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The interiors of this boutique hotel are bright, modern, and colorful. The rooms are all decorated in this contemporary style, with large windows to guarantee plenty of natural light.
The smallest rooms are quite small (ideal for a solo traveler looking for a stylish budget option), but the larger rooms are nice and spacious. There is also a large two-bedroom apartment available at a separate location, which includes a fully-equipped kitchen. All rooms have very comfortable beds with a choice of pillows.
Breakfast is fantastic, with a wide selection of fresh fruit, a variety of breads, cold cuts, hot dishes, and more. This is usually included in the room rate, but not for the self-serviced apartment. A nice touch is the complimentary breakfast pack if you need to leave before breakfast starts at 7 AM.
The location is perfect for just about anything you might want to do in Budapest, sitting between the Danube and Vaci shopping street. Popular gay hotspot Why Not Cafe & Bar is just five minutes away from the hotel, and Sauna 69 gay sauna can be reached within a 20-minute walk or 10-minute tram ride.
♥ Exceptional buffet breakfast
♥ Colorful, stylish rooms in a variety of sizes
♥ Walking distance to most gay nightlife, including the gay sauna