Ramada Resort Aquaworld Budapest
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... so, would have been nice to have been advised of this at the time of booking! We were very frustrated and tired and decided a few drinks were in order.
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... 1849 and engineered by a Scot, and took the funicular up the steep hillside to the Royal Palace, apparently a very inferior version of the original, which was torn down by the Hapsburgs in 1686 so they could build an even grander baroque one, but that didn't survive World War 2, and this rather plain, domed building was later erected. It does command fabulous views over the river and Pest, and has some stately museum buildings around it in the ...