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For the Mercure hotels in AccorHotels in Hungary 2018 is the year of renewal. From spring, the Mercure Budapest Buda and the Mercure Budapest Korona guests can enjoy the comfort of their refurbished rooms during their visit to Budapest. Mercure Budapest Buda can be of particular interest to tourists, as in Hungary, for the first time, the combination of two hotel brands, Mercure and Ibis, will be realized within a hotel building.

This spring, the Mercure Hotel in Budapest completed its next renovation of last year's complete renovation program, which allowed a significant part of the rooms to be brand new. Thanks to the works, from the 400 rooms of the Mercure Budapest Buda, 160 rooms and 420 rooms of the Mercure Budapest Korona, 101 rooms have a completely new look. The complete refurbishment of the Mercure Budapest Buda will be completed early next year, completing the 400 new rooms and completely converted public areas and restaurants. The full renovation of the Mercure Budapest Crown will be completed by the beginning of 2020 while the third Mercure, the Hotel Mercure Budapest City Center will soon be finalized. Budapest is a more and more attractive destination for both leisure and business as well as "bleisure" travelers, both of whom are alloys. It is a trendy and safe city. During our renovation works, we have already considered the needs and consumer habits of Y and Z generational travelers.

The Parliament building stepped forth from the 14th place to 10th place on Tripadvisor's list of "the most popular attractions in the world".

The Tripadvisor Travel Portal ranks the world's most beautiful and popular buildings every year. The Cambodian Angkor building is the first place in the current ranking, Spain's Seville Plaza de Espana, and third in the Zayed sejk mosque in Abu Dhabi. The fourth place is the St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican, the fifth is the Cordoba Cathedral in Spain, and the sixth is Tadzs Mahal in India, followed by the Milan Cathedral. Eighth place was San Francisco's Prison Museum, Alcatraz, while San Francisco's famous bridge, Golden Gate, was the ninth place.