Budapest, Hungary

Matild Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Budapest

Matild Palace welcomes guests with a distinctive ambiance representative of its Hungarian heritage and is unmistakably beautiful from the moment you step in through the front doors. Built in 1902 during the Belle Epoque era, the palace was developed under the patronage of Her Imperial and Royal Highness Maria Klotild of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to serve as the social hub of Budapest. Today this transformed UNESCO World Heritage Site offers travelers regal luxury through its tastefully furnished rooms and suites – many overlooking the Danube river – a remarkable history, and a new era of gastronomy by Wolfgang Puck. Outside the hotel, guests are within walking distance of other worthy UNESCO Sites, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue. These sites possess the remains of monuments such as the Roman city of Aquincum and the Gothic castle of Buda, which have influenced Hungarian architecture through various periods. Budapest is one of the world’s outstanding urban landscapes and illustrates the significant periods in the history of the Hungarian capital. Just a couple hours outside the city, wine lovers can enjoy the journey to the Tokaj Wine Region and the historical and cultural landscape offered there. In contrast, others may stayin the city center to visit one of the local wine bars providing exceptional tastings from the region. Whether exploring near or far, the Matild Palace is a welcoming home base, combining luxurious surroundings with authentic experiences, providing a spectacular gateway to the magic of Budapest and all it has to offer.

Return to Celebrating Heritage
Matild Palace, Budapest, Hungary, UNESCO World Heritage Site