The lobby is decorated with math symbols (on simulated blackboards) and books (some real, in
Hungarian). It in nonsmoking. The breakfast buffet (included) had a great variety of things from scrambled eggs to salad, cold cuts, sliced cheeses, cereal, fresh fruit, dried fruit, nuts, cereal, breads, jams, yogurts, tiramasu (in glasses, like a pudding), other small dish of things that I didn't recognize, apple and orange juice, a coffee machine that made a variety of coffees (including latte), a variety of teas to make with hot water. Our bathroom had a rectangular sink with a high faucet (pretty and modern), but not easy to wash in without splashing all over. The shower had only half a glass and no way to enclose it, so one had to be careful not to splash all over, plus the tile floor was very slippery. All looked nice and modern, but not always as functional as one would like. The staff was friendly and spoke English and German, as well as Hungarian, and perhaps other languages as well. It is non-smoking, but there are a couple of chairs with tables outside the lobby where one can smoke. I believe there is a garage. The elevator was fast. The internet worked well. The TV in the room had at least two English stations--CNN and Euronews. There is air-conditioning. Our room was on the 5th floor under the eves, with large windows with shades, but sometimes the air-conditioning got overwhelmed. There was a hair dryer and heated towel rack (that one could plug in) in the bathroom. The bed in our room was huge, like two U.S. queen size beds put together. There were bedside tables (with one drawer each). There was a large wardrobe for clothes and a long desk/table that had the TV, phone, hot pot with cups, glasses, and tea bags. There was one easy chair with foot stool. However, there was no chair for the desk and no room for a chair--I had to use the foot stool to type on the computer, and it was not that comfortable.