Budapest, Hungary

Venue and Accommodation

The Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

Erzsébet tér 7-8, 1051 Budapest, Hungary
www.kempinski.com/en/budapest/hotel-corvinus

The 3rd CSO 360 Congress 2019 will be hosted at the luxurious Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, located in Downtown Budapest, just a short walk away from the Danube River and all of the city’s main attractions. The grand deluxe rooms and suites are designed by British designer Alex Kravetz, while the suites feature some of the original artwork from the Corvinus Collection of Hungarian contemporary art. The Kempinski also offers a fantastic spa as well as multiple restaurants and bars within its facilities. 

The Kempinski, Budapest  

The Kempinski offers 351 elegant rooms, including 35 chic suites with spacious bathrooms and free Wi-Fi. The interior of the rooms has been refreshed to optimise the classic luxury of enhanced space. 

Discounted accommodation at The Kempinski, Budapest   

Pulse Conferences can offer discounted accommodation for attendees of the 3rd CSO 360 Congress at the Kempinski. The discounted price for a single room if booked before 25 September is EUR 179/ £160 per night inclusive breakfast and EUR 189/ £170 if booked after this date.

Conference venue

The Kempinski provides exceptional meeting facilities in the heart of Budapest. Recently renovated and reconstructed, the conference and meeting facilities are nestled on the second level, as an organic continuation of the stylish lobby level with style and luxury arrangement with solutions for up to 450 guests. The 3rd CSO 360 Congress will be hosted in the Grand Room featuring a spectacular new portal, consistent with the bespoke design elements of the Ground Floor Promenade wrapped in Alacantara wall cladding and timber wall panels, which also minimise noise levels and cleverly conceal service doors and room dividers. 

Location

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest
Erzsébet tér 7-8, 1051 Budapest, Hungary

Perfectly located in the very heart of Budapest and close to the financial district and all the city’s major attractions. The Kempinski is easily accessible by car, train, boat and plane.


Directions fro
m Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD)

By taxi
The airport’s official taxi partner is Főtaxi. Head out of the Arrivals Hall and register your destination address at their branded booth. All Budapest cabs must use a meter, and the tariffs are regulated. Depending on traffic, the transfer to Kempinski Corvinus costs approximately HUF 8,000 (about EUR 27) the journey will take approximately 30-40 min. You may take any other pre-ordered taxi from the platform over the Főtaxi lane. 

By Train
Please take the train-line 100E from Liszt Ferenc Airport 2 to Deák Ferenc tér M (3 stops), this journey will take approximately 35 minutes. Once at Deák Ferenc tér station it is a 4 min walk to the Kempinski Hotel. Please find walking directions from the train station to the hotel below:

  1. Walk north-west on Károly krt. towards Bárczy István u.
  2. Turn left onto Deák Ferenc tér,
  3. Continue onto Erzsébet tér . The Kempinski will then be on the left

Arrival by car – on the Highway from West, Northwest, Southwest

Arriving from Vienna/Bratislava/Prague/Zagreb on the M1/M7 highways, take the direction of Erzsébet híd (bridge). After crossing the river, take the first exit to get off the bridge with a small U-turn. Take the first street on the right and immediately turn right again in the direction of the Danube on the embankment side. Drive along under Erzsébet híd (bridge) until the second set of traffic lights, stay in the right lane and before Lánchíd (Chain Bridge), turn right again to cross the tram rails onto Széchenyi tér. Proceed along József Attila utca (street) to Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út (street), drive around Erzsébet tér (square), turning right twice, and after the traffic lights, you’ll arrive at Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest, which is the second building on your left and opposite the park.

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