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With splendid architecture, fantastic river views, unfiltered nightlife, world-known festivals, superb bridges and bombastic Hungarian cuisine, Budapest is one of Europe’s most exciting destinations. Affordable and surprising, the glorious city on the Danube has its own unique character and unlimited energy — enough to amaze the travelers coming here. As one of the most popular Central European cities to visit, the Hungarian capital enjoys many cool rental options ranging from the boho-chic spots in the heart of the palace-filled neighborhoods to luxurious penthouses overlooking the river glory.
Let us guide you through the best Budapest Airbnbs that will ensure your stay in the Pearl of the Danube is truly unforgettable.
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Hungarian Parliament building may well be one of the most striking architectural feats of Europe and this fantastic property lets you enjoy its grandeur right from the balcony. The classical apartment is a premium rental located in the classiest neighborhood of Budapest. The modern minimal design combined with a stunning palatial setting gives you a luxurious time in the Hungarian capital. The Airbnb comes with a corner kitchen, high-ceilinged living room, air conditioning across the property and a Smart TV.
A unique location next to the iconic Chain Bridge makes the Belvedere apartment a gem in the Buda part of the city. You’ll have a bright spacious property with a modern design, two air-conditioned bedrooms, a living room and a fully equipped kitchen with a Nespresso coffee machine. Its real draw is a terrace with a fantastic Danube view giving your breakfasts and dinners a special atmosphere. Wi-Fi and two Smart TVs keep the party running and the setting can’t be better for exploring the sights-filled Castle Hill.
Budapest is a city famous for its magnificent thermal baths. But it’s one thing to share the water with other visitors, it’s a completely different story to have your own private spa. Villa Wellness boasts a pool, a sauna and a jacuzzi for unbounded aqua self-indulgence. One of the best villas in Budapest, this property is located in the quiet residential area of the city and comes with air-conditioned rooms, a cozy patio, a BBQ and 65-Inch TV. Once you’re ready to get out of your private heated pool, get a taste of Old World thermal delights at fantastic Art Nouveau Gellert Baths.
The Hungarian capital is the epitome of a romantic destination and La Belle Maison is a wonderful apartment to match the mood. Situated in a historic Castle Hill neighborhood on a quiet backstreet filled with small picturesque Renaissance houses, this property is lovingly designed in a pastel-colored style and offers comfort and cheerfulness. Guests loved the proximity to all the highlights of the Buda part of the city, the cute interiors and the hospitality of the host. The property would be ideal for a couple holidaying in Budapest.
If waking up to the sight of Budapest’s grandiose Basilica is something that excites you, this centrally-located loft would be a perfect choice for accommodation. You’re getting a carefully designed property that enjoys lots of space and light offering a cozy refuge from the vibrant city life of Budapest. And you’re never far from basically everything the Pest side has to offer. Guests noted the ideal location of the apartment minutes away from Parliament, shopping heaven Váci street and Deák Ferenc square. The property comes with a fully equipped kitchen, air conditioning, flat-screen TV and WiFi. Stepping out, pay a visit to the Basilica and go all the way up its tower to marvel at the 360-degree view of Budapest from above.
Get right into the center of action staying at this affordable cozy apartment set in the heart of the Budapest Jewish Quarter, also known as a Party District. You will have a simple and clean studio with a nice balcony, Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen and a washing machine. This budget Budapest Airbnb is located just perfectly to explore the city center during the daytime and party at night with vibrant Király Street famous for its bars, street food and nightclubs. Don’t miss a chance to visit Szimpla Kert, a ruin bar centerfold of the city’s alternative scene, as well as have a bite of mouthwatering baguette at local street food favorite Bors Gastro Bar.
Not everything is about urban exploration in the Hungarian capital, as the hills that surround the city are perfect for a natural escape too. One of the best tiny house properties of Budapest is Cabin&Canvas, a unique cutting edge rental where modern design meets outdoor living. Located on the edges of Normafa nature reserve, the property features a fully renovated wooden cabin with an equipped kitchen, electric heating and wood-burning stove. Also, it comes with a vinyl record player and board games. Outside in the garden, you’ll have a chance to camp in a super cozy bell tent. Ideal for both a romantic getaway and a family holiday, this Airbnb is a hidden gem of Budapest and an ultimate stay to experience.
Spectacular is a great word to describe this riverside Airbnb in Budapest. Inside it’s an uber-stylish flat located in a palace building right in the most prestigious district of the city. But it’s the view that takes your breath away, an expansive vista of Budapest’s most stunning attractions – the Parliament, the Danube and the Castle. All of it is observed from the exquisite comfort of thoroughly designed rooms. You are getting a 1,109-square-foot apartment with three bedrooms complete with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a fully equipped kitchen. Guests were charmed by the views and a luxury offer.
If you’re looking for a change from a minimalist design and ready to fully embrace the palatial Bridgerton-like vibe, this apartment can be a real treat. Grande is not an empty word here, you’ll feel like a full-fledged aristocrat of the past passing through the authentic halls filled with old furniture, big mirrors and heavy chandeliers. The view is a showstopper too, you’ll enjoy vistas of Danube and Buda right from your living room. The 21st century is represented by free Wi-Fi, a modern fully-equipped kitchen and a 47-inch LED flat-screen TV. Get yourself a royal retreat at this property traveling a few centuries back when Baroque was trendy and the opulent balls were en vogue.
Wonderful location, brilliant interior design and rave reviews make this Scandi-Style Loft one of the best Airbnbs you can book in Budapest. Just around the corner from busy upscale Váci street popular among the shoppers, this property would definitely please all the good living aficionados. Bright and carefully designed, it can accommodate up to four people. You’ll have a comfy living room with cable TV and sofa bed, a full kitchen with espresso machine and a bedroom with a Smart TV. All rooms are air-conditioned. Be sure to go on a shopping spree through Váci street as well as marvel at the city panoramas from the Danube waterfront.
Nothing captures the idea of being on top of Budapest better than enjoying a warm jacuzzi from your own private rooftop terrace with a stunning view of St. Stephen’s Basilica. This luxury penthouse offers just that combined with a slick minimalist interior, a fully equipped kitchen and a Finnish sauna to make relaxing even easier. You’re also staying right in the heart of the Pest part of the city so a walk to the main sights won’t take more than a couple of minutes. Hop on the oldest metro of continental Europe at Opera station and head to the impressive Heroes Square, one of Budapest’s must-see places.
Art buffs, rejoice! This Budapest Airbnb has you covered for an inspiration boost. Boasting impeccable attention to detail, the property features a homey, stylish design and a 19th-century renovated piano. Set among the embassies on the city’s upscale Andrássy street, the flat consists of a spacious living room and a bright bedroom. There’s air conditioning, Smart TV and a full kitchen. A perfect place to base yourself in Budapest while exploring local art museums and concert halls.