Hotel Fortuna3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The worst hotel i experienced, after not accepting their touristic bus offer, their behaviour changes, the guy on reception was so stupid after asking him to clean the room, they didn't clean it after 3 nights, room wasn't clean, bathroom smelling very bad and old!!!!! Breakfast so poor and hotel in general was noisy. Don't recommend anyone this hotel.
The worst room that i booked in my life!Don t go there.There is mould everywhere in the bathroom and stains all over the place.The windows didn t close proper and there was a water leek.The shower was full of rust stains.I booked it for the low price but is was a bad decision.You can find better hotels for that money.Don t go there!
My goodness, there is a sign outside at the street but I couldn't understand where the hotel was: it looks like an abandoned factory. Breakfast is awful and simple (eggs, ham, orange syrup, filter coffee), and it's away from the city center. I found a woman's hair on my bed so it's confirmed they don't change the sheets. It's old, appliances are from the 70s from its looks, same for furniture. Rooms are in quite a bit of bad shape, and the whole place is sepulcral silent, not even ambient music for breakfast. No shampoo in the bathroom, but they left a hands soap package in the shower (pfff). I really regret coming here. At least AC works in hot Budapest.. it's 500m away from the metro, supermarkets are 20' by foot or 19' by metro, not conveniently located. Only one Chinese restaurant next door and you're stuck in an awful hotel.
First of all the rooms were terrible my bed had ants in side also the room walls were very hollow also the shower was never hot and the door had no lock, breakfast was rubbish cold toast, warm milk. nothing positive to say about this hotel. Also the bedroom was never cleaned and never had fresh towels it was a disgusting 3 days.
Stayed for 4 nights during Hungarian GP in 2016. Rooms and toilets are dirty, furniture is extremely old, TV is the size of my tablet. During our stay, wifi did not work in our room, with different excuses every day and no real attempt to fix it. the only good thing is free parking overnight and location near metro station.
Hotel very close and easy to find from metro station on line 3. Room was at the back and very quiet. There was handwash in the bathroom but no soap or shower gel/shampoo provided. Shower had decent pressure and good hot water. Breakfast quite simple but enough to eat though hot food very limited and not on offer one morning but there didn't appear to be many staying in the hotel. Always a friendly cheery person on Reception both day and night. Fridge in room but no telephone. The bin in the room was emptied every day but bed wasn't made up or towels changed though I had a twin room and a spare set of towels as backup. Very reasonable for the price especially if you want to spend most of your time exploring the city and checking out the spas. There was a bar and a lounge area though never used these.
at first our journey from the nepliget bus station to the hotel looks kinda a lil bit creepy.dark roads,closed hospital,unique gate entrance of hotel.well,it is actually because we arrived late at night in winter.don't worry. ;) the room was nice for the price.free breakfast.we're students with tight budget.so it was comfortable and good for us.
I usually take reviews with a pinch of salt. So, even after reading Beatriz N's review a couple of days before setting off, I was still of an open mind. Having stayed there, I can only say that the review written by Beatriz N was pretty much spot on. I maybe wouldn't quite rate it as 1 star, but certainly no more than 2. I'm basing this on the low price paid. I can only guess that Beatriz N was as unfortunate as myself & my brother and the clerk in question was a youngish chap who I'm pretty sure didn't want to be there. His manner certainly alluded to this. On our last night we encountered the happy chap again after a day out in the city. It took him all his time to serve us at the bar & when he did, he snatched my money from me & almost threw my change back at me. All of this without a please or thank you, of course. There were two members of staff who were decent, though the cleaning staff were about as much use as an ashtray on a motorbike. Not once did they come in & clean the room, change (or even make) the beds & the towels (1 bath, 1 hand) were not changed either. They must have also attended the same charm school as the happy clerk, as on the first morning I smiled & said hello when I saw four of them in the corridor on the way to breakfast. This gesture was met by three blank looks & one scowl. Possibly the only thing to come out of it with any shred of credit apart from the previously mentioned two members of staff is the bed. Though it was a standard size single (which I normally fall out of) & the mattress was firm, I had three enjoyable nights sleep. The room, though clean & tidy enough for two blokes, had mismatched furniture which looked like MFI circa 1972 & a portable TV so miniscule I had to put my reading glasses on to see it. The shower room/toilet was poorly lit, the shower had mould in it & the sink had no plughole. The chipboard (yes, chipboard) walls were useless regarding soundproofing. I would neither visit this hotel again nor recommend it. This is the first bad review I've written & I hope it's the last.
Our first impression when we got to the hotel was that we were going through the back door. In fact, there was not a front door. We followed the arrows pointing to the so called entrance, which led us to an elevator that was switched off. As it turned out, the elevator doesn't work after 12am. We climbed two stories and faced a front lobby with slumber lights, and a clerk who was far from nice. But the worst came when we stepped into our rooms. After a corridor with a carpet with stains all over, when we opened the door we saw a dark and claustrophobic room, with tiny windows and very damaged furniture. The refrigerator stunk, the sheets were old and uncomfortable and the paint on the walls was peeling off. The bathroom was horrible, with mould and rust everywhere. In the morning, we were hoping that the breakfast was at least acceptable, but in was in fact poor on variety, quality and cleanliness. One star would be overrating this hotel. I world even say: this hotel shouldn't be open.
The room was not clean as I found hair under my pillow and bed sheet was smelly like it was not washed for a while. Toilet is smelly when I opened the door as air ventalation is not good. Everything else is good: location, basic breakast.
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Laundry facilities
Located in Ferencvaros within 2 miles (3 km) of Hungarian National Museum, Hotel Fortuna is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Arena Plaza Shopping Mall. This 30-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Gellert Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool and Hungarian State Opera House are also nearby.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast. At the end of the day, the bar/lounge is a great place to grab a drink.
Hotel Fortuna's 30 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators. Guests can enjoy TVs and stay connected with free WiFi.
At Hotel Fortuna, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas and laundry facilities. Parking is HUF 1500 per night (HUF 5.00 per stay for valet parking)—but if you prefer not to drive, catch a ride in the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for HUF 5800 per vehicle one way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage.
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35% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 137 reviews