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      Corinthia Grand Royal Hotel

      Star rating
      5 Star
      City Centre 

      Corinthia Grand Royal Hotel, Budapest

      Corinthia Grand Royal Hotel, Budapest

      Overview - Corinthia Grand Royal Hotel, Budapest

      Behind its distinguished facade, located in the heart of Budapest, the old Grand Hotel Royal has been transformed into the superb, modern Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal. This new hotel has become the finest in Budapest and has set a new standard in luxury five star city centre hotels. The Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal has been selected to join the list of The Most Famous Hotels In The World.


      414 rooms including 98 suites and Executive Club rooms
      All rooms have a trouser press. All bathrooms are ensuite and include hairdryer, telephone, bath with separate shower, radio, shaving socket and toiletries. Spacious, lavishly furnished, and tastefully decorated, a superior room is a place to dwell in while enjoying the most carefully chosen facilities

      Bars and Restaurants

      Le Bar
      An elegant and relaxing lounge serving light snacks. The ideal place to meet for an aperitif or an after dinner drink. Light entertainment is provided by a pianist.

      The Royal Kávéház & Conditorei
      Traditional Hungarian Pastry and Coffee House serving an extensive range of delicacies, coffees, teas and chocolates.

      he Royal Kávéház & Conditorei is situated on the right hand side of the front entrance of the hotel with direct access onto the main Boulevard and has terrace seating both on the Boulevard and in the Atrium.
      Pass by to have a light breakfast or order a cake or savoury and sweet snacks for your next party.

      Rickshaw Restaurant & Sushi Bar
      For a truly unique dining experience, the Rickshaw Far Eastern Restaurant serves authentic dishes from across the Orient in an atmosphere which complements the traditional arts and materials of the Far East. In the adjacent Sushi bar, a specialist chef creates dishes which are almost an art form, to the delight and anticipation of the watching diners.
      There is also a separate, open sushi bar for those who like to taste the latest creations of our Japanese chef

      Brasserie Royale & Atrium Restaurant
      Situated next to the main lobby with indoor and atrium seating. This lively restaurant is available throughout the day serving buffet breakfast and an á la carte menu for both lunch and dinner. Ideal for casual and business meetings.

      Facilities and Services

      Medical treatments, swimming pool, sauna, recreation and fitness program and juice bar, all of the highest quality.

      Conference and banqueting facilities for up to 2,200 delegates.

      30-room conference and exhibition centre.

      Spa facilities

      Until the Royal Spa & Wellness Center opens its gates, we offer our guests to enjoy the services of the Aphrodite Spa & Health Center of the Corinthia Aquincum Hotel.

      Royal Spa & Wellness Center
      The reborn of the "Royal legend" will be fulfilled beginning of 2006 when the Royal Spa & Wellness Center opens its gates and will provide guests and members with a new experience of relaxation, combining the historical bath with nowadays wellness needs.

      The history of the Royal’s Spa

      The spa was planned and built by the architect Vilmos Freund in 1886-88. At that time it contained steam baths, wave and shower baths, electric baths, pneumatic chamber and a medical room with cold water. Contemporary journalists were fascinated by the spa’s appearance. In 1903 direct access was created for hotel guests. After the First World War, Freund was declared bankrupt and his heirs sold the spa in 1923 to the Royal Nagyszálló Rt. The spa operated until 1944 but from that time it has been closed. The abandoned, obsolete spa was rediscovered in 1983 and, according to the original documents, there were plans to use the spa area for parking facilities. Thankfully, János Dianóczki, who was in charge of planning the multi-storey car park, turned down the proposal. The media and the public supported him and his decision made it possible to restore the spa today.