My place is close to Instant, Menza, Liszt Ferenc Zeneművészeti Egyetem, and 360 BAR. You’ll love my place because of the comfy bed and the outdoors space and the beautiful architecture. My place is good for couples, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groups.
I'm Fanni Vas, i was born in 1991, Budapest.
After i finished high school i went to London for one year to work there and develop my english skills.
Then I moved back and my family and I started to host guest in nice rooms in the central of Budapest.
I was studying interior design and my father is a building contractor, so it was quite easy to create the flat together.
The apartment has 4 separated rooms all has private bathroom, all of them opens from the rooms. All the rooms has double bed, with fresh, brand new sheets and soft linens. 8 people can stay in the Hotel at one time. There are keys for each rooms. We also provide towels.
It also includes a fully fitted shared kitchen including fridge / freezer, electric cooker, microwave oven, kettle, toast maker and cutlery, you also can ask for iron and hair dryer.
The building was used to be a part of the Hungarian Ceramics Association.
It has a really lovely atmosphere, the whole house has only one floor, buildings like this are very rare in the downtown.
The location is really good, Hársfa street is basically one street away from Budapest's main ring road Körút. The nearest tram stop is Wesselenyi str. (2 mins by walk) So everything is close and you can feel you're
in heart of the capital, but you also can rest there because the street is quiet, peaceful and clean. One of the most famous theatre in Budapest (Madách Theatre) has the artist door from this street, just on the opposite side of Hotel Linden.
I'm flexible with check in and check out time!
Public Transports to Hotel Linden:
From the airport:
Take bus 200E from the airport till Kőbánya-Kispest then metro 3 (blue line) to Ferenc Körút then 4/6tram (yellow one) get off at Wesselényi Street and walk a bit till Hársfa street (Takes a bit more than an hour)
From Keleti railway station: Take bus 7E or simple 7 or 5 till Blaha Lujza tér from there 4/6tram (yellow one) and get off at Wesselényi Street and walk a bit till Hársfa street (Takes 20 mins usually)
From Népliget international bus station:
Get on the metro 3 (blue line) to Ferenc Körút then 4/6tram (yellow one) get off at Wesselényi Street and walk a bit till Hársfa street (Takes 30 mins)
I like to meet new people and help them to get to know my hometown, which is so interesting and beautiful.
You always can contact me, feel free anytime!
Looking forward to meet you in person!