Come, explore the charming and festive hot spots in the heart of our city, Budapest and stay at night at Mandragora Hotel, in one of our beautifully decorated, warm and cozy rooms with private bathrooms. Free use of the fully equipped kitchens and our lounge all day. Craving for Yoga? Ready to exercise? Use our expanded spaces created for all your wellness needs absolutely free. Supermarkets, pharmacies, gift shops, and the best restaurants just steps away. Sightseeing in very close proximity. The highest standards with the best services for a very affordable price.
Located on Blaha Lujza square, at the legendary New York Café.
There is no 24h reception so please let us know Your arrival time in advance.
Mandragora has ten ensuite rooms, each with individual design, nice furniture and intimate lights.
- hot buffet breakfast for 4 euros extra
- Organic breakfast available on demand (extra cost)
- unlimited internet, WIFI access for free of charge
- DVD-movies, board games
- Budapest-maps, genuine information on places
- yoga, meditation friendly space, infos
- fully equipped guest kitchen usage all-day
We do not take credit cards as payment. Please pay in cash on arrival or via PayPal.
From Nyugati railway station:
- Take tram 4 or 6 and get off at Blaha square. (4th stop)
If you prefer to make the distance by foot, just keep walking to the left on the main street until the first underpass (cca 25 minutes). Cross Rákóczi street and ring the doorbell.
By taxi the charge is ap.1000 HUF.
From Keleti railway station:
- Take bus 7 or metro (red line) to Blaha Lujza square, its one stop. By walk it takes 10 minutes, follow the Rakoczi street.
It is only 10 minutes by walk, if you do not mind the high traffic on Rákóczi street. Just straight from the station, running through horning carc, or (recommended) finding you way in the underpass-maze. Keep walking on the left until 'Blaha Lujza tér', turn left, first door on the left.
The building is on the corner of József körút and Rákóczi út, with a 'Stella Artois' sign on the top. There is a pharmacy downstairs.
If you're arriving by train please be prepared to meet some hustlers at the railway stations (and on the trains from Vienna). They work for a few big hostels; usually they assure you, that small guest houses like ours are very bad, or do not even exist.
Please be tough and try us first. You won't be disappointed!