Matild Palace in Budapest wins multiple awards

Matild Palace in Budapest wins multiple awards

One of Budapest’s most impressive luxury hotels, Matild Palace has been on a roll lately, winning several major architectural and tourism awards.

In recent months, the luxury hotel at the foot of the Elizabeth Bridge in downtown Budapest has received several awards in Hungary and internationally, for its interior design and the careful renovation of the historic building.

“We are extremely proud that the iconic Matild Palace has been recognized both in Hungary and internationally for its meticulous renovation and exceptional design solutions. Guests come from all over the world and first impressions are of great importance. Our aim is that people leave with lasting memories of their visit to Matild Palace. We have strived to create something memorable in terms of interior design as well, and it is a pleasure to have a series of awards to back this up,” said Director Selim Ölmez.

Matild Palace have bagged the following awards recently:

  • Construction Excellence Award (Építőipari Nívódíj)
  • 2022 Klasszis TopDesign’s Capital City Accommodation, Guest Room and Café
  • Six awards at the European Property Awards: Best Hotel Suite Interior—Maria Klotild Royal Suite, Best Hotel Bathroom Interior, Best Hotel Conference Facilities Interior, Best Hotel Restaurant Interior—Spago by Wolfgang Puck Budapest, Best Hotel Lobby Interior, Best Hotel Bar Interior—The Duchess

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