Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest has opened in the Hungarian capital as part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt. The luxury property features 110 rooms and suites and is positioned on Ferenciek Square, between the Danube River and the city centre.
Once home to Budapest’s most fashionable shops and cafés, the one-of-a-kind building has continuously evolved; from the shopping destination inspired by the Parisian ‘Passages des Panoramas’ that gave the hotel its name, to Budapest’s Central Savings Bank in 1906. It has now been transformed into a palatial hotel, offering a novel, story-worthy experience and sense of place in the heart of Budapest.
Each of the 110 palatial Art Nouveau guestrooms have been designed with decorations by Hungarian contemporary artist Agnes Toth, inspired by Gothic, Moorish and Oriental traditions.
There are 18 luxurious suites and two Royal Residencies, including the spacious Budapest Residence situated at the top of the hotel, which provides guests with stunning views of the city and a terrace to relax and watch the sunset from.
Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest is the fourth property to open in Europe as part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt. It joins Hôtel Martinez in Cannes; Nish Palas in Istanbul, Turkey; Hotel du Louvre in Paris and Hotel SOFIA Barcelona in Spain.