Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest - luxury hotel In Budapest, Hungary: Your smart choice for vacation, city trip or business travel to Budapest. Enjoy generously spacious and luxuriously outfitted rooms in the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest, at the very heart of the city, near local attractions. The elegant flair of all 316 rooms and 33 suites boasts contemporary accents, with the needs of the discerning business and leisure traveller promptly served; amenities in all rooms and suites include air-conditioning, light & spacious bedrooms and bathrooms with separate shower and underfloor heating, complimentary Wi-Fi, a high-tech infotainment system, a 32” LCD TV offering a choice of 58 satellite channels and 24-hour in-room dining that features Nobu signature dishes.
Enjoy a variety of culinary experiences under one roof at the brand new lifestyle and gastronomy hub of Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest: ÉS Bisztró, inspired by the French brasserie features Hungarian and Viennese cuisine. The "Kaffeehaus" style Living Room ideal to relax or meet friends, associates whilst enjoying tempting cakes from patisserie counter. From April through October, the outdoor ÉS Terrace on Fashion Street offers light bites and drinks. the Nobu restaurant, first in Central and Eastern Europe is still a most fashionable culinary experience with Japanese-Peruvian flavours. The cosmopolitan Blue Fox The Bar is a hotspot for sophisticated pre- and post-dinner drinks. The New-York-style ÉS Deli spoils our guests with exclusive coffee specialties, freshly baked pastries, gourmet sandwiches, fruit- and vegetable juices, salads and Bircher muesli - for takeaway also.
The Hotel’s conference and meeting facilities, including a luxury ballroom covering an area of 1238 sqm, equipped with state-of-the-art technology and managed by a dedicated team of conference professionals. For diversions, the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest is home to Kempinski The Spa - inspired by the European seasons, an oasis of calm in the hustle and bustle of Pest, offering a refuge from urban stress and the daily grind to bring you to a new level of wellbeing, and the unique Kempinski Gallery, specialized in modern Hungarian art, of which the Hotel owns a collection.
Best location in town paired with highest standards of luxurious service including:
• Clefs d’or Concierge
• Guest Relations services
• Laundry, dry cleaning & shoeshine service
• Garage up to 210 cars (operated by the hotel)
• Limousine service & rent-a-car office
• Facilities for disabled
The credit/debit card presented at the time of check-in and/or reservation will be automatically pre-authorized by Hotel with the total room rate for the entire stay and additionally HUF 15.000/ day to cover eventual extra charges (e.g. minibar, room service, telephone costs, damages etc.). At guest's check-out the release of blocking of any eventual credit amount over and above the invoiced amount will be immediately arranged by Hotel, however the release is done by the guest's account keeping bank and on a date according to the bank's own internal rules.
"To know before you go" information:
To help you make the most of your experience at Kempinski The Spa in Budapest, please note, the minimum age for use of the gym and wellness area is 16 years. Children under 14 years can enjoy the indoor pools only when accompanied by an adult.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
Explore and experience. The remnants of the ancient Roman Civil Town, Turkish baths, monarchical grandeur, Zsolnay-accented Art Nouveau, Bauhaus and award winning modern architecture. Thematic walks to discover Europe’s first cafe culture, the fine-de-siecle landmarks, the quaint Jewish quarter or leafy Buda. Consult the concierge for bespoke options.
• Chain Bridge – 0.5 kmThe Széchenyi Chain Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans the Danube River between Buda and Pest, the western and eastern sides of Budapest. Designed by the English engineer William Tierney Clark, the bridge was the first permanent bridge across the Danube in Budapest and was opened in 1849. It is also the oldest permanent bridge on the Danube.
• St Stephen's Basilica – 0.5 kmSt Stephen's Basilica is a Roman Catholic basilica in Budapest, Hungary. It is named in honour of Stephen, the first King of Hungary (c 975–1038), whose right hand is housed in the reliquary. It is the third largest church building in Hungary.
• Opera House – 0.7 kmThe Hungarian State Opera House is a neo-Renaissance opera house located in central Budapest, on Andrássy út. It was designed by Miklós Ybl, a major figure of 19th century Hungarian architecture. Construction began in 1875, funded by the city of Budapest and by Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary and the new house opened to the public in 1884.
• Parliament - 1.2 kmThe Hungarian Parliament Building is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary, one of Europe's oldest legislative buildings, a notable landmark of Hungary and a popular tourist destination of Budapest. It lies in Lajos Kossuth Square, on the banks of the Danube. It is currently the largest building in Hungary and still the tallest building in Budapest.
• Citadella – 1.3 kmCitadella is the Hungarian word for Citadel, a type of fortress, strategically located on the top of Gellért Hill in Budapest, Hungary. It occupies almost the entire 235 metres high plateau. During the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, Soviet troops occupied the Citadel. From the top of the Citadel, there is a panoramic view over the city, the Danube and its bridges.
• Castle District - 1.3 kmThe Castle District is located on Castle Hill and it is famous for its Medieval, Baroque, and 19th century houses, churches, and public buildings. Equally important sights include the Vienna Gate, Museum of Hungarian Military History, Castle Labyrinth, Buda Castle, Trinity Square, Mathias Church surrounded by the Fishermen's Bastion and Sándor Palace, which is the Hungarian President's official residence.
• Royal Palace – 1.3 kmThe Royal Palace was the former residence of Hungarian kings. Built in the 13th century, it was destroyed and rebuilt many times. During the 19th century, its reconstruction followed in neo-Baroque style. Under the palace, ruins of the Medieval and Renaissance building were excavated. The castle is a part of the Budapest World Heritage Site, which was declared a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1987. The Hungarian National Gallery is located in Buda Castle.
• Fisherman's Bastion – 1.3 kmFisherman’s Bastion in Budapest is without a doubt one of the top Budapest attractions. The present day lookout towers, the decorative fortifications of Fisherman’s Bastion were built in the 19th century to serve as a lookout tower for the best panoramic views in Budapest.
• Matthias Church - 1.3 kmMatthias Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Budapest, Hungary, in front of the Fisherman's Bastion in the heart of the Buda's Castle District. It was originally built in Romanesque style in 1015. The current building was constructed in the florid late Gothic style in the second half of the 14th century and was extensively restored in the late 19th century, adding new motifs such as the signature diamond pattern roof tiles and gargoyles laden spire.
• Hungarian National Gallery - 2.9 kmThe Hungarian National Gallery, was established in 1957 as the national art museum. It is located in Buda Castle. Its collections cover all genres of Hungarian art including the works of many nineteenth and twentieth-century Hungarian artists who worked in Paris and other locations in the west. The National Gallery houses Medieval, Renaissance, Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance Hungarian art.
• Museum of Fine Arts - 2.9 kmThe Museum of Fine Arts is located in Heroes' Square, facing the Palace of Art. It was built in an eclectic-neoclassical style, between 1900 and 1906. The museum's collection is made up of international art (other than Hungarian) including all periods of European art, and comprises more than 100,000 pieces. The Museum's collection consists of six departments: Egyptian, antique, old sculpture gallery, old painter gallery, modern collection, graphics collection.
• Heroes' Square - 2.9 kmHeroes' Square is one of the major squares of Budapest, rich with historic and political connotations. Its iconic statue complex, the Millennium Memorial, contains statues of the leaders of the seven tribes that founded Hungary in the 9th century and other outstanding figures of Hungarian history and was completed in 1900. It lies at the end of Andrássy Avenue, with which it comprises part of an extensive World Heritage site, next to City Park. The back of the monument consists of two matched colonnades, each with seven statues representing great figures of Hungarian history. The square is surrounded by two important buildings, the Museum of Fine Arts on the left and Palace of Art on the right.
• Szechenyi Thermal Bath - 3.1 kmThe Széchenyi Bath is the largest medicinal bath in Europe and is located in the City Park. It was built in 1913 in Neo-baroque style. Its water is supplied by two thermal springs. There are pools of varying temperature. The outdoor pools (swimming pool, adventure pool and thermal sitting pool) are between 27°C and 38°C. The complex also includes saunas, steam rooms and massage services are available.
• Shopping District and Fashion Street – 0.0 kmThe reputation of this pedestrian street, which once was home to the marvellous houses planned by the greatest Hungarian architects, was recently restored by turning it into Fashion Street. Besides housing the top international brands including Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger, Mexx, Furla, Massimo Dutti, Lacoste, United Colors of Benetton, Lloyd, Vapiano, Starbucks, two of the most talented Hungarian designers, Nanushka and Süel have also moved their businesses here. Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest is located here