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Unfriendly staff, no way of calling the reception and WE GOT ROBBED!!! Someone entered our room and stole our money. I wouldn't recommend this hotel even if someone paid me to. WiFi only on the "lobby" and they turned it off at night when I...More
This was the second time we spent a single night in the Bara hotel in Budapest. The last time the stay has been ok. Unfortunately this time, the stay has been horrible!
Firtst, a general feedback on the hotel itself:
- Rooms are small and...More
We made last minite booking to Bara Junior. When we arrived late in the night , we were very welcomed and got the room in 3 star Bara instead of 2 star Junior. The mini bar was packed with drinks at reasonable price, the breakfast...More
We booked the hotel as it was reasonably priced and Although we thought it would be basic we hoped it would be clean. When we arrived the room was depressing, there was a bad smell, a used cotton bud on the floor and the duvet...More
I have stayed in the Bara hotel during 3 nights in a 3 bedded room.
My room was on a fifth floor, that is, penthouse. There is very very small elevator that reaches only 4th floor, so if you have some big luggage, be aware...More
US$30 - US$185 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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