Hotels Near Outdoor Museum Budapest In Budapest

2.4/510 Reviews
1.6km from Outdoor museum budapest
The Sashalom Hotel enjoys a quiet location in the green belt of Budapest, a 2-minute walk from the suburban railway. It features a sauna, free parking and free Wi-Fi.All rooms at the Hotel Sashalom have a private bathroom, a TV, a telephone and some rooms even have their own private terrace or balcony.Hungarian and Greek specialities are served in the restaurant featuring a covered terrace.The reception is open 24 hours a day.
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2.2/511 Reviews
1.83km from Outdoor museum budapest
I have spent 2 nights in hotel. The staff was very helpfull. It was my first visit to Budapest, so I was surprisend and very pleased when the hotel manager was giving me detailed guideliens and very good hints what to visit in town. The room was clean and the breakfast was fine. So, it was a great service for the money that I paid. One day I will come back...
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2.7/510 Reviews
3.63km from Outdoor museum budapest
Enjoying a quiet location in the greenbelt of Budapest, the Hotel Palota is a 20-minute ride away by public transport from the centre. It offers free parking and Hungarian cuisine.Each room has a private or a shared bathroom and features a cable TV. Free WiFi is available in the entire building. Some rooms offer air-conditioning at an additional cost.The à-la-carte restaurant serves typical Hungarian dishes and international cuisine. It has a garden terrace, where you can also have breakfast.The M3 motorway is 1.5 km away from the Palota hotel, offering easy access to the centre also by car within 15 minutes. Guests can reach public transport stops within a 2-minute walk, connecting the hotel with the city centre.
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3.5/510 Reviews
3.78km from Outdoor museum budapest
Palota Panzió is located in the 15. Rákospalota district in Budapest, 4.1 km from Heroes' Square. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property.State Opera House is 6 km from Palota Panzió, while St. Stephen's Basilica is 7 km away. The nearest airport is Budapest Liszt Ferenc Airport, 16 km from the property.
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3.5/511 Reviews
3.93km from Outdoor museum budapest
Came here for a mini break with my partner. The room is kept extremely clean and tidy, a lovely hot powerful shower and some toiletries. It also has a safe and a hairdryer. The mini bar is stocked well and is at a reasonable price. The breakfast in the morning is good with a choice of different breads and toasts, cold meats, cheeses, eggs, bacon and sausages. There is cereal and a tea coffee and juice station. The food served after 10am is absolutely beautiful having eaten her one evening after a disappointing meal in the town centre it was faultless from start to finish with excellent service. The hotel reception staff are very kind and friendly and extremely willing to help, they give good advice and help you with any issues, there English is very good and offer 24/7 service. The location is ok if you are prepared for around a 30 min commute into the centre - around a 7 min walk to the train station and then hop on the train for the rest. We brought a 72 hour ticket and it was very cheap. Really reliable trains every two minutes so it’s very convenient. We didn’t mind the walk as it reflects the price of the hotel. Overall a very good value for money hotel with excellent service and excellent food.
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3.7/514 Reviews
4.16km from Outdoor museum budapest
Dont understand what all the negative press is about. We were on the 7th floor which was easy with the elevator. Our room had a sky window so we had quite a decent view. The rooms are comfortable and clean with the bedding and towels changed every morning. The room had aircon, a fridge, a safe, mini bathroom condiments, a hairdryer. There was a moderate hole in the wall but it didn't bother me. So maybe the breakfast options left a lot to be desired but the hotel is next to a bakery!! The location is exceptional. Less than a minutes walk was the metro which I highly recommend using to get around. Theres also street food and shops outside and inside the station. If you're worried about safety then dont.. the hotel is opposite a police station!! I was quite worried after reading the reviews on here but take it from someone who has high standards when it comes to cleanliness...its absolutely fine!! Naomi
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3.2/510 Reviews
4.46km from Outdoor museum budapest
Hotel Richter is conveniently located on the main street near the ‘Keleti’ railway station close to the city centre of Budapest.We offer some single and double rooms with double or twin beds. Our bright and airy rooms are all equipped with sound proof windows, TV-set, telephone, bathroom with shower and some have balconies with view onto the lush green courtyard below.We provide free closed parking in the garden and free breakfast for our guests. Our guests can have their drinks at the bar corner or on the terrace under an old and beautiful chestnut tree and enjoy a piece of serenity.Perfect for business travellers or tourists as we are within walking distance to the main tourist sites of Budapest (Hero’s’ Square, Museum of Fine Arts, Szechenyi Thermal Bath, Vajdahunyad Castle and the most famous and elegant restaurant in Budapest – the Gundel). You can reach the downtown in 10-15 minutes by the public transportation even during the night.  We offer some single and double rooms with double or twin beds. Our bright and airy rooms are all equipped with sound proof windows, TV-set, telephone, bathroom with shower and some have balconies with view onto the lush green courtyard below.  Our guests can have their drinks at the bar corner or on the terrace under an old and beautiful chestnut tree and enjoy a piece of serenity.We serve free continental breakfast from 7 until 10 a.m. in the breakfast hall.
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3.9/513 Reviews
4.66km from Outdoor museum budapest
If you go with low expectations you won't be disappointed. Think 2* not 4*. Rooms tired and a little grubby/smelly with general lack of storage Everything just about works, If you are lucky you might get your room serviced once in a while and occasionally even get your tea/coffee/soaps replenished but don't count on it, so best to take your own. Be early for breakfast because when it's gone it's gone and very busy with sports people who tend to dominate the hotel. If you are a Kreativ Dental guest count yourself lucky if any of the special areas set aside for you are available it's only if the sports teams are not sitting in your area of reception or filling up your breakfast room. The staff much the same as hotel, some ok some not. No one much seems to care but again everything seems to muddle along as it should. Found food mostly unedible in the reception bar, overpriced, overly salty and greasy (and we are not new to Hungarian cusine). Little gift shop in reception useful and tries hard if you can get your head around its opening hours. If I wasn't a Dental Patient I wouldn't stay here as a tourist but serves its purpose as a Kreativ Dental dormatory. Overall not positive but worth remembering although not in the most attractive part of town and if you adjust your expectations accordingly it is only £45 a night per double room in a capital city 15 min cab ride to centre.
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3.8/514 Reviews
4.83km from Outdoor museum budapest
Stayed two nights in this hotel, as part of a 42 strong group visiting Budapest. We had dinner there on the day we arrived, and the food, the drink and overall service was good The room was clean and tidy, though on the small side. Bathroom was a bit of a 'squeeze', and although the sink did not retain water, due to a 'problematic' plug, we managed OK, after stuffing paper around the plug. Impressed with entry access to room, through a 'contactless' scanning system. Safe provided in room was modern and easy to operate.The lift was also very efficient Although the bar area is not large, it is well furnished and comfortable, and the bar staff are friendly and efficient.Also found that despite being immediately adjacent to a major road the noise was not a problem, once inside the building. On the downside:- !) I asked on the the first day and also on the second to be provided with an extra pillow. In each instance I was told that there was a 'spare' in the room. When I advised that this was not the case I was assured that one would be provided. Unfortunately such promises did not result in action and each night I had to stack up my single pillow with a spare duvet. 2) There is an cycle lane, a dangerously short distance from the hotel entrance, which can,at times, be very busy. While there are 'warning notices' in English, time and time again, due perhaps to guests being distracted, or not able to read English, visitors, particularly form Asia, had numerous 'close escapes' with oncoming cyclists 3) The hotel is located in a busy, built up, suburban area. Consequently there is only a small supermarket nearby. Unsurprisingly there are no 'upmarket shops or alternative eating places in the immediate vicinity. However as the location is neither a 'tourist area,' or a central city area, I would not anticipate such amenities. The biggest snag with the location is that it is isolated from the main 'hub' of the city and the surrounding 'sight seeing' places. To reach these our coach journey involved a very slow passage through heavy city centre traffic traffic, to reach, and depart, from our destinations, in regard to the two 'trips' we had selected. 4) Breakfast could be a challenge, when there was a large influx of guests. Indeed finding a seat can be problematic Also there was sometimes a wait for certain items of food to be replenished, and the coffee machine is the slowest I have ever encountered in any hotel. However the food on offer is good and a wide range is provided. My overall opinion is that the ACHAT is a decent enough hotel but the location is not ideal for tourists, and neither is the location of the cycle lane !
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2.9/512 Reviews
4.84km from Outdoor museum budapest
I was in transit try Budapest, and had night in Nap hotel. Had bigger expectations, location terrible, nothing around, food in breakfast poor, almost nothing to serve yourself with. Not worthy of money definitely. Asked taxi service to airport, taxi came before asked time and charged waiting. Room looked clean, but bathroom terrible with leakage everywhere, it's really hotel from second world War that is still trapped in that time.
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4.4/5Excellent14 Reviews
5.43km from Outdoor museum budapest
This was my second stay at Dominik Panzio on a trip to Budapest for a concert. The hotel is convenient for the Budapest Papp Laszlo Arena and national stadium, both only a few minutes' walk away. It's on a quiet street, close to Keleti railway terminus and the end of the main arterial road into Budapest from the west. In maybe 15 minutes, you can also walk to the old centre of Budapest and the Jewish quarter, where are all the "ruin pubs", bars, restaurants, cafes, boutique shops and so on. The hotel is maybe a little old and tired but it is well maintained, clean and very, very cheap. The rooms have shared bathrooms and toilets at the end of the corridor -these were also clean enough. The reception is staffed round the clock and the staff were all very helpful and spoke English quite well. We also made use of their safe stores for luggage and valuables and their free off-road parking. The main advantage of Dominik Panzio is price -it is very cheap indeed! The advertised room rate in reception was 35 euros for a double or twin room but booked in advance via Hotels.com, it cost just EUR 22.50 (plus a city tax of HUF 450 per person per night -approximately EUR 1.50 each). This is cheaper than or equivalent to most hostels' charges for two beds in a dormitory. We had the breakfast in the morning, (07:00-10:00, EUR 4.00 / HUF 1,200 each). It's a buffet and pretty good value: cereals, muesli, fruit, yoghurts, juices, teas, coffee and bread rolls with sliced cheeses, meats, tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers. I would recommend Dominik Panzio for short stays on a budget.
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4.6/5Outstanding15 Reviews
5.43km from Outdoor museum budapest
It’s hard to meet a very good hotel: 1, breakfast is very rich, characteristic elbow meat, various sausages, ham, vegetables, fruits, bread, it is recommended to buy breakfast. 2, there are swimming pools, gyms, hotels at this price point are very difficult to get these facilities, sweating is free to open, although not big but the environment is good 3, there are attractions around, opposite the hotel is an ancient cathedral; about 10 minutes drive from the core scenic spot; 4, the hotel goes out and turns right and then turns right, has been walking, there is a 24-hour convenience store, and two or three Chinese restaurants; 5, the room is large enough, the facilities are complete, the bathroom has two sets of bathing system, there is a bathtub; 6. The lobby is large enough to have facilities such as sofas; Very recommendable.
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4.4/528 Reviews
My wife and I got a good deal from British Airways for flight and 3 nights. I do not know what the standard rate is for a room. The room and bathroom were well designed for space for clothes, cosmetics, etc. The only fault is that the safe is at floor level and I did not want to lie down on the floor to use it, and so valuables remained with me. The air conditioning did not make it cool enough to sleep comfortably. Th WiFi was easy to access but feeble. The room was small and there was only one chair; luckily we only needed the room for sleeping. It was clean as was the bathroom. The buffet breakfast was good with hot and cold choices although there was no choice to ask for anything special, such as fried eggs. The central location was very good. On the whole I would recommend the hotel if you can get a cheap rate and if you only want to sleep in the room.
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4.7/55 Reviews
Looked at many hotels prior to selecting this one and was chosen due to some good reviews so deserve another one. Deliberately booked an executive room for the benefits these rooms come with. Alcoholic beverages for most of the day and a good selection of branded spirits and sparkling wine. The food served throughout the day (and was changed at different times) was adequate though having breaded cheese/breaded cheese with jalapeño as the only "hot" option was a bit monotonous and not very inventive? However there was enough choices to quell your hunger. Staff were vert attentive and applied a very good level of interaction when required. The room 1108 was of a good size with plenty of wardrobe/drawer space and everything you required was either already there or would have been made available on request. As Covid-19 has now taken effect and hotel bookings were down then the management are adjusting services in line with guest/staffing levels so if you manage to get booked in before total shut down (should that happen) you might like to E mail the hotel directly to get an up to date picture of what is/is not available.Many tourist attractions were closing down or reduced operating hours - so you would be well advised to check before you go to avoid disappointment? We stayed for 4 nights from Thursday 12-Monday 16th March 2020 and had great weather which enabled us to walk to the tourist attractions we had chosen and would have covered approximately 20 miles in the 4 days. This was our choice as public transport is really good and of course there are many options available to get you to certain attractions - all at a cost of course! So, in summary, a very good hotel with good staff and facilities and we would definitely stay here in the future.
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4.2/57 Reviews
I have been thinking hard about the rate for this hotel and i decided to give them a three and the reason is because of the room and the staff at reception. Staff at the reception told us that we got an upgrade but it honestly didn’t feel like it to us. The room was regular, nothing special with it, just a room for two people exactly what we booked. The room was on the first floor and you could hear everything through the walls even outside on the street and it was busy both with drunk people and traffic. We did not get much sleep during our stay. The staff at reception barley spoke or said anything to the guests coming in and going out from the hotel. But the breakfast on the other hand was great and the staff at the breakfast were nice. Gym was ok and my friend like the pool area as well. Overall ok hotel but i wouldn’t go back.
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4.3/517 Reviews
We spent 4 nights at the hotel in mid February 2020, just prior to Covid-19 starting to cause havoc around the world. The hotel is centrally located on Deak square, right next to a major Metro hub. We booked a Club room using 62K points a night, but as no Club rooms were available, we received a Deluxe room with a view and Club benefits – room 724. Check in was quick and we were able to check in as early as 11:15AM. We were offered an upgrade to a suite for an exuberant sum, which we declined. Our room was a very spacious corner connecting room on the 7th floor with views to the Budapest Eye and the Basilica. It featured 2 queen beds, a large TV (with very few decent channels), a work desk and chair, a sofa and a coffee table, a minibar, a safe and some fine lighting elements. The bathroom was large with a tub, toilet, shower (with a rather weak water pressure), sink and Asprey amenities (the Purple Water series). Unfortunately, after the 1st night, the bathroom started smelling of sewage and urine, and despite reporting this, it was not resolved throughout our stay. Housekeeping was pretty average with sheet not being replaced (despite asking for them to be replaced), missing amenities we had to repeatedly ask for, and a torn towel and sheet. The shaking from the Metro were felt in the room, as was the noise. There was zero isolation from the street noise (and Deak square is VERY noisy throughout the day and night and lorries constantly beep when unloading goods at the hotel’s side), zero isolation from the connecting room (which felt VERY embarrassing at times…) and no decent light-proofing at all. The hotel featured a nice gym and a beautiful small pool with a tiny hot tub, which was open until 10PM. The pool was too cold for comfort (at 28 degrees) and the hot tub was only 36 degrees. There were barely any loungers next to the pool, which means the place was packed when 10 people were there. The Club lounge is located on the 8th floor and is open from the early morning until 10PM. It features an all day hot and cold drinks and some nibbles. Breakfast was VERY poor with very little to choose from (we were not given the option to have breakfast at the downstairs restaurant). Brunch included soup, sandwiches and salads. Afternoon tea time featured some pastries and sweets. Dinner was a small buffet with several hot and cold choices to choose from. Desserts were rather average generic desserts with nothing authentic nor Hungarian. Unfortunately, the hotel’s policy is to allow children at the lounge at all times, which totally destroys the atmosphere, especially in the late evening (unless your idea of fun is screaming children running all over the place and their parents ignoring them). The attendants at the lounge, however, were charming, and even offered us 2 bars of chocolate upon checking out. Bottom line – while this is a good hotel, we expected much, much more from a Ritz Carlton, but it seems th
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FromUS$334
4.3/564 Reviews
The hotel that lives here is all kinds of food downstairs. European restaurants and bars and cafes can be easily entered. There is no need to worry about the remote places. The value can be played, but eating and drinking can not be guaranteed. Some coffee is difficult to drink and people suspect that they bought it at the roadside stalls in the four-tier cities in China. The food is even worse. It is best to study the next cat eagle. The shopping street of LV and other big names is far away, but the pedestrian shopping street is just downstairs. The scenic spots are really just a foot lift. It is about 2 kilometers away from the Danube River. It’s time to stroll around and eat and watch the walk. The real name suggests this sandwich shop near the hotel, the foie gras must be tasted, the most famous in Hungary is foie gras. Try the fried foie gras.
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4.7/516 Reviews
Located 10 minutes walk from the Deak Ferenc ter bus stop -100E (be sure to get the airport ticket, a cost of 900huf at the time kf this writing), this hotel is in a great location for tourists. Lots of places to eat authentic Hungarian food around, short walk to the Danube River (I walked across 2 bridges and walked to the castle) and a lot of places to see around. I was solo and the room was more than big enough. Very clean bathroom, room was great. Staff was always friendly and accommodating. Clean sheets, clean blankets and clean shower. There is a restaurant on in the lobby, but did not eat there. I arrived before 11am so my room wasn't ready, but the front desk stored my bags which allowed me time to explore. Very happy I stayed at this hotel and would stay again. Budapest is a beautiful city! Before the staff elevator, pictured, as it is confusing!!
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