The wi-fi: might be a building construction characteristic, as even my mobile phone had trouble connecting to non wi-fi data, but in any case inside the room it was very painful. It may only affect some rooms, in which case perhaps getting a repeater for the signal would help. In the common areas the wi-fi worked ok.
The lack of drawers: so stylish and not a single drawer. Even I as a solo traveller like to have at least one small drawer to store cables and adapters and avoid the possibility of a housekeeper misplacing them. Might be more important for a couple requiring more storage space.
The style: the most important thing about a hotel are the key features (bed, shower) and style shouldn't matte... OK, scrap that - style like this doesn't happen by accident. It necessarily has to be the result of a thoughtful process, very successful in this case. The room was past comfortable and into pleasant.
The bed was surprisingly comfortable even though the mattress was not that thick, they may be using some kind of topper. I found the toilet wrapped in a 'sterile' band, which was a nice touch.
The welcome: sitting and with a drink, also very stylish.
The location: very convenient to be walking distance to the Chain Bridge to one side and to the other side, to restaurants, the Opera, the Synagogues, and the ruin pubs.
It is apparent that they care, and it shows.
Would be my first choice again for a future visit to Budapest.