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TravelPod Member ReviewsEurostars Budapest Center
Stayed here in Mid-November. Hotel was wonderfully located near the City Centre. It was only a short walk to most of the tourist attractions.
For the most part staff was very courteous with some exception. When we checked in the woman at the front desk was wonderful about quickly changing our rooms because we didn't want to be on the main road side of the hotel due to some noise. We were put into a room which we found out later that the heat only went on and could not be turned down. This meant that the room went up to 25C at one point. The reception staff we called told us just to open the window. Quick fix yes, but not the best alternative.
Breakfast was up and down. First day was bacon and eggs with cereal, breads, and fruit. Next day eggs with mushrooms and half the breads were gone with no fruit. Last day there the coffee machine died. So all in all ups and downs. Was nice to have a relatively cheap place to eat right in the hotel.
Shower had great temp and water pressure though if you have any issues raising your leg above about 2 feet you might have a bit of trouble getting into the shower.
All in all pretty good overall.
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