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|Distance to city centre||0.6 mi|
|Nearest airport||Budapest Ferenc Liszt Intl|
|Distance to airport||9.9 mi|
|"Fantastic hotel with superb spa!."||(in 370 reviews)|
|"Great location and great facilities."||(in 223 reviews)|
|"Great location and good price."||(in 153 reviews)|
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When I arrived and after the price was blocked in my credit card I was informed that the Spa (main reason of my choice for that hotel) was closed for maintenance reasons. Three days before the web of the hotel adviced that closing but starting on 3 March (The day after my departure). In addition my wife missed something valued for her in the room and it was not recovered by the cleaning staff.
The rooms were big and comfortable, the property is beautiful.
The Royal Spa was out of order and nobody told us until we tried to go. So they didn’t tell us at check in nor could they tell us when it would be fixed. We paid for Royal Spa access in our room charge and they didnt rebate or give us anything extra to compensate for it, a apart from access to another hotel spa at New York Palace, which was far less iconic and beautiful as the Royal Spa was meant to be. This sort of thing can be inevitable, but proper communication and staff transparency isn’t. Also had to ask for a bucket of ice 5 times one night before it came. Took about an hour. The staff, except for one in the restaurant and one at reception were often standoffish and short with us.
The main area beautiful and spa great. Be sure eat at Caviar and Bull it was wonderful,
Rooms were horrible and AC dud not work.
We loved the location. It was a 20 minute walk to the river, or a 5 minute metro ride. Lots of restaurants within a 15 minute walk. The rooms, especially the bathroom was lavishly appointed. The bed and the pillows were exceptionally comfortable.
I was disappointed to hear that the pool was an extra $15 euros per day to use. I was unpleasantly surprised on my return to see an extra charge of over $200 to my Visa. I have emailed the hotel twice asking for an explanation, so far no response.
This hotel is a dream come true. Everything was excellent: the customer service second to none, exceptional accommodations, fantastic location, very, very clean , historical hotel but having the most modern and updated features of technology.
The Corinthia Hotel Budapest was originally called the Grand Hotel Royal when it opened in 1896. The property has a rich history of being one of the grandest hotels in the city. Renovated to give guests all the modern amenities, the hotel still holds all its historical charm. Amenities include complimentary WiFi, valet parking with car wash, a fully-equipped business center, and multilingual staff that can speak Hungarian, English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.
The Corinthia Hotel Budapest has three room categories for guests to choose from. There are the standard hotel rooms, the suites, and the residences. The rooms range from 300-365 square feet and feature plush king-sized beds. There are LCD TVs and coffee makers. The suites range from 678-2583 square feet and offer many luxurious amenities like walk-in closets, Nespresso machines, separate living areas, private jacuzzis. Guests planning on an extended stay may enjoy one of the residences that include fully-equipped kitchens and washing machines.
The hotel has several dining options available to guests. There is an afternoon tea time where sandwiches, treats, tea, and champagne are served in the lobby. Le Bar has a daily extended happy hour where drinks are up to 30% off, and on Friday evenings there are live music sessions.
The Royal Spa offers guests therapeutic treatments in an elegant art deco space. The 15-meter pool, which was originally installed in 1886, has been completely refurbished. Plus, there is a fitness room, sauna, and steam bath for guests to enjoy during their stay.
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- Spacious rooms
- Friendly atmosphere
- Nice building
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at Corinthia Hotel Budapest
Where is Corinthia Hotel Budapest located?
Corinthia Hotel Budapest is located at Erzsebet krt 43 49 in District VII - Erzsébetváros, 0.6 miles from the centre of Budapest. Lisz Ferenc Zenemuveszet Egyetem is the closest landmark to Corinthia Hotel Budapest.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Corinthia Hotel Budapest?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Corinthia Hotel Budapest.
Does Corinthia Hotel Budapest offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Corinthia Hotel Budapest offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Corinthia Hotel Budapest offer free parking?
No, Corinthia Hotel Budapest does not offer free parking.
Does Corinthia Hotel Budapest offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Corinthia Hotel Budapest does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Corinthia Hotel Budapest from the airport?
Corinthia Hotel Budapest is 9.9 miles from Budapest Ferenc Liszt Intl. Corinthia Hotel Budapest is 91.1 miles from Miskolc.
Can you bring pets to Corinthia Hotel Budapest?
Yes, Corinthia Hotel Budapest is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does Corinthia Hotel Budapest have a pool?
Yes, Corinthia Hotel Budapest has a pool on-site.
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- Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum 0.8 mi
- Hosok Tere 0.9 mi
|Budapest Ferenc Liszt Intl||9.9 mi|
|Budapest - Deák Ferenc tér||0.7 mi|