Corinthia Hotel Budapest resides in one of the most recognizable city landmarks, and is acclaimed as one of the most lavish hotels in Europe. Close to the museums and historic splendor for which the city is famous, the Corinthia Hotel Budapest is the top choice for premier luxury travel in Budapest.
In its former life the Corinthia Hotel Budapest was known as the Grand Hotel Royal, celebrated for its magnificent ballroom and spa, and a favorite among contemporary Hungarian writers and Europe’s elite. While the landmark building has retained its striking Neo-Classical exterior since 1896, its interior has undergone enhancements to bring it up to modern 21st-century standards. Rooms and suites at the hotel reflect its glorious past while incorporating the modern luxuries of high-speed Internet, high-definition entertainment options, and spacious marble en-suite baths.
Designed for comfort and boasting views either into the courtyard or out over Budapest herself, the rooms and suites will welcome you after a day of visiting the city. Expanded living spaces and enhanced amenities, like Nespresso coffee machines and Bose audio systems, are the added benefit in the collection of the hotel’s suites. Superior in size and boasting views over the boulevards below, the Bartok and Kodaly suites pay homage to two of Hungary’s most distinguished composers. The Presidential Suite bears Liszt’s name and at more than 2,500 square feet, it is the largest hotel suite in Hungary.
Budapest is a city known for its spas, and each guest of the Corinthia Hotel Budapest can partake in the tradition with full access to the celebrated Royal Spa. Every amenity has been restored from its original 19th-century fashion, including the swimming pool and steam baths. ESPA treatments bring the Art Deco space into the modern age, promising rejuvenation via a menu of therapies and massages.
Dining at Corinthia Hotel Budapest offers many options, from Hungarian fine dining to traditional Asian cuisine to international infusions. Bock Bistro’s specialty is a blending of Hungarian standards with Spanish tapas, a creative combination that earned the eatery the distinction of Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide. Also of note, the hotel’s iconic six-story atrium is original to the building, and is the setting for buffet breakfasts and casual lunches and dinners.Request Information