As a special gift, we give our guests a unique and extensive electronic guide to the apartment and the city!Guest access
Grand spaces for the ultimate comfort of up to four people. And unique extras include a bathtub right in the middle of a big balcony for outdoor dining and a chilling opening from the big living room. Both bedrooms come with en suite bathrooms. But to boost, there are separate bathroom and guest toilet openings from the foyer. If you plan a movie night, all bedrooms and the living room have a big-screen smart TV. A separate dining area and a big kitchen are equipped with everything - and we truly mean everything.
This is one of our newest and best apartments (and we only have good ones), so please don't hesitate to reserve now if your dates are still available.
The entire space is included in this rental. Please, make yourself at home.Additional notes
Please remember that you're staying in a house, not a hotel. Please treat the space and the neighbors with respect. If any problems arise, we will do our best to take action ASAP, but no one is living on-site 24/7.Guest interaction
We have services that match the quality of the apartment. We are here to help answer all your questions before and during the reservation. Neighborhood overview
You can easily order plenty of services through our welcome form sent after the reservation.
We have a concierge service ready to help you with your stay. With emergencies, you can also reach our 24/7 support line and email.
We also have our transfer service for a fairly reasonable price that makes traveling in the city and check-in as smooth as possible.
You will be in the heart of Budapest on Erzsebet Boulevard at Kiraly street. The Oktogon and the Nyugati railway station and square (both are major public transport hubs) are just a few minutes from the apartment. Most tourist attractions are also within walking distance! Also, you are at the edge of the Old Jewish District (with many synagogues and Jewish establishments), which is currently the hippest area of Budapest with the World famous Ruin Bars and many of the best entertainment and dining options in Budapest. Getting around
Including (but by far, this is not a complete list):
Nyugati railway station (Nyugati square) - 10 minutes
Andrassy boulevard - 3 minutes
Liszt Ferenc square - 5 minutes
Oktogon square - 3 minutes
Opera house - 10 minutes
Music Academy - 3 minutes
Kiraly street - 0 minutes
Deak Ferenc/Elisabeth square - 15 minutes
St. Stephen Basilica - 15 minutes
Dohany Street Grand Synagogue - 10 minutes
National Museum - 20 minutes (10 minutes with public transport)
Parliament - 25 minutes (10 minutes with public transport)
Chain Bridge and Szechenyi (ex Roosevelt) square - 20 minutes (10 minutes with public transport)
Buda Castle, including the St. Matthias Church and the Fishermen's Bastion - half an hour (15 minutes taking public transportation)
Oktogon and Nyugati square are significant public transportation hubs that should give you plenty of options to travel to other corners of Budapest if you so desire. While if you arrive by train, Nyugati square is home to Nyugati (Western) Railway station. Keleti railway station is 15 minutes by using public transportation.