Belgian Hospitality
The Three Corners Spedial Edition February 2013
Hotel Art*** Superior in Budapest
The Three Corners steps into Europe
The Three Corners officially opened its first city address with Hotel Art, a 3-star Superior property set in the cultural and commercial heart of Budapest. Hotel Art is the latest addition to The Three Corners, a family-owned Belgian hotel management company and one of the leading hotel groups in Egypt. Founded in 1987, The Three Corners operates eleven hotel and resort properties along the Egyptian Red Sea Coast.
"We're excited to launch The Three Corners Europe with the company's first urban address here in the heart of Budapest," said CEO Didier Lambrecht. "Hotel Art will offer guests the fine elements of Hungarian hospitality, along with a striking location."
"The Three Corners is entering an exciting period in its history, with the opening of Hotel Art, as plans move forward to increase our portfolio of city hotels over the next few years," he completed. "The Hotel Art will reinforce the brand's strong reputation of providing top service at its tasteful, welldesigned properties located in key cities in Europe."
"We are delighted to open as a The Three Corners hotel and invite guests to come and experience great service, comfort and style right near the leading attractions," said Jo Gowie, Director Hotel & Project Development by The Three Corners Europe. "With an exciting offer and excellent location, we expect Hotel Art to set a new benchmark in Budapest and to implement our The Three Corners slogan: a touch of Belgian Hospitality. As a part of the powerful The Three Corners network, we can connect with even more travelers through our Welcome Guest program."
Heart of the city
The location of Hotel Art in the vibrant neighborhood of Váci utca (Váci Street) is one of its many attributes. The shopping, cultural and commercial heart of the city is surrounded by hip bars, restaurants and as well as diverse shops and galleries, and places hotel guests right at the center of life in Budapest. The famed banks of the River Danube and several major historic sites such as the Great Market Hall, the Royal Palace, the Mathias Church and the Fisherman Bastion, St. Stephen's Basilica and the Houses of Parliament and the Gellért Bath are all within easy reach.
The hotel has been built in 1994 and was previously a meeting place for famous local artists. The architects responsible for its recent renovation were presented with the "ProArchitectura" award following its completion.
Modern facilities
The hotel welcomes you within its historical walls with 32 rooms and modern facilities as well as a brasserie style restaurant serving a French-inspired international cuisine.
The spacious guest rooms are designed to the international standards and tastefully dressed and furnished. All accommodations feature contemporary in-room technologies, including a flat screen television and free wireless internet access. All the guest rooms feature bathrooms with separate showers.
There are four room types available equipped with all the necessary comfort to make your stay even more enjoyable: single room, double room, family double room and a suite.
Culinary concepts
Hotel Art offers a restaurant and a bar area serving the culinary concepts by The Three Corners. The La Perle Restaurant serves an assortment of French and Hungarian dishes in a relaxed setting.
La Perle also has a street entrance that will draw local residents and hotel guests alike.
Other key features include outdoor seating, an extensive wine selection and weekly seasonal specialties.
Ideal for smaller meetings and events of all sizes, Hotel Art has two conference rooms: Balaton and Tower.
The maximum capacity of the Balaton Conference Room is 30 people. The room has natural lighting and is equipped with air-conditioning and includes the highest standards in audio/visual infrastructure, sound isolation and amenities to offer the perfect venue for conferences and business meetings.
The Tower Meeting Room is suitable for at least 8 persons and also has natural lighting and features all the necessary technical equipment while on-staff service personnel is both knowledgeable and flexible with regards to meeting client needs.
"With genuine service, classic style and great rates, Hotel Art gives travelers everything they need to be comfortable while away from home", concludes Jo Gowie. "The Three Corners continues to meet the needs of business and leisure travelers alike all around the world."
For more information please go to our website:
or contact Mr. Jo Gowie or Mrs. Katalin Sinkovics
Hotel Art *** superior
H-1053 Budapest, Királyi Pál utca 12.
Tel.: +36 1 2662166
Fax: +36 1 2662170
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