Astoria City Hostel
7th discrict, Rakoczi ut no 4, 3rd floor,Doorbell 27, Budapest, Hungary
Doubles from: $41 to $64
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The Astoria City Hostel might not stand out from the crowd as far as character is concerned, but the cheap rates and central location on Rákóczi út render it worthy of consideration.
Walls in most rooms are freshly painted in vibrant hues like yellow and blue. Wooden bunk beds, funky IKEA-style carpets and colorful comforters fill up the spaces, as some rooms offer up to 8 beds. Front rooms typically offer a view of the street. Bathrooms feature yellow tile jobs and wrap-around showers. All rooms have free Wi-Fi and lockers.
Other perks at the Astoria City Hostel include a well-kept computer station and a bright, airy kitchen. Though somewhat narrow, the kitchen's cooking area is spotless. Off the kitchen, a little smoking patio faces an immense courtyard of, well, tufts of grass. Also in the common area is a television with DVD Player.
The Astoria also offers private rooms (from singles up to six-beds) and private apartments nearby.
Breakfast is included.
Reviewed by: Kari Hoerchler, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
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7th discrict, Rakoczi ut no 4, 3rd floor,Doorbell 27
Erzsebetvaros, Budapest, Hungary
About the Astoria City Hostel neighborhood
Erzsébetváros was Budapest's Jewish neighborhood before and during World War II. Its Great Synagogue, built in Byzantine-Moorish style, now stands in gorgeous contrast to the functional Communist-era structures lining the area's narrow streets. At night, this business-by-day 'hood redefines itself as a nightlife hub.