27 JULY 2020

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Article from BTNews 27 JULY 2020

Budapest hotel opening

Confidence in the post Covid-19 times has been shown by the opening of the Ramada by Wyndham Budapest City Center (Hungary).

The new hotel is situated in an outstanding location in the heart of Budapest’s city centre, a historic and UNESCO-protected area with many iconic attractions including the Buda Castle with the Fisherman’s Bastion, St Stephen’s Basilica, the Synagogue, the Danube River, as well as the Hungarian Parliament Building.

Set in a 1905 renovated building, the hotel offers guests 52 stylish guest rooms and a rooftop restaurant and bar with spectacular views of Budapest’s skyline. Situated just 21km from Budapest Airport and within easy reach of public transportation, the hotel is easily accessible for travellers looking to sample the best that the city has to offer.
 
Christian Michel, Vice President for Development in Europe, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, said: “With a thriving social scene, historical attractions and impressive architecture, it is no surprise that Budapest has become an attractive destination for any type of traveller. This new opening underpins our commitment to further grow our European portfolio and we are thrilled to add Hungary to our growing list of over 60 countries worldwide where Ramada by Wyndham can be found.”

www.wyndhamhotels.com/en-uk/ramada/budapest-hungary/ramada-budapest-hu/overview

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