Royal Park Boutique Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Nefelejcs u. 6, Budapest, 1078, Hungary
Royal Park Boutique Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
30%
102
Very Good
50%
169
Average
16%
54
Poor
2%
8
Terrible
0%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 30% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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which apartment?

by gkukurin

Hi VTs,

I plan to visit Budapest by car around Christmas with my family. After thorough Internet research, I narrowed my choice to following apartments:
1. Budapest apartment 4 in 12 Akacfa utca (http://www.budapestaccommodation.net/budapest_apartment_4.htm)
2. Apartment Apollo Budapest (http://www.travel-library.com/apartments/europe/hungary/budapest/apartment_apollo.html)

does anyone have experience with one of them?

Thanks

Re: which apartment?

by fischert

Hi,
I don't have personal experience. According to the map Váci street is a bit safer area. Akácfa street has a bit better public transport connection. I have to tell that both apartment is safe and both apartment has a good public transport connection.
Tamás

Re: which apartment?

by danbp

I agree, both are in good locations. The neighborhood of the Apollo is more touristy though (in both positive sense - eg. more vivid in the night and negative - eg. restaurants nearby are more expensive and no local people in them etc).

Re: which apartment?

by gkukurin

Thank you for your help.
I've choosen the Budapest apartment 4 in 12 Akacfa utca, mainly because of parking possibility they offer in the building.

Re: which apartment?

by lsokoloff

Check this out too - http://www.dunaflat.com/flat/vivaldi-beautiful-apartment-in-the-centre-of-budapest-EN

I just came back from Budapest and stayed there. It's a great place, great location. The owner, Stefano, was excellent with his communication with me and setting it all up. The place is as pictured. It's nice and clean and looks freshly painted/remodeled. I could easily live comfortably there for several weeks if need be. Location is excellent, easily reached via the Metro. Cost us about three bucks (US) to get there from the airport. One note of caution - the bed is rock hard, i.e. close to concrete. :) However, I liked it and slept well.

Len

Re: which apartment?

by thebestusernameever

I don't know about the ones you list. However, I had private apartment in Budapest for a longer stay and had a great time. The guy I rented from also rents them short-term. He has 5 or 6 apartments all in the center in great locations. Info: www.rentinhungary.com

Travel Tips for Budapest

Józsefvárosi templom (church of Józsefváros)

by 1courage

The Saint Joseph chruch is not really an off the beaten path. You find it on the Baross street wich is perpendicular to the József avenue (VIII. district). You can see the towers from a big distance.
Originally built in a late baroque style according to József Talherr`s plans and was consacrated in 1798, but in the XIX century, like many other churches was transformed partially in eclectic style.

Very nice also the statue in front of the church, representing Péter Pázmány, founder the still existing catholic university and leader the counter-Reformation, created by Béla Radnai in 1914.

The church is nicely illuminated at night.

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.
The photo is showing Alain again...while taking this pic, he suddenly fell into the fountain ! Or...is it ?

If you have the time, you can...

by Hilde_K

If you have the time, you can go to a concert in the Károly kert.

There is a concert with some nice Hungarian dancing and music. A bit for tourists though, but very nice to go to, because the dance group is of a high standard, and so is the music!!

on the picture: Papp István Gázsa

The Normafa and the Buda hills

by 1courage

I live on the Buda hills, quite close to this place, called Normafa. In Budapest, like in every big city, when people have just had enough of the traffic, the smog, the continuos noise, they search for the green places. Altough we sometimes think that we just haven`t got too many green parks to escape to, I think that it`s not true. On the contrary: in reality we can find them easily. One of the most beautiful of these places is the Normafa. I like to ride the bicycle, so I go there at least twice a week. You can just take a sit on a bank an enjoy the fantastic view. You can even see Szentendre from there(35 kms!)
And if you want to take a walk in the forest, just head towards the Elisabeth Belvedere wich offers an even more breathtaking view.

Medieval Buda 2: Uri Utca

by leics

Again, one or two bits of Medieval architecture still visible along this rather nice (and quiet) street, which runs parallel with Orszaghaz Utca.

A lovely set of Medieval arched and diamond windows on the first floor of number 31 (although the paintwork is pretty horrible, imo).

Interesting stonework exposed on the house next door, showing how rebuilding has occurred (and re-ocurred).

A Medieval archway rebuilt (I think) at the entrance to numbers 48/50.

A grilled stone window, clearly a remnant of an earlier building (probably 15th/16th century).

Along an alleyway/small road joining the two streets an almost-hidden stretch of wall. I'm pretty sure the stonework is at least 17th century, if not earlier.

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