Hotel never fully closed during pandemic
Suites, rooms now completely renovated at Kempinski
The Kempinski has also been able to reopen its terraces – ÉS Bisztró at the rear of the hotel in the pedestrianised “Fashion Street” and Blue Fox Patio, which faces Erzsébet tér, or Elizabeth Square, the spacious park that is home to the Budapest Eye Ferris wheel and the Michael Jackson memorial tree. The hotel is also welcoming guests again at Kempinski The Spa for body treatments.
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest has at no point been closed during the pandemic, and although the changing governmental restrictions did not allow the luxury establishment to open its gastronomic outlets and spa most of the time, management made every effort to serve guests in all possible ways in accordance with the public health regulations.
As such, the hotel offered laundry and dry cleaning with takeaway and home delivery, it opened the small winter bar in Fashion Street for takeaway and it introduced a “Stylish home office” package for business guests. The Kempinski also provided tailored solutions for events, including hybrid meetings, online streaming possibilities and virtual cooking classes.
General Manager Stephan Interthal said: “Please be assured that all our team members, who have been enthusiastic, reliable and valuable assets during these challenging times, are doing their utmost to provide the highest level of service and a safe environment during future visits with us. My team and I can’t wait to welcome you again at Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest when things start to return to normal.”