K+K Hotel Opera

Address: Revay utca 24, Budapest, 1065, Hungary | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Terézváros area of Budapest, is near Hungarian State Opera House (Magyar Allami Operahaz), Budapest Operetta Theatre, Gozsdu Courtyard (Gozsdu Udvar), and Franz Liszt Academy.
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Historical Traveler Reviews K+K Hotel Opera Budapest

One of the Best in Pest

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My boyfriend and I have just returned from 4 days at the K&K opera hotel and our first visit to Budapest. A perfect late autumn break in all respects. The hotel was great, not luxurious in any way, but fresh in appearance in all areas, bright and airy and with the most comfortable hotel beds and pillows we've experienced in a long time. It is ideally placed for everything the city has to offer and staff were friendly. Free internet access was very useful, particularly as most people can only cover the basics in English, e.g we used it to find out what was on in the different theatres as getting any level of detail from them direct could be a bit tricky (although people were always friendly). Breakfast offered something for everyone with efficient and friendly service. We had no niggles about this hotel at all and can wholeheartedly recommend it and we will certainly use other K&K hotels in future. Thanks to others who have made comments about it on tripadvisor, which is where we picked it from!

Re Budapest - safe and friendly atmosphere, plenty to see with amazing buildings full of faded grandeur, friendly locals, good local tours, excellent food and bars/restaurants and local travel is cheap and easy to work your way around. Be prepared to take the rough with the smooth as there is plenty of evidence of its past history though this adds to the attraction of the ciy in our opinion. Give it a try!

K and Ks in Budapest {and Europe}

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Spent a week in September at the K & K in Budapest. It was great. Location was outstanding. Service was the same. Breakfast was very good . Very close to everything. Have now stayed in 3 K & Ks in Europe & have found them ALL very friendly & nice. Rooms aren't lavish, but they are very clean and roomy. Main thing is that they are all on quiet side streets--but very, very close to the happenings of the city--and very convenient to all transportation. Location--staff --rooms--food & convenience--you can't beat it.

Excellent facilities and value.

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First rate stay in September. Nice hotel, good rooms and facilities, late breakfast til 11. Bar prices expensive for locals but not high for those of us used to English pub prices.

Highly recommended.

Splendid hotel and holiday.

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K & K Opera Hotel is well placed in Pest, and has well briefed and friendly staff. Breakfast is particularly good. Full marks in all respects.

I was in Budapest for seven very full days of music, history, art and culture in museums of high quality. Transport within the city is comprehensive, inexpensive ( excluding taxis )and user-friendly, but the joy for me was walking on well marked and very clean streets, true to the maps. River-side walks on the Pest side of the Danube are super, and safe at all times of day and night ie no hassle or embarrassing ``challenges``. An evening stroll along the river between the Chain and Erzsebet Bridges is a must, as is a morning walk on Margaret Island, at about 0900hrs.

For something different try a Turkish Bath. I used the less fancy one on Fo U, just down from Bathyany Ter Metro Station. The posh one seems to be in City Park, but prepare to be bewildered by the selection of treatments!!

Overall a super holiday with no dissapointments. I shall return.

Everything is perfect!

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I stayed this hotel for two days in June. The comment is: Every is perfect such as its location and the room is clean, tidy & comfortable. Free internet access. What's more, you can't miss the breakfast buffet, the food is delicious with wide selection.

The room rate is US$170 per night though a bit high, it's worth!

It's a great hotel especially when you are sick

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For the second year in a row we visited Budapest in March and again stayed at the K + K Opera. Upon arrival I was very ill with tonsillitis. The hotel was very helpful in summoning an English speaking physician immediately for me.

The food at the K + K is always excellent which was a plus when I had to stay in the hotel for nearly six days.

Hats off to a great but unpretentious hotel.

Liz Sanders

A gem in a great location

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We were visiting Budapest for the first time and went on a very reasonable package and it was great. The rooms were light, airy and clean. The staff were friendly and spoke wonderful Engliah (good job seeing as our Hungarian is a bit pants!!!). The location is great, there is very little noise but it's well located for pretty much everything and seeing as it's opposite the Opera perfect for that! This was the first K & K we have stayed in and it has made us seek them out wherever we go in the future! Fab City Break was had by all!

Charming hotel

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Stayed here only briefly back in 2002. The hotel staff was excellent, very helpful and nice! Hotel was clean, rooms immaculate, downstairs cafe was great and cheap! Location was great, just a short walk to everything we wanted to see!

Perfect Location!

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We just returned from a trip to Budapest and stayed 6 nights at the K&K Opera. What a perfect location! Only 1 block from the Metro, 1/2 block from the Opera and 2 blocks from St. Stephen's Basilica. The hotel in general is very nice, the staff is very pleasant and they offer a fantastic breakfast buffet...all of this and priced right too! I would definitely stay here again.

TripAdvisor Reviews K+K Hotel Opera Budapest

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

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