check-out & during your stay



  • Have your passport or ID card ready and fill in the registration form.
  • Payment procedure if having pending payment for accommodation and/or city tax

We go together

  • We escort you to your apartment and/or parking spot

In your apartment

Have a nice stay with us!

  • Do not hesitate to contact our reception during the opening hours (10:00-01:00 daily) in case of any questions or issues


Choose one of the following options:

  • Leave the key on the dining table and close the door
  • Return the key and the parking card to our reception
  • Place them in the mailbox beside the reception entrance

Lugagge Safe

  • Don’t worry, you can leave your bags with us and continue enjoying your trip.
  • Fees may apply
  • 3 hours free for our guest


Breakfast menu items are fixed and cannot be changed.

Menu "A"

Menu "B"

Menu "C"

Menu for kids

Frequently Asked


How can I use the WIFI?

You will find an informational picture at the entrance of your apartment. Among other information, it contains the user name and password. In case you can’t find it, or if it doesn’t work properly, please contact us!

Can I bring pets with me? 🐾

Pet policies vary by apartment. Some properties may allow pets with prior approval and additional fees, while others may have restrictions. Pet-friendly apartments are indicated during the booking process. See our pet policy.

Airport transfer

To request an airport transfer, please reach out to us via our contact page or send us an email at and you can reach out to us anytime via WhatsApp chat at the bottom right corner. We’ll be happy to assist you with the process. Fees apply.

Shopping & Public transport

Excellent location


Guests check in at reception on arrival, here they will be given the keys to their apartment and parking, and we will accompany you to your accommodation or parking. You can find us at the reception if you need anything during your stay. Long reception opening hours.

Pet shop

We have several pet-friendly apartments in Budapest,  so we welcome guests with pets. A special advantage is that right next to our reception is a pet food shop, where pet owners can buy all the necessary products, so pets can feel at home here.


There are many shops nearby, where guests can shop conveniently, even for longer stays. Grocery shops, cafés, restaurants and a shopping centre are also available.

Corvin Plaza

Corvin Plaza offers a wealth of shops, restaurants and entertainment. Cosy cafés, trendy shops and delicious restaurants make it really special. Whether you want to shop or relax, Corvin Plaza is a perfect choice.

Restaurants, Cafes, groceries
& Corvin Promenade

The variety of restaurants and cafes ensures that everyone can find a place to enjoy a quick lunch, a cosy dinner or a long get-together. The promenade is cosy day and night.

Fitness & Wellness

A top-quality gym & wellness center  with 3000 m2 of premium equipment, fun group classes and professional personal trainers.
Protein bar, spacious locker rooms, swimming pool and wellness area.
The renewed sauna world is open!

Vitamin and dietary supplement shop

Vitamins, proteins and other dietary supplements, vegetarian and gluten-free products, pre- and post-workout supplements, minerals, top products from nearly 80 manufacturers in 165 m2. Men’s and women’s clothing and accessories.

Las Vegas Casino

The Las Vegas Casino at Corvin Promenade is a stylish and exciting entertainment option in Budapest’s trendiest district. Modern slot machines, classic table games and an exclusive environment await gambling lovers.

Petrol station


1 – Unipatika located in Corvin Plaza

2 – Evital Corvin Pharmacy

1 – Unipatika located in Corvin Plaza

2 – Evital Corvin Pharmacy

How can I use the devices
in my apartment?

Useful information
& additional questions


Do you offer long-term rentals or corporate bookings?

Yes, we offer long-term and corporate bookings for extended stays or business travel. Please contact our corporate booking team for more information and special rates. Please contact


How frequently is my apartment cleaned?

Our general policy is to clean the apartments every 5 days, having the towels replaced every cleaning and the bed linen every second cleaning. Please note this may vary according to the length of your stay or the agreement with your company. We would appreciate it if you could clean your dishes. In case of any further questions or to request a modification to your cleaning period, feel free to contact us.


How can I check out?

You have the following options:

  • a) Leave the keys and parking cards on the dining table of your apartment.
  • b) Bring the keys and parking cards to our reception (please note our opening hours).
  • c) Leave the keys and parking cards in the letterbox at the entrance to our reception.


How do I contact customer support?

If you have any questions or need assistance, our customer support team is here to help. You can reach us via email at or via our contact form on the website.


How can I get a transfer?

To request a transfer, please reach out to us via our contact page. We’ll be happy to assist you with the process.


Can i store my luggage in a safe place?

If you are staying with us, you can store your luggage for free for 3 hours, after that we can offer you special prices. If you are not staying with us, you can still store your luggage!

I need to get my luggage repaired. Can you help me?

Please contact us via our contact page for assistance with repairing your luggage. We’re here to help!

I would like to have my luggage pre-weigh. Can you help me?

Yes, we can help with that! We have the appropriate scales to pre-weigh your luggage. Please contact us via our contact page to arrange this service. We’re here to assist you!


What can I do in Budapest?

There’s plenty to do in Budapest! From exploring historic landmarks to relaxing in the thermal baths and enjoying guided tours. For assistance please reach out to us, we’re here to help.
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I still have questions. Can you help?

If you have any other questions or concerns not addressed here, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here to ensure you have a seamless booking experience and an enjoyable stay in our apartments.

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Inquiries and feedback are welcome

Nearby attractions
& downtown attractions

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Bud Spencer statue

The Bud Spencer statue in Budapest is located on Corvin Promenade and was unveiled in 2017 in honour of the famous Italian actor Bud Spencer. The sculpture was created by sculptor Szandra Tasnádi and depicts the actor in life-size with his characteristic smile and features. Bud Spencer, originally named Carlo Pedersoli, is known throughout the world for his starring roles in numerous comedies and action films, often alongside his partner Terence Hill. The statue has become a popular meeting place for fans and locals alike and has become an iconic landmark on Corvin Promenade.

Pál utcai fiúk statue

The “Pál utcai fiúk” (“boys from the Paul street”) sculpture group in Budapest is located on Práter Street, and commemorates the famous youth novel “Pál utcai fiúk” by Ferenc Molnár. The group of statues was created by sculptor Péter Szanyi and unveiled in 2007. The composition evokes iconic scenes from the novel, depicting the brave and united group of the Pál utcai fiúk, in particular the two main characters, Ernő Nemecsek and János Boka. The sculpture group is located near the former ground and is a popular spot for locals and tourists who want to revisit the world of one of the most beloved classics of Hungarian literature.

Corvin Art Cinema

The Corvin Cinema is one of the most famous and longest-running cinemas in Budapest, located in the heart of the city, in Corvin köz in the 8th district. Opened in 1922, it is a classic art deco building that has been renovated several times over the decades to meet the needs of the times. The cinema has several screening rooms, including the large Corvin Grand Hall, which is particularly popular for premiere screenings and film festivals. The Corvin Cinema not only offers modern technology and comfortable seating, but also boasts a rich historical and cultural background, providing a unique cinema experience for film lovers.

Holokaust Memorial Center

The Budapest Holocaust Memorial Centre is located in Páva Street in the IX district of Budapest and opened in 2004. It also has exhibitions, memorial sites and a documentation centre.

Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library

The Szabó Ervin Library is the largest public library in Budapest, located in the 8th district of the capital, on Szabó Ervin Square. It was founded in 1904 and bears the name of librarian and sociologist Ervin Szabó. The main building of the library, the Wenckheim Palace, is an impressive neo-Baroque building, which is a listed building. The library has a rich collection, including fiction, science and literature, and offers modern services for readers, researchers and students. It also organises numerous programmes and events, making it a major cultural centre.

Urania National Film Theatre

The Uránia National Film Theatre is one of the oldest and most patriarchal cinema buildings in Budapest, located in the 8th district, on Rákóczi Road. Built in the 1890s in neo-Romanesque and neo-Gothic style, it was initially used for scientific and educational presentations. Today, Uránia is not only a cinema, but also a cultural centre, hosting film festivals, premieres and many cultural events. The beautiful, ornate interior and the historic atmosphere offer visitors a unique cinema experience.

Boráros square

Boráros tér is a busy hub and transport centre in the IX district of Budapest, where trams, buses, scheduled boat services and the HÉV (suburban railway line) stop. The square is on the banks of the Danube and is surrounded by several shops, restaurants and office buildings. The Corvin Center Suites apartments are just a 20-minute walk from the square, making it easily accessible for guests.


The Parliament is one of Hungary’s most iconic buildings, located on the banks of the Danube in Kossuth Lajos Square. Built between 1885 and 1904 to a design by Imre Steindl, it is still the seat of the Hungarian Parliament. The Parliament boasts impressive exterior and interior ornamentation, including the famous 96-metre-high dome. The building also houses the Holy Crown.

Saint Stephen's Basilica

The basilica is named after the first Hungarian king, St Stephen. The building was constructed in neoclassical style, starting in 1851 and finished in 1905. It is an impressive building. It also hosts concerts and other events. Visitors can climb up to the dome for a stunning panoramic view of the city of Budapest. The square in front of the building, St. Stephen’s Square, is a popular meeting and event venue.

Ferris wheel Budapest / Budapest Eye

The Budapest Ferris Wheel, also known as the Budapest Eye, is located on Elisabeth Square and stands 65 metres tall. The Ferris wheel was built in 2013 and has been a popular tourist attraction ever since, offering a stunning panoramic view of downtown Budapest, including the Danube and Buda Castle. The Ferris wheel has 42 enclosed, air-conditioned cabins, so it can be enjoyed in all weather conditions. The Budapest Eye has become a modern symbol of the city, offering visitors a unique experience both day and night.

Great Market Hall

The Great Market Hall of Budapest is located on Fővám Square and is the largest and oldest market hall in Budapest. Opened in 1897, it was built in neo-Gothic style. The hall offers fresh produce, meat, fish, cheese, bakery products and local specialities on three levels. Upstairs, you will find souvenirs and handicrafts, as well as restaurants and bakeries. The Great Market Hall is not only a shopping experience, but also a cultural one