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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 May 2010

We were booked into Atlas by an agent and were a bit worried before arriving. The hotel fit our needs perfectly. We were on a stag do. The place is cheap and cheerful. We walked down a fairly quiet street to the main high street in 5-10 minutes. We found everything we needed there. We used triple rooms to cut...

1Thank Sammy1023
Reviewed 16 March 2010

There was alot of construction going on on the second floor, mainly around rooms 215 and 213!? The furniture was very sub-standard, especially the beds and light fittings. also the mini bar fridges didn't work very well. the breakfast was like something from a tramps soup kitchen!!! The area around the hotel is like beirut back in the eighties! be...

Thank fathertedbath
San Diego, CA
Reviewed 5 November 2009

This hotel is located ten minutes walk from a busy Metro station and tram terminal, and about 5 mins. away from the Keleti train station. From there it is one metro stop to the Great synagogue and two to the Parliament. So it is not centrally located, on the other hand the neighborhood is generally quiet, although the tram on...

1Thank mth_man
East Sussex
Reviewed 25 September 2009

The Atlas is reasonable value in a city which is becoming more expensive very quickly. Our double room was large and reasonably furnished except for lack of shelves or counters, particularly in the bathroom and no hairdryer. The back rooms are quiet and there is a spacious bar/lounge area downstairs. Although trams run outside the hotel, it's a 10 minute...

1Thank dianagray
Reviewed 9 August 2009

Location rather out of the way- it is a 25 minute walk to the 'town centre' the rooms were fine for the low price. Watch out for the rather dismal 'cooked breakfast' and steer clear of the sausages, a good vet would have them barking/moo-ing. Dont let the receptionist order you a taxi, the taxi will arrive, the driver will...

1Thank ladiesman217
Reviewed 28 July 2009

Noise from the street is a little bit disturbing (especially when you're trying to sleep). Can't spend time in the hotel, because there is nothing to do... but a bar at downstairs.

Thank HESSUJoensuu
Reviewed 19 June 2009

we came to this hotel with an open mind as we did get a good deal when booking. when we arrived we were a bit disappointed though as we had been told it was in the city centre however it was about 20 to 30 mins walk to the actual centre. it is worth going into the main area at...

Thank snorklebum
Reviewed 15 June 2009

+ Really, really friendly stuff! :o) + Air-contioned rooms - rooms were sooo dusty and dirty! We stayed there with 10 months old baby and we couldn't let her on the floor at all. And also if you self are allergic, don't book a room from here! *Jaiks!* - Surrounding of the hotel was also really untidy. Only the centrums...

Thank Ripirii
Reviewed 24 March 2009

Beware of this hotel for a lot of diffrent reasons,1 not in the city center,2 a fare walk 2 metro,3 area around hotel is poor and i wnt walk around after 6 on your own.Says hotel more like a hostle.The staff very helpfull with directions and questions.we would come back to Budapest but diff area.

1Thank blade123Athlone
St Albans, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 March 2009

8 of us stayed here early march'09 for a Stag Do. For what we needed it for it was fine. I wouldn't have liked it if i had come with my wife for a weekend though. But for those looking for reasonably cheap accomodation and don't mind too much what it's like or where it is then go for it....

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The three-star Atlas City Hotel is located in Budapest city centre, adjacent to the Grand Boulevard, only 600m away from Blaha Lujza M2 red metro station and a 15-minute walk from Keleti Pályaudvar, international railway station, near pubs, restaurants and popular public areas. Atlas City Hotel’s spacious, well-equipped rooms, all with adjustable air-conditioning and en-suite bathrooms, are ideal for individual travellers, groups and business travellers alike. There are non-smoking rooms. The hotel has enclosed secure parking facilities for guests arriving by car. The popularity of the Atlas City Hotel is due to the highest level of service, homely atmosphere, central location in Budapest, as well as our competitive prices. The staff’s goal is to satisfy our guests’ needs and we sincerely hope to win your approval, and welcome you at the Atlas City Hotel Budapest in the near future. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Atlas City Hotel

Address: Nepszinhaz utca 39 - 41, Budapest 1081, Hungary
Region: Hungary > Central Hungary > Budapest
Price Range: $41 - $140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Atlas City Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 136
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