|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Studio Apartment, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 2-3
Apartment size: 36 m2. Maximum number of guests: 3 (6 with other apartment #3565326)
This newly renovated luxury studio is located in the World Heritage 1st District. It is on a quiet street lined with flower beds and sidewalk artwork display from art galleries on this street. You will be two minutes away from Buda’s city center and the major metro station Széll Kálmán tér. Mammut mall, and the Buda Castle’s entrance Becsi Kapu (Vienna gate) are four minutes away.
This studio is ideal for luxury short term vacation rental stay for tourists, couples, a small family, business travelers, corporate rental or art enthusiasts.
We provide the comforts and conveniences of a boutique hotel such as free WiFi, flat screen High Definition Smart TV, safe, quality towels and bed linens, and a fully equipped kitchen. This will be your home away from home.
This luxury apartment is located on the 3rd floor of a 60s style building and comes with an elevator. Bright and cheerful, it is furnished for your comfort.
LIVING AREA AND KITCHEN
The kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, a microwave oven, 2 burner electric induction stove, coffee maker, electric water kettle, dishwasher and a refrigerator with freezer, cooking utensils, cutlery and dishes. The dining table seats up to 3 people comfortably. The air conditioned living area contains a two seater couch which pulls out as a bed which can sleep one adult comfortably. There is a smart LED TV with cable access.
The studio comes with a queen sized bed for two, a wardrobe and, a small working area The bathroom has a shower cabinet with rain shower, toilet, a sink and a washing machine. There is a large window facing the beautiful street, which is double glazed letting light in while keeping noise out.
INTERESTING BUDAPEST SIGHTS AND AMENITIES NEARBY
The most well-known historic sight of Budapest world heritage site is the Buda Castle and one of it’s entrances Becsi Kapu (the Vienna Gate) is 4 minutes walk from your luxury apartment.
Széll Kálmán tér is the most important transportation hub of Buda with the M2 (red) metro line station goes through here. Also the start of the longest tram lines driving through the city centre: Line 4 and 6 originates here. This is also the starting point of several tram lines and buses. With the subway or by these trams it takes between 7 to 15 minutes to get two city center stops Deák Tér or the Oktogon.
If you are a wine-lover, one of Budapest’s best wine shop Bortarsasag (Wine society) is just a minute away. Two other famous Budapest icons, the Oscar American Bar and restaurant and the famous Arany Kaviar(Golden caviar) restaurant are three minutes away
This area is also great for shopping. Within 5 minutes you can find a great food and produce market, the biggest in Buda; the Fény utca csarnok(market), open every day except Sundays, with fresh farmer's products and all kinds of food stores.
Five minutes away is the Mammut Shopping Mall which offers many international brands for clothes and accessories, as well as a supermarket, a drugstore, plenty of restaurants and cafés, book stores, beauty salons, banks/ATM machines and a gym..
The famous 700 year old Matthias church in the castle district and the Fisherman’s Bastion which offer stunning view of the Danube and the Pest side about 15 minutes walk from the studio. You could also take a bus to the castle. There are two bus stops within a minute walk on each side of the building entrance.
I mange this property and another one at Homeaway #3565326
Judit purchased this studio in 2013
This apartment is located in the Castle District of Budapest.
This apartment is located in Buda and not Pest. Buda is generally quiet, however, Pest is only 10 minutes away by public transportation.
The apartment is exactly as pictured ; the owner, Judit, is a wonderful host. The studio is near the Castle District and only 3 mn walk to the main Buda metro stop. It is clean and well equipped. It is very calm.We definitely recommend Buda Dream Studio.
Nous avons passé 5 jours dans ce studio et il n’y a franchement rien à redire ! L’immeuble en lui-même ne paie pas de mine, mais le studio, lui, est très sympa, très propre, il y a tout l’équipement, c’est très calme, sécurisé. Et surtout, c’est situé à deux pas de la station métro Szell Kalman qui dessert toute la ville. A pied, c’est situé aussi à 5mn du quartier du Château, quartier historique qui surplombe la ville. Judit, la propriétaire, est aux petits soins : l’accueil a été impeccable, elle nous a même fait découvrir les quartiers environnants. Elle parle très bien anglais et a aussi très bien compris notre anglais approximatif ! On peut difficilement faire mieux, ce studio est vraiment à recommander.
Thank you Judit!
Adélaïde and Laurent
Judit is extremely helpful. She actually takes you around the area on foot to show you where to buy tickets for transit, where the mall, banks, grocery stores are. She shows you how to get in and out of building. She takes the time to tell you important info such as which bus # to take. You can email or call her with any questions. She offers to help make any arrangements required, such as sites to see or airport transportation. The apartment is clean, new, fully stocked and in a great location. The pictures are accurate. Judit makes sure the apartment has things you will need, such as milk, butter, coffee, tea, eggs, cream cheese, juice, fruit, etc. This is so helpful when you first arrive and can't make it to the market until the next day. Our stay was great.
Chilliwack, BC (Near Vancouver) Canada
The Buda Dream Studio was absolute perfection. The apartment was clean and beautifully decorated. Judit was wonderful! She made sure that the space would be a little home away from home. The fridge was stocked with milk, juice, fruit etc. Judit took the time to tour us around the area and made sure we knew how to get around using the trains. We could not have asked for a better apartment or a better host in Budapest.
The apartment was exactly as advertised, clean and in an excellent location. Only a block away from a major transportation hub and in walking distance to attractions in the Castle District. Near a large shopping district and easy access to an outdoor market. Our manager took the time to walk us around the neighborhood, helped with obtaining a metro pass and showed us how to use it. She was like visiting an old friend. Will recommend this apartment to friends without hesitation.
My fiancee and I stayed at Judit's apartment for 4 nights. I can't describe how amazing of a host she is. When we arrived she was there to greet us with the most charming Hungarian hospitality. Judit had the fridge stocked with essential groceries, a fruit basket and, our favorite part, some traditional Hungarian snacks available. Next she gave us a tour of the area we were staying in + tips on taking public transit to all the biggest attractions in Budapest. My fiancee and I had just got engaged days earlier and she was so excited for us :) :). As for the apartment, it was also in perfect condition with all amenities needed while travelling + some extras you wouldn't think of. She had sewing kits, laundry soap, slippers, her own homemade wine for purchase and even a mobile phone for your use throughout your stay. Judit renovated this apartment with amazing detail and you could tell she put her heart into it. Thank you thank you thank you for being such a gracious host! We recommend this apartment to anyone travelling to Budapest, and hope our own friends & family would stay here when travelling!
This studio near Buda Castle exceeded all our expectations. It was exactly the way it was described on the web. Immaculately clean, very well thought out & intelligent floor plan with attention to details such as a jewelry box with a mirror smartly tucked away! But above all this it was Judit who made such a difference. She was there when we arrived, had breakfast stuff stocked in the refrigerator & showed us the neighborhood as well as the nearby tram, underground & bus depot. This is a place we plan to visit often and have already recommended it to many of friends & family. This studio is very well connected & has some amazing restaurants in the vicinity. Judit had arranged for a taxi to pick us up and drop us to the station when we left. She runs a first class operation here & I wish she would consider buying more properties in other European countries!:) Thank you Judit for making our Budapest holiday & memories special!
There are several historic sites and tourist attractions near Buda Dream apartments. Some of them are highlighted below:
Matthias Church (1.3 km 17 minutes)
Szentháromság tér 2, Budapest
Matthias Church (Mátyás-templom) was originally built in Romanesque style in 1015. The current building was constructed in the florid late Gothic style in the second half of the 14th century and was extensively restored in the late 19th century. It was the second largest church of medieval Buda and the seventh largest church of medieval Hungarian Kingdom.
Matthias Church Link
Fishermans Bastion(1.3 km 17 minutes)
Szentháromság tér 5
The Fisherman’s Bastion(Halászbástya) is a terrace in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque style situated on the Buda bank of the Danube, on the Castle hill in Budapest, around Matthias Church. It was designed and built between 1895 and 1902 on the plans ofFrigyes Schulek. Between 1947–48, the son of Frigyes Schulek, János Schulek, conducted the other restoration project after its near destruction during World War II.
From the towers and the terrace you can have a stunning view of Danube, Margaret Island, Pest and the Gellért Hill.
Its seven towers represent the seven Magyar tribes that settled in the Carpathian Basin in 896.
The Bastion takes its name from the guild of fishermen that was responsible for defending this stretch of the city walls in the Middle Ages. It is a viewing terrace, with many stairs and walking paths.
Fisherman’s Bastion Link
Buda Castle (2.2 km 27 mins)
Szent György tér 2
The imposing Buda Castle overlooks the city from its elevated position atop Várhegy (Castle Hill), rising 48 meters above the Danube. The castle has had a tumultuous history that reflects the ups and downs of Hungary’s fortunes.
Today the castle, often referred to as the Royal Palace (Budavári palota), is home to a number of cultural institutions, including two museums: the National Gallery and the Budapest History Museum.
Budapest History Museum at Buda Castle (2.2 km 27 minutes)
Szent György tér 2
Budapest History Museum’s collections is made up of three major parts: architectural findings, object materials from the city history and work of art. A visit through the exhibition is a virtual time journey, which gives you the opportunity to have a look at relics of the past raging from architectural findings that are more than 40,000 years old to posters from the 20th century. After a walk across the collection, you will know everything about the history of Budapest from Roman ages until the present day.
For those interested in seeing Buda Castle as it once was, the Budapest History Museum incorporates into its exhibits remains and reconstruction of parts of the former castle.
Budapest History Museum Link
Hungarian National Gallery at Buda Castle (2.2 km 27 minutes)
The Hungarian National Gallery is dedicated to Hungarian art from medieval times to the present day. In this museum, visitors will see Gothic pieces, Baroque art, and art from the 19th and 20th centuries. Seeing the Hapsburg crypt also found in the Hungarian National Gallery requires purchase of an extra ticket.
Hungarian National Gallery Link
Museum of Contemporary Art at Buda Castle (2.2 km 27 minutes)
Szent György tér 2
The Museum of Contemporary Art houses work by non-Hungarian artists, including Picasso and Warhol.
The Hospital in the Rock Museum (900 m 12 minutes)
The Hospital in the Rock Museum (Sziklakórház Múzeum) is part of an approximately 6-mile (10-km) stretch of interconnected caves and cellars beneath Buda Castle Hill. This museum is dedicated to a former secret emergency hospital and nuclear bunker.
The history of the emergency hospital goes back to World War II, when Castle District was part of the Government Quarter. The caves and tunnels were connected and fortified and used as an air raid shelter. On the orders of the Mayor of Budapest an emergency surgical hospital was also built within the caves beneath Buda Castle Hill. The hospital was actively used during WW II until July 1945 and then during the 1956 Revolution to treat wounded civilians and soldiers. Between 1958 and 1962 it was expanded to withstand potential chemical and nuclear attacks during the Cold War. The “Hospital in the Rock – Secret Emergency Hospital and Nuclear Bunker” opened to the public in 2008.
Hospital in the Rock Link
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge (1.9 km 22 minutes)
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge (Széchenyi lánchíd) is a suspension bridge that spans the River Danube between Buda and Pest, the western and eastern sides of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Designed by the English engineer William Tierney Clark, it was the first permanent bridge across the Danube in Budapest, and was opened in 1849.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Apr 1 2015 - Oct 31 2015
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$150|
|Notes||Parking available for $15 per day. Third person costs additional $15 per night.|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.