Kempinski Hotel Corvinus’ imposing modernity remains a landmark of central Budapest. Flanked by green Erzsébet Park and lively Fashion Street, it is ideally located within easy reach of the main historical sights, the Danube, the financial district and the shopping boulevard.
The hotel’s rooms partly underwent a refurbishment to create a space that pleases the design-savvy and responds to the needs of the contemporary traveller. Meticulously appointed, the 315 rooms and 38 suites take inspiration from the comfort of nature, and feature artwork from the Corvinus Collection of contemporary Hungarian art.
Redefining the five-star experience, the lobby is home to ÉS Bisztró, which serves contemporised Austro-Hungarian imperial food, while ÉS Deli brews speciality coffee and offers premium sandwiches. In summer, ÉS Terrace spills out onto Fashion Street. Nobu is the region’s first New Japanese restaurant. Blue Fox The Bar mixes classic and creative cocktails, plus music by its DJs and live bands. The Living Room recreates the Budapest café culture. Kempinski The Spa is your recharge hub, which features a signature hungarymud treatment
The first contemporary luxury hotel in Hungary, Kempinski Corvinus continues to reinvent and redefine the Budapest travel experience. Purpose-built in the very heart of the capital, it offers some of the most spacious rooms in the city, in a design-savvy environment that complements the comfort of Erzsébet Park at the front and the buzz of Fashion Street at the back. All the major sights are within easy reach, while Budapest Eye, the ferris wheel, is right across from the front entrance.
* Europe’s biggest Synagogue and Bazilika (central cathedral)
* Chain Bridge and the central Danube embankment
* Luxury shopping and the Opera House on Andrássy Boulevard
* Buda Castle, Matthias Church, Fisherman’s Bastion
* Heroes’ Square, City Park, Zoo, Circus
* Grand Market Hall and Hold Street Market Hall
ROOMS AND SUITES
The hotel finished the renovation of rooms and suites on three guest floors, to reflect a unique contemporary aesthetics for the discerning design-savvy traveller, and to provide all the must-have features and conveniences of travel today. The new design of the grand deluxe rooms and suites by noted British designer Alex Kravetz draws inspiration from the colour scheme of nature: the rich gold of the sun, the deep blue of the clear sky and the fresh green of meadows. Even the size of the superior rooms is above average, while the suites enhance your stay in every aspect of comfort and care, and feature some of the original artwork from the Corvinus Collection of Hungarian contemporary art. Altogether the hotel features 315 rooms and 38 suites.
DINING - Gastronomic Quarter Downtown Budapest
The Lobby is not just a feast for the design-affine eye but also home to Kempinski Corvinus’ gastronomic concept and its diverse outlets. ÉS Bisztró serves the signature Kempinski buffet breakfast, and for lunch and dinner, it offers a contemporised Austro-Hungarian menu, reinterpreting some of the imperial favourites for today’s palate. ÉS Deli features its own speciality coffee, as well as premium sandwiches and sweet treats. ÉS terrace sets up shop in Fashion Street in summer, offering seasonal refreshments outdoors. Nobu Budapest is Central Europe’s first and only member of the eponymous restaurateur’s New Japanese chain, which serves its internationally loved staples as well as locally inspired items. Blue Fox The Bar shakes classical and creative cocktails, while its DJs mix funky tunes. In summer, Blue Fox opens a patio. The Living Rooms is the Kempinski Corvinus’ café concept to present its own take on Budapest’s coffeehouse culture.
KEMPINSKI THE SPA - Fitness and wellness
Open to the guests of the hotel, Kempinski The Spa is a members-only club featuring state-of-the-art fitness equipment, a pool, and several types of saunas and steam rooms. The wellness section offers various beauty and massage treatments inspired by the four seasons, as well as a signature treatment harnessing the potent active ingredients of the mineral-rich active hungarymud, which is exclusively available here.
• Finnish and aroma saunas
• Steam bath
• Fitness room
FURTHER SERVICES AND FACILITIES
• 24-hour in-room dining
• Clefs d'Or Concierge service
• Limousine Service
• Laundry and dry-cleaning
• Shoeshine service
• Pet-friendly hotel
• Underground car park with 210 parking spots
• Electric vehicle charging station
• Business centre
• TEN ROOMS = 10 flexible conference and meeting rooms capable of hosting any size conferences, meetings, balls, parties, weddings for up to 450 guests
• The Kitchen Caters – catering service
TEN ROOMS - MEETINGS AND EVENTS
Kempinski Corvinus’ MICE concept, Ten Rooms, aims to pioneer the servicing of MICE requirements, delivering innovative solutions to planners and organizers, as well as delegates, in a bespoke-designed and purpose-built space on the second level. The overhaul in 2016-17 of the events management and facilities concept resulted in various flexible meeting spaces that deliver tailor-made solutions for any-size and any-purpose events. In function, they represent the most cutting-edge technology in Budapest, while in design, they are luxurious and have a human and sensory quality, commensurate with the Kempinski brand.
The Grand Room (Rooms One, Two, Three) features imposing and elegant grandeur and reserved glamour. Room Four combines an area for informal meetings, where seating is relaxed, with a formal meeting table arrangement. Room Five is a spacious, bright and upscale executive room, ideal for meetings that require privacy. Room Six features bold and extraordinary furnishings. Infinity Room (Room Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten) is reconfigured to maximize capacity and flexibility.
Other spaces offer auxiliary functions. The Kitchen in the foyer has a fully operational stove and countertop and tastefully decorated dining and lounge area. The corridor leading to the Grand Room is furnished to accommodate break-out areas. The Business Centre provides immediate secretarial services, as well as the conference organizers’ operational office. The pre-function area allows for multiple functions, such as coffee breaks, catering, brainstorming and receptions.
The owners of Kempinski Corvinus have amassed one of the most sizeable and definitive corporate collections of contemporary Hungarian art since the opening of the hotel. Some of the Corvinus Collection graces the suites and public spaces, while some is on tour, co-organised with Kogart, the most renowned private collector and museum, to mark the 25th anniversary of the Collection. The Kempinski Gallery shows temporary exhibitions of contemporary art all year round, and is open round the clock in the Lobby.
The Living Room stages concerts every Saturday in support of the Academy of Music’s up-and-coming talent, inviting the most accomplished students to play during high tea.