4 Nights at The Corinthia Hotel Budapest Plus Airfare
Experience the magic of the hotel which is believed to be the inspiration behind Wes Anderson’s film, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," while enjoying a 4-night stay in an Executive Room with access to the Royal Spa and Executive Club included at the majestic five star Corinthia Hotel Budapest. Plus, enjoy luxury airfare provided by American Airlines.
First opened in 1896 as the Grand Hotel Royal, Corinthia Hotel Budapest remains one of the grandest and historic hotels in the city. This impressive landmark, with an imposing Neo-classical façade and soaring six-story glass atrium, was meticulously refurbished and renovated in 2003, following its acquisition by Corinthia Hotels. The Corinthia Hotel Budapest, with 438 luxurious rooms including 31 suites and 26 apartments, remains one of Budapest’s grandest stays, where rich history blends seamlessly with state-of-the-art features, such as an original 19th century spa, elegant eateries, two bars and more!
Royal Spa’s crowing centerpiece is a recently-refurbished 15 metre swimming pool, originally opened in 1886. The spacious 1,000m² facility also boasts a dedicated fitness room, saunas, steam bath, Jacuzzi and relaxation areas. Additionally, Executive guests with access to the club will enjoy private check-in and check-out, breakfast, fine Hungarian wines, a wide range of spirits, non-alcoholic beverages, snacks, tea, coffee and refreshments throughout the day.
Please note: The Corinthia Hotel Budapest gift certificate is valid until February 5, 2020, for 4-Nights, blackout dates and restrictions apply.
Estimated Value: $9,000
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