Apartment on Raday Utca, Central Budapest, Hungary - Beside Metro, Buses & Trams & Indoor Market
- english, Hungarian
I'm a private owner living in Dublin Ireland but consider lovely Budapest my second home. I initially visited eight years ago to have dental work done and loved it so much I decided to purchase an apartment. When I'm not there I rent it to help pay the bills!... It's great to hear back from guests telling me how much they loved staying in such a beautiful property (if I say so myself) and that they enjoyed the delights of Budapest. Before guests decide to book and afterwards I'm delighted to make recommendations about transport, restaurants, the best baths to visit and any other question that may have. Pat
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Broken bed very dated furnishings
This is a one bedroom apartment with one double bed..
The so called second bedroom was the living room the bed was a pullout very dated settee that had a broken missing leg I found half a bag of cement to prop it up.. the pillow cases had stains on I had to make up the spare bed myself
furniture is very dated could do with being updated stayed in lots better and cheaper apartments in Budapest.
The apartment has ashtrays but no smoking signs my mum smoked on the balcony like she normally does when we’re away we emptied the ashtray into the rubbish bag in the apartment before we left.. I got a very rude Whatsapp message from the owner saying the cleaner had said my mum smoked in the apartment which is a lie (yes there was cigarette buts in the rubbish bag these where from smoking outside and yes we washed your ashtrays) then very rudely blocked me before I could reply.
We cleaned that apartment washed all dishes and left all rubbish in a bag to be taken out by your cleaner.
I wouldn’t stay here again dated furnishing broken uncomfortable bed strange service hatch in kitchen that maybe other apartments can access there’s a lot cheaper nicer 2 bedroom apartments in Budapest..
THERE IS ONLY ONE USABLE DOUBLE BED NOT SUITABLE FOR TWO ADULTS WANTING TWO BEDROOMS
It was such a treat staying here... everything you need is a few steps away... try the pizza restaurant one block north. Amazing!
Beautiful apartment, excellent location, well informed and helpful
host . Thank you very much, Abris!
Thank you, I'm happy you had a pleasant visit to our city.
Come back soon
Old World Elegance - Modern Convenience
We were more than pleased with this apartment, communications with owner and on-site management. The apt. was clean and roomy plus located in a "happening", convenient location. Abris was most helpful, even replaced some spent light bulbs when we checked in and dropped us at the train station when we left. We had everything we needed for a lovely stay in Budapest.
Thank you, I hope you had a happy and safe onward journey.
Loved the property. Older building charm but all conveniences we needed. Great central location.
Thank you for your kind review and happy you enjoyed our beautiful city.
Six Days In August
We were very pleased. The flat was very clean and comfortable. We really enjoyed the neighborhood and little balcony.
Special interest holidays:
Budapest's famous it's Spas - Historical Buildings - the Danube walks and boat trips.
For dental care please contact the owner for more details and recommendations.
Liszt Ferencz International Airport is located 16km (10 miles) southeast of Budapest a 20min journey from Budapest and the Taxi cost €21
You will be given the keys, door codes and shown around. Payment is in full on arrival.
As one of Europe's truly great capital cities, first time visitors are usually overwhelmed by the sheer beauty of the city. Divided in two by the Danube, the numerous vantage points from hilly Buda and Óbuda offer spectacular views of a flat, busy, sprawling Pest on the river's eastern bank A city that manages to surprise and enthral in equal measure, reminders of Budapest's rich and often tragic history are ever present. Indeed, the scars of the nation's crushed 1956 uprising (which have yet to fade from the nation's psyche) are still evident from the many bullet hole ridden buildings around the city. Of course, one hopes that now, following Hungary's accession to the EU on 1 May 2004, its younger citizens can take advantage of the opportunity and stability that lie ahead in a united Europe.
Certainly, since the move to parliamentary democracy in 1990, Budapest has witnessed rapid change. Sizeable investment from the west, coupled with a greater choice of goods and services means that daily life is now little different to any other major city in Europe. Of course, this leap into a "brave new world" has also brought problems too. A renewed sense of vibrancy and pride has taken hold, with many of the fine apartment blocks that turned Vienna and Budapest into two of Europe's most beautiful cities (during the early 1900s) now being restored to their former glory.
And, most importantly, the city has retained its unique character, while the locals remain just as polite, stubborn and individualistic as ever.