Budapest accommodations in the heart of the city!

Welcome to! We specialize in providing long-stay rental apartments for leisure tourists, students residence and business travelers who want more from their stay in Hungary. Our Budapest apartments provide clients with spacious, comfortable, well-managed accommodations in some of the city's finest central locations.

Arcadia Apartments is a group of adjacent modern apartments located in a traditional "art nouveau" style building in a quiet street in a very central location, beetwin "Oktogon" and "Nyugati pu." Metro stations.

If you wish to live in apartment which is spacious, nice and has a great atmosphere, this is a place for you! The roomy high-ceilinged apartments are fully equipped; facilities include washing machine, air conditioning, dishwasher machine and digital WI-FI internet connection. Apartments and buildings are technically and aesthetically freshly renovated (colored and painted walls, floor tiles in the bathroom, parquet) and equipped with modern functional furniture and TV.

Nearby are numerous cafes, restaurants, and 24-hour shops, and big Post office (Saturday opened), night opened pharmacy and Fitness center with swimming pool and sauna. As well as a lot of small music bars and a large modern shopping-mall and entertainment centre, the "Westend City Center.

A large number of tourist attractions are within just a few minutes' walking distance: Andrassy Boulevard (also called the "cultural boulevard"), Franz Liszt Square, the State Opera-House, the Parliament building, the Museum of Fine Arts, Heroes Square. Also nearby, if you like jogging you can explore the beautiful and historic Margaret Island, a park located midway between Buda and Pest. In the other direction, the famous Szechenyi thermal baths are directly accessible in about 10 minutes by trolleybus or by metro line.

Extremely well-served by public transportation. A short step away are stations "Oktogon" and "Nyugati pu." on Metro line 1 (yellow) and line 3 (blue). Also very close are stops on the important "ring-boulevard" tram route no. 4/6.