Butterfly Hostel & Guesthouse
Be like a butterfly and float easily around Budapest from our central location!
Our hostel does not contain dorms but instead caters to groups, couples and families travelling together. We're on the first floor of a retro-style, authentic and typical residential building in downtown Pest.
We have four separate rooms which share two bathrooms between them, as well as an extra WC. They also share a fully-equipped kitchen with a dining table for eight people. The common room has a TV, comfy couches, free Wi-Fi and a computer with internet. There's free linen, free towels, free hairdryer and iron, free tea and coffee, and free use of our washing machine and drying facilities. If you have a bike you're welcome to park it safely in the courtyard of the house.
Butterfly Hostel has a great city centre location. We're near Andrassy utca as well as both Oktogon and Vörösmarty metro stations, meaning you can quickly and easily explore the whole city from here, any time of day or night.
Our check-out time is flexible and you can leave your luggage in our hostel afterwards!
Don't miss our Butterfly Days - we have traditional Hungarian food with wine and pálinka-tasting on the first Wednesday of every month!
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Hostel Facilities & Policies
- Bicycle parking
- Breakfast not included
- Cable TV
- Child Friendly
- Common Room
- Credit Cards Not Accepted
- Free City Maps
- Free Internet Access
- Free Wifi
- Hair Dryers
- Hair Dryers For Hire
- Hot Showers
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
- Pet Friendly
- Reading Light
- Taxes included
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Towels For Hire
- Towels Included
- Washing Machine
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 3 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
DirectionsShow MapHide Map
1. From Nyugati plyaudvar station (Western Railway Station)
Come out of the station and turn onto Terz Krt street. When you get to the next corner (Podmaniczky utca street) take a left onto Podmaniczky utca street. Go along and when youre at the second corner turn right onto Csengery utca street.
2. From Oktogon
When you arrive to Oktogon (the big interchange), walk a little bit on Terz krt street and turn right onto Aradi utca street. Go along and when youre at the second corner turn left onto Csengery utca street.
From Keleti plyaudvar station (Eastern Railway Station)
Take the bus (nr. 5, 7, 7E, 173, 173E) or the metro 2 (red metro line) or walk to Blaha Lujza tr. Then take the tram nr. 4 or 6 Oktogon station.
From Dli plyaudvar station (Southern Railway Station)
Take the metro 2 (red metro line) to Szll Klmn tr station. From here you can take the tram number 4 or 6 to Nyugati plyaudvar.
From the airport
Ferihegy 2 (Liszt Ferenc Nemzetkzi Replotr)
Take the 200E shuttle bus heading to Kobnya-Kispest, from here you can get the metro 3 (blue metro line) to Nyugati Plyaudvar station.
From Npliget bus station
You can take the metro 3 (blue metro line) to Nyugati Plyaudvar station.
From Stadionok bus station
Take the metro 2 (red metro line) to Blaha Lujza tr station. From here you can take the tram number 4 or 6 to Oktogon.
Sightseeing places within 15 minutes from our hostel:
Along Andrssy Avenue
Andrssy Avenue is an iconic avenue in Budapest, Hungary, dating back to 1872. It links Elizabeth Square with the City Park. Lined with spectacular Neo-renaissance mansions and townhouses featuring fine facades and interiors, it was recognised as a World Heritage Site. It is also one of Budapests main shopping streets, with fine cafes, restaurants, theatres, and luxury boutiques.
Oktogon is at the Grand Boulevard's (Nagykrt) junction with Andrssy Avenue (Andrssy t) in Budapest, Hungary. Oktogon is also a station on the yellow M1 line of the Budapest Metro.
2. Millennium Underground
The Metro 1 (Officially: Millennium Underground Railway or M1) is the oldest line of the Budapest Metro system. Known in Budapest simply as 'the underground' ('a fldalatti'), it is the second-oldest underground railway in the world, and the oldest in continental Europe. It's listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
3. Franz Liszt square
In Hungarian Liszt Ferenc tr is a square with the Academy of Music and a multitude of cafs.The square is famous for its many restaurants and cafs with terraces. Also, in the winter it holds a Christmas fair. The oldest building of the square is the corner building with the number 7 mark. It was built in 1860.
4. The House of Terror
Terror Hza commemorates the two main oppressing regimes in Hungary, Fascism and Communism, and their victims. This museum is interesting, intense and unmissable.
5. Hungarian State Opera House
The Hungarian State Opera House ('Magyar llami Operahz') is a neo-Renaissance opera house located in central Pest (a part of Budapest), on Andrssy t. Designed by Mikls Ybl, a major figure of 19th century Hungarian architecture. There are guided tours in the building in six languages almost every day. Opera is also a station on the yellow M1 (Millennium Underground) line of the Budapest Metro located near the building.
6. Heroes Square
Hősk tere is one of the major squares in Budapest, rich with historic and political connotations. It lies at the end of Andrssy Avenue (with which it comprises part of an extensive World Heritage site), next to City Park. The huge statues honour the leading heroes of Hungarian culture and history.
7. City Park Budapest
City Park (Vrosliget) is a public park in Budapest close to the city centre. Its main entrance is Heroes Square (Hősk tere). Its a perfect place for walking, having a picnic, resting and having fun with your family and friends.
8. Margaret Island
Margit-sziget is an island in the middle of the Danube in central Budapest. The island is mostly covered by landscape parks, and is a popular recreational area. The island spans the area between the Margaret Bridge (south) and the rpd Bridge (north).
9. Parliament (Orszghz)
This Neo-Gothic building is the largest in the country. It is the permanent location of the national assembly, situated on the bank of the Danube, and its entrance faces Kossuth Square.
10. St. Stephens Basilica (Szent Istvn Bazilika)
This is the largest church in Budapest, its dome can be seen from all points of the city and offers a wonderful 360 view of the city.