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Ibis Styles opens two hotels in Budapest, Hungary

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Ibis Styles, a brand of hotel operator AccorHotels and managed by Orbis Hotel Group, officially opened its first two hotels in Hungary on Tuesday, according to a press release issued yesterday.

Shown in the picture the family room of The ibis Styles Budapest Center.

The two hotels – ibis Styles Budapest Center and ibis Styles Budapest City – offer 130 rooms each, equipped with the ibis SweetBed concept, the press statement noted. The hotels are 100% smoke free and family friendly offering family rooms and kids’ corners with additional family-oriented services and deals, according to the press release. 

The ibis Styles Budapest Center is located in central Budapest, near the Keleti Railway Station and features an interior inspired by retro video games, the press statement said. The bicycle-themed hotel ibis Styles Budapest City is located on the Danube bank with a view of Castle Hill. 

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