540 meters to public transportation
Located in heart of Moscow
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.3|
|Distance to city center||1.5 Km|
|Nearest airport||Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)|
|Distance to airport||25.8 km|
"Nice decent hotel."
June 30, 2016
July 12, 2017
July 12, 2017
"Very helpfull staff"
February 3, 2018
Occupying a 19th century building in the inner city, this classy vintage property offers neoclassical charm at a more than reasonable rate. A short walk from the Kremlin, the Budapest Hotel was once the haunt of noblemen and dignitaries, a respectable past that lingers in its decorative cornices, lofty ceilings, and heavy Victorian furniture. Located right where everyone in Moscow wants to be, the hotel is only a short walk from the Bolshoi and Chekhov Theaters, lies amid a surplus of good eating, and is perilously close to the city's most expensive shopping. Rooms reflect the past grandeur of the Budapest Hotel and are refreshingly full of character, having been spared the fate of the ultra-modern refurbishment.
"Recommend for stay"
April 20, 2016
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-4 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib available upon request
Children 5-7 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 8 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
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Weekend in Moscow”
Stayed at the hotel for a long weekend. Budapest was walking distance to Red Square and train station. Expensive but very nice restaurants next door to the hotel. Buffet breakfast was simple but nice. Thanks to Women's Day we even had buffet champagne. Rooms are a little old, but nice and comfortable. The beds were like sleeping on could nine, super soft. I was surprised at how quiet it was at night. The bathroom was HUGE and very clean. To the princess type ladies, I suggest bringing your own hairdryer.
great hotel allround”
Old and stylish, excellent service and breakfast, dinning room bit busy and some tables are difficult to set around. Great location and very large room replaced the mini suite we booked but it was all good
lots of atmosphere”
Second time stayed here. Great location, big room, good breakfast, helpful staff. 2 bars that serve food - either snacks or meals available for dinner, prices reasonable. Grand old building, room a bit shabby but overall a great place to stay, short walk to Red Sqare.
The room was nice, and they have friendly 24 hour reception. About 10min walk to the Red square, absolutely not the nearist, but quite acceptable considering the price and the nice room.
Very nice hotel ”
We like this hotel a lot,we've spent seperate two nights there,both of the rooms are lovely,capacious space and warm and it's also not far from the metro,it's easy to be found through google maps,compare the other rooms we booked in Moscow,we like Budapest most.
Great location that needs renovation”
Lovely place, great location giving quick access to all cool places in Moscow's centre. Friendly service, still reminiscent of the 90s... The building and the rooms need renovation - from CRT TVs to windows and piping. And a warning - the two streets around the hotel - Neglinnaya and Petrovskie Linii are currently (Oct 2015) under full renovation. A lot of noise till pretty late at night.
A short break in the centre of Moscow”
My stay was very pleasant, It is a good hotel based in the city centre, very spacious. All the facilities were in working order, the only problem was that there was not a plug in the hand basin in the bathroom.
Mingle with the oligarchs!”
We got upgraded to a VIP Suite so I'm not going to be complaining but I would not want to. The hotel is ideally located for the main tourist sites of Kremlin and the Red Square. Only a 15 minute stroll. The Bolshoi (when/if it re-opens) is just 5 minutes away. Nearest Metro station also about 5 minutes. It is also in the heart of the very up-market shopping area, every famous and expensive name with plenty of Ferraris and Porches and Range Rovers in the street - clearly where the oligarchs gather! The hotel has clearly been refurbished in the recent past, everything works and it is clean and spacious. They put on a good selection for breakfast, though the breakfast room is too small for the hotel and gets crowded. We didn't eat in the hotel except for breakfast so can't comment on the restaurant. We did, though, eat at two restaurants nearby andf both were good (though a bit pricey) One negative - the money they were asking for Wi-Fi internet in the room was outrageous! For Moscow the rates are pretty good - though still high by European standards.
We stayed at the Budapest Hotel for 3 nights and had enjoyed it. The reception staff were nice and helpful. The room was spacious (though a bit outdated) and very quiet, and the hotel is centrally located, just 10-15 minutes' walk from the Kremlin. It wasn't cheap though, but still much cheaper than other hotels in the same area. I would definitely go back if I visit Moscow again in the future.
Nice room and good location”
I stayed in Budapest Hotel on the new year eve 31 Dec, hotel location was nice, 15 mins walk to Red Square. I would recommend this hotel and will absolutely come back.
Historical building and very pleasant staff”
In the Moscow center, located about 10 min. walk from Red Square, around a lot of shopping centers, restaurants and bars. Close access to metro.
Too Old!! Noisy Air-Con disturb me all night!”
- Good & patient front desk staff, can speak Eng - Fast response to special request - Good location, city centre BUT X very old facility! X old and noisy air con makes u cant sleep all night! X floor is not flat....how come?! X floor mat is dusty(moscow is dusty so may need deep clean for the mat) X no more bottled water for continous night, just one free for first night....how come?!
Central location and rather dated room”
First business trip to Moscow, and decided to stay in the city centre. The price was quite cheap for this location: eating out, shopping and theatres are all a stone's throw from the hotel. Was relatively easy to get an Uber to travel for work meetings. However, might choose an international hotel brand with new facilities to stay next time.
Internet and telephone services not good”
cannot make international calls from room; only from front desk. Front desk night staff could not make any international calls. They had good attitudes and tried to be helpful, but they are not well trained and their systems are obsolete. Maybe new management or owner?
Great location. Average hotel.”
There is no doubt that the best thing about the Budapest Hotel is its location - a 10 minute walk to Red square and the Kremlin and even closer to the Bolshoi Theatre. The second best thing is the wide variety they offer at their buffet breakfast. Apart from that, it's a pretty average hotel. Staff are friendly enough, but have only basic English speaking skills. It's irritating that they charge for wifi access - here's a tip though. The Budapest is connected by corridor has free wifi access in the foyer and it's easy to just sit.
Nice decent hotel. Breakfast can be better though.
Good hotel in Moscow”
Hotel is reasonable good, but price is not so cheap.
Highly Recommended ”
Great Location Great Staff Great Value Plus they upgraded us the Suite was huge
Excellent and very impressed.”
Near Red Square and Metro. Beautiful hotel. Good breakfast.
Very good ☺”
Very good ☺