Hotel Palazzo ZichyBudapest, Hungary. 2 Lorinc pap ter
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She’d always been a little psychic. Whenever she would enter a room, she was confronted with the past, the souls who had either enjoyed or relinquished within the walls, their emotions and stories playing out in front of her. Certain rooms and corridors reverberated with the tales from long ago, the frolicking and the heartbreak, all were very much alive in the past. In Budapest’s Hotel Palazzo Zichy, she felt herself given access to the secrets of Countess Zichy, her majestic personality and her skill for making things just right. This was her gift, and also her misgiving, for so much of history left the walls when life moved in. The past rattled in the foyers and spoke loudly where the circular staircase had been erected. In the early nineteenth century, while under renovation and construction by the Zichy family, the palace extolled a love story. Ghosts from the past ruminated in the home’s walls. She felt everything that transpired in the lives from yesterday. It was time to allow herself to feel and touch those before her, those who breathed in the very space she now inhabited.Read More Read Less
The building, a former palace from the 19th century was turned into a four star hotel in 2009 and has been welcoming guest with 80 well-equipped contemporary style rooms. The hotel is situated in the Palace District surrounded by restaurants, bars, terraces, cafes and little shops. The building is within walking distance of the Hungarian National Museum, the Great Synagogue, the Great Market Hall and the Holocaust Memorial Center.
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- Early Check-in/Late Check-out (based on availability)
- Breakfast daily. Complimentary coffee/tea and mineral water in the lobby lounge throughout the day. Welcome drink in our Lounge Bar.