Hotel Class: 5 Stars - 10 Reviews and 671 Opinions
Erzsebet Ter 7-8, Budapest, 1051, Hungary
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Kempinski Corvinus Budapest
This is a high class hotel, with enormous, well equipped and very comfortable rooms. The location is great, and very central, just around the corner from St. Stephen's basilica on the Pest side, and very near to the river. Everything about the place is quality, and it attracts a high class of clientelle (I'm the exception to this rule). One guest pulled up in a Ferrari F430.
Down points included a shower that was nearly impossible to set to a temperature that wasn't either scalding or freezing, the view from the room wasn't inspiring, and a cheeky 30 euro breakfast fee in a city where you can eat out at the best restaurants for less. It's also your typical super expensive McHotel.
I had a great night's sleep, and it's a great hotel, but I preferred the Hotel Bobbio for less than half the price.
It's published rates start at over 300 euros a night, but a savvy traveller can get rooms for much cheaper than that by searching the internet. Try starting with www.hrs.de or www.hotel.de.
Unique Quality: Free internet!
Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
Luxury Kempi'n in the center :)
The Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is of course nothing like camping...:)
Locals tend to call it "Kempi", which pretty much resebles to the Hungarian word Kemping (Camping) in writing and in pronunciation as well, that's where my poor joke is coming from :)
It's an elegant yet modern hotel in the heart of the city, offering everything an expensive hotel should offer: elegant restaurants (Bistro Jardin and Restaurant Giardino), pub, lounge, spa, shops, etc...
Unique Quality: Well located, excellent service, luxury treatments in the spa
Opinion of Price: most expensive
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest Photo: In the lobby of Corvinus Kempinski
As my only trip here was a business trip we were able to stay in one of the best hotels in Budapest, the Kempinski Corvinus, right in the heart of the city. Very nice hotel, but if I was paying I wouldn't stay here. Never had lunch or dinner here but the breakfasts were excellent and the bar was very friendly.
It has been over one year since my stay at the Kempinski, but it was memorable and I felt compelled to write this review. I chose this hotel because I had read in my guidebook that Madonna had stayed here. While the Presidential Suite was definitely beyond my price range, the standard room on the 7th floor and overlooking the park was affordable (at the time, under 200 USD per night). My first impressions of Budapest were that of the hotel's driver greeting me at the airport and providing me with a bottle of mineral water and of whisking through the Hungarian countryside in the back seat of a brand new black Mercedes. The bedroom was luxurious and sexy. The bathroom was done in floor to ceiling marble. The breakfast was extravagant with eggs cooked to order and an amazing variety of fruits, cereals, pastries, and meats. The hotel is situated in the heart of Pest. It is very close to Budapest's famous cafe, the Gerbeaud, and a short stroll to either the Danube River (in one direction) or Andrassy ut (in the other direction). There is a gorgeous albeit small indoor pool reminiscent of Turkish baths. The hotel staff - for whatever reason - seemed thrilled to see and assist me. That in and of itself made me feel like I was truly on vacation. So, I may not be Madonna and "Like a Virgin", but the the Kempinski made me feel "Like a Princess".
A 5 star hotel all round !!
by TripAdvisor Member BGCLondon
This hotel is lovely - free wireless internet access in the lobby areas, a wonderfully relaxing spa (although the pool is small - there is a relaxation area and mood-colour-changing lights in the steam room - and fluffy robes and towels). The rooms (I stayed in a standard) were good and spacious - only gripe is no bath and we Brits love our baths....Breakfast is a delight and the best part of the hotel, really - a wonderful and fresh buffet and delicious cooked sausages, bacon, potatoes, pancakes...fresh (as opposed to "fresh-concentrated") orange juice. We came back after we checked out for the Sunday brunch on Republic Day - and it was similarly wonderful - with sparking wine and juices on tap, with yummy cakes too. It is pricey - we had a rate all paid for with breakfast but still ended up with more than £100 in extras including £3 for a small bottle of mineral water from the mini-bar. Conclusion - 5 star hotel with 5 star prices to match - but the buffet is definitely worth it !