Best place to stay in Budapest?
  • Can anyone recommend a decent, good value hotel or pension in Budapest? I am want something close to the Danube, and in a traditional Hungarian style rather than a faceless international place. Under $150 per night for sure. I am a wine lover so can also recommend some must-buy Hungarian wines to drink and take back home? Thanks, BB
  • Hi Battaglia,

    In Budapest the Danube area on the Pest side is the most expensive, but check these out:
    - www.charleshotel.hu this is on the Buda side but close to the danube
    - http://cityhotel-matyas-budapest.h-rez.com it has a very good location on the pest side
    - http://www.ohb.hu/judit/index.en.html
    - www.dominikpanzio.hu it is a basic panzio
    - www.medoszhotel.hu this is close to the center, walking distance to the danube
    - www.marcopolohostel.com it is a nice hostel

    I am happy you love wine! Hungary has 22 wine regions and we produce excellent quality wines! what do you like the most? Every region has its specialty. I like the heavy red ones from Villany, or the fruity whites from the Balaton region, but one of the most famous vineyards are on the North-East in the Eger, Tokaj region. But also the small ones can surprise you. When do you plan to travel? It also worth to take a tour out to the vine yards.
    Its hard to recommend "some", we have a few well known wines like the TOKAJI, out of which the sweet aszu is the best, it is almost a liqueur wine. the Bulls Blood of Eger is also a well known dry red wine made after a protected receipt.

    I would suggest to go on a wine tasting, there are several wine bars with tastings in the city, but most of them have tastings from 10 pax on. Go for a meal and wine in to the Borlabor restaurant, www.borlaboretterem.hu.
    http://www.palacecatering.hu/langs/angol/BRK_nyito.html - this is a bit out of the center, but worth a trip.
    here is another wine place in the castle district in Budapest:
    www.magyarborokhaza.hu
    There are a lot more, If you need more info or any other assistance, let me know!
    Enjoy Budapest!

    with kind regards

    Monika

    monika.feher@yahoo.com
    www.exclusivetours.ro
  • Helo,
    There is a private accommodation available in the nice and quiet central location near Heroes' Square and Andrasy avenue. If you want more detalis, pleas contact me at ecocord1@yahoo.com
  • The best option is the flat rental!

    There is one next to the river in the castle district:

    www.budapestsecrtehome.hu
  • For me the best place is still the Budavar Pension www.budavar-pension.com which is a pension/bed and breakfast in an excellent location next to the Fishermen´s Bastion. The view from my room was great, overlooking the Parliament and the hosts were very nice.

    Sandra
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  • Hello! It's always good to hear someone want to visit out country. I hope u will enjoy your stay. So, you are a wine lover, great! Than you must to taste the TOKAJI ASZU ! Don't forget to taste it! That is a sweet special wine! Im sure, you will like it! Everybody love it! :) Me too!

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