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Cheap places to stay at in Budapest

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11 years ago, August 22nd 2008 No: 1 Msg: #46434  
I'm looking for a cheap hotel/hostel for two person: me and my boyfriend. We want to spend 2 weeks in Hungary, and we need an accomodation in Budapest.
We are planning to visit other cities/places where we can go hiking in daytime, so we only would like to sleep and get some food at the hotel, we'd prefer cheaper places, but not a messy stinky hostel if it is possible!

If you have other good suggestions i would be very grateful! (About the people, money, crime)
Thanks a Lot!

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11 years ago, August 22nd 2008 No: 2 Msg: #46436  
Hi Marla!

I stayed here: http://uk.video.yahoo.com/watch/3049615/8703000
We spent 7 days there with my couple of friends, and it was so good because it's near to the Western Railway Station and it's in the city centre😊 we only paid 15€/per nights for two of us. i think it's enough to afford.
The hotel is called EasyHotel.We found it abput this funny video. Reply to this

10 years ago, December 28th 2008 No: 3 Msg: #58459  
Consider a private apartment. I rented from this guy named Tamas and he is amazing. Low prices and great locations. Some of his apartments are fancy and most are basic. Price matches the quality - in other words - all are a good value. Many of the Budapest people that are in the tourism business try to screw the customer. This guy doesn't do that. www.rentinhungary.com Reply to this

10 years ago, April 24th 2009 No: 4 Msg: #70785  
I know Red Bus Hostel in the downtown. Stayed there before and are good! no-party, clean and safe. www.redbusbudapest.hu
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9 years ago, August 24th 2009 No: 5 Msg: #84171  
last time i travel to budapest i lived in a hostel the name is called florian hostel. there have free internet and free call and free kitchen and 24 hot water also for free especially close to the long distance bus station also close to the keleti trainstation the price is 12 euro. you just from Nepliget busstation take the number 1 tram just one station go dowm at the Vajda Peter street you can find it Reply to this

9 years ago, August 28th 2009 No: 6 Msg: #84548  
I have to agree with dragon12. I also stayed at florian hostel, it is a great cheap place. You should take it into consideration.

Regards,
EuropeWord Reply to this

9 years ago, January 26th 2010 No: 7 Msg: #101251  
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Go to www.easyhotel.com. Stayed there before and just booked a room there for this summer again. Two nights cost me 34 EUROS! Tiny rooms, but clean and safe. Great location. Reply to this

9 years ago, January 27th 2010 No: 8 Msg: #101360  
The Buda Hills are where you will find many of Budapest's panzios. These are usually family-run guest houses. The standards can, and do, range from being almost hostel-like to very luxurious indeed. Staying at a panzio is a great way to meet the locals. One of the best, with stunning views of the twinkling city below, is the Molnar Panzio. Reply to this

9 years ago, February 8th 2010 No: 9 Msg: #102958  
I am offering selected budget hotels/pensions around budapest and the balaton lake. Click my profile if interested. From 27EUR (bed&shower) to max 55-60 EUR. Generally, for about 40-50 EUR, you get a mint room with a decent breakfast (ham&eggs&bacon...), internet, tv, shower and fridge included. For 20-30 EUR, you get a skunkhole. Pleasure to be on your service. Reply to this

9 years ago, March 2nd 2010 No: 10 Msg: #105530  
Hi!

We stayed in Budapest in a Hotel called 'Best Western' where we had a good time (as well as in Budapest too of course😉), it was quiet cheap for that quality, the crew were extremely friendly, and it was in the city.. 55/60 EUR for a room with two bed, good transport opportunities with a metro station nearby. More information in their website, http://www.hotelart.hu/ Reply to this

9 years ago, April 4th 2010 No: 11 Msg: #107966  
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Private apartment would be a good choice, it is cheaper than hotel and more comfort. I recommend Balcony Apartment, it is perfect location, near to Margaret island and Houses of Parliament. Wonderful bathroom with corner bath tub and two balconies. Super quiet, facing a green garden.
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9 years ago, April 9th 2010 No: 12 Msg: #108337  
I'm looking into backpacking around also. Would anyone be able to tell me reviews on the Big Fish Hostel, LOCOMOTIVE light hostel, or Amazing Hostel and Amazing Double . All look like prime locations but I trust us blogger better for advise. Reply to this

9 years ago, August 17th 2010 No: 13 Msg: #117681  
Hotel Medosz

Cheap option for 2-3 days in Budapest.
Situated conveniently for city centre, not far from Heros Square on Andrashi utci
15 mins walk from Dunube river (ne znayu kak pishetsya) with lots of cafes and restaurants near by
Easy to walk around to see all the main places of interest. Clean streets, interesting buildings and museums.

We had a standard room, but when we were leaving, out driver said that we should have upgraded, which is not that expensive. One thing was the gaps between the doors. We heard conversations in the corridor, running water next door, etc., which made sleeping near to impossible, we only fell asleep closer to morning. It is ok for a few nights.

There are Russian speaking people on reception. Everyone is very polite and always try to help the best they can even when speaking in very broken English. Overall, we like hotel service very much.

We only had breakfast in the hotel, which was very nice.

We recommend the hotel, you won't regret making this choice.
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8 years ago, January 5th 2011 No: 14 Msg: #125984  
Hey there 😊

The Easy Hotel has good reviews, so I would probably go there when in <snip> Budapest if I were on a budget travel!
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8 years ago, March 25th 2011 No: 15 Msg: #131996  
<snip> we would love to see u guys check out our sight only 28öö huf per night 10 euros
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