Tasteful Studio on Danube in downtown Budapest
The location is unique and so is the studio on the 4th floor with a superbly working lift that takes you on the 4th floor right to it. You will find the Studio amazingly quiet overlooking the inner yard and for being located in the center of Budapest, but at the same time, for the ones who want to enjoy the nightlife, you will find restaurants,bars, clubs and the best spots in town within a few minutes walking distance.
Minimum stay is 3 nights. Can also be negotiated for longer stays.
All emails answered promptly.
The availability calendar is maintained up-to-date.
Spacious and bright studio apartment beautifully furnished in white and yellow. Original wooden floor, wall-to-wall window looking onto the roofs, original arts on walls, built-in-closets add extra quality to your stay.
There is a comfortable sofa which can sleep 2 and a raised split-level with king-sized sleeping area.
The room also has a wall-mounted cable TV, a large table with 4 chairs, an armchair and a table lamp. Kitchen and living room are divided by high glass-wall. Lots of built-in space to put things away.
En suite bathroom with bathtub, toilet, washbasin and mirror, towel rail, water heater and washer.
Bathroom has big window to allow fresh air in bathroom.
Beautiful cherry wood kitchen with white worktop and granite floor. Fitted with oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle, tea pot, table-ware and cooking utensils, ironing board and iron.
The apartment is fully cleaned and serviced before arrival. Towels and bed linen are provided. The price includes all costs i.e. electricity and gas. There are no hidden additional costs.
20% deposit required to confirm booking. Balance in cash to be paid on arrival to owner. When booking confirmed, you will also receive an email attachment with full information on all you need to know regarding apartment and keys.
The apartment is in the inner downtown of Budapest, within walking distance of most tourist attractions.
24/7 food store just around the corner, Market Hall 5 minutes walk through the new pedestrian street of downtown, bars and restaurants all around the block.
International Boat Harbour 200 mt. away, Danube promenade 50 mt. away. Cinema, theater, hotels are all within walking distance.
Public transport in front of the house.
|Apr 01 2013||Sep 30 2014||€60||€60||€360||-||-|
|Check Out: 10 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 4%|
|Deposits: All e-mail inquiries will be answered immediately. 20% deposit is required to confirm booking. Balance in cash on arrival to be paid to owner.|
|Payment Options: PayPal|
Judy Ferrell Babinsky
Dallas, Texas USA
May 13, 2011
I would not recommend this apartment. We rented on short notice. Owner agreed to $650 for 7 nights. After agreeing to $650 US, the owner than stipulated that it must be paid in Euros which we agreed to bring to the apartment. After arriving, agent called owner who told us there was misunderstanding and it was for 6 nights, even though I had copies of the email listing the dates, ie. May 3 and 4th, and May 7,8,9,10,11. She wanted an additional 73 Euros for the "7th" night. We chose to leave early as there were no other options. I would report this to the Hungarian tourist board if I knew who to contact. Her agent who met us at the apartment spoke no English, though she smiled a lot. Beds were very uncomfortable and were basically a type of mattress pad about 3 inches thick. Door had so many locks it was difficult to come and go. We were told through sign language with the agent that the dishwasher did not work. Several light bulbs were burnt out/missing. There was no toilet paper although stores nearby. Apartment was claustrophobic for three people. There were no views, only a courtyard. Curtains were flimsy and not large enough to keep the courtyard light out of the apartment at night. Television had only one English channel, Sky news and it was only about England. Bedding appeared to be clean, but pillows were very uncomfortable. Heater went off and we had to call agent who was unhappy she had to come at 9:30 PM to restart it. It was very chilly, but with the heat on, it did warm up quickly. Apartment had inadequate lighting for reading. There were workman on scaffolding in the courtyard doing repair work during two of our days there. I would definitely not recommend this place. The only plus was that we did not run out of hot water!!!
Guest Review from Donald Eismann. - Apr 20, 2011
"A wonderful apartment in an outstanding location"
We recently stayed for 8 days in this wonderful apartment located on the Danube. Our communication with the owner prior to arrival was flawless and offered helpful suggestions for our stay. Check-in went exactly as scheduled with no problems (always an area of anxiety when arriving in a new location). The apartment was spacious, clean with a full kitchen and even a washing machine. The location of the apartment was outstanding. It was near the Vaci Utca (pedestrian street) right on the #2 trolley which goes along the Danube and near the center of the city. We enjoyed out stay in Budapest which was enhanced by our stay in this apartment.
Overall mark given by the renter: 5/5
"Very nice studio on the banks of the Danube. In the heart of a very lively neighborhood yet very calm: perfect location."
Date 06/07/2010 - Mr. Emmanuel H. (France)
Submitted by: Jenni in 14/09/10
One of the best stays we have had!!!
Only in Budapest for week but the location of the unit is fantastic.
Easy to to get around, unit was very clean and quiet.
Broadband, washing machine etc makes living out of suitcase easy!
Easy and joy full stay couldn't ask for much better.
Hope to visit again someday!
Jenni and Troy
Great Location, Great Apartment
Reviewed by: Rafael from Sydney, Australia
Reviewed on: 09/24/2009 for their stay in 08/2009
We arrived in Budapest with the landlord waiting for us at the door to welcome us and show us the apartment. Prior to arriving though, the landlord was very helpful by providing us with substantial information on Budapest which we used throughout our stay.
The Apartment itself was great, everything you need in a self sustained flat, very well looked after and in excellent condition.
The location of the apartment was perfect. Central, and close to all the key sites within the city. There is a tourist information centre next door which is also very handy.
The landlord was contactable for any concerns or queries that we had and were very nice and helpful during our stay. I highly recommend this apartment and there is no question that this is apartment is my first choice next time i'm in Budapest! 10/10
Guest Review from Jeffrey Jowett - Jun 22, 2009
"Riverside studio apartment in Budapest"
I stayed at the studio apartment at Belgrad rakpart in downtown Budapest right near the Elizabeth bridge for a week in mid-May this year. The manager, Kati, was there to meet me as promised and explained to me how everything in the apartment works. Amenities are a little different in Europe than the States! The place was spacious for one person and would be just as comfortable for two. The studio apartment layout was thoughtfully extended with a split-level king-size bed neatly tucked into the left corner of the place. The online picture really doesnÂ´t do it justice. ThereÂ´s another queen-size right under it and a comfy sofa. The best part is thereÂ´s enough storage space and closets to open a boutique! The door to the apartment is about half a foot thick and is insulated with leather-clad padding! Apparently rather common over there. I saw one once at a friendÂ´s place when I was last over there a few years ago. Conveys a reassuring sense of security, anyway. I ate lunch and/or dinner out, so I didn`t need the fully-equipped kitchen, which was just as spotlessly-clean and well-thought out as the rest of the place. Feels like home-very inviting. Kati left me her daughterÂ´s number and e-mail in case I needed anything. I did call once to ask about the location of a restaurant. Her English is flawless- very helpful. The best thing about the place is its location. Right on the river, just across from the main tram line that goes along the Pest side of the Danube. Two streets behind the building is Vaci utca, the main shopping street in town. The best thing about aprtment tourism is being able to come and go as you please. Combine that with the first-class location and the place is hard to beat for the price. In general, prices have sure gone up in Budapest since I was last there, but the further out of downtown you go, the more the prices drop- another advantage of being just a few steps away from the main public transport network in town.IÂ´ll be back.