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Hungary’s capital is ranked as the second fastest developing urban economy in Europe, boasting strengths in commerce and finance – and with over 40 colleges and universities to its name – research and education. Over 4 million tourists visit Budapest yearly, catered for with world-class accommodation, excellent tourist attractions and conference venues.
Budapest is located near to the Slovakian border in the Mid-north of Hungary, and is divided by the Danube river, which separates the Buda side from Pest side. With over 60 notable museums across the city, it is clear that Budapest offers a rich history spanning the Celts, Romans and Turks, influences from whom can be seen across the city today.
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With an ICCA ranking in the top 20 cities, Budapest offers a great range of accommodation and business venues for any size of event. With a total event space of over 10 000 sq ft, the Aria Hotel Budapest by Library Hotel can house the grandest of events, as can the Four Seasons Hotel Gesham Palace Budapest. The Prestige Hotel Budapest and Hotel Parlament offer 65 and 85 rooms respectively, with luxury as standard in both, whilst the centrally located Hotel Nemzeti Budapest – MGallery by Sofitel offers excellent value as a 4 star hotel as does the Park Inn by Radisson Budapest. The Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest is superbly located for transport links with three of the city’s four metro lines nearby, as is the Hilton Budapest, with the funicular railway only a few minutes’ walk away. The Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge has a bus and tram stop directly outside the lobby and the NH Budapest City is located in the business district, right next to the main train and subway station. The Hotel Belvedere Budapest and Novotel Budapest Danube boast excellent reviews for service and gastronomy and are also well located. The InterContinental Budapest with its luxury corporate feel is ideal for any event, and for a more ‘hip’ atmosphere, the Asian themed Buddha-Bar Hotel Budapest Klotild Palace is a superb venue.
Maybe you’ve chosen the Novotel Belvedere Budapest and want to check transport links to the Hungarian State Opera? Or perhaps you can’t decide between Tabán or somewhere in the vicinity of Danube Promenade? Looking for a hotel venue in the centre of Budapest which can take up to 600 people? Many hotels in Budapest offer pool, fitness or spa facilities, with valet parking and a concierge service, adding a touch of luxury to your corporate event.
There are 23 districts in Hungary’s capital city, including 3 islands. Pest is situated on the East bank of the Danube and is a flat area, ideal for getting around by bike with around 200km of bike routes. Buda, on the West Bank of the river, has hilly terrain and contains Buda castle, having been the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Hungary. Seeming at first a rather plain residential area, Óbuda offers many hidden gems with Roman remains and Baroque buildings.
The Castle District boasts an abundance of towers, churches and castles to explore, whilst Tabán, with its reputation as the entertainment district of the 1900’s, stands as a popular concert location, with the neighbouring cinema area of Krisztinaváros closeby. Southern Víziváros, or Watertown, is a narrow neighbourhood, historically a mariner and artisan residential area with its Northern counterpart, the oldest part of the district. Towards the city centre of Budapest, you will find Rózsadomb with its luxurious residential areas, within easy reach of the bustling district of Hűvösvölgy. The upper part of Terézváros is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its major square, Oktogon a must-see; Óbuda-Aquincum is part of an ancient settlement and important area in Budapest’s history, and whether you support Újpest or Ferencváros, these districts sport two of the main local football clubs of the same names and can offer a great day out. Make your way to Downtown Budapest, where you will find great entertainment with many bars, pubs and nightclubs. Erzsébetváros is considered amongst the best locations for hotels, restaurants and sight-seeing, with Terézváros known as the cosmopolitan area of Budapest.
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Travelling around Budapest is a pleasurable experience, with great transport links. across the city. Arriving into Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) there are immediate connections to the various city districts from Budapest Keleti railway station, and for more local travel, Budapest has an excellent Bus, Trolley Bus and Metro system. If it’s late at night, or you’re looking to get into more remote parts of the city, there is an abundance of Yellow Sreetcars to take you to your destination.
Budapest is in itself, a celebration of culture, history and commerce, so where better to celebrate your own corporate anniversary, Christmas banquet or sales launch! Perhaps you are considering holding your event in centre of Budapest, but wonder if the facilities available at the Ritz-Carlton Budapest or the Mercure Budapest City Centre are more suited to your event? Alternatively, you may be caught between the Hotel Parlament and the Prestige Hotel Budapest. Perhaps you have settled on a venue in Erzsébetváros, but can’t choose between the Novotel Budapest Centrum and the Corinthia Hotel Budapest?
Most hotels – even in the 2 star and 3 star range, are equipped with a breakfast/lunch room and a restaurant to enable you to stay and dine in the evening with guests after your event. However, if you’re looking for something more, you will find that many of the 4 star and 5 star range of conference hotels have open spaces such as roof terraces, gardens or private areas to relax in. Many of the first-class hotels in Budapest also provide a range of deluxe rooms, superior rooms, club rooms, junior suites, executive suites and presidential suites.
You’ll find key hotel meeting room information at a glance on our site. When making your free enquiry to find a conference hotel in Budapest, simply enter the number of nights and guests who will be staying to ensure that the hotel can provide you with a selection of the most suitable hotels. It is also good to know in advance your desired conference room seating arrangement (parliamentary, cinema seating, block form, U-shape) as some seating arrangements will affect the maximum capacity of each room available.
Whatever your equipment needs, most business hotels will have electric screens, free W-LAN, sound systems and podia (lecterns) with any other equipment bookable in advance. Our local partners can plan your event with you from decor and table arrangements right down to flip charts and stationery. Budapest’s hotels also offer superb catering packages, with a huge variety of beverage and lunch options, from coffee breaks with snacks to fruit and pastries in the morning and/or afternoon, lunch and dinner. Lunch and evening meal options vary between buffet service, plate service, 2-course, 3-course, 4-course or gala menu.
The city of Budapest has much to offer to entertain your event attendees; with Buda Castle, and the Gellért Baths as must-see attractions, a vibrant nightlife, cool rooftop bars and great restaurant scene. There are many notable architectural sites, such as the Hungarian Parliament Building, Vajdahunyad Castle and the Hungarian National Gallery or take your delegates for a day out and explore the City Park, Castle Hill or the Danube Promenade. As a must do, take your guests to the Great Market Hall, or the diversity of shops on Váci Street, a pedestrian street filled with embroidery, crafts and wines and traditional Hungarian delicacies.
The city of Budapest offers many superb restaurants, amongst them Borkonyha Winekitchen for a fusion of French Bistro style food and Hungarian cuisine, and the Zeller Bistro for a warm and friendly atmosphere with excellent cuisine. Nightlife in Budapest is well-known for its diverse range of entertainment; try Doboz for a trendy club with a grill-bar offering everything from quesadillas to hamburgers; the A38 is a concert hall, cultural centre and restaurant which will keep your guests entertained all evening. Hungary’s capital also holds a number of Trade Fairs, such as AGRO + MASHEXPO – agricultural exhibition, Budapest Boat Show and Construma, the annual Trade Fair for builders. The well attended RENEO – renewable energies Trade Fair – is also held here.
For such a vibrant city, it will be little surprise that there are also many festivals and annual events held across the city of Budapest, among them, the Sziget Music Festival, Budapest International Wine Festival and Craft Beer Festival, as well as the Jewish Cultural Festival and Budapest Pride.
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