Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Bp Celebrates 30th Anniversary
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest Art Collection Suite
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest commemorated its 30th birthday in the Hungarian capital in September with several special events. To celebrate the occasion, the hotel will offer a special package to guests until December 29, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The first purpose-built joint-venture five-star hotel in the city after the fall of communism welcomed its first guests on September 11, 1992.
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest is well known for its unique, professionally curated Corvinus Art Collection, which also appears in the recently published “Storytelling Suites”. The hotel invited five leading Hungarian writers to spend a night in the Art Collection Suites and write a short story inspired by the suites and the works of art there. The resulting booklet is not only a testament to the hotel’s continued dynamic commitment to the local art scene but will also allow guests and partners to relate to and appreciate the fabric of Budapest and Kempinski Corvinus’ part in it in an inspired way.
The hotel invites travelers around the world to join the celebrations by booking the “30 Years Kempinski Budapest Anniversary Package”, which includes a lavish buffet breakfast at ÉS Bisztró, an anniversary cocktail specially crafted for the occasion, and a sweet treat served at The Living Room, as well as parking in the underground garage, access to Kempinski The Spa and a 25% discount on fully flexible rates when staying a minimum of three nights or more. The Anniversary Package is valid until December 29.
The Kempinski Corvinus Budapest team marked the exact date of the hotel’s anniversary on September 11 with a sparkling brunch outside Budapest.
Notably, 10 of the property's employees have been working at the hotel since its opening. The management and the board members of the hotel honored the dedication of these long-service staff members on September 29 with a festive lunch. Their loyalty was acknowledged with a travel pass redeemable at one of the European Kempinski hotels, including travel costs.
To thank hotel partners, the hotel held an anniversary party on September 29, showcasing 30 years of culture and gastronomy. The guests were surprised by a copy of the “Storytelling Suites” publication.
“I have managed this wonderful hotel for 15 years out of the past 30 years of its operation. Budapest, which is my second home by now, became a cosmopolitan metropolis before my eyes. In 1997, when I arrived for the first time, the city was very different, and today, Budapest surpasses several famous capitals in many aspects. I would like to thank all those who have accompanied and supported us over the years: our owners, Kempinski Hotels, partners, guests, colleagues, and friends,” said Stephan Interthal, general manager of the hotel.
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