Two ibis Styles hotels to open in Hungary
The Orbis Hotel Group, which has taken over the AccorHotels brand in Central and Eastern Europe, including 17 hotels in Hungary, is set to open two ibis Styles hotels in Budapest in April, according to a press release issued by the company today.
The design for the bike-themed ibis Styles Budapest City hotel.
Mercure Budapest Metropol will be completely renovated to become ibis Styles Budapest Center, with 130 rooms featuring retro computer games, street art and contemporary installations, according to the release. The Mercure Budapest Duna Hotel will also be renovated and transformed into ibis Styles Budapest City centered around a bike theme, the statement said.
“Hungary is a very promising market with great potential, one of the key markets in the region and an important element of our development strategy. With the arrival of ibis Styles, a dynamic and well-known international hotel brand to Hungary we are aiming to bring innovation and a new hotel experience to guests, offering unique design and atmosphere, a relaxed, friendly service and welcome, where guest can feel the conviviality and the local touch of the city,” said Gilles Clavie, president and CEO of Orbis Hotel Group.
The ibis Styles hotels are being marketed as an affordable brand with all-inclusive packages. These hotels are located in city centers around Central and Eastern Europe, and each has its own design that reflects the colorful, bright and energetic brand spirit, according to the statement. The brand’s network boasts 283 hotels in 25 countries.
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