A stay at the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest, Hungary

When you travel away from home nothing can beat spoiling yourself and staying at a 5-star hotel, so that is exactly what I did when I finished my tour in Budapest.

I wanted to be city centre and that’s exactly where Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is located. The hotel is a nearby walk from the Danube River and Parliament House. All rooms feature an orthopedic king-size bed with luxurious bathroom amenities, mini-bar with premium wines and soft drinks, snacks, bathrobes and free Wi-Fi.

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Complementary Gifts

Upon arrival I was offered a room upgrade to a Deluxe Room for a small fee which included complementary gifts such as The Worldwide famous Hungarian wine – Tokaji Aszu, Paprika powder, Traditional Hungarian embroidered coaster, Macarons inspired by Hungarian flavours and full Kempinski breakfast.

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Fresh Fruit Platter

The hotel offers guest great facilities such as a Spa and Fitness centre with indoor swimming pool which I was offered free usage in my room rate. The staff were extremely helpful and could answer all my queries and offer me complementary late check-out upon request.

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Image Supplied from (Kempinski Corvinus Hotel) Deluxe Room

Behind the back of the hotel is Fashion Street – Budapest’s home of luxury brands and shops. The street offers numerous stores and of course restaurants. Nearby is Budapest Eye where you can buy a ticket here to get great views of the city from above!

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Fashion Street, Budapest

15 min walk from the hotel is the Jewish Quarter, a great area for nightlife, variety range of restaurants and bars. Ruin bars are also not far from this area and are a great place for true Hungarian nightlife.

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Jewish Quarter in Budapest

My stay at The Kempinski Corvinus may have been short but I look forward to staying here again in the future and highly recommend this stunning hotel to all.

Thank you to all the staff who helped me during my stay, I appreciate the Hungarian hospitality I received and to Aimee at Bicton Travel for booking this for me.

Cheers,

TZULS 😛

 

 

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