Checking In: Soho Boutique Hotel, Budapest


Soho Boutique Hotel, Budapest

Walking through the old stone, and cobbled streets of the Jewish Quarter and along Dohany Utca, the Soho Boutique Hotel Budapest stands out like a sore thumb, with neon signs and it’s glass frontage.

The lobby and bar are also bright and iridescent with a blue and orange colour scheme.

Soho Boutique Hotel, Budapest

Admittedly the rooms aren’t something you would write home about, small and basic, although this is also something I find to be a redeeming feature. When travelling, my accommodation needs tend to be fairly basic: a comfy bed, security for myself and my belongings and a clean shower (also decent Wi-Fi is an added bonus.)

Soho Boutique Hotel, Budapest

The hot and cold buffet breakfast was a great way to start the day before heading out to explore the city. I’d read some reviews from people who weren’t impressed by what was on offer, but I found it to be perfectly acceptable, with a great range of options from delicious scrambled eggs, hot and cold meats and cheeses, fruits and yoghurts and great coffee. and juices.

Soho Boutique Hotel, Budapest

If you’re travelling on a budget but want that extra bit of comfort and security without paying sky-high prices I would definitely recommend Soho Boutique Hotel Budapest.


Room Rates: Start from £45.00 (Bed and Breakfast)

Location: Dohany utca 64, 1074 Budapest, Hungary

Soho Boutique Hotel Budapest


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