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5-star luxury combined with Art Nouveau styling and a Belle Époque ambience, creates an opulent setting from which guests can explore one of Europe’s most evocative capital cities. Public areas display inspired decorative features adorning vaulted ceilings and columns, whilst the oversized guestrooms with spacious bathrooms with slippers and bathrobes are equipped with the finest marbles, textiles, silk wallpapers, furnishings and Murano chandeliers.
Built between 1892 and 1894, the Boscolo Budapest also features what has been described as the “most beautiful café in the world”, the historic New York Café that became the centre of Budapest’s vibrant artistic and cultural life in the early 1900’s. In addition to the New York Café Restaurant, the hotel also invites guests to enjoy its culinary creations at the fine dining Salon Restaurant, which has awarded by 14 points from Gault & Millau and Michelin Guide Recommendations for several years.
On a final note, it would do the Hotel no justice not to mention inspired the Spa centre which, reminiscent of an Alpine ice tunnel, manages to combine waterfalls with crystal prisms as the setting for a re-generating steambath, purifying sauna and indoor swimming pool.
The refined design of the architect Iosa Ghini with woodwork gives the modern Conference Center of the 5-star luxury hotel an exclusive personality, with an independent entrance and capable of holding up to 650 people in its meeting rooms. Small-number or large-number events - it is only up to you.
Providing appropriate venues and services: is our responsibility. All our rooms have been named after the historical cities or Italian opera composers.
Our Latest Awards:
- Boscolo Budapest – Hotel of the year award, 2013
- New York Café – The most beautiful Café in the World by U City Guide, 2012
- Boscolo Salon - 1 Toque Hotel restaurant in Hungary, awarded by Gault & Millau, 2012
- Boscolo Budapest – The best business hotel in Budapest by Business Traveller, 2012