Danubius Hotel Arena
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDanubius Hotel Arena Budapest
Great service, picking us up from the airport and delivering us to the train station the next day! Would definitely recommend.
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Today was mostly a travel day. In fact, in the span of about three hours, we traveled through 3 different countries that all use 3 different currencies. We started in Poland, had lunch in Slovakia, and ended in Hungary. Slovakia is a very mountainous country (Tatra Mountains), and our lunch stop was at the ski resort of Donovaly. It was cool, …
We walked, caught the metro and a tram! We had no firm plan today except that we wanted breakfast! ( we did not have dinner as we were still full from our cruise). Once the coffee had woken us up and it was a beautiful sunny day we walked across Erzsebet hid ( a bridge) and walked along the Danube until we came to the funicular to zip us up to Buda castle and Matthias church. The line to get the ticket was very very slow as there was only one person ...
... so after we left train station we took a right and then crossed a big road. I thought that the big road we were crossing was the one that ran perpendicular to the river and perpendicular to the big road our hotel was on. turned out the road we crossed was actually the road that the hotel was on. Therefore we started going up the mountain which we thought was the right mountain. it was actually the Hills of Buda and we zig zagged our way wayyyy up ...
... with the ring in its mouth. You can see this symbol all over Castle Hill. Matthias Church (really Church of Our Lady) is magnificent up on Castle Hill. It is called Matthias Church because he got married twice there. The roof tiles, frescos inside as well as the spires are inspiring.