Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 12, 2013
for Couplesby Pete from UK
Art themed boutique hotel, in a good Pest locationPosted Oct 18, 2013
Pros: Good location, on a quiet street. Nice buffet breakfast. Friendly, helpful staff. Good sized room (Ludo). Lots of character. Modern facilities.
Cons: The bed was large and comfortable, but a little soft. Stairs might be challenging for some (fine for us).
Location: Near the National Museum, on a quiet side street. Close to the Central Market and Green Bridge over to Gellert Hill. Also Jewish Quarter with bars etc
A little difficult to find; the entrance is through a large, but ordinary looking, door on a side street alongside the National Museum. Central enough to walk to most places, but still quiet. Close to both the Jewish Quarter with restaurants, bars, ruin pubs etc and to the end of Vaci utca for a more touristy experience. 10 mins walk from the Market Hall and Green Bridge over to Gellert Hill. The two long flights of rather faded-glory stairs take you up to the 2nd floor into a cross between a small hotel and an art gallery. Large public rooms with local art on the walls and playing chill-out music from high-quality speakers are not typical of a hotel. This is not a modern building, everything is large and well-used - except the bathroom, which was modern and well appointed. We had the simple, but excellent, buffet breakfast every morning although there is a cheap coffee shop just along the street. A really nice place for those of us who like to wake up and not wonder which hotel/city/country we're in.
for Everyoneby John from Llandudno
Great Value. Comfortable with fantastic staffPosted Oct 6, 2013
My wife and l spent 4 nights at Brody House, October 2013 stating in the Gaspar room. Pre visit e mail contact with the hotel was excellent with prompt and informative answers to our questions. Our welcome was brilliant with helpful and friendly staff showing us to our room, explaining the facilities and offering advice on visiting the city. Gaspar room is really more an apartment, kitchen, lounge and bathroom on the ground floor and bedroom upstairs. The accommodation was very comfortable, clean and warm with fully equipped kitchen and good sized bathroom with over bath shower. The room was cleaned and serviced each day. I would describe the room as very comfortable and functional rather than luxurious. We had breakfast in the hotel one day, the standard continental breakfast was first class with ample choice, it was as good as any we have had in 5* hotels. The massive plus for this hotel are its staff, l have never experienced such friendly and helpful people at any other hotel l have stayed at. If l ever visit Budapest again l will look no further than Brody House.
Recommendedby Gareth from London
Great place for those looking for something differentPosted Sep 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Lovely hotel with a distressed/shabby chic/artistic vibe. All the rooms are completely different. I stayed in The Pepper Room which was great. Just make sure you don't stay in The Wilkinson room. The smallest, darkest, most cupboard like room I've ever seen! It's barely even a room! The only the negative is that breakfast is overpriced for what you get. Other than that, thoroughly recommend.
for Everyoneby Ti from Reading, UK
A home away from homePosted Jun 16, 2013
Pros: The design of communal rooms and the bedroom and the relaxed atmosphere
Location: Walking distance to towncenter and market hall, close to the Jewish quarter.
Not the usual B&B of course so if you are looking for a room where you just crash for the night it would not be worth going there. Lots of space in three adjoining living rooms with books, a piano, sofas and comfy chairs. You easily get in contact with other guests while sharing the big breakfast table for example. Everything is very chilled out and the staff is excellent, attentive, helpful and competent! The location is very good indeed, not sure why that has been an issue in previous ratings. New visitors of Budapest must bear in mind that it´s a big city and you are best of using a bicycle or the tram to get around. The breakfast included in the price of the room was more than enough for me, any cooked breakfasts such as scrambled eggs were extra. Furthermore you could help yourself to free tea, water and juice all day. I stayed in the Claret room with the big bath tub - it is not one of the super crazy design rooms but very pretty indeed! Lots of space, beautiful bedlinen and furniture... The windows of this room open into a corridor which is used by other guests to get to their rooms. I am not fussed about sitting on my bed, reading the newspaper and might being watched by people passing the room, but others might want to think about that, especially in summer days. The entire house has a wonderful charm and you can sit downstairs in a little court yard (no smoking).
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Hidden gem in BudapestPosted Oct 23, 2012
Pros: Its character and the fantastic staff
Cons: The stairs
A hidden gem, tucked away in the backstreets of Budapest but close to everything that matters. Full of character with a young team of reception staff who responded positively to every request. Tremendous value.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 13, 2012 on Hotels.com