Budapest apartment rental business booming
April 06, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsRecently featured in a major property supplement published by the Budapest Sun on line newspaper, Budapestlets are rapidly building a reputation for providing high quality affordable premium apartment rental space in Budapest’s thriving 8th and 9th districts.
Andrew Laidler, company marketing manager, told the Budapest Sun that the company has taken bookings well into the winter months and are expecting a strong 2006 after a successful 2005 business launch.
The company was established to provide Budapest’s growing visitor numbers with a wide range of stylish, yet traditional self catered apartments which are high in comfort and low in cost. The company offers a diverse and growing portfolio of properties in central Pest locations.
“All apartments are from the Hapsburg and later art deco period and have been carefully renovated and refurbished to enrich the guest’s experience of this vibrant and exciting city. Guests enjoy the serviced apartments with fully fitted bedrooms, private lounges, kitchens and bedrooms many ensuite to exacting interior standards”. The aim is to offer clients a real taste of Budapest life at a fraction of three star hotel prices.
Budapestlets.com, offers the apartments on short and long term basis for holiday makers, city breakers and the corporate market looking for longer contract periods. All essentials are allocated, and this includes taxi and restaurant bookings, proving guests with peace of mind and freedom to explore the city’s long history and many charms.
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About budapestlets.com – founded in 2005, the company is targeting an increasing number of holiday and business visitors looking to stay in modernized fully serviced apartments. The company offers a range of 14 apartments which can be viewed on an extensive web site which offers extensive information about Budapest.
2, West Park Road, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom, NE8 4SP
Press contact: Andrew Laidler 0044 7753 770344