Radisson Hotel Budapest BudaPart, the first upscale Radisson branded hotel in Hungary opens its doors in the vibrant Újbuda district where the young fashion set, students, and creative locals gather to embrace local café culture or meet along the peaceful banks of Lágymányos bay.
Reimagining three historic buildings, Dorothea Hotel blends Hungarian heritage with a contemporary guest experience
W Hotels Worldwide, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s global portfolio of 31 extraordinary hotel brands, announces the highly anticipated debut of W Budapest, marking the brand’s first opening in Hungary. Housed in the historic Drechsler Palace, previously home to the Institute of Ballet, W Budapest is set to become an evolutionary heartbeat of the city with visionary design, eclectic gastronomy and a socially driven spirit drawn from the cosmopolitan capital.
W Hotels Worldwide, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s global portfolio of 31 extraordinary hotel brands, today announces the highly anticipated debut of W Budapest
The biggest event in Hungary’s history, the World Athletics Championships will be held in 2023 in Budapest. From 19-27 August 2023, 2,000 athletes from more than 200 countries will come to Hungary to celebrate the Queen of Sports and take part in the third biggest sporting event in the world.
Forbes Travel Guide, the only global rating system for luxury hotels, restaurants and spas, announced its latest Star Awards on February 15, 2023. Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest earned the exquisite accolade of Five Star rating, being the only hotel in Hungary that received the highest designation, in addition to the Four Star award that its Spa acquired, which is also unique to the Hungarian market.
Last September, the For The Neighbors Of Budapest Airport Foundation, with the support of Budapest Airport, launched the largest ever noise protection program which offers the most noise abatement solutions for residents, to a value of 1.2 billion HUF over three years.
IHG Hotels & Resorts, one of the world’s leading hospitality companies, is delighted to announce two new signings – both brand debuts for Hungary - in the beautiful capital city of Budapest.
Due to the increase in energy prices and the decrease in the number of guests, up to half of Hungarian spas may close from the fall to the first half of next year, according to the president of the Hungarian Bathing Association, Zoltán Kántás