Opened in 2016 and featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Center Hostel is located in Budapest, 250 m from Blaha Lujza Tér station, where metro line M2 and the non-stop tram line 6 meet. New York Café is 100 m away, while Dohany Street Synagogue is 950 m from the property.


State Opera House is 1.1 km from Center Hostel, while Hungarian National Museum is 1.2 km away. Budapest Liszt Ferenc Airport is 19 km from the property. 
07. Erzsébetváros is a great choice for travellers interested in nightlife, health spas and history.
This is our guests' favourite part of Budapest, according to independent reviews.
We speak your language!


A flat-screen TV is featured in some units. Guests have access to a shared lounge. There is a 24-hour front desk at Center Hostel.


Center Hostel

Adress: 1074 Budapest, Dohány utca 57.

Tel.:+36 1 781 20 43

Mobil: +36 20 457 97 21

E-mail: centerhostel@centerhostel.eu






Sziget Festival

You do not even need to leave the hostel, have fun safely inside the building! Unlike large chain hostel with a friendly welcome here. Easily miscible speak with the staff, and even the guests also make new friends and experiences become richer. We help in organizing the program, Recommendations, in and around Budapest alike. Let the boat-bus tours, bike rental, car rental and ticket booking festivals (Sziget Festival, Summer or Gastronomic Festival) and other events (Formula 1, concerts).

Széchenyi Bath

One of the largest spa of Széchenyi Thermal Bath in Europe, where 21 pools. The second deepest well of Budapest Széchenyi Thermal spa water comes from a depth of 1246 meters at a temperature of 76 degrees to the surface. Due to the continuous development has 21 pools to choose from the guests. The experience lazy river pool, bubbling, neck showers and underwater ülőpadokba hidden backs work massaging water jets.

Buda Castle

The Buda Castle is emblematic of the urban landscape architectural masterpiece located in the St. George area. On the Pest side of the most recognizable buildings in the XIII. century, the home of Hungarian kings. In this era of medieval walls and some buildings have been preserved, but the nineteenth century. Century serious changes by Miklós Ybl and Alajos Hauszmann. The rooms and halls does not reconstructed, the building today is a complex, modern cultural institution functions as.