• Client: Altstadtbau Planungs- und Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH
  • Location: Budapest
  • Completed: 1992
  • Use: Hotel, 335 rooms and suites, food services, event venues
  • Services: General contractor (Altstadtbau Planungs- und Ingenieurgesellschaft)

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

Postmodern architecture in the heart of Budapest

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.

Consultants:

  • Architects: Josef Finta, Antal Puhl
  • Interior designers: Living Design S.A

Credits: Altstadtbau Planungs- und Ingenieurgesellschaft, Ronald Hetzke

  • Client: Altstadtbau Planungs- und Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH
  • Location: Budapest
  • Completed: 1992
  • Use: Hotel, 335 rooms and suites, food services, event venues
  • Services: General contractor (Altstadtbau Planungs- und Ingenieurgesellschaft)