Marriottʼs Luxury Collection brand to launch in Budapest at Matild Palace
Özyer Group has signed an agreement with Marriott International to launch the acclaimed Luxury Collection brand in Hungary with Matild Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, according to a recent announcement made by Özyer Group.
As the first Luxury Collection Hotel in Hungary, the Matild Palace will provide the perfect setting for international travelers seeking authentic experiences and exceptional service in an intimate setting, Özyer Group expects.
Slated to open in early 2019 as the first Luxury Collection property in Hungary, the landmark hotel will occupy Matild Palace, a palatial neo-Baroque building on the gateway to the Elisabeth Bridge. Originally built between 1899 and 1902, under the patronage of Princess Clotilde of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, by Hungarian-German architect Kálmán Giergl, the Matild and its sister building, the Klotild Palace, both feature large copies of the crown of the archduke atop their twin towers.
The new hotel will feature 130 elegantly appointed rooms and suites along with multiple options for dining, including the historical Matild Café – the first in the city to open after World War II – a Sky Bar and a signature restaurant, according to the announcement.
The Luxury Collection, part of Marriott International, Inc., is comprised of world-renowned hotels and resorts offering unique, authentic experiences that evoke lasting, treasured memories.
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