LUXE Travellers will be pleased to know of the opening of the beautiful Párisi Udvar Hotel in Budapest.
The 100-year-old site, originally a glass-roofed shopping arcade, has been restored to its former glory in the form of a 126,000-square-foot hotel; a part of Hyatt's Unbound Collection.
Most of the original structure was demolished and rebuilt with a mix of Art Deco, Neo-Gothic, Moorish, and Art Nouveau details. With glass domes, turrets, tiled façade, and gargoyles, it’s sure to delight the most discerning LUXE Travellers.
Each palatial guestroom has been elegantly designed with decorations by Hungarian contemporary artist Agnes Toth, inspired by Gothic, Moorish and Oriental styles. There are 18 luxurious suites and two Royal Residencies including the spacious Budapest Residence situated at the top of the hotel, which provides LUXE Travellers with stunning views of the city and a terrace to relax and watch the sunset.
Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest offers two unique dining options, each with their own style and space. The hotel’s main restaurant, the Párisi Passage Cafe & Brasserie, serves international cuisine but also local and international wines in a cosmopolitan dining area. It features an open kitchen, allowing LUXE Travellers to interact with the chefs. The Patisserie & Café, best known for its signature dark chocolate dessert, Párisi kocka, serves hand-crafted juices, artisan coffee and traditional Hungarian pastries. In the evening, it transforms into a stylish cocktail bar.