Nightingale Mini Hotel Map
Hotel | József körút 2., Budapest, Hungary 1088
225 out of 237 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (14/06/2012)
"Etablissement bien situé dans Budapest. La chambre où j'étais a été récemment rénovée. Bonne organisation au niveau du chek in. Une clé nous est confiée pour rentrer dans l'immeuble."Read all Nightingale Mini Hotel reviews
- No curfew
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Washing machines
- Luggage Room
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GPS-enabled map and directions
Take airport bus 200 to Kobanya -Kispest, then metro (blue line) to Ferenc körút stop.
Then change to tram number 4 or 6 which takes you to Blaha Lujza square.
We are on the corner, beside Hotel Mercure.
Airport Minibus costs 2500 huf/person, but if you are more then two people, it worth to take a taxi. A lift to Mandragora costs 4100 huf.
Note, if you just take a taxi in the street, it can be much more expensive. Always ask the driver to use the meter.
From Nyugati railway station take tram 4 or 6 (direction Blaha Lujza) and get off at the fourth stop.
If you prefer to make the distance by foot, just keep walking to the left on the main street until the first underpass (cca 25 minutes). Cross Rákóczi street and ring the doorbell.
From Keleti railway station take bus 7 or metro (red line) to Blaha Lujza square, which is one stop away.
It is only 10 minutes by walk, if you do not mind the high traffic on Rákóczi street. Just go straight from the station and find your way in the underpass. Keep walking on the left until "Blaha Lujza tér", turn left, first door on the left.
From Népliget bus station take the metro (blue line) to Ferenc körút and change to tram 4 or 6 getting of at Blaha Lujza square.
The building is on the corner of József körút and Rákóczi út, with a "Stella Artois" sign on the top. There is a pharmacy downstairs.
If you experience any problem on arrival please do not hesitate to call
If you`re arriving by train please be prepared to meet some hustlers at the railway stations (and on the trains from Vienna). They work for a few big hostels; usually they assure you, that small hostels like ours are very bad, or do not even exist. Test us!