Up Hotel Budapest will open its doors on September 1st in the city centre, close to Oktogon Square.
Hungarian tourism is on the road to recovery. Dozens of summer programmes all over the country, as well as the opening of some new hotels, also suggest the same.
At the end of July, DNH attended the opening ceremony of the Crowne Plaza Budapest Hotel, next to Nyugati Railway Station. In just a week, another beautiful and stylish hotel will start its journey in the Hungarian capital, at an equally frequented and popular location.
Up Hotel Budapest’s motto, “Being smart is always a good idea”, is reflected in every detail. The 157-room brand-new hotel is ready to welcome everyone with its genuine yet smart hospitality.
“Working on a technology-enhanced hotel concept, we aimed to create contemporary spaces completed with the hottest electronic devices and services shaped by your ever-changing needs and interests,”
highlights the management on their website.
Their modern electronic solutions and smart devices will make procedures much faster and easier.
The hotel’s own application makes check-in and check-out possible, while your smartphone will also act as your room key.
The appliances in every hotel room, like heating or AC, are controlled from a tablet. The device also enables guests to contact the Front Desk or make local phone calls.
The building, which gives a home to the hotel, has historical importance in the Hungarian industry. It belonged to industrialist Károly Lajos Posner and functioned as a printing house. Thus, conserving the original building, especially the ferroconcrete structure built in the 19th century as a top technological development, was an important aspect.
The renovated and extended hotel building has the old walls with a twist of modernisation that converted the industrial presence into a modern appearance fitting the new living space.
The rooms and the common areas reflect modernity and practicality. The wide choice of room categories, varying from the Mini Smart to suites with a balcony, enables families, friends, and businesspeople to find the best solution.
A smaller gym, a sauna island, and a sun-bathing terrace are included in the room prices.
The restaurant and the bar of the hotel are operated by BRKLYN, a well-known player in Budapest gastronomy.
You can find two conference rooms on the ground floor. As turizmus.com writes, further plans include a bar on the top of the hotel which could become one of the biggest rooftop bars of the capital.
Source: turizmus.com, uphotelbudapest.com