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Welcome to the Matild Palace in Budapest

Welcome to the Matild Palace in Budapest

The Marriott International hotel group inaugurated the Palais Matild in Budapest. Immersion in the first Hungarian establishment of its Luxury Collection Hotels and Resorts line.


Built 120 years ago, the Matild Palace is owned by the Ozyer Group. The site is a Unesco heritage site and opens its doors after a five-year renovation by Hungarian architects Peter Dajka and Puhl Antal, as well as interior designer Maria Vafiadis.



With 111 rooms and 19 suites, rates for a night at Budapest’s Matild Palace start at 450 euros, including breakfast. Most of the rooms offer a view of the Danube, and some even offer a connecting room system for families.



The Maria Klotid Royal Suite, named after the original developer of the Matild Palace, is an exact replica of her private suite. Maria Klotid originally designed this space to serve as the city’s social center.


The Crown Tower Suite, spread over three floors, also occupies the top floor of the Matild Palace. The suite also features a 157-foot tower that offers a 360-degree view of Budapest.



Many amenities are included in this luxury palace, located in the heart of Budapest. The Swan Spa, equipped with Espa products, takes on the Hungarian wellness secrets with thermal therapy and a steam room area. A sports center and spaces reserved for meetings and events.

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As for the catering services, they will be supervised by Wolfgang Puck. The hotel will host its own restaurant, Spago, which will open for the first time in Hungary and will prepare revisited Hungarian specialties. A bar will open next month on the roof of the Duchess, while the Matild Cafe and Cabaret will open in September.




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