Where: All-4U Apartments

Verdict: I was traveling with my friend in Budapest and we decided that as its a city where your money goes further we’d split an apartment for 4 nights and take a break from hostel life although funnily enough the Wombats (probably one of the best known hostels in Budapest) was literally 1 minute walk from where we stayed.

It can be a little tricky to find the reception to check in as it is likely your apartment itself will be in a different building however the location is great and the apartments are situated around a selection of restaurants and bars. Which means, at night it can be EXTREMELY loud until about 2am. If this is something that will bother you I’d recommend perhaps looking elsewhere.

Besides the noise though our apartment was great! There was one bedroom with a double bed and a fold out in the living room too. The kitchen was clean and had a good range of utensils. It even had a washing machine so if you have the time to let your clothes air dry this is a handy thing.

The bathroom was also well looked after and pretty modern and the place was decently sized for the studio description. It was also quite secure in that you needed a pin code to enter the building since locals are the main inhabitants.

Location: The location was fantastic, the apartments are in the Jewish quarter and walking to the main area of town where the majority of dining and shopping options are only takes around 10 minutes. The Danube is about the same distance away.

Price: From 20 EUR (30 AUD) per night for a studio apartment however while we were there in June it was more like 40 EUR (58 AUD) which is still fantastic value in my opinion but prices can vary depending on season. There are 2 & 3 bedroom apartments available also. Payment has to be in cash upon arrival. Breakfast is an option for 5 EUR per person at a cafe nearby to the apartment buildings.

The details:
1075 (7th district) Budapest, Holló utca 12-14
Reception: 2nd floor 208

Ph: +36-20-240-46-21 or +36-1-7004108



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