Art Deco Apartment, Budapest - Óbuda*
It is a very nice, elegant, well-equipped, spacious, Art Deco style-furnished holiday apartment close to Castle district, Thermal Baths and Margaret Island. Comfortable up to 6 people.
-> There are two bedrooms (18 and 6 sq m), both with cozy queen-size bed. The master bedroom has a quiet garden-side balcony with flowers and chairs to get your coffee.
-> A 20 sq m living room with a double sofa-bed. The living room also has a balcony on the street side.
-> There is a separated, fully equipped kitchen with a table for four people and a beautiful dining room (12 sq m) with an Art Deco table and six chairs.
Unique benefits of this rental:
-> There are no reconstruction works in the street: no noise, no dust, but the downtown is very close.
-> The neighbouring area is famous for its Hungarian-cuisine restaurants (Kerék, Zöld Kapu, Sipos fish restaurant).
-> Free parking in the street if you are with car.
-> Main tourist sights are within reach by the nearby excellent public transportation facilities (HEV-suburban railway, tram #17, bus #29, #86, #109, #206, #160, #260) or by foot.
-> New: Gift Special for all guests staying 7+ nights in Art Deco Apartment! See details on the home page!
-> Early Bird Offer: 15%. See details on the home page!
-> We give you extra towels to use in thermal baths.
-> If you prefer, we also have an extra double mattress (150x200 cm) that could be installed in the master bedroom, so the living room can fill its function.
-> We can offer for free two bikes to our guests.
-> We provide books, map on Budapest and Hungary on your arrival.
For more information (Google map, special offers & rental rates, layout, photos, public transportation information, etc.) please visit our official home page: http://www.apartdeco.hu.
* Obuda (Old Buda) is the oldest part of Budapest situated in Buda. District 3 lies on the ruins of the huge, ancient military camp of Roman legionaries called Acquincum, the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire in continental Europe. Consequently, several amphitheatres and artifacts have been unearthed here.
Medieval Obuda used to be a suburb filled with silk refineries and boat factories, forming part of Budapest by the time of its unification in 1873. Obuda was inhabited mostly by german-speaking Swabian farmers, and, because of its village-like atmosphere, was a favorite place of the petite bourgeoisie of Pest for outings.
- Free parking
- Private Bathroom
- Bikes (two)