All in all a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
Our room (106) in Buda Castle - Budapest was very big, modern and clean. The safe is big enough for a laptop, the bathroom (also very large) has a floor heating (not controllable).
Only deductions: The mattresses are really very hard and if you want to take a shower, then you have to hold the shower head in your hand, there is no attachment for it.
Very friendly, very dedicated, very helpful, good English.
We arrived quite late in the evening, were a bit tired, but also hungry. We were offered to have the food come from a nearby restaurant so we could have it in the bar. We did, was priced ok, very delicious and the bartender still lovingly prepared.
There were also tips for sightseeing, as well as information about where the nearest supermarket is, etc.
The reception is always busy, the friendliness is given at all times.
We had booked the room in advance by email via the front desk with a shuttle service and have received a voucher. This worked without problems at the airport. If you need the shuttle service for the return journey, then this should be ordered 24 hours in advance.
Great for a city trip, if you like some peace. At the top of the castle hill, where the hotel is located (one minute away from the Matthias Church and Fisherman's Bastion), there is nothing going on from about 8 pm. The surrounding cafés are then closed, the ""funicular"" also closes in the evening (at least in November).
Pro: Very close to the castle, various underground attractions, fisherman's bastion etc.
In the evening is not so much going on, you can make very good photos (without crowds) of the beautifully illuminated attractions of Budapest (also Chain Bridge and Parliament).
Cons: If you want to get out in the evening, pull through the bars, etc., then you are certainly better off with a hotel in Pest, not in Buda. We did not want that, so this hotel was for us, also in hindsight, the best choice.