Award-winning hotel in Budapest city center with easy access to attractions. Located in Downtown Budapest, the luxurious Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is just a short walk away from the Danube River and the city’s main attractions. The hotel comprises 351 elegant rooms, including 37 chic suites with spacious bathrooms and free Wi-Fi. Kempinski Hotel Budapest offers remarkable culinary attractions in its Gastronomic Quarter Downtown Budapest - featuring two restaurants, two bars, a coffee house, and a deli: ÉS Bisztró, Nobu, Blue Fox The Bar, The Living Room, and ÉS Deli. On your business trip or a city break, our services and facilities are on call for you 24/7. This includes the Kempinski The Spa, laundry services, 24-hour in-room dining, the Kempinski Gallery, an underground garage, and more. Ten rooms are suitable for conferences, meetings, lunches, dinners, weddings, exhibitions, and fashion shows for up to 450 delegates. Kempinski White Glove Services has been implemented to ensure a healthy and safe environment for all the guests and employees.
Budapest - This monarchical city of Central European charm reveals a multicultural past in Europe, rich with Roman, Renaissance, Turkish, German, and Austrian impressions, and Hungarian culture’s rare ability to fuse these interactions into its own unique identity. Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest’s own ever-evolving wealth of diversions within reflects the diversity without. Complete with a new lifestyle and gourmet hub, the multi-use Lobby's dramatic reconstruction was followed by refurbishing and refreshing the suites and rooms.
Dining - At Gastronomy Quarter Downtown Budapest, the first Central European Nobu restaurant serves new-style Japanese. ÉS Bisztró is a contemporary brasserie for updated Hungarian-Viennese specialties. The Living Room is inspired by the local “Kaffeehaus” culture of old. Blue Fox The Bar mixes classic and creative cocktails. The culinary journey includes new-style Japanese dishes at the first Central European Nobu restaurant. The recently opened ÉS Bisztró is a refined minimalist brasserie and offers rich, updated Hungarian-Viennese specialties. The Living Room is a contemporary urban oasis inspired by the local “Kaffeehaus” culture of old. If it’s sophisticated pre-and post-dinner drinks you fancy, Blue Fox The Bar and the Nobu Bar have the fizz, the sizzle, the bubbles, and the buzz.
Wellness - To recharge and rejuvenate, Kempinski The Spa offers exclusive beauty and massage treatments, fitness facilities, and a recently refurbished sauna universe of American Tulipwood Finnish and bio saunas, a steam bath, and a Kneipp foot soak. The luxury Kempinski, The Spa in downtown Budapest, offers in 525 sqm a huge variety of Elemental Herbology treatments and massages, a fitness center, Finnish and bio saunas, a steam room, a Kneipp-bench, a tepidarium as well as an indoor pool.
One of a kind in town, Kempinski Corvinus owns a corporate collection of Hungarian contemporary art. Some of the works adorn the rooms and suites, while others are available to view public areas. Open round the clock, the Gallery on The Promenade shows curated modern Hungarian art. Further facilities: Nobu dishes available to order 24 hours through in-room dining; underground car park for 230 vehicles; electric vehicle charging station; gift and flower shop; Clef’s d’Or Concierge desk; Lady in Red customer service.
Highlights - Energizing Budapest’s pulse, Kempinski Hotel Corvinus ups the ante throughout its striking, recently refurbished building. Suites and rooms have received a complete or refreshing makeover to create a design-savvy, comfort-first experience. For culinary diversions, Gastronomic Quarter Downtown Budapest serves new Japanese at Nobu, Hungarian-Viennese delicacies at ÉS Bisztró, classic and creative cocktails at Blue Fox The Bar, and coffee and cake at The Living Room. To charge up, Kempinski The Spa offers a brand-new sauna universe, indoor pool, and massage and beauty treatments, including its trademark “Hungarymud.”