Lion's Garden Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Lion's Garden Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Lion's Garden Hotel Budapest
Travel Blogs from Budapest
... to wear armour and have a real life sword fight - with real swords! Awesome!
Wine tasting don’t come cheap
Unlike in Australia where we get so much for nothing, wine tasting in Hungary demands you pay a price per 100 mls of wine, depending on the winery.
Our first stop was Eger, one of the most famous wine regions in Hungary. Here lays the Valley of the Beautiful Women and some 200 wineries, of which only 46 have cellars ...
... otherworldly cathedral, and hear the priests and the parishioners speaking in both Hungarian and Latin. The full choir was singing as well and it was honestly one of the most mesmerizing experiences I have had.
And so begins my last week in Vienna! Don't worry this isn't my final post! I fly out on Saturday and I'm going to try and write one final blog summing up my thoughts on the summer and what this experience has meant to me. Stay tuned kids! We have one last ...
... to be making things up with Sam after Sam was nice. He has been having problems and is seeing a doctor, so the parents talked about how to help for well over an hour. Then we had to shift to talking about the upcoming 5th grade Waldorf Olympics, so I did not get home from a meeting that started at 6pm until close to 9pm. I have a promise that we will actually get on the school and class mailing lists (before ...
... would have started something new. After two days of scraping walls, taking out concrete, digging up floors we are finished with the destruction. Today we actually were starting to reconstruct by parging exterior walls, pouring cement, installing a new lintel over the one bathroom door, and rebuilding the brick on one corner of the exterior ...
... until we had left Chinese airspace.
Before I boarded my flight in Hong Kong, I was randomly checking my hostel booking in Budapest and realized that I had actually booked the wrong dates and a had a little panic attack. I had booked it for three nights a week earlier, confusing it with my flight from Melbourne to Hong Kong. I quickly emailed them to ask if they could change my booking to the next three days. On the flight, with no response from them, I ended up using ...