Archive for the ‘2013 August’ Category
Introducing Csaba Pálos, Director of Finance
Csaba has completed his studies at the Kodolányi János University College in Budapest and further intensified his understanding of economics at Reims Management School. A further degree of Chartered Accountant rounds up his academic profile.
Csaba developed a successful career with Kempinski Hotels, working his way up through various Accounting positions. After a number of years in Budapest he took over the Director of Finance post at Kempinski Estepona/Marbella in 2006 before becoming part of the pre-opening and opening team of Kempinski Bahrain, Manama in 2011.
‘After my return to Hungary from abroad I accepted with great pleasure the invitation of Corinthia. Even more as when I grew up as child in this district even then this was The Hotel in this area.’
Cooperation between The Budapest Times and Corinthia Hotel Budapest
We have a cooperation agreement with The Budapest Times. The contract signed with BZT Media Kft. is particularly important for us because advertisements and articles about the hotel are constantly being published in Budapester Zeitung and The Budapest Times – published under the direction of Jan Mainka – thereby enhancing our profile.
Famous guest: Eros Ramazzotti | Interview with Imre Turak Brasserie Manager about the new breakfast selection | Programmes | Grand Story Chapter 7 | CSR | Guest photo: Swimming pool | Royal Spa Restoring facial beauty by focusing on your eyes | Chef recommends: Chilled tomato soup with lemon sorbet | Royal Cocktail | Brasserie and Atrium Restaurant
August is the month of summer pleasure, leisure and relaxation. In addition to the popular open-air festivals in Budapest, we have put together a list of the best exhibitions, fairs and programs especially for you. This month I would like to draw your attention to our Brasserie & Atrium restaurant, which scores highly for its international cuisine. The breathtaking atrium-style interior lends a very unique atmosphere, perfectly complemented by the superb creations from our outstanding chef. I would also like to take this opportunity to recommend this issue’s fascinating articles on, for instance, the latest chapter in the century-old history of our hotel and the interview with Imre Turák, our manager of the Brasserie & Atrium restaurant, who talks about what it means to him to work in the hotel, and his personal experiences over the years. In August, the Royal Spa places the spotlight on the eyes, offering a rejuvenating, smoothing and hydrating treatment that is particularly good for tired eyes. When time allows, we invite you to enjoy looking at the exhibition spanning the more than 100 years of history of our hotel. You will find the exhibition in the lower Lobby area. I really hope that the August edition of our newsletter sparks your imagination, and that you find programs here that meet your needs and interests.