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Had a fantastic time in Budapest ... walked miles and saw lots of interesting things. Budapest is a beautiful city, with fabulous buildings some of which are looking a little tired and showing the signs of their history.
Enjoyed Tosca at the Hungarian State Opera, visited the Hungarian Parliament building which is very beautiful, visited …
... used to be two separate cities that combined in the late 19th century (I think) when they became part of the Austro-Hungarian empire established by the Hapsburgs in Vienna. I was staying in Pest, which is newer, and the castle complex is on the hilly Buda side (much older, circa Roman Empire times). The Hungarian wine and champagne festival was happening in the castle complex and I figured this was a good place to sample some Hungarian food ...
We arrived in Budapest a couple of days ago. Our hotel here is amazing, it is a small hotel and café styled like a turn of the century Paris apartment, complete with huge ceilings and freestanding bath. Very cool. Its called the Gerloczy Rooms de Lux. We have done so much since we arrived. The sights on the Buda hill were the highlight so far (Budapest is divided into 2 sides, Buda and Pest). The Mathias church has vibrant and colourful stained glass. The Basilica is huge ...
... the end of July; Zagreb to Zadar to Split. I also went and got my train ticket to Zagreb for Monday. I later found out that the wise thing to go when booking a long distance train is to reserve a seat, for an extra 5 bucks. I didn't learn this until after I had the ticket. Hopefully I won't be sitting in the aisle for the 6 hour trip on Monday...I guess we'll see.That night I took a "red tour" which highlighted the Soviet sights around the ...
... cobbled streets and stared at all the impressive buildings and then came across a real gem – a corridor in an old castle had been converted into a long bar with a string quartet playing at one end. Panoramic views and strong cocktails made for a particularly enjoyable late afternoon.
Our first evening in Budapest was probably the best we’ve had on our trip so far. It began with drinks in a pop-up bar in the middle of a courtyard with ...
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Wäre am liebsten eingezogen!
Das ist wirklich die angenehmste Unterkunft in Budapest! Sehr geschmackvoll eingerichtet, eine wunderbare Dachterrasse, auf der von Frühstück bis DVD-gucken alles möglich ist.
Das Personal ermöglicht nahezu alle Wünsche, von Stadttouren bis hin zu speziellen Frühstückswünschen, auf eine sehr liebevolle, persönliche Art.
Nous avons passé une semaine dans un cadre exceptionnel. La localisation de cette pension à Pest est déjà un avantage. Cette partie de la ville étant la plus dynamique est la mieux desservie par les transports en commun. Elle se trouve de plus tout près de l'avenue Andrassy, axe prestigieux qui est extrêmement commode pour comprendre la géographie de Budapest (il mène directement aux bains Széchenyi, les meilleurs de la capitale à notre avis).
Just stop looking for somewhere to stay and book this. Gay, straight, it doesn't matter, the place is gorgeous, you'll be pampered, advised where to go, eat, bathe - and above all you will look forward to arriving back there after a day of museums and palaces.
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We stayed there 2 night in July 2007, and quite simply this was the best guesthouse I have ever been to. The owners are the kindest and most helpful people you could meet. The place is stylish, quiet, friendly, perfectly located... The terrace is awesome, the breakfast is fantastic, the building is renovated with the greatest taste. But above all it is the atmosphere of the place and the lovely owners that will make your stay memorable. It is gay friendly but you don't have to be gay to enjoy it! Budapest is an amazing town, Kapital Inn makes it even better.
For the ladies, if you go to Budapest, the place to stay is the Kapital Inn. We found the Kapital Inn on-line at purpleroofs.com. It had only opened about a month prior to our arrival in May. We contacted them directly and they didn't have the room we wanted originally but they worked it out for us and we got just what we asked for.
My partner and I had a fantastic four day stay at the Kapital Inn this past June. We booked several months in advance as part of a multi-city tour of Eastern Europe. Kapital Inn was by far one of our most memorable stops during our travels. The warm and lively owners (Scott and Albert) were outstanding hosts, offering everything from recommendations of places to see and dine, delicious breakfasts and of course turning us onto the new and hot gay bars in the area.
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First things, first - If you've made your hotel reservations elsewhere for Budapest - cancel them and book at Kapital Inn.
About the place - you feel like you've escaped to a day spa when you walk in their doors. The hosts, Albert and Scott, have taken care of every detail in their B&B and take the same care of their guests. They have put much thought into making their Inn unique.
The location is near a metro and tram stop making getting around very easy. Breakfast every morning was creative and filling - ranging from chocolate French toast, omelets, cereal, and fresh fruit.
Thumbs up to everything! Kapital Inn made our 5 night stay in Budapest much more special than imagined.
We found this B&B by chance through Google. It is recently opened and is a real find. The guest rooms are on the top floor, surrounding a fabulous roof top terrace. The terrace is partially covered, very private and cannot be overlooked. It has a large screen TV, with a big selection of DVD's or loads of international channels. You can have a candle lit dinner on the terrace, with good hungarian food prepared by the host (Albert). I recommend the fruit soup! The room is large, decorated to a high standard and contains also a flat screen TV with DVD. The bathroom is tiled with a shower big enough for 2! The bed is large and comfortable. There is a kitchen area next to the terrace with a "help yourself" fridge with drinks and snacks, fresh fruit daily.