Notas de Prensa de IBEROSTAR Hoteles & Resorts
Iberostar ARRIVES IN HUNGARY WITH THE OPENING OF A NEW LUXURIOUS HOTEL IN BUDAPEST
Iberostar Hotels & Resorts arrived in Hungary with the opening of a new adults only hotel in Budapest, "the Pearl of the Danube", which is visited by more than five million tourists every year. The Iberostar Grand Hotel Budapest, was developed as an exclusive and private space in the heart of the Hungarian capital. Guests will be offered the high service expected from an Iberostar hotel whilst relaxing in the luxurious environment of the hotel and its picturesque surroundings.
City travellers or people on business will enjoy this boutique hotel, part of Iberostar's The Grand Collection, which includes all the Grand Luxury five-star qualities of this hotel chain. The project forms part of Iberostar's plans to consolidate and expand internationally, in line with its policy of excellence, quality and commitment to a service adapted to the needs of each client in the main tourist destinations around the world.
Just a few minutes walking distance from the banks of the Danube River, the hotel is located in the historical area of Pest in front of the lovely centric Liberty Square, an exclusive area of important buildings, including the Hungarian Parliament.
The elegant Iberostar Grand Budapest blends a classic exterior architecture with a modern interior. The luxurious five-star establishment has 50 modern rooms and suites (3 Junior Suites, 20 Standard rooms, 9 Executive rooms, 15 Deluxe rooms and 3 Economy rooms). Divided across five floors each room is equipped with a mini-bar, coffee and tea pot, pillow menu, 24-hour room service and an iPod Dock Station, amongst other services and amenities. The Spanish gourmet restaurant, the bar and the meeting hall are all equipped with the latest technology for its business clients. The wellness & spa centre offers its guest a variety of treatments and facilities for its guests including; a spa, sauna, jacuzzi, massage halls and Turkish baths, all designed to encourage rest and relaxation.
For Luis Herault, Chief Marketing Officer for Iberostar, said: "With this new opening, Iberostar upholds its commitment to specialize and differentiate products to attend to and meet the demands and needs of all of our clients. As a result the Iberostar Grand Budapest will open as a boutique hotel combining business and wellbeing, gastronomy and of course, offering our guests the opportunity to explore the beautiful city of Budapest in a setting of classic luxury and sophistication."