I stayed at K&K hotel for six nights, had family business to transact, location is excellent, was able to walk to various banks within 15 minutes, breakfast was very good with excellent coffee and friendly servers, some attractive areas for guests to meet or business to conduct in separate room on main floor; was able to change currency at front desk
Intelligent charming people at the front desk, very helpful in getting information
safe in room was advantageous
Room was good, bed good, but the room setup was somewhat awkward, bathroom door kept swinging,bathroom vanity had little room for makeup,etc., no shelves or hooks for hanging towels in bathroom
only mirror in bedroom was hung low and one had to sit to use it
Traveller from Arlington,Virginia, USA
Built in the 1990s, this marble-floored hotel sits on a residential street behind Andrassy Ut, one of Budapest's main …More
"Nice and cosy hotel, relatively central location"
This a very nice and cosy hotel, relatively central location, on a quite street off Andrassy ut.
Very nice and helpful staff, got room upgrade for free, and the room had a terrace overlooking the internal courtyard. A small pond with goldfish and running water and the surrounding trees create a very nice atmosphere in the courtyard, where you can enjoy your coffee / drinks. Previously stayed in four other hotels in the same price range and this one is definely my preferred choice. Good variety for breakfast, chocolate croissants were very nice. Very pleasant stay.
Located in Terezvaros, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cervantes Institute, Hungarian State Opera House, and Heroes' …More
we were welcomed even though we arrived early and not charged.
we were upgraded to a beautiful sweet suite with nice view.
the staff were helpful, and nice.
the location is excellent! - near the metro and hero square
Traveller from Hod Hasharon, Israel
Located in Terezvaros, this romantic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Zelnik Istvan Southeast Asian Gold Museum, Heroes' …More
The Hotel is good but having stayed in several Radisson Hotels in several cities around Europe I expected more. I can't say that something was really bad but starting from bed mattress quality to seat comfort in lobby bar to food quality in the restaurant and in breakfast, all did not meet expectation. That being said, price/quality was not bad.
Traveller from Athens, Greece
Centrally located Radisson Blu Beke Hotel is close to Nyugati railway station, the famous Andrassy Avenue, and Oktogon …More
Very good location, well designed and very clean rooms. Good and fast Internet, which is important for Hungary. Rooms are not equipped with telephone, but it's not necessary because of the Internet access (skype or other VoIP services will allow you to communicate without problem).
However very noisy ambiance, both from the street, and rooms with inside view, because of the noisy gate, which is closed after 22:00 for security reason. Hotel staff well comprehend English, and will assist you with your needs.
Fred from Mountain View, CA
Located in the center of Budapest, this family-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Budapest Operetta Theatre …More
We have just returned from Budapest after a wonderful experience staying at your hotel and visiting friends. The hotel was modern and quirky with interesting art work displayed throughout. Our room was large and overlooked a beautiful leafy courtyard. We really liked the bathroom with a large walk in shower. The lighting was imaginative and different in both the room and in the public areas. The breakfast space was welcoming and tastefully designed. The food was very good with plenty of choice. We also enjoyed the sparkling wine offered each day!
We would thoroughly recommend this hotel and hope to return ourselves before too long.
Traveller from U.K.
Located in Terezvaros, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of New Theatre, Hungarian State Opera House, and St. Stephen's …More
Terezvaros is one of Budapest’s most central districts. Nagymezo utca, the city’s version of Broadway, is lined with cafes, wine bars, and theatres, including the Municipal Operetta Theatre. The oldest metro line in continental Europe runs below ground in this district. Originally constructed in 1896 and revamped to celebrate its 100th anniversary, the line is still in use today.