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... more sheltered here and although the rain persisted it was a pleasant walk along the cobbled streets past local folk trying to sell goods. Having said that the goods on sale were beautiful, lots of shops selling paprika of course and the renowned embroidery of Hungary - so much temptation. We visited the ceramic museum, this was the life's work of Margit Kovacs and it was outstanding. After her death she bequeathed her works to Sentendre and there was so much to see. Sentendre ...
... got to taste some of their great tasting cheese. Piet and Marget Kromwijk and their children live further north on the peninsula Usedom. Twenty years ago Art worked for them during the summer. It doesn't take long to feel like we had only been their last year. On the way we also call in at The Brij family. It was only a short stop but well worth the D-tour. In Poland we caught up with Willem Kroft and Natalia and their children. Willem is a friend from our study ...
... in 2004 to commemorate Hungary joining the UE. The sand is meant to trickle for a year and then get reset every New Years Eve but it didn’t look like it was running an was half way with only 4 days until NYE!
Bit disappointed we headed back to the train and went home. Liz and I did a bit of exercise while our muscles were bit limbered up by the baths, but it was still hard work.
After warm showers we got ready for dinner out. We ...
... went on a pub crawl. I got back to the hostel around 3am.
last day we had to check out by 10am (this was painful) then some of us went to places we didnt get to on the tour. 4 more hours of walking. then it bucketed down rain! and wind! so we ran back to wait for the bus at the hostel.
7pm we got on the bus and came home. I got home by midnight and it was a good weekend once i was able to relax :)
... We grabbed our passports out of our main bags and put them in my handbag, because we just weren't comfortable leaving them in the hostel!! So we went downstairs, and walked up to the oktagon and went to a place called Oktagon Bisztró for lunch. It was an all-you-can-eat place, but the prices were cheaper than yesterdays lunch in the city (apparently thats the expensive tourist area!) so we got a table and a drink then took it in turns to grab ...
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Enjoyed the stay
My daughter and I had a great time in Budapest in July 2005. The staff of the hotel was very friendly and helpful. At breakfast we had a wide selection of food, a lot of fresh fruit and drinks. The coffee was very good, too. The location of the hotel is superb to enjoy Budapest day and night. We'd be glad to stay at the same hotel again.
I had booked 3 triple rooms at the hotel fiesta for a nine strong stag party.
On arrival we were greeted by a very friendly receptionist who took our details and showed us how to operate the over complicated door locks.
Our rooms were all excellent, clean, tidy and nicely decorated.
The hotel its self is perfectly placed to enjoy all budapest has on offer and the price was very reasonable indeed.
Breakfast was not the best but that is the only slight floor in our stay.
I would recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Budapest and not wanting to spend a fortune on accomodation, after all there are better things to spend your holiday money on.
Recently stayed at the Fiesta and was very happy with the hotel. The location of the hotel was great - walking distance to many attractions and less than 5 minute walk from the central subway station that connects all of budapest's subway lines.
Hotel Fiesta very conveniently located
We stayed at the Hotel Fiesta in Budapest in March 2005. We found it very conveniently located. We went there to go to the opera and it is only 10 minutes walk. Also near to all communications. We had a quiet non-smoking room which we had asked for. The only negative we found was that we had a room on the top floor and it only had roof windows that could not be opened except asking the staff and no view. We were told that anyway windows cannot be opened by guests for security reasons. The room was big, nicely furnished, comfortable and clean. Breakfast was great and staff friendly. We would stay there again.
My family (myself, wife and 4 yr old daughter ) stayed 3 nights in early March 2005. The room was quite large by euro standards, very new modern furniture (leather couch) and quiet. The breakfast was filling and good (I do agree about the weak juices noted in another review, though). The hotel was about as centrally located as you can get, being 100m from Deak Ter, the crossing point for all the Metro lines. We didn't have any meaningful contact with the staff , nor did we visit the bar, so I can't comment about those, but the room itself was clean and comfy. We got a great deal at 46 euro a night (winter special), but I feel its worth much more than that
We stayed at the Fiesta for a short break in Feb 05. We had spent a lot of time looking at the reviews for the NH and a couple of other hotels, but decided we really wanted something pretty central in Pest.
Good value smart hotel. Central location about 5-10mins from Vaci utca, Deak ter, Chain Bridge, Opera house, etc.
First I would like to say that I am an experienced traveller, I worked in the travel industry for 15 years as a tour guide and resort manager, so I am more than used to experiencing the many and varied hotels, food and cultures on offer throughout the world. I mention this only to stop anyone thinking that my comments are due to my not being able to understand another countries ways and habits.
very central, good value for money
We stayed here in summer 2003, and were very happy with the standard of the hotel. Our room was clean, modern, had satellite TV, and maid service was great. In the morning, breakfast was eaten in a huge arched cellar restaurant.
A longish walk to the nicer parts of Budapest (Buda, Fisherman's Bastion, Chain Bridge etc) but this isn't much of a problem. Especially if you get the metro.