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Hotels & Apartments In Budapest

Budapest has a wide choice of hotels and apartments tailored that together tailor for any budget. These can be found fairly widely across the city though accommodation in the prestigious ‘district 1’ – the castle district at the top of Castle Hill (the highest part of Budapest) of is limited and thus very expensive. From this area visitors can look down on the Chain Bridge, the Danube and the whole of the Budapest. The view is incredible particularly at night.

On the summit of the hill visitors can stay at the Budapest Hilton which apparently has rooms with this view. The hotel which was built in 70’s architecturally looks out of place in this palatial pinnacle of old Bude especially as it is built amidst the ruins of a 13th century monastery which offer the same view free of charge. If you don’t have a head for heights but are looking for a high class hotel on the Pest side of the Danube the central ‘district v’ other alternatives are The Marriott Hotel or, Kempinski Hotel Corvinus  More realistic pricewise but no less service orientated is the accommodation you can find here:

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Apartments In Budapest

Budapest Hotel Search who have a proven record of good service for over a decade have apartments on their books as well. They are happy tp provide you with hotel accommodation for your first night (useful if you are arriving late) and the apartment accommodation when you have found your feet and Tesco’s the following day.  Completive prices and well situated. Recommended.

 

Hostels In Budapest

The centrally situated Domino Top Hostel has gained a good word of mouth reputation amongst backpackers for budget accommodation which is clean convenient and friendly. It has 4 6 8 bedded rooms and will accommodate groups etc. website. http://en.directrooms.com/hotels/info/2-34-226-33456/

The Marco Polo hostel in the centre of town is another fairly priced hostel which is popular as it has no lock and has some 2 bedded accommodation as well website

Campsite & Camping In Budapest

The facilities in campsites around Budapest and Hungary vary tremendously and are not always of the standards found in Western Europe. Some camps charge an all in price for your stay whilst other charge you a basic price on top of which you have to pay additional charges for facilities such as showers. Not all camps are suitable for young children as they do not have play areas and some do not have very extensive menus.

A good all round site is Romai Camping at Szentendrei út 189, District 111 Budapest Telephone 368 6260. We think this is the biggest campsite in the region – it facilities include a restaurant post office and swimming pool though it has to be said they are not ultra modern. Child friendly and not far from a station if you want to travel the 11km to the central downtown Budapest by train.

Well established in the Bikercamp at Benyovszky Móric utca 4 District V111 Budapest Telephone 333 7059. Bikers from all over Europe can be found here normally in the basement pub! Accommodation is in rooms. Its only 8km from the centre of Budapest which is easily accessed by the nearby Nepliget metro station. 3* but not really suitable for children. Website

The Csillebérci Camping site at Konloly-Thes Miklós u. 21 in District X11 Tel: 275 4033 is a 4 star site about 12 km from the centre of Budapest in the Buda Hills. Closed in the winter – November to March. Long established site, comfortable with lovely surroundings.

 

 

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