Danubius Hotel Gellért to reopen in June

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Danubius Hotel Gellért is set to reopen on June 14, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

In cooperation with Gellért Spa, the hotel will offer joint package deals and flexible cancellation options.

The Gellért Brasserie opened its doors before the hotel, as it hosts the "Serfőző Biergarten" beer festival from which began yesterday and will end on June 6.

"Besides its iconic setting and unique spa, Danubius Hotel Gellért has always been renowned for its programs and festivals. The hotel was also in high demand during the summer season 2020. Based on last summer's positive experience, we expect that the reputation of the hotel and the accessibility of the spa will be a major attraction for domestic travelers again this year. We are confident of the opening of borders and the interest in international sporting events, so we expect international demand to pick up as well," said Judit Liptai, sales and marketing director of Danubius Hotels.

Among Danubius Hotels' city hotels, Danubius Hotel Rába in Győr, Danubius Hotel Helia in Budapest, and Radisson Blu Béke are already welcoming guests. Danubius Hotel Erzsébet in the city center and the Ensana Thermal Margaret Island also opened up on June 1. Hilton Budapest, located in the World Heritage-listed Buda Castle district will open on June 14.

The hotels already open in the countryside are the Danubius Hotel Bük in Győr and the Danubius Hotel Marina in Balatonfüred, as well as the Ensana Thermal Hévíz and Ensana Thermal Sárvár.

Further hotel openings are also planned in the countryside this month: from June 10, Danubius Hotel Annabella in Balatonfüred and from June 18, Ensana Thermal Aqua in Hévíz will also be open for guests.

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