Why the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest Is a Great Choice for Families

For luxury family accommodation in Budapest I strongly recommend Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest that enjoys a strategic location close to the river Danube, the Parliament building and the impressive City Opera.

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest
Photo: Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

The hotel offers from simple deluxe and superior rooms, suites for all the tastes. Of course even the simple rooms at Kempinski are greater than most rooms in other hotels! Superior and deluxe rooms have views of the street Fashion Park and Erzsebet square, and grand Deluxe rooms have a seating area and a nespresso machine. The suites have basically two separate rooms, a bedroom and a living room as well as two bathrooms. This makes it the ideal place to stay for families, business travelers as well as people who want to combine “business and pleasure”.

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest
The Nobu dining room. Photo: Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

You must dine one evening (or more!) in Nobu restaurant located in Kempinski. That is the first Nobu that opened in Central Europe. The restaurant features also a private dining room for 18 individuals. The Es Bisztro (bistro), another dinning option in Kempinski, is a modern Brasserie with innovative design where one can dine in a relaxed environment and try Hungarian and Austrian specialties. During the summer months you can dine on the terrace of the bistro that stretch up to Fashion street and where there is live music on the weekends. Kids love live music and sometimes tend to dance to its rhythm.

The hotel offers various spaces ideal for events such as weddings and corporate conferences. Its spa, where you can relax after a day at work or after the sightseeing with the family, it is the first in Hungary that offers holistic herbal treatments inspired by the four seasons that uses the healing properties of nature.

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest
Deluxe room Photo: Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

Kempinski Hotel is ideal for families as it offers a range of services especially designed for the young ones. There is a special children’s menu at the hotel’s restaurants, baby-sitting upon request, proposed activities just for kids, as well as kids’ robes, dressing gowns, and slippers as well as everything else a child might need.

Children up to 6 years old stay with their parents in the same room without extra cost, and children between the age of 6 to 12 have a 50% discount on the charge for the extra bed. For families with young children the hotel provides cot beds and extra beds for free. Finally there is buffet breakfast free for children up to 6 years old while children up to 12 years can enjoy a 50% discount.

Overall, Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest offers almost all things that a family with young kids might need while traveling abroad. Budapest is a beautiful city with imposing buildings and a long history that is definitely worth visiting at least once with your family.

About Sophia Klotsa

Sophia KlotsaSophia Klotsa has been a savvy world traveler since her early years. She has travelled to over 50 countries so far, and her goal is to reach a 100 countries by the time she is 50! She has traveled extensively as a child and then later in life for her studies and work, until she had her own family. Now she continues traveling -- that is at the same time a passion and a way of life for her -- with her family. She studied communications and psychology in the U.S. that she still practice with passion, and she started writing about luxury travel as a hobby some years ago. Her articles have been featured in many digital and print media through the years, including Conde Nast Traveler, Woman Symbol, Departure Blvd, Selides, Ladylike.gr and many others. She is working on launching her own travel blog in the next couple of months that will focus on luxury family travel. When she doesn't travel, she spends time with her family or organizes the next adventure they will have together. Follow her on Instagram.

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