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Hotel Budapest

1,437 reviews
+7 495 925-30-50

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Fitness Center
Airport Shuttle
Bar or Lounge

Historic Central Moscow Hotel With Cheap Rooms

Ideal Central Moscow Location with Affordable Prices

A perfectly located hotel in Moscow's historic city center, the Budapest Hotel offers you a chance to explore all the cultural highlights of this amazing city within just minutes of leaving your room. The Bolshoi Theatre is just one hundred meters from the hotel, and the world famous Kremlin and Red Square are just five hundred meters away. The area is packed with boutique shops, historic landmarks, cultural buildings, and world class restaurants. For an indulgent meal, try Café Pushkin, where you'll feel like you've stepped into a richly decorated nineteenth century aristocrat's house.

It's not just cultural and historic tourist spots that are plentiful in this part of the city, with Tverskaya street and the Okhotny Ryad shopping centre also within a stone's throw of the Budapest Hotel. Once you've explored the hub of activity around the hotel and you're ready to see some of the city's other sights, you can hop on one of the surrounding metro lines, which will take you around the city throughout the day and night.

Charming Hotel Offering an Authentic Russian Experience 

The Budapest Hotel is situated in a classic Freidenberg designed building, which dates back to 1876. The interior decoration and furnishings have retained their historic Soviet feel, giving guests a truly authentic Russian experience unlike anything on offer in the city's mainstream chain hotels. All rooms come with air conditioning, satellite TV, Internet access, and excellent views of the city. 

The cozy bar is an excellent place to relax and unwind after a long day sightseeing in the city, with drinks, snacks and bar meals available each evening. The hotel also boasts one of the finest restaurants in the entire city, offering lunches and dinners. The menu contains many classic Russian dishes as well as popular European options, and the warm and laid back atmosphere makes it perfect for a romantic dinner for two.

The Bottom Line 

While not offering a traditional luxury experience, the Budapest Hotel does provide an efficient friendly service to its guests, as well as a perfect central city location from which to explore the delights of this incredible city. It is an ideal choice for anyone looking for an authentic Russian experience with a prime central location, and at an affordable price. The rooms are basic but the service more than makes up for this.

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2/18 Petrovskii Linii St.
Moscow, 127051
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Overall Guest Score
"Excellent public transport connections" "Excellent resturants"
Near to public transport, according to 94%.
100% liked the proximity to shopping.
"Excellent staff" "Excellent welcome"
95% found the staff to be very friendly.
90% thought the service was very professional.
"Decent wi-fi" "Good wi fi"
79% said the wifi quality was great.
100% thought it was a great value.
"Outstanding value for money" "Inclusive breakfast"
67% said the breakfast was too expensive.
100% thought it was a great value.
"One of the best breakfast buffets" "Wonderful breakfast buffet"
67% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Carpets were stained" "Walls were dirty"
Only 50% said rooms were clean enough.
59% thought it was rather dirty.
"Without meal" "Stale bread"
89% found the side dishes unedible.
"Outdated mattress" "Faulty toaster"
For 93%, the rooms looked old.
Only 50% said rooms were clean enough.
"No fitness facilities" "No gym"
"Building is very, very old" "Loud music"
92% criticized the unstylish hotel.
70% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.

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Expert Reviews
Shabby chic at reasonable prices. Built in the 19th century as an apartment complex and opened as a hotel by Soviet decree in 1952.
Insight Guides
Close to the city centre, this late 19th-century building offers old-world charm with individual rooms, each different, remodelled in classic décor.
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.