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Budapest Hotel Renovation Brings Modern Touch to Guest Room Bathrooms

Spring Blooms at Budapest Marriott Hotel With Updated Look and Area Attractions

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY -- (Marketwired) -- 03/03/14 -- Spring is in the air, and at the Budapest Marriott Hotel, change is in full bloom. To give a fresh start to the season, the Budapest riverfront hotel completed a makeover in its corridors and guest room bathrooms, giving the spaces a sleek and modern touch. The renovations complement the hotel's existing look and feel, with luxurious Budapest accommodations that offer views of the Danube River, an inviting color palette, sumptuous bedding and business-friendly features.

But change isn't just happening in these Budapest hotel rooms; the city is breaking away from winter with various opportunities to enjoy the warmer weather.

The charming city is home to various parks, where visitors can walk amidst greenery and flowers, and the hotel's riverfront location makes it easy to enjoy a stroll along the Danube to start the day or after a romantic dinner. Visitors can also explore the city's ruinpubs, offering an urban pub experience in some of the city's oldest buildings.

Spring also welcomes festival season, with the annual Budapest Spring Festival amongst the largest. From 21 March to 6 April, the festival features dance, music, theater, opera and other performances at venues across the city such as the Academy of Music, Budapest History Museum and Matthias Church. The Titanic International Film Fest, April 4th to the 12th, is the country's largest film festival and will feature selections from 29 countries in its 21st year. The city celebrates International Dance Day with the 10-day Budapest Dance Festival. From April 19th to the 29th, the National Dance Theater hosts performances of various dance styles across the city. The international Cherry Blossom Festival welcomes the Japanese Ambassador and hosts events highlighting traditional Japanese art and culture for both adults and children.

Budapest offers many options for spring travel and an opportunity to explore this beautiful city by foot. To take advantage of spring promotions at the Budapest Marriott Hotel, visit www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/budhu-budapest-marriott-hotel/.

About the Budapest Marriott Hotel
Located in the heart of this charming city, the Budapest Marriott Hotel offers a stay that meets the needs of both business and leisure travelers. Accommodations take advantage of the hotel's central location by offering stunning views of the Danube River, plus features including dedicated work space, an LCD TV, high-speed Internet access and in-room dining. Luxurious suites offer separate living and sleeping areas and upgraded amenities. This Budapest hotel is near major attractions including Chain Bridge, Buda Castle, Budapest Parliament and world-class shopping on Fashion Street, and also offers many of its own diversions. Relax at the pool and sauna, or energize at the start of the day with a workout in the fitness center or on the Sport Court®. Guests also have plenty of options for dining that include cocktails, espresso and small plates at the laidback AQVA Lounge Bar; regional cuisine at the contemporary Peppers! Mediterranean Grill and a daily cake buffet at in the Lobby Lounge from noon to 10pm. The Budapest Marriott Hotel is also ideal for hosting meetings and events and offers more than 18,000 square feet of function space, multilingual staff and creative catering.

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