The 5-star Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is certainly one of the most exclusive addresses in Budapest’s city centre. After the completed renovation of the public area and the hotel rooms in 2012, Appia was awarded the follow-up contract for the FF&E package of the suites in 2017. In three construction phases, hotel suites on three floors were renovated and exclusively furnished during ongoing operations.
With a spectacular view of the Ferris wheel in the “Erzsébet tér” park, the Presidential Suite promises a luxurious stay for business travellers and holidaymakers in the centre of Budapest. In addition to a spacious living area, the amenities of the hotel suite include a separable dining area with a fully equipped kitchen. Appia has furnished the suite to a high standard, based on the interior designs of Pablo Stutz London. Warm taupe and orange tones in upholstered furniture, carpets and curtains harmonise with the dignified marble and parquet floors. Next to the spacious master bedroom is the bathroom with freestanding bathtub, double vanity and dressing table. A walk-in wardrobe forms the passage to the entrance hall. The suite offers space for up to 5 guests.
The Herend Suite on the 8th floor of the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is dedicated to the famous Hungarian porcelain manufactory “Herend”. In the entrance and living area of the suite, an extraordinary carpet with a large-scale pattern recalls the floral details of the hand-painted porcelain. A showcase in the rotunda displays some of the precious unique pieces. The sleeping area with dressing room was designed by the hotel outfitter APPIA with fine parquet flooring. The 124 m² hotel suite also has a spacious bathroom area and an additional guest toilet.
The design of this suite is based on the philosophy of the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus: style, elegance & harmony. The interior design department of Appia Contract GmbH defined noble materials such as dark Wengen wood, brass, high-quality fabrics and Calacatta marble. Selected existing furniture was reconditioned by hand in the Appia furniture manufactory. The use of warm colours on walls, floors and decorative fabrics conveys cosiness. Simple walls are designed to accommodate artwork from the Kempinski Hotel’s collection. The artwork is atmospherically set off by coffered ceilings with surrounding light bands. A special highlight of this suite is the sleeping area in the rotunda with a view of the Gellértberg. The 117 m² exclusive hotel suite can be extended with a Junior Suite and a Grand Deluxe Room to a total area of 200 m².
In the Executive Suites of the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, guests can expect a spacious bathroom, some with a separate guest bathroom, in addition to a sleeping area and living area on around 60 m². The hotel rooms were completely renovated by APPIA. In the course of this, the room layout was planned individually for each suite. Sometimes the bed headboard acts as a room divider, sometimes the bed is highlighted by a suspended ceiling with all-round LED lighting. All the built-in furniture was made of high-quality walnut wood. For the loose furniture, Appia opted for light colours that radiate cosiness.
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