Artistically appointed 19th-century house turned boutique hotel in the heart of stunning Budapest…inspired, inspiring and in demand
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It’s all about the art at Budapest’s wonderfully quirky Brody House – the Hungarian boutique hotel any design lover would want to check out. Housed in a magnificent 1890s building, Brody has become one of the most sought-after places to stay in town. There’s a story behind many of its room too, because each was once an artist’s studio and bears the name of one its former residents. Perhaps for this very reason, the style of each one is totally unique.
Around 15 minutes’ walk from the Danube, Brody House can be found in Budapest’s attractive Palace Quarter, within easy reach of the city centre’s many attractions. This grand city is one not to be missed, and with awe-inspiring buildings like the State Opera House, Matthias Church and St Stephen’s Basilica waiting to be marvelled at, it’s easy to how Brody House is the perfect complement. Culture lovers will also be seconds away from the Hungarian National Museum.
With just 11 rooms, you’ll be well looked after by the staff at Brody House, and if you want to plan something extra special for a birthday, anniversary, Valentine’s Day or just a memorable weekend, you can make use of their concierge service. They know the city inside out too, so can give you the lowdown on the coolest spots whether you’re seeking the highly regarded local cuisine or hedonistic nightlife.
Your room will come with an en suite bathroom, air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi access, and many benefit from high ceilings and plenty of light and space. After that, pretty much anything goes - design-wise, it all depends on the inspiration of the artist. There may be beautiful parquet flooring and a claw-foot bath, or rustic headboards, upcycled furniture and aged wood panelling. Some, like the Tinei Room, look to the past, while others have a more contemporary feel – like the cool Weiler Studio which can sleep up to 6. Whichever room you choose, you won’t be skimping on comfort: the chic may be shabby, but the service definitely isn’t.
Incorporating its own gallery and working studio producing silkscreen and risograph prints, there’s always something creative going on at Brody, and you may see examples of the studio’s art around the hotel. With its bohemian good looks much in demand as a film set and seductive magazine shoot backdrop, it’s no wonder Brody House is turning up in travel magazine lists of the region’s most inspiring places to stay. Why not add it to your list too?
Not every one of the 11 rooms has a bath.
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