Jayarep.

Re: Travel from Keleti Station to Petnahazy in Budapest.

by danbp

To be honest it's not quite clear what your destination is. Is it Petnehazyret (which is basically a bare field with some forest, few houses and streets and a horse ranch+golf resort)? Or Petnehazy utca, which is not that suburban (but not central either)?

As far as I know, there are no sharing taxis at Keleti station. But you can take metro M2 in direction Deli palyaudvar for 5 stops to Moszkva ter station. There you should change to tram no. 61 in direction Huvosvolgy all the way to its terminal stop. At Huvosvolgy, change for bus 63 and take it for 5 stops to Adyliget stop. This journey requires 3 single tickets and takes about 45 minutes (depending on waiting times). Metro trains and tram 61 run every 2-10 minutes, bus 63 every 8-12 minutes in peak hours and every 30 minutes off-peak, every 15 minutes on weekends.

The eastern part of Petnehazy utca can be reached directly by bus 30 or 30A. You have to take it for 9 stops, to Petnehazy utca stop. It's a 12-minute ride. Buses run every 7-10 minutes.
The western part of this street is the easiest to reach by metro. You have to take metro M2 in direction Deli pu. for 3 stops and transfer to metro line M3 in direction Ujpest-Kozpont. You have to take this train for 5 stops, to Arpad hid. From here the street is within walking distance, though you have the option of taking bus 32 or 120 to get closer to Petnehazy utca. The metro ride with one transfer requires ONE single ticket only. Trains run every 2-10 minutes, the journey time is about 15 minutes.

Petnehazy utca is easy

Re: Travel from Keleti Station to Petnahazy in Budapest.

by Jayarep

Hi! I forgot to mention in my post that I have to go to Club Hotel Petnehazy.Since this would be a walk uphill for about 500m,and it may be diffcult to walk up with our luggage,would it be possible to come come to Moskva Square by the metro and take a taxi from there straight to Club Hotel Petnehazy.
Your reply would be welcomed.
Jayarep.

Re: Travel from Keleti Station to Petnahazy in Budapest.

by danbp

Yes, sure, there are taxis around Moszkva ter. If I'm not mistaken, they usually wait at the upper part of the square, which is only accessible via stairways. So you may consider ordering a taxi by phone... or maybe there are some waiting on the side where the McDonald's restaurant is located, I'm not sure. The distance from the bus stop to the hotel would be about 700 m, so it's a good idea to choose taxi if you have a lot of luggage.

Csarda dinner including traditional Hungarian music and entertainment?

by PTadin

Does anyone have a geat suggestion for a place to offer a Csarda dinner including traditional Hungarian music and entertainment? I am looking for a place that can seat my group of 24 adults and I want them to have a very positive experience.

RE: Csarda dinner including traditional Hungarian music and entertainment?

by MedioLatino

Don't know what you mean under "Csarda" dinner, I guess traditional Hungarian food might be enough no? :)

I found the followings:
http://www.mediaguide.hu/petnehazy/thursdayEN.html
http://www.taverna.hu/?levelid=29&cikkid=296&PHPSESSID=926c79b56b3f393a86c0a3574c3c2b7e
http://www.karpatia.hu/
http://www.paprika-csarda.hu/index_eng.html

There sure must be others too...

RE: Csarda dinner including traditional Hungarian music and entertainment?

by PTadin

Thanks for the information. I understand that "Csarda" means a tradional Hungarian Inn or farmhouse.

RE: RE: Csarda dinner including traditional Hungarian music and entertainment?

by MedioLatino

OK, if it's about the farm houses, then most of this places are outside of Budapest. Of course there are some touristy "Csarda-like" places around, but that's just an insight to the real thing :)

RE: RE: Csarda dinner including traditional Hungarian music and entertainment?

by cathy9510usa

We were in Budapest last month, and twice we ate in restarants located in cellars with vaulted stone ceilings and live gypsy music. That might give you something of that atmosphere you're looking for. Both were connected to hotels. Try the Domina Hotel on Kiraly Street just off Deak Ter, or Matyas Pince, which was once Budapest's best restaurant.

RE: Csarda dinner including traditional Hungarian music and entertainment?

by vebea

Hi,

Check out this page: http://www.riding.hu/
Look for Tök, it is a small village not far from Budapest. The Patko Csarda at tök is famous of its folklore programs. And yes, large groups also visit there.

Travel Tips for Budapest

Andrassy utca

by draguza

This very long street is called the "Hungarian Champs Elyses" as it was built taking inspiration from the famous Parisian avenue. In Pest, arguably the most important sight is Andrássy út.ca Along this streets you can find large shops and flats built close together. Between there and Heroes’ Square the houses are detached and altogether grander

The Danube

by acemj

The city is built along a graceful curve in the Danube River, which separates Buda and Pest. The river is wide, slow and slightly murky, but it looks great in photos. It's been of vital economic importance in not only the history of Budapest, but also of cities like Vienna, Bratislava and Belgrade. In fact, one thing I wish I would have had time for is taking a cruise up the Danube into Vienna. Maybe next time.

Monument to .... Number Zero?

by diocletianvs

Right in front of the entrance to Buda Tunnel there is a monument to - number Zero! (I told you Budapest is full of various monuments).

Apparently, this is the zero point in Budapest from which all the road distances to other towns in Hungary are measured from.

Citadel by foot

by gal_flower

Climb to the citadel by starting at the "Szabadsag hid" (the huge green metal bridge over donaube)
This part of the hill is more for locals, but it's a great place for a walk and climb to the hill.
Also you have a great view on Pest side of the city :)

See the city from a distance

by tiganeasca

You should try to get to one of two (or perhaps both) terrific vantage points from which to see the city. My personal preference is to visit the Fisherman's Bastion (Halászbástya) during the day and Gellert Hill at night. Fisherman's Bastion is on the Buda side of the Danube, perched on the edge of the cliffs overlooking Pest, a stone's throw from Matthias Church (Mátyás Templom). You get a stunning panoramic view of the Danube and Pest, including the Chain Bridge and the Parliament. (Don't forget your wide lens if you're a photographer.) At night, Gellért Hill (also on the Buda side) rises around 750 feet (230 m) above the river but offers the incomparable view of the entire city--which, as my poor photograph shows--can be spectacular.

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Address: Feketefej Street 2-4, Budapest, H-1029, Hungary