The so-called Haggenmacher Palace, built between 1884 and 1886 in neo-Renaissance style on Andrássy Avenue, was designed by Henrik Schmahl, who also designed the Paris Court in Budapest. The builder was Henrik Haggenmacher, a successful Swiss mill owner and brewer who lived in Hungary. After the daughter of the builder married Jenő Dreher, the two largest Hungarian brewing families of the time have merged.
Our rooms are designed to provide you with an inviting atmosphere and maximum comfort during your stay. The rooms are offering view to the city or to our historical lobby and are all equipped with comfortable large beds or with two twin beds, air condition, flat screen TV, phone, coffee machine and a laptop size safe.
A picture says more than a thousand words. During the renovation, the noble palace continues to retain its original character, in the inner courtyard behind the representative gate, instead of horses and carriages, we now find a lobby and a breakfast area, the ceiling details of the gangs have regained their original beauty. The defining elements of the building, such as the painted arches and original woodwork have returned to their original appearance after the historic restoration and represent important values that have been saved for the future.
- Photos by György Jókúti