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2,046 reviews
+7 495 925-30-50

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Housed in a late XIXth century neo-classical edifice Hotel Budapest is excellently positioned in the very heart of Moscow. Elegant spacious rooms – each with unique layout – professional staff, moderate prices and broad payment alternatives (cash and/or bank transfers in Rubles and all major credit cards) make Hotel BUDAPEST an astute choice for the traveler looking for a cozy, friendly and quiet oasis in the never-sleeping metropolitan environment.
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2 18 Petrovskie Linii
Moscow, 103051
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"Near several shopping malls" "The closest metro"
94% liked the proximity to shopping.
100% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
"Attentive front desk" "Excellent staff"
89% found the staff to be very friendly.
94% thought the service was very professional.
"Good Wi-Fi"
65% thought the wifi quality was ok.
Value for money
"Reasonable prices" "Great price"
Breakfast prices were ok, according to 50%.
"Good buffet breakfast" "Best breakfasts"
Breakfast prices were ok, according to 50%.
"Stained beige carpet" "Carpet with stains"
Only 63% said rooms were clean enough.
67% thought it was rather dirty.
"Aircondition didn't work properly" "Plugs didn't work properly"
83% said the beds were comfortable.
Only 63% said rooms were clean enough.
"Older building" "A bit old facilities"
76% thought the building wasn't nice.
96% thought the facilities needed updating.
"A bit old facilities" "Very old facility"
94% criticized the unstylish hotel.
59% thought the atmosphere was somewhat friendly.

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Hotel could use some updating
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Close to the city centre, this late 19th-century building offers old-world charm with individual rooms, each different, remodelled in classic décor.
The Telegraph
This historic hotel feels a long way from its glory days. But despite the faded (and slightly jaded) interior and lack of on-site restaurant, it’s not entirely without appeal. The...
A sturdy stone example of the imposing scale and solidity of Stalin-era architecture, the Budapest is slightly farther from the main streets but abuts several intriguing lanes most tourists never see.