Corinthia Hotel Budapest recognized as a Hungarian National Value, celebrating 120 years as a symbol of national identity
Corinthia Hotel Budapest joins an impressive collection of Hungarian National Values, which are defined as values unique to the country and aim to preserve and celebrate national identity – including physical buildings and objects, cultural and intellectual goods, traditions, symbols, and works of art.
Tibor Meskál, Senior Duty Manager at Corinthia Hotel Budapest, has witnessed the hotel’s transformation from a rather illustrious hotel behind the Iron Curtain during the 1960s to today’s Corinthia Hotel Budapest. As true embodiment of the hotel’s part, his memorabilia is on display in the hotel’s lobby. Tibor will be on hand to take guests on a unique hotel tour every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 9:30. Guests can book href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org
“We are so proud that Corinthia Budapest has been recognized as having played such a significant role in Hungary’s history, culture and society. Carrying on the legacy of Grand Hotel Royal, one of Europe’s most lavish when it opened in the nineteenth century; Corinthia Budapest treasures the values and stories inherited from the past, while simultaneously looking to impress the 21st-century traveler with exceptional amenities and top quality service,” said Tibor Meskál, Senior Duty Manager of Corinthia Hotel Budapest.
Room rates at Corinthia Budapest start at €125 (approximately $135.47) per room per night, or at €95.56 (approximately $103.57) if booking for 3 nights or longer (available until September 6). Book now through www.corinthia.com/budapest and reap the rewards – choose from a wide range of advantages, as complimentary room upgrades, early check in and late check out, and a chance to “Win Back Your Stay” to all customers booking their stay directly through www.corinthia.com . For full details see www.corinthia.com/hotels/budapest/book-direct/
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PHOTO: Postcard of the Grand Hotel Royal, portraying the hotel’s façade (1896); Corinthia Hotel Budapest’s Tibor Meskál looking back at photos of him at the hotel in the 1960s
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