Offering retro chic at its hippest, this erstwhile residence of the prime minister when Parliament sat at No 8 (as seen on the 20,000Ft note) has been refurbished but not altered substantially, with antique furnishings and modern art blending seamlessly in its eight unique guestrooms dedicated to local and international artists. A minor drawback is the lack of a lift.
The public rooms are light, breezy and enormous; one even has a piano. The hotel also offers apartments for long and short let.
The rooms are unique and individually designed, all comprising a private bathroom with shower or bathtub. They come with air conditioning and are very high with plenty of natural light.
The building dates from the 1850s and it is located next to popular cafés, restaurants and bars. Brody House is 1.5 km away from Gellert Bath and the Vaci Shopping Street. Parking is available in front at a surcharge. Liszt Ferenc Airport is a 30-minute car drive away.