I had the fortune to stay a couple of nights in Budapest last autumn. Over the last couple of decades, the city has reinvented itself as a modern vibrant metropole, merging the innovative and state-of-the-art seamlessly with its ubiquitous historical traces and memories. It was enchanting! I stayed at a hotel called “Hotel Pentimento”, right next to the city’s elegant “Paris-style” boulevard Andrassy út, in a neighborhood dotted with shops, cafes, theaters, and spectacular nineteenth-century buildings. It’s also in close vicinity to Városliget, a beautiful park with numerous cultural and recreational offerings of local history, as well as a recently erected contemporary museums-quartier. One of the great things about this area is that – like its hosting city – it is a remarkable palimpsest of seemingly opposing features: of green and densely urban; of calm and dynamic; of modern and historic.
Sweet design of bistro brass gold kitchen faucet black gold brass that should be matched every edge of your rooms
Amazing design of brass gold tapware that match every edge of your rooms
Beautiful house needs a cool copper kitchen sink