The hotel is located in the city center of Budapest, on a World Heritage Site.
The building was originally designed by Zsigmond Quittner in 1886, then expanded by Alfréd Hajós in 1938 with internal wings and 2 floors on the street facade.
One of the main aspects of the renovation was to restore the old main facade of the building to its original form and to keep the 6 meter high hall behind it. In addition, the rest of the hotel was planned in the style of the 21st century.
Our studio cooperated with a Spanish interior design company. The interiors show a generous Spanish style in the use of colors and materials, thanks to them.
They prefer to use natural materials like wood and stone in high quality, but they are characterized by an exciting combination of them. Such an example, the association of stone and metal, which is reflected in the wall and floor coverings in many parts of the hotel. Like the exterior of the building, the colors of the interiors are dominated by earth tones, which are present in every room.
In addition, both outside and inside the building, it can be discovered that the dark and light shades alternate rhythmically, this rhythm unites the architectural details. An inner courtyard was created in the bay of the U-shaped building. Some of the window frames which protrude, give a kind of playfulness to the facades here.
Located in the historic city center, the hotel’s interior design elements draw inspiration from the city’s colors, textures and lights. The sculptures, bridges, the Danube and its banks appear emphatically in the squares. All 92 rooms of the Eurostars Ambassador are spacious and bright, with decoration inspired by various urban scenes to make guests feel like they are part of the history of Budapest.