Review of the Fraser Residence in Budapest, Hungary
The Fraser Residence in Budapest combines the best hotels have to offer with the best apartments have to offer. They provide one or two bedroom suites with the amenities of a spacious apartment, meaning a fully equipped kitchen where you’re able to cook a nice meal and a washing machine. Like a hotel, they serve breakfast and also provided some fruit, tea, water, and juice upon our arrival in our room.
My friend and I stayed at Fraser for two nights in September of 2017. Our one bedroom apartment was quiet and spacious, well equipped with a dining table seating four people, an open kitchen, a desk, couch and coffee table. The balcony in our room was accessible through both the bedroom and the living room. Our twin beds were very comfortable. The room also had an iron including an ironing board – so all the things you couldn’t live without at home as well.
Fraser is located about a 25 min walk to Budapest’s inner city, which is why it’s great for people who prefer a more quiet area. Nevertheless, plenty of shops, supermarkets, bakeries and restaurants are just around the corner and so is a major shopping mall – the Corvin Plaza. Within about 10 minutes, you’re at the Danube.
All staff was very friendly and helpful.
For breakfast, they offer a choice of pastries, breads and spreads, veggies and fruit, eggs, beans and meats, yogurt and some cereal.
Frasers’ Luxury Serviced Apartments can be found worldwide, but are mostly spread out through Asia and the UK. They also have a loyalty program.
A big thanks to the Fraser Residence for supporting me on my visit to Budapest. As always, all opinions are my own.
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