Carmen Mini Hotel
Károly körút 5/b, Budapest, Hungary
Doubles from: $65 to $78
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The Carmen Mini Hotel offers just nine rooms in a central location near Déak tér, the Central Synagogue, and the hippest beer gardens in town.
The hotel’s rooms are cramped but cute, offering dark blue and rich brown furnishings. Some en suite bathrooms have windows (a nice perk). Four rooms offer a quaint courtyard view; ask ahead. All rooms feature double glazed windows, a true blessing if you happen to be situated street-side. Rooms are very basic amenity-wise and overall could use a bit of renovating.
A windowless breakfast room downstairs is surprisingly cheery, with the help of framed reproductions of abstract art and some very well-placed wainscoting.
The Carmen Mini is a ten-minute walk from the beginning of the swanky Andrassy Ut and less than a five-minute walk from the popular Godor Club. Whether you plan to hit tourist spots during the day or check out the clubs at night, this little hotel provides an ideal base.
Note: Rooms here do offer double-glazed windows, but street-side quarters are still noisy. Bring your ear plugs or ask ahead for a quieter location in the hotel.
Free Wi-Fi is available.
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor. This review is based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Extra Charge
- City tour
- Credit Card Surcharge
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Hair Dryer – at reception
- Luggage Storage
- No Curfew
- Non-Smoking Hotel
- Pet Friendly
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Smoking Rooms
- Tourist information
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
Károly körút 5/b
Erzsebetvaros, Budapest, Hungary
+36 1 352 0798
Fax: Same as phone
About the Carmen Mini Hotel 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.