Marmara Hotel Budapest
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarmara Hotel Budapest
I was not sure what to expect as this was my first trip overseas. This hotel was great. Clean and comfortable. I would stay here again if I had the chance. Centrally located for our purposes.
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... in a park near the bridge for a little bit where I fell asleep while the other 3 talked Went back to retox to shower and get ready to go out but thought this place is too ****** so we went back to Broadway hostel, booked tonight there, and went back to retox to say "we just met up with friends from school who have an apartment that's so nice and they asked us to stay with them" so we checked out - and hey even gave us Saturday nights accommodation back. Only lost Friday ...
... and for my friends' stories. I knew they would be fine because they were people who got on with life and dealt with whatever problems that came their way. I was truly glad to have become friends with these 2 special women, who would stay in my life long after this trip.
About Budapest: Budapest was mystically beautiful, like a beauty behind a veil. It's landmark buildings were architectural gems with a Gothic style which was different from Vienna. ...
... us a cleaning fee for the back seat of the rental car (Keith assured him it was all just dirt from two little boys and it would vacuum up), a man pulls up at the curb, shakes our hands and ushers us into his car and drives away. The whole thing seemed very clandestine! I guess the long-term lease was arranged by a tourism company and their office is downtown, so to make things easier for us and to avoid paying airport parking, we drove to a ...
... everything, just not quite as big and without the giant tree that anchored the market in the main square. So we made our way through several more markets, sampling a few small items like fresh made potato chips and honey roasted cashews before heading back to the hotel to freshen up.
The front desk at our hotel had inundated us with brochures about activities and tours that we should take part in so we began to sift through the options and settled on ...
... we headed up to the Citadel for a spectacular 360 degree view over the city. We also had a suitably Hungarian lunch of bread with 3 different dips – tomato, onion and paprika – and then walked down a winding path through parkland to the Gellert Hotel. This was the grandest health spa hotel of the Belle Epoch. It is beautiful inside but is now in need of ...