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A majestic hotel in the heart of the city. Full review →
A bastion of old-world luxury, the Boscolo New York Palace hotel is housed in a landmark building.Light sleepers should try to book a room facing a side street.
The showstopper here: The New York Café, which takes gold, marble, and frescoes to unprecedented levels. Full review →
This is a magnificent hotel. Built in 1894, its coffee house played a significant role in Hungarian literary life.
This refurbished Belle Epoque grande dame, once known as the New York Palace and now part of the Italian Boscolo chain, is a pleasing mix of traditional and contemporary. Full review →
Inspired by the city’s passion for art, culture and history, the Boscolo radiates with artistic charm — from the lobby’s expansive glass ceiling to the bronze sculptures and wrought-iron entrance. Full review →
Best known for the opulent New York Café, which has fresco-covered ceilings, marble columns, and a blinding amount of gold gilt—breakfast is definitely a perk to staying here. Full review →
Lavish grand dame in an Italian Renaissance–style palace with an opulent café and a luxe spa. Full review →Set some time aside for exploring the charming old Jewish quarter.
Former insurance company building constructed in 1891, set around an impressive atrium with an Italian Renaissance style.
Wonderfully historic, the five-pearl Boscolo Budapest offers a taste of old world glamour. Full review →
The Italian Boscolo hotel has done well with this local landmark on Budapest's Grand Ring, and a recent expansion increased the hotel’s room count from 112 to 185. The hotel has joined... Full review →Be sure to notice the ceiling frescoes in the cafe and restaurant—it took 300 Hungarian and Italian artists three years to restore them.
You couldn’t accuse the Boscolo of being shy and retiring. Full review →
Formerly called the New York Palace. Full review →
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