The Grand Hotel Corvinus Kempinski Budapest was the first luxury hotel to be built to Western European standards after the fall of the Iron Curtain. The property was acquired in a joint venture with the Hungarian government and became the site of an eclectic, postmodern building in the heart of Budapest, designed by well-known Hungarian architect Josef Finta. Prior to the founding of HP Developments, members of its current staff were responsible for the project’s development and management.
- Architects: Josef Finta, Antal Puhl
- Interior designers: Living Design S.A
Credits: Altstadtbau Planungs- und Ingenieurgesellschaft, Ronald Hetzke