Crowne Plaza, the business brand of the IHG Group, has opened its first hotel in Budapest. To make its entry into Hungary, the upscale brand has found a location in the heart of the Hungarian capital, in the former Hilton Budapest West End. Renovated for the occasion, the hotel is part of a complex adjacent to the new Westend shopping centre, which can be reached directly from the hotel, as well as the Nyugati railway station, built at the end of the 19th century by Gustave Eiffel’s company and now linked by train to the international airport.

Located in the Pest district and not far from the main sights, the hotel is a great place to stay…

Crowne Plaza, the business-focused brand of the IHG Group, has opened its first property in Budapest. To make its entry into Hungary, the upscale brand has found a location in the heart of the Hungarian capital, in the former Hilton Budapest West End. Renovated for the occasion, the hotel is part of a complex adjacent to the new Westend shopping centre, which can be reached directly from the hotel, as well as the Nyugati railway station, built at the end of the 19th century by Gustave Eiffel’s company and now linked by train to the international airport.

Located in the Pest district and not far from the main business areas of the Hungarian capital, the hotel offers travellers 230 rooms and suites furnished with a desk, a sofa and a comfortable bed. In keeping with the brand’s evolution and new concept of contemporary design and multi-functional common areas to relax and work, the Crowne Plaza Budapest has a Plaza Workspace where visiting professionals and local guests can sit down to work solo or meet. Those who will find several dining options in the hotel lobby, including the Axis Café and Lounge restaurant, pending the opening of a rooftop restaurant called Cult in early 2022.

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Hotel guests no longer need to feel isolated in their rooms or confined to a business center to be productive, and locals no longer need to hesitate to enter a hotel lobby to get a coffee and send emails for fear of being asked for their room number,” said Maurice Janssen, general manager of the hotel. In addition to these possibilities dedicated to mobile work, the hotel also has a MICE space composed of 13 meeting rooms and event spaces as well as a Club Lounge with a private terrace overlooking the city.