When my husband showed me the place he found for us to stay in Budapest on VRBO I was all in. Why? It’s a historical Art Nouveau building in a fantastic location. Who could ask for more?
I figured it was about time I started going through photos from our vacation in July.
To be honest, I wasn’t all that inspired to work on them. So, here we go, a little at a time and we’ll see how it all unfolds.
The Bedo-Haz was designed by Emil Vidor in 1903. You can find more information and images here The Art Nouveau World website. I wish I had more access to the entire building but it’s now used for offices and apartments and the cafe sits empty at the moment.
Here are a few of the apartment. And, while I didn’t get images of all the rooms but you get the idea.
The Art Nouveau windows
On every landing, for each floor of the building, there was a stained glass window. Well, most floors. There were a couple that had been boarded up. So beautiful. What I truly love though is the shapes and how they were made to be the same shape as the column feature of the stairs.
All the details
So many beautiful details, from the ceilings to the doorways and stairwell.
Art Nouveau is magical
It was kind of a magical place to stay. Stay tuned for the next post which will show the views from the incredible second-floor lounge.
If you have any specific questions about the apartment or Budapest let me know in the comments or contact me directly. I’d be happy to answer what I can.