Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, Budapest, Hungary

József Finta
Date Built
Erzsébet Square
The Kempinski Hotel Corvinus occupies a site across from Erzsébet Square in the centre of Budapest.  It features 207 superior double rooms, 119 delux double rooms, 31 suites, 1 presidential suite and 1 royal suite, in addition to the other facilities you might expect in luxury hotel. 

This post-modern building was designed by the Hungarian architects Jozsef Finta and Antal Puhl.  The name derives from Matthias Corvinus of Hungary, who ruled the country in the late 15th century. The EIBTM website, reflecting on the hotel's 20 years of tradition, says of it that the, "   ... landmark building brought a bold modernity to Erzsébet tér. Aware and respectful of historical Pest, the Hotel’s expansive glass panes reflect the heritage buildings surrounding it on all sides. Outside, it re-defined the heart of the city; inside it re-interpreted the hotel business as it was then known."