Szent István krt. 22, Budapest, Hungary star
Doubles from: $93 to $132
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
Housed in a pretty 19th-century building very near the spa-heavy Margit Island, the three-star City Hotel Ring features lots of amenities in its 39 standard rooms.
The words “fresh,” “clean” and “functional” about sum up the rooms here. Think basic floral bed coverings, curtains in pastel colors and non-descript wooden furniture. All rooms are equipped with satellite television, air conditioning, phone and mini-fridge.
The City Hotel Ringl is less than a five-minute walk from Nyugati train station, and a ten-minute walk to the Danube and Margit Island. Surrounding restaurants, theaters, and cafés give the area a charming feel. While the hotel is technically in the Ujlipotvaros neighborhood, the feel of the area is more aligned with the adjacent Lipotvaros 'hood.
The City Hotel Ring is part of the Taverna Hotels & Resorts chain in Budapest, which includes City Hotel Matyas and City Hotel Pilvax.
Room rates include a buffet breakfast served in the hotel’s bright, windowed dining room. Free Wi-Fi is available in some rooms. Note: The hotel does not have an elevator.
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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- Conference room
- Currency Exchange
- Fax Machine
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- Pet Friendly
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wake-Up Service
- AC Available
- Air conditioning
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- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
Szent István krt. 22
Lipotvaros, Budapest, Hungary
About the City Ring neighborhood
Situated north of Belváros, Lipótváros feels like central Pest's airier cousin, with wider streets, grander buildings grander, larger squares. And—with its Baroque-meets-gothic Parliament and Ethnographical Museum done in a blend of Renaissance, Baroque and Classic styles— the area is also a great place to take in Budapest's "all-inclusive" architecture scene.