The Radisson Blu Béke Hotel, Budapest has unveiled its brand-new communal spaces, including its stunning Zsolnay Café.
After completing several months of work, we’re excited to announce that the Radisson Blu Béke Hotel, Budapest in Hungary has recently opened its refurbished communal areas.
The 105-year-old hotel celebrated the anniversary of its iconic building with a spectacular transformation – undergoing a long-term and extensive renovation process.
In addition to the 62 executive rooms, five Junior Suites and two Executive Suites, that were completed last year, this spring brought another 33 Executive rooms, five Junior Suites and two Executive Suites. Some of them have been refitted to make them more comfortable and adaptable to the needs of people with disabilities as well.
On the ground floor (including the reception area, Zsolnay Café, and conference rooms), the communal areas have been reborn in the spirit of tradition and renewal. The satellite reception desk now features a dedicated check-in desk for Radisson Rewards members and people with disabilities
The Zsolnay Café has been opened up, offering direct access to Teréz Boulvard as a community space – including a selfie corner, inviting fireplace and open bar. However, we haven’t removed the emblematic Haranghy Dome or the eye-catching and unique cake selection.
The renovation work has also created a new Experience Center on the ground floor, featuring 450spm of Meetings & Events space, new AV technology and a new range of events equipment.
We look forward to welcoming business and leisure guests to the Radisson Blu Béke Hotel, Budapest where they can enjoy the atmosphere, have inspiring encounters and experience the unique Yes I Can! service from our team.