Anticipated opening October 2018
Built by Hungarian Freemasons in the 19th century, the historic Mystery Hotel Budapest is full of wonder and mystique. Located in Budapest’s 6th district, this new luxury boutique hotel is shrouded with legends, secrets, and optical illusions above the front desk, the fire by the entrance, and the elevator hidden by the curtains. Stay in intricately designed studio and suite-style guest rooms. Indulge in sumptuous cuisine at The Great Hall — the hotel restaurant and bar — serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Private dining options are available as well as an unforgettable rooftop experience.
- The hotel’s 82 guest rooms are elegantly designed in ancient Grecian style
- The hotel is conveniently located downtown and near the Nyugati train station
- Relax at the Secret Garden Spa or get your body moving in the fitness room
- This alluring building dates back to the 19th century and was built by Hungarian Freemasons
- Indulge in breakfast, lunch, and dinner at convenient on-site restaurants
- Pets are welcome and pampered with pet beds, food and water dishes, treats, and toys
- Try to solve the mystery to open the hidden doors of Pythagoras
Mystery Hotel Budapest is in a prime area bustling with bars, cafes, and nightlife. Its proximity to the State Opera House and Andrássy út places you in an area offering a bounty of upscale shopping, restaurants, and beautiful buildings. Because the hotel is conveniently located near public transportation, the rest of Budapest is at your fingertips.
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Mystery Hotel Budapest offers 82 comfortable and beautifully designed Grecian-style rooms to appeal to your sense of luxury and style. Indulge in the modern-day amenities in this historic building such as the in-room Nespresso machine, mineral water, and premium bathroom cosmetics. Furry friends are welcome at Mystery Hotel Budapest for a fee; the hotel offers a pet bed, food and water dishes, treats, and even a toy to enjoy during their stay.
Greet the day with a plentiful breakfast buffet and then wind down with a cocktail, snacks, and a spectacular view of the city from the rooftop bar. Whether you want finger foods or a full meal, Mystery Hotel Budapest has a restaurant to satisfy your craving.
The Great Hall – This convenient restaurant serves a breakfast buffet, lunch, and dinner on the fourth floor of the hotel. Separated from the main hall is the Loggia which can accommodate up to 24 people.
The Sky Garden – Enjoy satisfying food and libations at this rooftop bar and dining venue serving signature cocktails and bar food overlooking Gellert Hill, Castle Hill, and the nearby Nyugati train station.
Although you might be able to wander the halls of Mystery Hotel Budapest all day long, admiring the puzzles, optical illusions, and the storied past of the Hungarian Freemasons, the hotel offers some modern-day respite as well. Indulge in a day of pampering at the Secret Garden Spa; for an extra fee, enjoy the services in your room. You can also work out at the fitness center, have a good steam in the sauna, and end the day overlooking this gorgeous city from the hotel rooftop.
Just steps from the hotel are the State Opera House and Andrássy út, which offers upscale dining, shopping, and gorgeous architecture lining the picturesque boulevard. Around the corner, you will find plenty of shops where you can strike a bargain. Reach the Duna Towers business center in ten minutes by car and the financial district of Budapest in the opposite direction.
Mystery Hotel Budapest
Budapest’s 6th district is the city center where old meets new. It is located right next to the Nyugati train station and nearby landmarks. Plenty of nightlife, upscale shopping, and fine dining are also in the neighborhood surrounding the hotel.
Liszt Ferenc International Airport is 14 mi/22 km from the hotel.
The Nyugati Railway Station is a ten-minute walk from the hotel. Purchase a Budapest Card that includes unlimited public transportation — a convenience considering the proximity of Nyugati train station.