- 3 guest reviews
"The Cosmo is in a perfect position on a street full of restaurants and shops, but not in the nightclub district so it's pretty quiet from ar..."
"Pleasing standard for a city-centre budget hotel. Convenient location, helpful staff. Had everything it professed to offer. A bit disappoint..."
About the hotel
The hotel is ideally located in a neighbourhood of fancy restaurants and shops, very close to the renowned Market Hall and the bank of the River Danube. It provides easy access to all 3 metro lines and the main buses and trams. Built in 2010, this stylish and chic hotel is situated in the heart of Budapest on the pedestrian Váci Street.
The 36 comfortable and well-equipped rooms are ideal for both business and leisure travellers. The air-conditioned establishment features a lobby with 24-hour reception, and dining facilities on offer to guests include a café and a restaurant. All rooms are equipped with a laptop-sized safe in all rooms, high-speed Internet access and satellite/cable TV. To ensure a comfortable and undisturbed stay, units come with an en-suite bathroom and individually regulated air conditioning and central heating.
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- Hotel services
- 24 Hour Reception
- In room facilities
- Safety Deposit Box
- Lift to all floors, Public Air Conditioning
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- 04/02/2011 to 31/12/2012 - City tax (4%) is not included in the price. The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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67% would recommend it to a friend
A definite maybe.
The Cosmo is in a perfect position on a street full of restaurants and shops, but not in the nightclub district so it's pretty quiet from around midnight, yet is a short walk from the livelier areas.
Oar corner room had one window on this street, and two on a side street down which we could see the Danube. The room was comfortable and the shower, no bath, very good. The wardrobe had shelves for clothes but the hanging area was less than 30cm wide. This would not have been too bad if an iron had been provided, but there was none as the hotel provides an ironing service which seemed a bit expensive. Breakfast was a split decision as my wife does not like continental type sausage, and no bacon was provided. I found it acceptable and plentiful though not really appealing One slow toaster did not help. There was tea, of sorts, coffee, fruit juices,boiled egg, scrambled egg, various sausages and croissant. The real disappointment was the lift being out of action for three days 'because it rained'. With this said I would recommend Cosmo as a great base as long as you know what to expect
Summary of hotel's facilities etc
Pleasing standard for a city-centre budget hotel.
Convenient location, helpful staff. Had everything it professed to offer. A bit disappointing on breakfasts - about 12 different fruit teas, but only Earl Grey as a "conventional" tea. When I asked about availability of breakfast tea, I might have been speaking Klingon for all the success it brought. My advice: take your own teabags to breakfast. Various coffees - plus chocolate, were available, but only 2 cereals. Modest choice of hot items. The room was adequately sized, good large double bed, clean, satisfactory free wi-fi in the room. Toilet pan rather high off the floor, but excellent shower.
Communal PC in the lobby, but no printer. A good standard of English spoken by all reception/breakfast staff. Very good and helpful local knowledge. Overall, a pleasant experience.