EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Budapest
The best budget hotels in Budapest... made simple.
With access to multiple swimming pools and reasonable nightly rates, the Hotel Császár is a gold medal winner.
Hotel Kálvin Ház is a 10-minute walk from The Great Market Hall, the Danube, and the café-lined Ráday utca.
Very Good 8.3
Low rates, a quiet vibe, and a second-hand bookstore next door make Red Bus Hostel popular among the bookworms—party animals, look elsewhere.
Very Good 8.3
The Papillon Hotel, which sits atop a hilltop square in Buda, is perfect for visitors in search of a leafy retreat from concrete-central Pest.
Very Good 8.3
All-day espresso, a handful of computers, beds without bunks, plus a location parallel to popular Váci utca, help the Green Bridge Hostel stand out.
Rates are uncommonly low for the luxurious atmosphere the turn-of-the-last-century building housing K.M. Saga.
Mandragora Doubles are tranquil, Indian and Middle-Eastern influenced accommodations located right on the bustling Blaja Lujza tér.
Very Good 7.8
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Budapest remains a city that’s welcoming to budget travelers. With affordable restaurants, moderately priced attractions (spa, anyone?), and budget-friendly hotels, the city's been one of our favorites for more than a decade.
Getting started: Ready to read about affordable places to sleep? Either search for your dates in the box above or click into our reviews of recommended hotels. If you’d like a little guidance on which part of town to stay in (Buda? Pest?), read through our neighborhood overview. For more pointers on keeping it cheap in Budapest, check out the articles listed below.
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