When you walk into the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest, you will immediately be charmed by its high ceiling lobby with soaring column pillars and a connected stairway to the next floor and tasteful flower arrangements as the central of attraction. For that classic 5-star luxury hotel impression, this is the essence of this grand hotel. mylifestylenews writes.
The hotel promises a further upgrade of refurbishment for its existing rooms floor by floor to an endearing modern and sophisticated comfort that offers a more luxurious lifestyle standard and amenities. Despite some of the floors are closed for the initial work that has begun during our stay, guests are all well-informed and we were not exactly bothered by any distraction.
Michael Jackson memorial tree is located across the street of the hotel.
With its cosmopolitan yet local flair and diverse gastronomic experiences, the hotel also offers remarkable culinary attractions in its Gastronomic Quarter Downtown Budapest that was inspired by the four pillars of the Kempinski philosophy - beauty, gourmet, culture and savoir-vivre. Featuring two restaurants including the popular Japanese restaurant, Nobu, two bars, a coffee house and a deli. A bespoke rooftop herb garden cultivated by Executive Chef Roland Holzer and his kitchen team provide a direct supply to its existing food & beverage outlets.
Where ÉS Bisztró remains one of the leading restaurants in the hotel, The Living Room is an urban oasis and evokes childhood memories for Budapest and visitor alike to relax in style. Inspired by the local coffee house culture with great coffee, fine teas, a cake selection and strictly rosé- only champagne is served, just the way you like it.
A hue of blue lights attracts the passers-by from the street-lobby level Blue Fox The Bar is the hotspot for a sophisticated time out and ideal meeting place for pre or post dinner drinks. Crowds fill up the place during happy hour usually to chill in this classic yet cosmopolitan bar with fresh accents in both its drinks and its style.
To end a perfect busy day, we indulged our senses and could unwind to the strains at the hotel’s spa with treatments by Elemental Herbology, inspired by the cycle of the European seasons.
Staff is always the greatest asset to a hotel especially those who work in the front line that provide first hand information to their guests. Since its opening in 1992, the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest hotel has been living up with the sheer spirit in providing its Hungarian hospitality to their guests and visitors alike, especially when you approach Tamás Takács – the Golden Key Head Concierge and his team with great recommendations on what to do, see and dine while you are in town by exploring the magic and wonders in Budapest and near-by highlights.