Le Meridien to be re-branded as The Ritz-Carlton

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Le Meridien, a luxury hotel in the central Budapest, will soon be renamed The Ritz-Carlton, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company said in a statement after signing an agreement with the hotel’s proprietor, the UAE-based Al Habtoor Group, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

From early 2016, the hotel will undergo an extensive renovation that is expected to be completed in the second quarter. "We are delighted to be partnering with the Ritz-Carlton for such an exquisite property to build on our unique portfolio of hotels," said Al Habtoor Group CEO Mohammed Al Habtoor. "We look forward to welcoming guests to experience the renewed property in early 2016," he added.

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