- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa.
- This hotel provides transfers from the airport. To make arrangements, contact the property with arrival details prior to travel, using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
- Registered guests are the only ones allowed in guestrooms.
Hotel Rila Budapest2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed for 3 nights. The paper-thin walls together with the guests in the next room made it impossible for us to get any sleep. When we told the staff, they said they would solve the problem. Nothing happened. The next morning we were woken up at 7AM by the shouting and thumping on the wall. Once again, I told the receptionist (who was a different person and was not aware I had complaint before) and he said 'Sorry. They check out today.' And left. There was no hot water two out of three days. The hair dryer (which you have to ask for) was not working properly. The staff said Sorry, and did nothing about it. I had some belongings missing after cleaning. Once again, the staff put it down in a notepad and told me they would look into it. Next morning, I go and ask, and (different person) couldn't understand my problem. They ignored me And did nothing about my missing belongings. Their English is limited, but so is their willingness to help. Breakfast is definitely not worth the extra 5 euros they charge you for it. Mattresses are uncomfortable, there are two plugs in a room with 5 beds. Cleaning is poor, they don't change sheets and the floors and windows are disgusting. It's too far from the city centre. One hour walking to the pub area, 45 to the market. Definitely not worth what you pay.
Slightly off the beaten track, but within walking distance of the Metro and bus services into the City. It is clean, perfectly adequate for a short stay. Rooms comfortable, but on the small side! Recommended if not worried about the location. Just about walkable from the International Bus Station.
The room is very narrow. The battery is old with hot water separated from the cold with an old and broken mirror. Breakfast is poor with no natural coffee and no eggs. I liked having free internet parking and accepting pets. I could not sleep well because the mat was old and bent This hotel is actually a hostel.
We chose it b/c of the price and some of the reviews. It was very clean. It's easy to find/park (parking inside a gate). The staff was nice. The room was small, but we really only needed a clean place to sleep and shower, as we were sight-seeing all day, every day. It was about a 6 min walk to the metro, so it made it very easy to get to the more exciting parts of Budapest, no problem. It was very quiet. The bathroom was quite large and very clean. We were very happy with our stay, and the low price we paid for the room (76 Euro for 2 nights, no extra taxes/fees). The wifi was spotty on night #1, but just fine on night #2. Perfectly good hotel for the low price! Don't bother with the breakfast - head out to the Metro station instead in the morning.
We landed here for one night by accident, because the fancy hostel we booked downtown suddenly claimed they “had a problem with the card keys” that could be only fixed the next day. Rila reminded me of the budget accommodation we had on school trips back in primary school. We received a tiny room with three simple beds, two bed tables, a chair and a wardrobe that was falling apart, inside it a dozen hangers, each one “stolen” from somewhere else. Some paint falling off here, some rust there, no design at all (aside from a lonely picture hanging on the wall) -- overall pretty depressing and we were happy to leave early morning. The place certainly needs an overhaul and some renovations. On the plus side, staff was very kind and helpful. Perhaps it’s a fine place when just passing by the city, to spend a quick night in.
Made my reservation two weeks before my travel. Confirmed everything was ok two days before arriving, in which the hotel replied everything was fine. When I arrived - late night, the receptionist, an old man, tried to explain to me he had made a mistake, but his english was terrible, and for the almost entire time I was with him he would do this talking to himself in Hungarian all the time, like he was thinking loud, but he really, REALLY, almost wouldn't stop talking. Turns out he explained they were overbooked, but he would try to find a solution. First, he thought about a room in the attic, which I assume hadn't been used in ages, because he went there with me, on 4th floor, and tried for about HALF AN HOUR to open with all possible keys he could find (he went back three times to reception to get more keys). Back at reception, after cursing a lot more in Hungarian (I understood some of the cursing) he explained he hadn't a solution. He then GRABBED A UGLY PILLOW AND ASKED ME TO SLEEP A LITTLE IN THE COUCH, that I would have a room in the morning. I was very tired, and at that point already with zero patience. So I basically yelled and said that I would absolutely sleep on that, that I couldn't believe he had the courage to propose me this bs. After some more 10 min talking to himself (always in Hungarian), he remembered that there was a room that was rented by a company, but at that night no worker of it had checked in. I finally got to sleep and changed room the next morning. Also: the room of the next day was dirty. I asked for cleaning, after the second time the cleaning lady scrubbed a mop on the floor. I pointed out the sheet had dust. Instead of changing the sheet, the passed the mop on the dirty area, giving me a big smile as if she had done the most tremendous job. On brief: this hotel is just wrong. VERY WRONG. Not worth the economy. AVOID!
Close to a metro station and 7 tram sops away from the train station. The furniture is dated and the rooms are small, yet if you are staying for a night or two it is alright. I disliked the fact that the room had sheets for just one person even though we booked it for 2, but the cleaning lady solved the problem promptly. The blankets and pillows looked old and worn-out. There are several free parking spots available. It is a quiet neighbourhood, but the walls are very thin and you can hear everything.
Thanks to very kind people at the reception (speaking English very well), our staying at the hotel as a family was great. Room has 4 single beds and bathroom (its 2 star hotel not 4 as some expect and you pay for 2 star hotel). It was clean and quite no.103 at the first floor with parking view. You get liquid soap and towel per person. At the holl, you can buy coffee from machine for 200 forints which is less than 1 euro. You can buy decent breakfast for 4 euros per person. I was personal very satisfied with accommodation considering how much I payed. I will go to this hotel again, no doubt.
Location is good, it is near metro station and you can easily get into centre. Our room was...not good. The beds are old and half-broken. Bathroom is small. The whole room looked like it needed a good cleaning. This hotel is good to spend 2-3 sleeping in it, otherwise I wouldn't recommend it.
Only stayed two days in budapest and this hotel was quite convenient. It is 7 tram stops from Keleti train station with the 24. The room was clean, pretty spacious and basic. Internet in the room works really slow. Overall it isn't very good but it's ok for a short stay and not very far from city center.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Ferencvaros within 2 miles (3 km) of Hungarian National Museum, Hotel Rila Budapest is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Gellert Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool. This 39-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Also close to this Budapest hotel are Rudas Baths and Arena Plaza Shopping Mall.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM.
All 39 air-conditioned rooms provide phones and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi.
Hotel Rila Budapest features free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and coffee in a common area. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a computer station, express check-in, and express check-out.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
43.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 96 reviews