Thursday, April 14, 2016

Ritz Carlton opens in Budapest, Hungary to become the best new luxury hotel in Budapest



There are few cities in the world that can rival Budapest's setting, history and culture.

As separate towns of Buda and Pest until 1873, each side of Hungary's capital still retains a unique atmosphere and identity.

 Whether guests choose to wander the meandering cobbled streets of the World-Heritage listed Buda Castle district, take to the rejuvenating water from one of the Budapest's many thermal springs, or simply enjoy tasting the renowned Hungarian cuisine and wines, Budapest maintains its hold as one of Europe's most alluring cities.

Scroll down to read more about the Ritz Carlton Budapest... 



THE BEST NEW LUXURY HOTEL
IN BUDAPEST

The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, is housed within a protected historic building, located on Elizabeth Square, with views over St Stephens Basilica. Constructed in 1914 as the headquarters for an Italian insurance company, the building has seen many incarnations, but today it opens as a luxury hotel with 170 elegantly appointed rooms and 30 suites.

Whilst many of the building's original architectural details have been retained, including elegant statues on the exterior walls, the interiors offer guests a spacious and relaxed contemporary environment, inspired by the cool colours and swirling water of the Danube River.



THE CLUB FLOOR OF
THE RITZ CARLTON BUDAPEST

The Ritz-Carlton Club Level is situated on the 8th and 9th floors of the Ritz Carlton Budapest, allowing guests an elevated experience and an additional sanctuary, with dedicated concierge, plus complimentary food and beverage presentations running throughout the day.

NEW RESTAURANTS IN BUDAPEST

Introducing two new restaurants and a bar to the Budapest scene, the unrivalled Deak Street Kitchen of the Ritz Carlton Budapest provides a relaxed and atmospheric environment.

It serves a variety of Hungarian-inspired dishes, created using local seasonal ingredients, and freshly grilled meat & fish, alongside one of the city's finest selections of indigenous Hungarian wines and beers.

With an elegant outside terrace overlooking vibrant Fashion Street, with its designer stores and colourful market, it provides the perfect location to people-watch, whilst enjoying al fresco dining.

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