Get “Twogether” for a Romantic Getaway at Corinthia Hotel Budapest

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Corinthia Hotel Budapest invites GCC couples to leave the world behind and focus on each other in the historic and romantic heart of Hungary with their new “Get Twogether” experience, designed specifically for couples. Guests can slip away from everyday life and enjoy a getaway to the most intriguing and memorable city in Central Europe, with a package that combines romantic experiences with the excitement of exploring the city’s historical sites, beautiful parks, shopping and vibrant contemporary art scene from one of the city’s grandest properties.

At the award-wining hotel, couples can start their romantic getaway with a private ESPA aromatherapy massage for two at the historic Royal Spa, housed in an impressive 1,000 m2 building and proudly boasting a 15m pool, jetted spa baths, 12 treatment rooms, a range of hot tub and relaxations beds and an extensive menu of treatments.

Located on the fashionable Erzsébet Boulevard, the hotel is the perfect base to explore the city’s historical and cultural sites such as the Royal Palace, the Chain Bridge, the Hungarian Parliament Building and Fisherman’s Bastion, all of which are within minutes from the property.

After a day of sight-seeing and romantic strolls, couples can retreat back to the hotel and enjoy a sumptuous candle-lit three course dinner at Brasserie & Atrium restaurant whose romantic ambiance will make guests feel like the only two in the world.

The ‘Get Twogether’ package starts from 186 EUR per night and includes.

  • Accommodation for two
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • ESPA Aromatherapy Massage for two (50 minutes)
  • Romantic candlelit 3 course set menu dinner (excluding beverages) at Brasserie & Atrium
  • Turndown services
  • Access to the Royal Spa
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
  • Valid until 23 December 2016

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