About to spend holidays in Budapest? Great idea! This touristic city is known not only for thermal waters and amazing architecture. You can also find there some of the most beautiful boutique hotels, each with very individual style and its own soul.
Brody House operates as a quirky boutique hotel with 11 unique and individually designed bedrooms within a neo-classical heritage building in Budapest’s palace quarter. Each room is unique and named after an eponymous Brody House artist whose works feature in what were often their former studios and features vintage up-cycled furniture, paint stripped walls and contemporary art. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms, some even have a free-standing bath in the room for those decadent champagne moments.
Located in the heart of Budapest in the middle of the colourful and teeming city, between the Eastern and Western railway station and among many famous historical sights, the Soho Hotel in Budapest meets every need of style and elegance in the vicinity of the city’s pulsing cultural scene, entertainment and nightlife.
One of the most exclusive Budapest boutique hotels, the luxury Mamaison Hotel Andrassy is located in the exclusive Embassy neighborhood, just off Budapest‘s Andrássy Avenue. The hotel was originally built in 1937 and reached its boasting contemporary interior design in Bauhaus style after several complete refurbishment programs.
Beautifully refurbished in 2012, Casati Budapest Hotel is a real architectural treasure located in the heart of the city. The 25 uniquely designed, spacious rooms ensure a comfortable stay in a historic 18th century building. The interior design is a smooth blend of contemporary and traditional art. Guests can choose between the 4 room and suite styles: the elegant “CLASSIC”, the bohemian “COOL”, the traditional “NATURAL” or minimalist “HEAVEN”.
Lánchíd 19 Design Hotel is a multi-award winning certified Design Hotel in Budapest with magnificent views over the Danube and the Buda Castle. The creative concept of its rooms was developed by young artists of Moholy-Nagy Arts University of Hungary who made up creative solutions to meet the needs of the Budapest boutique hotel’s multicultural clientele.
The walls of the rooms feature imaginative themes inspired by modern designer chairs. Some of the rooms are creatively interactive. Guests can dip into the weekly wardrobe to dress a ‘naked’ Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec chair, ‘watch a film’ through one of George G. Sowden’s Pacific chairs or trip the light fantastic with one of Philippe Starck’s Louis & Victoria Ghost chairs. Guests might also find themselves in a wedding ceremony with a white Panton chair for a bride.
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