Budapest's 1st Four Points by Sheraton Hotel Officially Inaugurated
After the summer trial, the Four Points by Sheraton Budapest Danube Hotel was officially inaugurated in Újlipótváros. This is the first unit of the Marriott International hotel chain's special brand in Budapest.
The new hotel, which opened directly on the banks of the Danube, is operated by Accent Hotel Management. With 105 guest rooms and a rooftop bar with a special panorama, the establishment adds to the tourist offer of District XIII. Most of the rooms also overlook the river and Margaret Island. Due to its location and design, hotel guests can enjoy a calm and quiet environment, but within minutes they could find themselves in the city center on foot or by public transport.
The chairman of Polat Holding, which implemented the investment, Adnan Polat personally welcomed the invited guests at the opening ceremony. In his speech, he emphasized that the Duna Pearl investment is one of the most important "jewels of the group's real estate development activities in Hungary", adding that he is particularly proud that the hotel located in the building complex is represented by such a prestigious brand as Four Points by Sheraton.
"The feedback from our guests since the opening has been remarkably positive and the hotel's occupancy is developing according to our plans," added Dávid Hegedűs, general manager of Four Points by Sheraton Budapest Danube.
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