Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest introduces Ten Rooms concept by MKV Design

The design narrative by MKV Design follows the principles and aesthetics of the ground floor public areas.

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest has refurbished its events area with the addition of technology and new design features.

The design narrative by MKV Design reportedly follows the "principles and aesthetics" of the ground floor public areas.

The Grand Room now has ambience settings made flexible by a color spectrum app that is capable of mixing any shade, managed on iPads. Lighting is guaranteed by over 300 spots, complemented by Hungarian wall fixtures and crystal chandeliers.


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The kitchen now has a stove and countertop for dining and lounging.

Event organizers may also set up their conference operational office in the two boardrooms (Room Four and Five).

The floor in Room Six was covered with wood, and the wallpaper offers ambient lighting. Meanwhile, the ceiling has small spotlights to evoke a star-lit sky.

Infinity Room (rooms Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten) were enlarged and now all have natural daylight. 

The pre-function area has two hospitality desks, one each for delegates’ registration and information points.

Ten Rooms has a new AV network that allows for intra-room audio-video communication via fiber-optic cables.

The guestrooms are also undergoing refurbishment, and are expected to be completed in 2018.

Stephan Interthal is the GM of Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest.

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