Cheap hotels in Belvaros, Budapest

Belváros is located inside the boundaries of the old city wall, in the heart of Pest, Budapest's flat, eastern side. Its small streets, constructed over a millennium ago, include the famous pedestrian Váci utca as well as the picturesque Belgrád Rakpart, which runs along the east side of the Danube.

Packed with tourist sights—including the Inner City Parish, the gorgeous Párizsi Udvar arcade, and the Klotild Palaces—the area is also home to overpriced restaurants and souvenir shops. Travelers should also be aware that theft can be rather common here

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Inn-Side Hotel Kalvin Haz, Budapest

Address Gönczy Pál.u.6 (Belvaros)

Hotel Kálvin Ház is a 10-minute walk from The Great Market Hall, the Danube, and the café-lined Ráday utca.

8.6 Guest Rating




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Leo Panzio, Budapest

Address Kossuth Lajos 2/a (Belvaros)

With great rates, classier-than-average atmosphere, and a spot on Kossuth Lajos utca in the central 'hood of Belváros, Leo Panzió is a true Cheapo find.

8.4 Guest Rating




City Pilvax, Budapest

Address Pilvax Köz 1-3 (Belvaros)

Perched on a quiet pedestrian street off of the bustling Váci utca, the City Hotel Pilvax, features numerous amenities at reasonable rates.

8.3 Guest Rating




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Cotton House, Budapest

Address Jókai u. 26 (Belvaros)

The Cotton House is not a budget find by any means, but it is a bargain. With 22 rooms named and decorated for Hollywood stars, guests get a little more for their money here.

8.0 Guest Rating




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Green Bridge Hostel, Budapest

Address 22-24 Molnár utca, District 5,Foldszint 7, 1054 Budapest (Belvaros)

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.



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Red Bus Hostel, Budapest

Address 14 Semmelweis Utca,5th district, 1052 Budapest (Belvaros)

Low rates, a quiet vibe, and a second-hand bookstore next door make Red Bus Hostel popular among the bookworms—party animals, look elsewhere.




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