New York Café
The New York Café’s decoration alone has made it a famous destination. Spanning four floors
, the ceiling is adorned with ornate frescoes
by Gustav Mannheimer and Ferenc Eisenhut and date from the mid-19th century, while Venetian chandeliers
and golden stucco
work covering twisted columns create a warm and enchanting aura.
Throughout history, the café has been a frequent haunt of painters, actors and intellectuals
, it is also a piece of Budapest and Hungarian literary history, once having served as the offices for the magazine Nyugat. Delve into a hearty Italian meal or sample the local fare from the diverse and rich menu.Bar
Sip on cognac while enjoying a cigar
at the end of the night in a relaxed, moody setting. The hotel's Cigar Bar is a touch of classic, Renaissance style adorned in red velvet.New York Salon
For a more casual, light bite, the New York Salon serves creative cuisine and Hungarian wines
in an elegant setting. Select a drink from the liqueurs trolley.Breakfast Room
Breakfast with the many fragrant types of bread of Hungarian tradition
and the exquisite pastries which stand out between the teapots and trays.