Ranked #82 in our countdown of the 100 Best Hotels and Resorts in the World.
Brody House is a refuge for hipsters, creative types and anyone wanting to tap into Budapest’s cultural zeitgeist.
Staying here gives you access to the exclusive Member’s Club events – art exhibitions, parties and book readings. Most spaces are light-filled with parquetry floors, the rich patina of age and funky décor (a gold free-standing bath here, grand piano there).
Guestrooms are named after Brody House artists whose works line the walls. An in-house chef (there’s no restaurant) will whip up something simple (Hungarian goulash, perhaps?) and an honesty bar operates after dark – take your drink in the charming courtyard.
Size Eight rooms
Hotels.com genuine guest review “The room was great and spacious. Staff, very helpful.”
Did you know The 1850s Brody House shabby-chic interior draws its inspiration from the oh-so-cool ‘Ruin Pubs’ of Budapest. The term describes a booming local movement where pubs are set up in abandoned buildings with eclectic décor.