Gresham Palace is a Secessionist masterpiece that was built in 1906, badly damaged during the war and the Soviet era, and later rebuilt. Working with local artisans and manufacturers we reconstructed and restored this iconic landmark to its former grandeur; The Gresham has become a symbol of the city’s rebirth. Múzsa, the dynamic and theatrical destination bar within the hotel channels the spirit and luxury of traditional Budapest and has become a focal point for the city’s social scene.
The Europe Regional Bar winner at the 2021 Restaurant and Bar Design Awards.
The winner of the Hotel Public Space Design Award at the SBID Awards 2021.
Hotel Entrance Lobby and Múzsa Bar. This new offering reflects a bold departure from the historic trend of single use design, in favour of versatility and flexibility. The result is space that is convivial in nature and welcomes social interaction, offering a main reception, private concierge club, multiple meetings rooms, a tasting room and expansive bar areas.