Brody House

Owned by William Clothier and Peter Grundberg, Brody House is situated in central Pest, 200 m away from Budapest's Hungarian National Museum. It offers access to bar and salon, optional cultural events, free Wi-Fi and luggage storage. Breakfast is served every morning and other meals are available upon request. The 4 rooms are unique and individually designed, all comprising a private bathroom with shower or bathtub. They come with air conditioning and are very high with plenty of natural light. The building of the property dates from the 1850s. There are popular cafes, restaurants and bars in the vicinity of the property. Brody House is 1.5 km away from Gellert Bath and the Vaci Shopping Street. Parking is available in front at a surcharge. Liszt Ferenc Airport is a 30-minute car drive away. 08. Jozsefvaros is a great choice for travellers interested in monuments, architecture and sightseeing. This is our guests' favourite part of Budapest, according to independent reviews.


Prior to its conversion into a boutique hotel, Brody House founders, William Clothier and Peter Grundberg, resided in the property along with their artist friends, hosting regular cultural salons and eclectic dinner parties.

With a strong dedication to the Budapest art scene, the hotel’s 10 unique rooms filled with art by each eponymous artist who either used to have a studio in, or has since collaborated with, Brody House.