Budapest is a city of beautiful buildings and also a place where visitors can help boost their own appearance too, not least at some of the fine spa hotels there. The Corinthia Hotel Budapest is one of the very grandest spa hotels around. Delightfully restored and luxurious to the point of complete opulence, it is notable for its neo-classical facade and glass atrium. A building this fine is fully in keeping with the surroundings, as it is close to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Andrassy Avenue, as well as other notable features of central Budapest like the House of Terror Museum and many of the city’s famous spas.
The hotel’s own Royal Spa is truly exceptional, one of the best places to be pampered in the whole city. It mixes the historic and modern wonderfully, with a 15-metre pool dating from 1886, which has been fully refurbished, along with a truly 21st century range of face, body and massage treatments. These use the best ingredients and techniques from all over the world.With a 1,000 sq m facility that includes a fitness room, saunas, a steam bath and a jacuzzi, this is a wonderful place to relax and feel pampered beyond your wildest dreams.
The Royal Germaine Beauty Salon is also contained in the hotel, next to the bar. It uses the L’Oreal Method and pre-booking is advised, due to its great popularity. Of course, there is more to do at the hotel than just enjoy the spa treatments, however good they are. The dining is particularly exceptional, with a superb restaurant and fantastic choice between the fine tastes of the east at the Rickshaw Restaurant or more traditional local flavours, while the Bock Bistro offers fine Spanish tapas. The Brasserie and Atrium restaurants also offer great food, as well as a superb setting for a business meeting. With great food, a magnificent spa and an ideal location in the heart of a stunning city, a stay at the Corinthia will be a truly memorable one.