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5 Flights of stairs to get to Room ,or a lift that's so slow you wished you had walked
Breakfast was bread and some bad egg and radio active sausages
or ham and cheese this hotel is a 20 min walk across the bridge to...More
The hotel is very old and the rooms are not very clean. Reception was nice and gave us an upgrade for the room. It was big but not very nice. First level has iron in front of the window. Gave us a save feeling. We...More
The Bara Junior is attached to the 3-star Bara by a long corridor, with the same lobby and restaurant. I stayed there a week and was lucky to get room 123, on the top floor with a balcony and a great view of the back...More
Once I get there the receptionist lost my reservation, then me and my friends were put in a very dirty room under restructuraction. The day after they gave us another room, nice and clean. Last day they said that I didn't pay when I paid...More
This hotel is situated in Buda and is well served by buses (also by night buses). If you take the bus 8 or 112 at Avar Utca stop, just a few meters from the hotel, you can easily get to the Ferenciek Tere metro station....More
US$27 - US$871 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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