The capital of Hungary has become one of the most sought-after city break locations in Europe in recent years. If you’re planning to visit, these are the best Airbnbs in Budapest you need to book.
Known as ‘Paris of the East’, Budapest is a bucket list-worthy destination full to bursting with history, culture, and sights to explore.
Set along the Danube, the city we know today results from two formerly separate entities, ‘Buda’ and ‘Pest’, located on opposite sides of the river, coming together.
With plenty of brilliant things to see and do across this fascinating city, you’ll want to ensure you have a cosy place to retreat back to at the end of the day.
Thankfully, Budapest is home to a whole host of fantastic Airbnbs, perfect for every kind of traveller. Today, we give you the ten best Airbnbs in Budapest you need to book right now.
The World Bucket List’s top facts about Budapest:
- The city is split in two parts: Buda and Pest. We highly recommend visiting both areas.
- An evening walk along the Danube – one of the longest rivers in Europe – will lead to awesome views of Hungary’s parliament building. A boat trip on the Danube is one of our 20 incredible Bucket List examples which will inspire you.
- Visit the city’s many thermal baths, such as such as Széchenyi or Gellért, to unwind.
- If you visit in November and December, make sure to check out the Budapest Christmas Market.
- Bear in mind that the currency used in Hungary is the forint, not the euro.
10. Boho Chic Urban Hideaway – perfect for couples
Accommodating two guests, this charming apartment can be found in Budapest’s vibrant Ruin Bar district.
The cosy sleeping area can be reached by climbing a ladder that climbs above the living area. Small and quaint, this hideaway is perfect for couples.
Address: Budapest, Madách Imre út 5, 1075 Hungary
9. Luxury Relax into Loft-Style on Eiffel Apartment – modern and cosy
With exposed brick walls and a bathroom in the bedroom, this funky modern apartment is certainly among the best Airbnbs in Budapest.
Accommodating two guests, this luxury loft features a bedroom, small kitchen area, and bathroom. This is a must-add to your bucket list.
Address: Budapest, Stollár Béla u. 22, 1055 Hungary
8. Loft Studio Red with AC in the Ruin Bar Quarter – a unique space
This unique apartment is decorated with red painted walls set against exposed white brick. Loft style with a sleeping area that sits above the living quarters, this apartment is cute and cosy.
Located in the busy Ruin Bar district, the Loft Studio Red features high ceilings and an open-plan layout. It accommodates three guests.
Address: Budapest, Király u., 1061 Hungary
7. Modern Home Close to City Park – for a modern space
Modern, clean, and white, the defining feature of this apartment is the stunning picture of blue waves that will make you feel like you’re enjoying a seaside retreat.
The open-plan apartment sleeps three guests and features a living and sleeping space, kitchen area, and bathroom.
Address: Budapest, Peterdy u. 29, 1071 Hungary
6. Budapest Spa Design Apartment – for a private spa
Want a luxurious-feeling stay but don’t want to splash the cash on a spa hotel? No worries. The Budapest Spa Design Apartment offers the best of both worlds.
Accommodating up to four guests, this open-plan apartment features all the modern amenities and even an in-house hot tub.
Address: Budapest, Nyáry Pál u. 2, 1056 Hungary
5. Dorothy’s Home 3 – one of the best Airbnbs in Budapest you need to book
Sleeping up to four guests, Dorothy’s Home 3 is a modern studio-style apartment boasting large rooms with high ceilings.
Spacious and modern, this apartment features a single living, sleeping, and kitchen area with a separate bathroom. The sofa can be converted into a bed if you’re travelling with four people.
Address: Budapest, Dorottya u. 8, 1051 Hungary
4. Spacious Studio at Parliament – at the heart of the city
Located not far from the famous Parliament building in Budapest, this modern studio apartment accommodates three guests.
Alongside the single living, sleeping, and kitchen area, there is also a separate bathroom and private balcony.
Address: Budapest, Nagy Ignác u. 1, 1055 Hungary
3. Bluebeard’s Castle – a stunning modern space
This spacious open-plan rental unit boasts high ceilings, bright white walls, and an open fireplace.
Accommodating two guests, the large windows, double doors, and tiling give this space a luxurious feel. This is the perfect place to retreat back to after a busy day of exploring this European city.
Address: Budapest, Dobó u. 1, 1061 Hungary
2. Konstantin Herculis: Ground Zero – for a historic feel
This traditional style loft features an open plan design with floor to ceiling glass double doors complete with elegant floor-length curtains.
Boasting a historic atmosphere, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time staying here. The apartment has a living area, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and a small toilet room.
Address: Budapest, Bárczy István u. 4, 1052 Hungary
1. NEW Beautiful Designed Apartment – for a dream apartment
Topping our list of best Airbnbs in Budapest you need to book right now is the stunning NEW Beautiful Designed Apartment.
Trendy and modern, this apartment features exposed brick, wooden beam features, white walls, and lots of room to move around. With one double bed, this is perfect for couples.
Address: Budapest, Holló u., 1075 Hungary
Your questions answered about the best Airbnbs in Budapest
In this section, we answer some of our readers’ most frequently asked questions about the best Airbnbs in Budapest, including some that appear most often in online searches.
Is Budapest expensive to visit?
Budapest is quite an inexpensive place to visit. In fact, it is one of the best-value European city breaks.
What is the best month to go to Budapest?
Spring and autumn are great times to visit Budapest. There are fewer crowds and the temperature is pleasant.
What is the best area in Budapest to stay?
District V has plenty of attractions, cafés, and restaurants making it popular among visitors to Budapest.
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