Home Decor Ideas share with you the Budapest’s Newest Luxury Hotel Is Built Inside a Restored UNESCO Landmark. Opened this summer, the posh Matild Palace–the city’s first Luxury Collection Hotel -sits along the Danube River.

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Meet The New Luxury Hotel in Budapest

The late 19th century was a particularly heady era for Budapest. The elegant architecture was flourishing, and Princess Marie Clotilde of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, who resided in Hungary with her husband Archduke Joseph Karl of Austria, wanted to partake in the Belle Époque’s renaissance. And now, after years of neglect, one of those UNESCO-protected structures was just transformed into Matild Palace, the city’s first Luxury Hotel.

“The building holds the key to the city’s glamorous past, with history found at every turn, and we look forward to welcoming travelers to discover its magic and allure once again. The building holds the key to the city’s glamorous past, with history found at every turn, and we look forward to welcoming travelers to discover its magic and allure once again.”

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Meet The New Luxury Hotel in Budapest
Luxury Hote – Courtesy Matild Palace

In the 130 guest bedrooms and suites—which were converted from the apartments where members of the monarchy and upper classes once dwelled—there are jolts of peacock blue and stunning embroidered headboards that reference The Adventures of Sindbad, a Hungarian classic published in 1911 by Gyula Krúdy, one of the writers who frequented the Belvárosi Coffee House literary hangout once housed in the palace.

Meet The New Luxury Hotel in Budapest
Luxury Hotel – Signature touches in the rooms include embroidered headboards inspired by a classic book. Courtesy Matild Palace
Meet The New Luxury Hotel in Budapest
Luxury Hotel – The bathrooms are inspired by traditional Hungarian bath houses and Turkish hammams. Courtesy Matild Palace

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Most rooms flaunt bathrooms that are brightened by blue and gold tiles—a nod to Budapest’s famous mosaic-covered Gellért Baths—but some are simply swathed in marble, calling to mind hammams.

Meet The New Luxury Hotel in Budapest
Luxury Hotel – The bar at the hotel’s outpost of Wolfgang Puck’s Spago. 

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