The Mystery Hotel Budapest, a gorgeous 19th-century palace just a ten-minute stroll away from Nyugati Railway Station, guards the secrets of its builders – the Hungarian Freemasons. As you step inside, you find yourself immersed in an eclectic setting, where you can not only check into suites resembling a painter's studio, boasting two stories, or having a replica of the Mona Lisa hung above the bed, but feast, clink your glasses, and even unwind in a unique spa. At The Great Hall Restaurant & Lounge, once the meeting place of Freemasons, you can indulge in breakfast, lunch, or dinner beneath a massive chandelier in an Egypt-inspired luxury. On the top of the hotel, The Sky Garden Rooftop Bar is the perfect summer evening hangout, complete with delicious cocktails and stunning views of the Buda Castle and Gellért Hill. And if a jacuzzi soak is calling after a day of sightseeing, descend to The Secret Garden Spa. You don't have to be a guest at the hotel to experience this magical Baroque garden; everyone is welcome to recharge under the palm trees.