Bohem Art Hotel is located in the 5th district and was built in the 17th century. From 1884 to 1894, the building was owned by a famous proprietor, Manfréd Weiss. The Szénásy Írószer és Körzőgyár (stationery factory), which was built in 1903, was also in this building and the factory’s owner, Béla Szénásy, was a stationery wholesaler, the creator of Hungarian paper industry and trade, and the originator of the Budapest International Industry Fair. The factory was famous for its 1944 production of the Schutpasses which was the Swedish legation to protect the Jews during in the Second World War.
The hotel has several services to make your stay as comfortable as possible including airport transfer, a cocktail bar, a deluxe buffet breakfast, laundry and ironing services, happy hours with free coffee, tea, and snacks, and flatscreen TVs with movies and international news channels. There are several rooms to choose from whether you come alone or with family or friends, each with its own character and unique artwork. From the moment you walk through the doors, you will understand that your stay at the Bohem Art Hotel is going to be a special experience.