The newly opened luxurious hotel of Mellow Mood Group – Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest – is listed among the TOP 3 hotels of the capital.
Párisi Udvar can be numerically expressed by 4.5 years of construction, as a result of which 110 guest rooms, 130 employees and a conference capacity of 160 people are available for the future clientele. Concerning the image of Budapest, Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest is a ‘great hit’ that belongs to the brand of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt. During the period of soft opening, guests are already welcomed. As turizmus.com describes, frequenters of the Hyatt hotel chain are extremely interested in the architectural treasures of the luxurious hotel.
Extreme in every aspect
As General Manager Tamás Fazekas described it, the hotel is characterised by several extreme features. By way of example, it offers the largest suite of Budapest, which can be found on the 6th floor. The 500m2 apartment includes two enormous private spa areas, a jacuzzi on the rooftop terrace, and a sauna with a panoramic view onto Gellért Hill.
Tamás Fazekas also emphasised the fact that all the catering establishments – cafeteria, restaurant and bar – will provide ’all-day dining’ services which will be available not only for in-house guests but for walk-in customers as well. Despite the fact that the luxurious hotel is not specialised in wellness, a well-equipped fitness and wellness area can also be enjoyed by the guests. Additionally, conferences can be held with a capacity of 160 people.
The hotel joined the brand of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt which started in 2016, representing exclusive hotels such as Hotel du Louvre and Great Scotland Yard. Walking around the luxurious hotel, we can ascertain that the establishment is a real WOW experience.
Zsolnay tiles on the wall, Villeroy & Boch stone on the floor, beautiful glass windows of Miksa Roth, and the amazing crystal and glass-domed passage all define the main character of the building’s public spaces, while rooms and suites are designed in a simplistic style. There are many surprising features such as the motion-sensing lights that help to find the bathroom at night, or the heated toilet seat that can be programmed by the guest.
Challenges during the renovation period
According to János Hermesz project manager, the team had to face several challenges during the renovation period. Despite their professionalism, there were many circumstances that set back work, such as leaks on the uppermost two floors, as a consequence of which they had to restart work from the basics, while glass elements of the former dome were sent for restoration. This process lasted for 1.5 years.
The edifice was built in 1817; its original form also comprised several architectural specialities such as the facade covered by 250 thousand pieces of ceramic inlay. Furthermore, a tunnel could be found under the building with a modern, circular elevator and spring water which provided its cooling system.
The hotel is a truly unique corner of Budapest, because of which it was listed among the TOP 3 most beautiful hotels of the capital. On average, one night is offered for 350-400€; in case of higher quality, this amount can increase to 500-600€; while luxurious suites on the rooftop are available at 4500-6000€/night.
The hotel is operated by Párizsi Property Ltd., pertaining to the Mellow Mood Group who are already planning the construction of a new 5* hotel in the 6th district.
Source: turizmus.com; Featured image: www.facebook.com/travellina.hu/