Kempinski Hotel Corvinus

Thursday, June 13th, 2013 2:04 pmThis entry was posted in Budapest, Europe and Middle East, Hotel Reviews, Hungary and tagged on by .

Any hotel that lends its name to a former king has to be confident its service and facilities can live up to the regal billing. And when you come to think of it, any guest should be made to feel like a proper member of the royal family anyway.

The Kempinski Hotel Corvinus however takes its royal service to another level. Tucked away on the Pest side of Budapest just a few metres from the majestic Danube and close to the heart of Pest nightlife, the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus revels in its responsibility to provide first class luxury service and carries it off in an effortless way as if the very thought of doing it otherwise would be something of an insult. It is a startlingly modern property, with luxuriously large airy rooms, yet it retains an air of traditionalism about it that reminds you that you are, after all, in a very historic city.

After a day tasting Budapest’s many attractions you can come back and relax with a drink in the Lobby Lounge Bar and then, perhaps later, sample the culinary delights of either of the Kempinski’s two themed restaurants. A stay at the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus will be special; after all, it is fit for a king isn’t it?.

Rooms from €180

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus



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