CORINTHIA HOTEL ♦ BUDAPEST
First opened in 1896 as the Grand Hotel Royal; a hub for the elite of nineteenth century society, and painstakingly restored to its original glory some hundred years later, the Corinthia Budapest – located in the heart of the city - brings together classic hotel opulence with the finest five-star luxury of modern times.
While the gracious frontage, marble floors, sweeping staircase and breathtaking, six-storey Atrium preserved from the original building offer glorious hints of a bygone age, the levels of comfort and convenience are all reassuringly up to date.
A particular feature is the hotel’s original Royal Spa centre, with 15-metre pool, now extensively refurbished by the current owners to reflect the very best in 21st century spa luxury while retaining the grandeur of the past. Without doubt the finest hotel in Budapest.
FOOD & DRINK
♦ 2 restaurants
♦ 2 bars
♦ 1 cafe
♦ Room service
♦ Room service
♦ Free internet access in rooms
♦ Storage room
♦ Wake up service
♦ Non allergic pillows
♦ Non smoking rooms
♦ Iron and ironing board in the room
♦ Tea and coffee making facilities in the room
♦ Fitness room
♦ Indoor heated pool
♦ Steam bath
♦ Souvenir shop
♦ WiFi wireless Internet access in public areas
♦ Business Centre with support staff
♦ Event Assistant services
♦ Early Bird breakfast
♦ Laundry and Dry cleaning Valet service
♦ Car wash service
♦ Safe deposit box at concierge
♦ Currency exchange
♦ Facilities for disabled
♦ Ramp access
♦ Copy/print service available
♦ Fax machine rental
The Royal Suite
The pinnacle of luxury can be experienced on the fifth floor, where the Presidential Suite’s seven bay windows enjoy the dominant view of the main thoroughfare.
Royal Suite or called as well as 'Ferenc Liszt Suite' with two bedrooms with Super King size beds overlooking the Boulevard. Decorated with mahogany. Airconditioning, separate living room, large working desk, dining room, kitchen, complimentary usage of the Executive Lounge services, internet usage in room and entry to the fabulous Royal Spa.
The Danube, which divides Budapest into two parts, is perfect for tourists to become acquainted with the most important sights slightly away from the hustle of the city centre, but still literally in the middle of the city. Of course you cannot see everything from a boat, but that is not the purpose of the cruise. You can select from a wide range of daytime cruises, night cruises or boat excursions of various durations and on boats with different sizes.