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Spent the morning doing a walking tour of the Jewish quarter of Budapest. The fate of the Jews has not been easy. They have suffered uncertainty for centuries.
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... id set off on my bike a guy cycled past and waffled something to me in Hungarian. I looked down and found id been cycling with the bike stand down, "Thankyou kind sir"! on that note I have to say I found the approach of the Hungarian referee on Saturday very refreshing. when booking a player don't run up to him, tell him he's been naughty and then take his name. just brandish the yellow card and pray you don't book the same one ...
... off 24 hour tourist ticket!) that do not need to be validated - and you are free to come and go on metros, trams, buses and trains as you please. Easy! We went up just 4 stops, to the city park. Destination - the Szechenyi Baths. Budapest lies on a geological fault line. As a result, there are hot springs. Some 123 of them. 30,000 cubic meters of this mineral water is pumped into the city every day in varying temperatures. These baths are housed in a huge old building, with ...
... winery and the owner was good friends with a Jewish family. When Hitler invaded, the owner hid the family in a large wine barrel for six months. Once the Germanys were defeated and Communism took over, the winery and land were confiscated. The male Jewish friend became a lawyer and helped the family get their land back. The coach trip back to the hotel was somewhat noisy and jovial. And so another day is nearly ...
... supported the comment. A spot of lunch, goulash and we headed for the thermal baths, third time lucky applied as the first one was closed the second one men only, the third one a lavish and grand building housed different levels of heated pools, steam rooms and saunas. My blister laden dry aching feet most welcomed the 36 degree pool. Relaxation at epic levels I have never been so happy to be wet and hot. We sat around with ...
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What a great find! The apartment was really spacious with separate toilet, bathroom, kitchen, bedroom & living room. I would be happy to live here! Very clean with everything you would need (toaster etc). Staff were very friendly and helped with a couple of enquiries. Not too far by Metro into centre of Pest (took 6 mins approx). Highly recommended.
Superb hotel in Budapest
The Adina offers great value for money. We stayed in a one bedroom apartment which gave us so much more space than a hotel room. Full kitchen (even had a washer-dryer) and a good sized bathroom with fantastic shower!
The staff were extremely helpful and efficient - and the pool and fitness suite were a real bonus!
Good location - on a quiet side street but only a short walk to the metro which easily gets you round Budapest! Plenty restaurants and shops within a pleasant walking distance!
Would not hesitate to recommend the hotel to others!
This is an excellent hotel and really good value, I would highly reccommend it. Everything is spotlessly clean and very modern. We booked a double 'apartment' - a large double room with a kitchenette in a wardrobe, don't be put off, its better than it sounds.
Large nice rooms with good bath
It's a nice place, but I do have mixed feelings about it. Some rooms are large apartments and some studios, all with full kitchens. I felt the walls were a bit thin, but it's very clean and the beds are very nice with nice sheets. The staff is extremely courteous and helpful. Breakfast is decent. The gym is minimal. The pool and spa okay. The washer/dryer unit in the room didn't dry my clothes. Whether that's normal or not I don't know. My biggest issue is the location. The metro is only 2-3 blocks away, but it isn't convenient at night and there is a lack of restaurants nearby.
My family and I stayed in a 2 bedroom apartment at the Sydney as were extremely pleased with our choice. THe apartment was spacious and clean and the full service was terrific. My husband went early for the buffet breakfast while we slept and he brought us cereal, eggs, meats and bread to enjoy in our kitchenette. There is a market nearby and we stocked up on late night snacks and ice creams.While not in the very center of town, the hotel is easily accessible to the subway lines,which are also easy to navigate. The staff was very hospitable and gracious and made excellent recommendations for us, and secured us tours and cabs as we needed. It is a 'business' hotel, but we found it to be quite enjoyable for recreation - my husband and kids loved the pool after a day of sightseeing. It was also great to be able to do some laundry right in our own apartment. The dryers didn't work so well, so we just hung everything overnight. I recently got an email saying the Sydney Apartments chain has changed its name (I am sorry, cannot remember to what). I have no doubt the accommodation and service will remain as we found it. It was worth the money, and for all that we got, a great value.
I stayed in a two bedroom apartment at the Sydney Apartment Hotel with three girlfriends - we're quite fussy and we were all impressed with our room. The location is not the best (its a bit incongruous to its surroundings which are a bit run down) but we found it a reasonably central base from which to explore Budapest if you don't mind a bit of walking, and we didn't feel unsafe.
While not in a tourist area, the Sydney is two blocks from the Blue Metro (from which we easily connected - but remember it doesn't run late at night) and near the massive and modern WestEnd Shopping Centre. (If you have teens or young adults, they'd love the shopping, bowling, cinema, and games facilities. There are several casinos for adults, and a huge food court.)
I loved it
My BF and I originally booked 3 nights with the NH Budapest, but NH was overbooked the first night so they put us at the Sydney Apartment Hotel. When we arrived at Sydney, we were stunned with its modern, sleek decor in the lobby and hall way. Some of the furniture were by Phillippe Starck. They gave us a 1-bedroom apartment, with a balcony, full-equiped kitchen, and a washer/dryer machine. It was about 700 sqf. We almost didn't want to leave.
Wish this hotel be all over the world!
My family of 5 parties stayed at this apartment hotel and loved it. Very modern and spacious. Clean, comfortable and had everything we needed to feel at home. Nice and simple decorated bedrooms, very clean bathrooms (like new), TV , Air Condition, a kitchen, balcony, washer and dryer. A garden and a swimming pool. Walking distance from a relatively big food market and a beautiful shopping mall. Walking distance from the subway station. Absolutely Great. I wish they had one of these everywhere in the world.