"We arrived in Budapest in late July 2015 after pre-arranging a stay at the Liesel/Pierre apartment. We travelled by air from Cleveland, Ohio to Budapest with a few stops in between, so we arrived a bit weary. Luckily, we had taken our host, John's advice, and hired his driver to pick us up at the airport; he was there as planned, and drove us through the city, directly to our apartment. We liked him so well that we used his services for day trips during our stay!
We were greeted kindly by the apartment property manager, and she gave us an orientation to all of the ins and outs...including the locks and safety features of the apartment building. She had stocked the apartment with a huge bowl of fresh blueberries, cheese, salami, fresh baked bread, butter, water, wine, coffee and milk, and freshly baked, still warm hungarian pastries!! What a treat all of this was. We had a snack and a strong coffee, and felt ready to make use of our first day in Hungary.
About the apartment: The living space is not huge, but it is enough, and it is very comfortable. The kitchen is perfectly equipped with every tool or utensil you may need. The pull-out couch bed is wonderfully comfortable, and the bed in the bedroom is, too. The linens are top-notch, and all kinds of extras were supplied...from shampoo, to toothpaste, to band-aids and sewing kits. We wanted for nothing. Our host even supplied a full set of electrical converters for any tech or appliance we may have brought with us.
What I appreciated most about our stay in this apartment was it's owner/manager. John was completely willing to communicate with us about our stay. He was happy to help us with our trip planning, and was able to answer all of our questions. He worked hard to accommodate us. And, we felt very well cared for, and perfectly accommodated. We will refer others to the beautiful city of Budapest, and we will surely recommend them to stay in one of John's properties. Our experience was stellar. Thank you, John!"
Guest: Meg B.
Date of Stay: July 2015
Review Submitted: August 28, 2015