Mystery Hotel Budapest

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Step into the wonderful world of the Mystery Hotel Budapest, an eclectic palace filled with hidden delights located in Budapest’s Terézváros district. Constructed in 1896 by the Hungarian Freemasons, the palace originally functioned as the Symbolic Grand Lodge of Hungary. Things are not as they seem at this luxury boutique hotel. Inspired by the building's origins as the Hungarian headquarters for one of the world’s foremost secret societies, interior designer Varró Zoltán set out to create a luxurious space shrouded in its own secrets. Hidden passageways, intriguing puzzles, and optical illusions are just some of the thrilling experiences that await guests. Stay in thoughtfully appointed studio and suite-style guestrooms featuring unique takes on Baroque and Renaissance masterpieces. Savor the sumptuous cuisine at The Great Hall Restaurant & Lounge, the former ritual 'temple' for lodge members designed in the Egyptian Revival-style. Indulge in a day of pampering at the Secret Garden Spa, located in the hotel’s verdant courtyard. Guests are sure to enjoy wandering the halls of Mystery Hotel Budapest.

Image of Hotel Lobby and Grand Staircase, Mystery Hotel Budapest, 1896, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Budapest, Hungary, Overview

Mystery Hotel Budapest Overview

Discover the magic and mystery of this luxurious historic hotel. Centrally located in Budapest's Terézváros district, Mystery Hotel Budapest once served as the beautiful home for the Freemasons of the Symbolic Grand Lodge.


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Float down the Danube River for unparalleled views of Hungarian Parliament and Buda Castle.


Discover the eclectic mix of Baroque, Renaissance, and classical art incorporated throughout the hotel’s interior.


Explore Andrássy út (Andrássy Avenue), a showcase boulevard of significant institutions, embassies, high-end boutiques and villas.


Experience a rejuvenating day of pampering at the Secret Garden Spa.


Taste traditional Hungarian dishes with pioneering flavor combinations at the Great Hall Restaurant & Lounge.

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