We stayed at Brody House for 4 nights in March, which was a lovely time to visit Budapest. The hotel is situated in a great place close to the Danube, and also close to the Jewish Quarter which had great restaurants and ruin bars. It has a lovely entrance hall and courtyard, and the reception rooms are filled with amazing art and furniture. We stayed in 'The Shoebox' and 'The Photo Room'; the shoebox was cosy and we enjoyed the mezzanine, and the photo room is beautiful with a very comfy bed! Throughout our stay Klaudia really looked after us and was so friendly. We'd love to come again and would definitely recommend it.
Charlotte and Cathal xMore