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Sleek Downtown Apartment in a Historic Building

Budapest, Hungary
Airbnb Plus
Entire apartment hosted by Andrea
6 guests2 bedrooms2 beds1 bath
Gather around the chic glass-topped dining table in front of the ultra-modern fireplace in a charming 19th century building. Elegant furnishings, luxurious fabrics, and clean lines combine with a stylish, neutral color palette for a glamorous look.
“It’s best to relax after a long and hard day in the peaceful milieu of the electric fireplace and the atmospheric lights with a glass of champagne in your hand.”
– Andrea, your host

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Self check-in
Full kitchen
Washing machine
Bathroom essentials
Bedroom comforts
Coffee maker
Hair dryer
Indoor fireplace

5.0 out of 5 stars from 50 reviews
5.0 (50 reviews)


Budapest, Hungary

Andrássy Avenue is a legendary boulevard dating back to 1872, which was recognized as a World Heritage site in 2002. It's surrounded by luxurious boutiques and gourmet restaurants. One of the bigger attractions is the Hungarian State Opera House.

Distance from Budapest Airport

28 mins by car without traffic

Hosted by Andrea

Joined in June 2015
  • 50 Reviews
  • Identity verified
  • Andrea
During your stay
Your host won’t be on the property but they’ll be available for anything you need during your stay.
  • Languages: English, Français, Español

Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 2:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Safety & Property
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $326