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TravelPod Member ReviewsJade Panzio Budapest
We really liked the outside part with the ping pong, pool, bocchi ball and picnic area. The beds were okay, but the pillows were flat and uncomfy. Free wifi, which is good for the traveller and a nice hot shower. We liked the balconies in our rooms and like the view. In the river next door there are swans and ducks to enjoy looking at as well. No breakfast though. I definitely would recommend this for others. It's a nice warm place to stay with welcoming people.
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