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Located in Budapest and with House of Terror reachable within an 11-minute walk, Up Hotel Budapest provides express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a fitness center, free WiFi throughout... Excellent room on the 4th floor, with beautiful view of the Hunyadi Square.
Fully renovated in 2013, the Medos Hotel is located off Andrássy Avenue, just 328 feet away from Liszt Ferenc tér and the Oktogon Metro Station. Wi-Fi is available for free. The room was spacious and clean. Staff was very helpful with everything we needed.
Located on the Pest side in the city center, only 1 block from the UNESCO-protected area, at the crossroads of Andrassy Street and Oktogon, the easyHotel Budapest Oktogon enjoys a privileged location.... The room was small which I knew beforehand and did not mind but the space was very functional.
Set in a central location of Budapest, 1148 feet from the UNESCO-listed Andrassy Avenue and the Kodály Körönd Metro Stop, the Six Inn Hotel offers rooms with attached bathroom and free WiFi access in... Almost everything. Very, very welcoming staff.
Not really a place to fill you with joy and happiness, but well worth a visit to explore some dark times for the country in the not-so-distant past. Worth checking the website for opening times though as I got caught out on my first attempt to visit because it is closed on Mondays. You can get there using public transport but it's an easy enough walk from the city centre, with some nice coffee shops on the way.
Please please please read other reviews. This is awful, a waste of time and money. Crowded and boring if you speak English. It is unorganized and claustrophobic. It makes no sense. The essay reading is real and annoying.
Everyone who comes to Budapest should visit this museum, because it depicts the history of the two regimes that marked the people of the city and the whole Hungary forever. It is a place of remembrance for the victims of the both regimes that suffered for the most of the 20th century.
With a line wrapping around the building, only one of two ticketing cashiers was available. After standing in line for an hour, we were then told to go stand in another line to leave our city backpacks at a coat check. The irony of a communism museum putting us in line after line 🙄. Staff wasn’t friendly. We expected more after reading the rave reviews. I would skip this tour if I had it to do it over again.
This was one of the most well designed museums I have ever visited. The history of the city’s occupation by Nazis and the Red Army was harrowing and fascinating. I stayed for hours and wasn’t ready to leave when it closed.
I really enjoyed visiting here. Gives a really go incite of the history of Hungary behind the iron curtain. Having visited Auchwitz last summer along with visiting here, I feel it shows how much the Eastern European countries suffered during and after WW2
Location was perfect - close to metro station (yellow line) and sightseeing (The Hungarian State Opera House, St. Stephen's Basilica, House of Terror etc). Good restaurants can be found in the area. 24-hour convenience store is just around the corner which is useful when you come back late and are very hungry. Our room was well equipped and clean. Breakfast was good but it could be more varied. Staff is very friendly and helpful.