Our Creative Director of Womenswear Sheila McKain-Waid reveals how a trip to the architecturally-blessed Hungarian capital inspired our latest arrivals...


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Where to eat: Matrjoska Bisztro

The city's once edgy Eighth District is now home to an array of charming hotels, bars and restaurants. Our favourite of the latter is this quaint Russian-inspired eatery, synonymous for its star Pelmeni: traditional meat-stuffed dumplings. With its exposed white brick walls, enchanting woodland décor ‒ owl illustrations and transporting tree branches ‒ and noteworthy vodka menu, it'a lovely little place to while away an afternoon or evening.


Brody House

Where to stay: Brody House

Sitting pretty on a picturesque square on the Pest side of the town, you will find this bohemian boutique hotel ‒ one of the city's most stylish. The building, which dates all the way back to the 1850s, is an eclectic mix of faded grandeur and contemporary design. Each of the individually designed rooms (named after the artist whose work hangs on the wall) is as impressive as the next: think original parquet floors, high ceilings and golden bathtubs.


Szechenyi spa

What to see: Szechenyi spa

You can't visit the 'City of Healing Waters' and not take a dip in Europe's largest medicinal bath. Built in 1913, this recently modernised neo-Baroque thermal spa has 15 spectacular indoor and outdoor pools to choose from. The best part? Even on the coldest of winter days, you will find the locals basking in the warm, steamy waters (which temperatures range from 27 to 38°C). When in Budapest and all that...

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