We loved our stay at this hotel. The staff was so accommodating and friendly. Free coffee and bottled water during the day, great breakfast buffet, and workout area with sauna were all wonderful to have after not seeing these at other places we stayed on our trip. Hop-on, Hop-off bus tour was definitely needed for getting to all the sites. We had rented a car, which is perhaps not a good idea in Budapest. Negotiating all the little one-way roads made it difficult to get to the hotel. If you do rent a car, you will absolutely want to have the hotel reserve you a spot in the nearby garage.
Was very pleased with this hotel. Staff were very friendly and our room was good (we upgraded to a deluxe). The breakfast was lovely and there was a great selection. We used the metro, trams and buses during our stay and soon got to grips with it all. Overall we had an enjoyable experience at this hotel and Budapest is wonderful.
We would highly recommend this hotel for anyone looking for a comfortable place to base yourself for a weekend exploring Budapest. We received a warm welcome on arrival and our rooms were spacious and clean. We were celebrating my daughters 21st so the champagne available at breakfast got her day of to a good start and the surprise cake and fizzy wine in the room were much appreciated. The hot tub and sauna in the basement were a great way to rejuvenate after a busy day before heading out for dinner. The hotels location is a bit off the beaten track but only a 5 minute walk from the Metro and a 3 day travel pass only costs £10.
The breakfast was fresh and plentiful with a selection of hot and cold dishes.
Highly recommended all round.
Hotel was very clean. Staff were polite, informative and spoke fluent English. Breakfast was ok, if a little overpriced. The hotel is a comfortable walking distance from Deak Ferenc ter (the main square) where you can get the metro to most parts of Budapest. However there is the Astoria metro station on your doorstep if you don't fancy the walk.
Tesco and cashpoint are very close by. My advice would be not to bother booking a transfer from the airport as in an hour we got 1 bus and 2 trains to the hotels door for only £1.60! The Museum Hotel is both suitably close to all the main sights and attractions and very reasonably priced! We enjoyed our stay thoroughly. 😊
My daughter age 19 years old, and I stayed a week and we found the room clean and nice balcony. Air conditioning was very needed. The staff are a bit hit and miss, some of the front of house reception are quite rude occassionally, and the consierge failed to order our taxi at 8 am we needed for an appointment. all in all, good value for money, and the beautyparlour and treatments are good value. I would recommend staying again, however I would maybe upgrade to a superior room next time as the twins are a bit small ish. Also the restaurant staff very helpful and generally quite nice.
Budapest is a very interesting city, with some excellent restaurants. Most of it is easily walkable. We only used public transport once while visiting areas from Gellert Hill to Margit Island and up to the Heroes Monument.
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The centrally located Hotel Nemzeti Budapest welcomes its guest from November 2012. Enjoy the artistic spirit of Budapest in …More