As good as it gets as far as hostels are concerned. It’s located on a quiet-ish, broad-ish street well within the Small Boulevard. Váci utca lies a couple of minutes’ walk in one direction and the Great Synagogue a short hop in the other.
There are single, double and triple rooms, as well as small dormitories with bunks. Rooms are clean and decorated in a fetching shade of raspberry.
In a word, ‘cheerful’. The reception area has murals of green vines painted on its lemon-coloured walls, and there are comfy sofas and rugs on the shiny parquet floors. You can make use of the computer station next to the reception desk free of charge. Elsewhere the hallways are adorned with vivid paintings of flowers.
Eating and drinking
Breakfast is included in the price. There’s a fully-equipped kitchen available for use by the guests, and free tea and coffee during the day.
I have always found the staff helpful.
Who stays there
Backpackers and others on a budget.
- Backpackers / Students
- No fuss
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Clean and cheerful
- No en suite rooms