This tiny, bright and nicely renovated flat is in a small, quiet street at the centre of Budapest, a few steps away from jewish district. It's comfortable for 2 person (with one extra bed).
Tiny is a unique place since it's quite close (200m) to the "party district" of Budapest and it takes place in a quite, safe little street. The district of unique „ruin-pubs” is just a few steps away from the apartment within the Jewish district. The apartment is in a historical elegant building, which was built in 1905, in “liberty style”.
The apartment is fully equipped:
-Cable TV with international channels
-Free shampoo and soaps
-Blankets and sheets, complete bed linen
Interaction with Guests
When they will arrive, when they left and when they need any help.
The tourist attractions like Synagogue, National Museum, etc. are in walking distance from the apartment.
The apartment is only 50 meters away from Blaha Lujza square, a busy traffic point of the city with stops of the subway, trams, and several main bus lines. A lot of sightseeing tours have their stops here too. The flat itself is very quiet but as soon as you're outside you're in the middle of the nightlife district.
Other Things to Note
It is important for us to spend your time in Budapest in the most comfortable way. We can manage most of the extra requests such as: loaded fridge with food when you arrive, arrange country-wide tour, etc.. If you have any extra or special request, please let us know.
The extra bed is available in the apartment for 3000 HUF/night.
We cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage to the luggage.
Bed linen is included in the accommodation price per night. Pets are allowed according previous arrangement with extra charge. In
principle, any audio equipments are allowed, if the locality are not disturbed by their use. Should the level of noise in a room exceed a
normally acceptable volume, we will confiscate the apparatus and keep it under lock and key until your departure. Furthermore, we
request you to restrain from making any noise outside the building, in the courtyard or directly in front of the building and that you show
consideration for our neighbours.
Environmental protection and cleanliness:
Guests are strongly requested to avoid refuse and to sort refuse in accordance with the system in use in the guesthouse. Water and energy
(light, heating, electricity, warm water, etc.) should be used as sparingly as possible. Rooms and objects used by you must be tidied up and
From 10 pm, no noise should be made in the bedrooms or corridors which might disturb others.
Is not allowed in the apartment!
Whoever behaves in a way that contravenes these house rules, having received a single warning, may be banned from the guesthouse.
To sign this form mean that the house rules are understanded, and approved by the guests.
All equipment used by guests and/or guest’s guests or their children at their own risk. Guests should take all reasonable precautions if using such facilities to make sure they understand their proper use. Tiny Inn won't take any responsibility in case of accidents in the apartment.
great stay! the tiny inn was just what we needed for 2 people and it was easy to navigate the city from here. it was clean and the loft is spacious.
Very nice apartment, exactly as described. City center and Keleti train station can be reached within ten minutes. Communication with Valeria was perfect.
Stayed for six days, highly recommended.
Me and my friend was staying 5days in her room. It was really comfortable and satisfied. The location was quite near the city centre. This room is suitable for 2 people and Interiors was so nice.
I would recommend this room for all of world tourists.
Soon after making my reservation, Valeria reached out to me to me to answer any questions I had. She also voluntarily gave me some recommendations for places to eat at and bars to check out. That was very useful, and it helped me to plan my days. Unfortunately, I didn't get to meet Valeria personally when I arrived, but her friend was waiting at the apartment to pass me the key and to briefly explain everything to me. The apartment is just as it appears in the photos and has everything that a short-term visitor would need, from pots and plates in the kitchen to coffee and sugar in the jars. She was even kind enough to leave me a complimentary bottle of wine! And indeed, the apartment is just a 5 minute walk to the Jewish district where there are numerous cool joints that you can hang out at. To check out the sights, it is also easy to take the bus, tram or subway, which are all easily accessed from the apartment.
Our weekend stay in Tiny Inn was perfect. The apartement is bright, full of sun and in a nice building. I especially liked the high big bed - it was just something different to normal beds. Valeria and her friend who gave us the keys were super flexible with our late arrival on Friday. The apartament was really clean and the location was prefect to start a city walk. I didn't meet Valeria personally but she was replying fast and gave my boyfriend and me lots of information and was really caring - we got a bottle of wine which was a nice start in our Budapest weekend. Thank you :)
I unfortunately messed up the dates I would be staying at Tiny Inn when booking. Valeria was extremely understanding, flexible, and kind towards my mistake and quickly adjusted dates for me along with reassurance. I will be staying at Tiny Inn in April and seriously look forward to meeting her and her friend as they are truly kind people. Thank you and see you soon! :)
Excellent location at a great value. I did not get the chance to meet Valeria, but a friend met me to get me settled in. Valeria was in contact with me throughout the week. I would definitely choose to stay with Valeria again.
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I was born and live in Budapest with my boyfriend and with my pug. I am a professional make up artist of fashion photos and music videos. I like traveling, sporting and spend time with my precious friends. As a host I would like to share the lifestyle and the joy I feel as a real "Budapester" who lives in the downtown, at the edge of the so called "party district".