Silver Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Hunyadi ter 10, Budapest, Hungary

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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 32% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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    Comfort and decent standard for low price.

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    We stayed in a 3-bed room with shower and WC ensuite. We had two small children and got a baby cot for the smallest one without extra cost. Large balcony with a nice view. Playground and small market just outside the hotel. Only one quite small elevator, but we parked our stroller in a room by the reception at groundfloor for less fuss.

    Nice standard in the room, clean bathroom, nice beds, air-condition. Very friendly and helpful staff. Simple but steady breakfast served for 4 euros. 3 min to closest Metro (Vörösmarty utca, yellow line). Room was cleaned and towels changed 3 times during our 5 nights stay. Would stay again!

    Directions: Vörösmarty utca, M1, yellos line.

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Forum Posts

All Saint's Day - November 1st

by kn14

Hi there,

I'm thinking about flying to Budapest for a weekend jaunt and would be arriving Friday October 31st through to Sunday November 2nd. From what I understand, Saturday is a public holiday. In terms of attractions being closed, will this hamper my trip at all (I would be doing typical tourist things: going to the Gallert spa, museums, markets etc...) Will these be closed on All Saints Day?

Thanks!

Re: All Saint's Day - November 1st

by gildapaolina

I think Museums and Thermal Baths are being open on november 1: I was in Budapest on august 20, which is Bank Holyday, and they were. Opening hours may be probably different respect normal time: you could check more informations on Budapest tourist site:
http://www.budapestinfo.hu/en
Don't know about markets: they'll maybe be closed, as other shops (you should find some open on touristic areas, as Vaci utca).

Re: All Saint's Day - November 1st

by csordila

According to law, on 1st of November 2008 (Saturday), all museums are open
The swimming pools, the thermal baths incl. Gellert spa are open too, but until 5pm. only.
Shopping centers are closed.
Best. L.

Re: All Saint's Day - November 1st

by danbp

Markets are closed too, only smaller shops will be open. And, as others mentioned, museums, baths, restaurants are open too.

Travel Tips for Budapest

The Liberty bridge (Szabadsag hid)

by aramat

The Liberty bridge opened in 1896, in the year of the Hungarian Millennium. Its green metal structure makes it quite different from all the other Budapest bridges. The bridge connects Gellert ter in Buda (where you find the Hotel Gellert and the Gellert Spa) and the Fovam ter in Pest (with the Central Market Hall, a great place to shop for food, and the Budapest Corvinus University, where I got my degrees :-)).

Oh, I almost forgot: Liberty bridge is quite popular with suicidal people. About 30 people climb up to the 'turul' birds each year to commit suicide (although practically all of them change their mind on the top, and firefighters have to bring them down, closing down the bridge and stopping traffic in half of the city at the same time).

Busy streets

by acemj

Budapest is the heart of Hungary, with approximately 2 million people living here. It's by far the largest city in the country with around 20% of the population concentrated here. The streets, particularly of Pest, are bustling with people and action and there's always something interesting to see.

Learn the Language?

by DrewV

Accept it. You're not going to learn Hungarian before you get to Budapest. It's not like nearly every other language in Europe, where speaking one helps with another. You know what I mean. Knowing French helps with the rudiementary basics of other Romance languages; similarly German helps with Dutch or Russian with Polish and other Slavic languages. Well, Hungarian is a completely different beast. Fortunately, most Hungarians seem to recognize that and are happy to chat in English or German. Throw in a few key phrases like kerem for please and koszonom (pronounced more or less Ker-sher-nom) for thank you, and they'll give you a thumbs-up. Just like Alejandro here.

Obuda

by SueWarwick

Crossing the Arpad Hid (bridge) I ended up in Obuda
Obuda means Old Buda in Hungarian and until it it joined with Buda and Pest in 1873, it was a seperate town which was hte main settlement. It now forms part of District III of Budapest and contains many apartment blocks and busy roads.

Roman ruins can be found around the area. I didn't travel to see Hercules Villa but did see some ruins near the under pass just after the bridge then walked towards the ampitheatre on Nagyszombat street.
The ampitheatre dates from around the 2nd century and would have held around 16,000 people making it one of Europe's largest ampitheatres
Below the amphitheater are the cells where prisoners and lions were held.

Views from the Fairy Cliff

by 1courage

-->....of the nice landscape to enjoy once you get to the top.
If you`re there please do not take the risk of leaning forward too much from the cliff, because it`s pretty easy to fall down (this could be a warnings or dangers tip).
I also recomend you not to climb to the edge, also because the view is the same from every part of the cliff.
After you have seen the outer parts of Buda you can head towards the street in the Forest and with a 3-4 KM of walking you will reach the Bell Valley wich I have already presented you in my other tip.

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