Campanile sets up in Budapest

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Published on 4 July 2022

Campanile Budapest

Louvre Hotels Group strengthens its presence in Central Europe with the opening of the very first Campanile hotel in the Hungarian market.

Louvre Hotels Group is preparing to enter the Hungarian market with the opening of a Campanile property in Budapest in late 2023. The 88-room hotel is currently under construction.

This project is made possible by the involvement of local partner Accent Hotels Louvre Hotels Group will be responsible for the market launch and operation of the hotel.

Located in the heart of the Pearl of the Danube, the new hotel with its modern design and architecture is expected to blend in perfectly with the city's historical heritage.

The interior design of the hotel is entrusted to the Polish design studio Tremend, which has developed unique concepts and flexible architectural solutions for several Campanile hotels in Poland and Germany in recent years.

The hotel will also feature social areas and a restaurant that will focus on typical Hungarian dishes prepared with fresh, local ingredients. 

Louvre Hotels Group has a strong presence in Eastern Europe and the opening of our first hotel in Hungary is another step in strengthening our leadership in this region, with a new construction project in a strategic location. [...] Campanile has a privileged place in the mid-range hotel landscape as the brand, born in France, has established itself worldwide as "the home of good times". 

Max Cergneux, Vice President of Development, Louvre Hotels Group

Louvre Hotels Group

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