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One of the top tourist magazines, Condé Nast Traveler concludes a list of the best hotels every year, as Szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu reported. Aria Hotel Budapest has been one of the bests in the region for many years. It received the gold medal last year, then it was the second-best hotel in 2017, overtaken by a hotel in Vienna.

It is a great honor to be among the leaders of the list, because it is compiled based on the feedback of tourists. More than 300,000 travelers submitted their evaluation this year.

The specialty of Aria Hotel Budapest is not only its excellent design and Central European atmosphere, but the significant role of music. Visitors are escorted by melodies from the very moment they enter the hotel. The building was designed by Zoltán Varró interior architect. There are 49 rooms in the hotel, but there is not a pair of rooms that are the same. The building has four wings, each of them inspired by a musical genre: they are jazz, opera, classical music and contemporary pop. Each room is related to a legend of music.

The hotel has its own music manager.

The Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards is the third great prize won by Aria Hotel Budapest in a year. It has received the title of the Best Hotel in the World in TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards due to the evaluations of visitors. One of the leading analysts of travelling branch, ReviewPro has chosen Aria Hotel Budapest as the sixth best luxury hotel in the world based on the response of 2.7 million guests. The hotel group running Aria, Library Hotel Collection was awarded as the best luxury brand of the world.

Aria Hotel Budapest is one of Library Hotel Collection’s newest members.

Vice president of Library Hotel Collection Adele Gutman stated that these awards mean a great prestige for the group as their main goal is to provide unforgettable experience for their guests.

Photo: Facebook.com/AriaHotelBudapest Source: Szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu

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