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New Hilton Hotel to open in Budapest in 2018

2017-02-09 source own

Recently, the Hilton brand of hotels has been expanding faster than ever and this has been seen once gain with the announcement of a new facility in Budapest’s city centre. Due to open in the summer of 2018, Hilton will be working with Accent Hotel Management of Hungary.

According to Accent Hotel Management, HUF 8 billion is set to be spent by a foreign investor to build a 214-room complex located by the Opera House. Currently, 16 hotels are under the management of Accent Hotel Management which comes to a total of 1,600 rooms in Hungary. With this, annual revenue far exceeds HUF 8 billion.

Image provided by; © Pzmphoto | Dreamstime.com - Hilton Budapest Photo

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