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Kempinski Hotel Corvinus
Budapest, HungaryEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Kempinski Hotel Corvinus
Not only is the boldly modern property in the heart of the city—close to a boutique-filled pedestrian zone and many top cultural sites—the grande dame of Budapest hotels is also an attraction in itself, with a shopping arcade, an impressive spa, and six restaurants and bars.
With 335 rooms and 31 suites, the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is the largest in Budapest, known for its excellent service, high-design public spaces, and cutting-edge list of restaurants, including a new Nobu restaurant (the first to open in Central Europe). Guest rooms are bathed in natural light and designed in warm earth tones. Perks include complimentary Wi-Fi, spacious marble bathrooms, and views of Fashion Street or Erzsebet Park. For those eager to explore Budapest culture, many city highlights are within walking distance of the property, including the Great Synagogue, the second largest in the world; Chain Bridge, a suspension bridge over the Danube built in 1849; and the neo-Renaissance St. Stephen's Basilica, completed in 1905. Visit Property Website
The pet-friendly hotel's BQ Beer & Barbeque Terrace has Yappie Hours: guests can get a hot dog and beer for $3.80 while furry friends enjoy complimentary Pedigree snacks and a bowl of water. (open April to October)
At the Lobby Lounge and Bar, order the Beatrix cocktail—named for Corvinus's wife—a mixture of apricot palinka, Sapphire gin, and triple sec, served over crushed ice with a dried apricot.
Listen to live classical music during high tea, and snack on finger sandwiches, English cakes, fruit tartlets, and scones with peach marmalade.
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
Hungary's Leading Hotel
- World Travel Awards
- Les Clefs D'Or
500 Best Hotels in the World
- Travel + Leisure
Arrive at Budapest's Ferihegy Airport (BUD), which is approximately 15 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 30 minutes of travel time. Taxi transfers available: €36 (about $48) one way from the airport to the hotel, and €27 (about $36) one way from the hotel to the airport, for up to three people.Erzsébet tér 7-8, Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa On Property
- Indoor Heated Pool
- Fitness Center
- Laundry Service
- Shoe Shine Service
- Wireless Internet
- Currency Exchange
- Multilingual Staff
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Hair Dryers
- Air Conditioning
- Turndown Service
- 2 Restaurants
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Afternoon Tea
- 2-person occupancy
- Free WiFi
- Free bottled mineral water
Why We Love Budapest
Jaw-dropping architecture, stunning natural splendor and an electric nightlife make Budapest a must-see in Central Europe.
Top Restaurant: Tom-George Restaurant & Bar: Known as TG for short, this chic Budapest institution serves up a variety of plates, from goulash to sushi to green curry chicken. District V, Október 6 utca 8; 011-36-331-266-3525.
Great Shopping: Market Hall: The largest covered market in Budapest has everything from fruits, cheeses, and caviar to chic clothes and Hungarian souvenirs. Vámház kör út 1; 011-36-1-1217-6067.
First-Class Entertainment: State Opera House. Performances are held from September through June in this neo-Renaissance building, opened in 1884. 1061 Budapest Andrássy út 22; 011-36-1-332-7914.
Why Go Now
March 18 2011 - April 3, 2011
Budapest Spring Festival
One of the largest cultural festivals in Budapest, the event draws classical music, opera, jazz and ballet fans from all over the world
June 23, 2011 - August 12, 2011
Summer on the Chain Bridge
On Saturdays & Sundays, one of Budapest's most important symbols gives way to pedestrians, bikers and families, and the best Hungarian artists and craftsmen offer their goods
August 10-15 2011
The Sziget Festival
An international rock and cultural festival attracting about 400,000 music lovers each summer