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VII. dristict
Kiraly street 41.


Telephone: +36 1 267 71 04
Fax: +36 1 352 17 03
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If you wish to stay in a place where you always have someone to talk to, advise you or just need a quiet room in the heart of the beautiful city don’t hesitate to stay with us. We are always at your service 24 hours a day , 365 days a year.

The newly renewed and furnished Connection Guesthouse offers 8 nicely decorated rooms in a friendly and nice atmosphere. The entirel renovation of the Guest house finished in 2009, and the newly furnished room are now aviable !Smoking Policy: The Guest House is non-smoking area, except for the balcony.

Terms and conditions:
By submitting the reservation, you agree to the following terms:You agree that the information provided is correct and was deliberately sent by you to make a reservation for yourself. You agree that you check your e-mails regulary and any confirmation E-mail sent to you will beread.

In the case of on line reservation you need to fill in all the required information. We offer the following options for payment. - -1 night in advance by credit card and the rest in cash- we recommend this.-to pay the whole stay in advance by credit card.In these two cases we guarantee your reservation, and you will get a confirmation email about your reservation.Our home page is a secure, so you can send your credit card info safely. Please remember that at the guesthouse’s reception we accept both cash and credit/debit cards but in the later case we will add and extra five percent surchargeAccepted Credit Cards are: Visa, MasterCard, Euro card, American Express Upon arrival to our Guesthouse you are asked pay the whole length of your stay in cash (or by CC)

Please remember that in case of cancellation we keep the first night's fee as compensation, so no money refund will be possible in this case.

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We are committed to protecting our visitors' privacy and we will not collect any personal information about you as a visitor unless you provide it voluntarily. Any personal information you communicate to us is kept within Connection Guesthouse itself in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2001. Personal information refers to identifiable information about you, such as your name, birth date, email address, postal address and any other information that is identified with you personally, including your individual health information.

Liszt Ferenc Square
Cosmopilitan Budapest offers many restaurants – from traditional to modern – meeting the tastes of everyone, including the fine dishes of spicy and delicious Hungarian cuisine. At night the many new, modern bars and pubs attract guests for refreshing drinks accompanied by wide spectrum of music; dynamic dance clubs are all around the city – open until dawn.Many of these bars and restaurants can be found on Liszt Ferenc Square, only 5 minutes walking distance from Connection Guesthouse. Liszt Ferenc Square has become a centre of entertainment for the city – great restaurants and bars, most of which have a terrace for the hot summer evenings.

Academy of Music
At the back of the popular and always crowded Liszt Ferenc Square is the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music.The Academy of Music got its name after its first director, Liszt Ferenc, one of the most famous and brilliant music composers of the world.The institution does not only provide higher level musical and artist training, but at the same time it is the centre of the concert programs organized in Budapest. Its great concert hall of outstanding acoustics can accommodate 1200 people.

Andrássy Avenue
Andrássy Avenue was the late-19th-century brainchild of Count Gyula Andrássy, who was determined that Budapest should have an elegant thoroughfare to emulate Paris's Champs Elysées. The arrow-straight, tree-lined boulevard connects the city centre with Heroes' Square and the City Park. Along its length you'll find the stunning State Opera House, Liszt Ferenc Square with the Academy of Music and bustling cafés, the fearsome House of Terror, the KOGart Gallery and plenty of grandious architecture. It's a lovely stroll, but if you want to take the weight off your feet, get on the underground (the yellow M1) -- the oldest in continental Europe -- which runs beneath.

The Opera
In 5 minutes walk from the Connection Guesthouse you can get to the Hungarian State Opera which is one of the most beautiful opera houses in the world. The Hungarian State Opera opened in 1884 after a nine year construction by the plans of Miklós Ybl. The walls of the hall and the staircases are decorated with the masterpieces of the best Hungarian painters of the era. Puccini directed the premier of two of his operas here. Amongst its most significant visiting conductors were Otto Klemperer, Sergio Failoni and Lamberto Gardelli. The building has a distinguished place amongst the European opera houses.

The Basilica
At the end of the Király Street is Deák Ferenc Square which is surrounded by historical buildings. Among these is the St. Stephen’s Dome (also called as the Basilica). The capital’s largest church (accommodating 8500 people) was built for 60 years starting in the middle of the 19th century. The construction of the church was influenced by two artistic periods, classicism and eclecticism.The memory of the eponym, King Stephen, who founded the Hungarian State and converted the country to Christianity, is captured in the church by many exceptional works of art. The dome of the basilica offers a unique, 360 degree panorama of Budapest at the height of 65 metres. Access to the dome is greatly facilitated by elevators.

The Great Synagogue (Zsinagóga)
The Dohány Street Synagogue, between Deák Square and Astoria metro stations, is the world's second largest (after the one in New York). It is also the focal point of Budapest's thriving Jewish community, which holds an annual festival in and around the impressive building. Behind it, towards what was formerly Budapest's Jewish ghetto is the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park which is dedicated to the Swedish businessman who rescued thousands of Hungary's Jews from the holocaust. It has a silver tree inside whose leaves are inscribed with the names of many of the victims. It is a beautiful tribute to those who lost their lives. The Jewish Museum and the Holocaust Documentation and Memorial Centre is also found here. The later is an important and powerful reminder of one of the darkest periods in European history.