Aquamarina Boat Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Aquamarina Boat Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Aquamarina Boat Hotel Budapest
Travel Blogs from Budapest
... who walked up to where the train stopped rather than waiting with the rest of cabbies at the taxi stand. He was legitimate, just enterprising. I also paid more than I think I should have but I didn't care at this point . . . I just wanted to crawl in bed and pamper my nose.
My hotel in Budapest was the Radisson Blu Beke and I liked it very much! My long time ...
... by what I found on my walk. I first came across a memorial for Victims of the Holocaust. What I realised was that it seems to be very controversial as the word 'victims' is somewhat misleading, as this could be anybody, when this was clearly commemorating the Jews that were killed. So in front of the memorial I realised that somebody had put a big sign with the demand to take the memorial down as it does not tell the whole horrible truth of the Hungarian involvement ...
... in the nearby castle grounds. This rather pretty castle (probably amazing for someone who hasn't seen 1 million castles/churches/cathedrals ---- ABC....another bloody C), was housing some delightful market stands (Steph LOVES a market) and we were able to try our hand at some local delicacies. I picked the Langos, deep fried dough with sour cream and cheese. Steph opted for the chimney stack bread, rolled in sugar and cinnamon. Of course we ...
... it is dark (same as in Budapest and Rome). After a quiet meander in the streets around the hotel we ended up on Graben, a major pedestrian mall in the city. The place was absolutely heaving with visitors and locals alike, but it was a great atmosphere. The main streets have wonderful Christmas decorations and in Graben half the street was devoted to people selling Christmas trees. Generally the trees have a lovely shape but they have ...
... day in the city, we had an important errand to run. My camera lens had broken while in Slovakia and we desperately needed a replacement, or a new camera. Luckily, after a lot of research I was able to find a new lens at a camera store in the Castle District of the city. Afterwards, we stayed in the Castle district and saw the gorgeous Fisherman's bastion. The Fisherman’s Bastion was built for the Hungarian Millennium celebrations and boasts turrets like ...