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We are booked into Intercontinental for 4 nights in August and have just read the latest review stating that after the sun goes down the outside us a gathering point for prostitutes. How bad is this? What is special about its location? Maybe he confused them with some stag-partiers who resided there. Prostitutes tend to hang around the waste incinerator power plant at the edge of the city. Have not seen one in downtown since the 90's. We just got back - and loved both Budapest and our stay at the Intercontiental.
But the ladies of the evening were not obvious but there. They stroll in front of the river for guys alone. At least three times when we were outside and I left to go inside to go to the room for a sweater or what have you he got approached they ask where you are staying and quickly try to sell their services. But a stern no set them off searching for potential customers. It was not threatening just a bit annoying. But the waiter at the cafe said because of their laws they can only arrest them if they see money exchanged.
It was only a couple of girls and some big older woman the boss you could say. They never bothered him when I was around. I stay at the Marriott meters from the InterCon, they parade from one hotel to the other about nights a year. And good or bad weather, the girls will walk up to me, or my male colleague's. What I have experienced, is that they do not go in to the hotel to solicit there bushiness.
And only walk up to the gents standing outside in front of the main or Aqva bar side entrance. So only if you smoke or have a chat with some other males you can and probably will be approached. Just like probably every other city in the world! Our staff may also remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines, and we reserve the right to remove any post for any reason. Thanks for being a part of the TripAdvisor travel community!
Actually, more frequently than not, it's my impression that these are so much prostitutes as the fabled attractive young women who seek to lure single men to bars where a bottle of champagnes costs more than a week in the Presidential Suite of the Gresham. At least on the rare occasions that I have been approached it has not been with an offer of services for a fee, even indirectly, but with the veneer of amateur interest in sharing a pleasant evening out.