Four dining venues include The New York Café, featuring frescoed ceilings and Venetian glass chandeliers, The Poet Bar, the Deep Water Breakfast Room, and the Atrium.
Events facilities include an elegant ballroom for up to 550 guests, small venues filled with natural light and baroque details, and conference centres designed by Iosa Ghini.
An Anantara Spa will join the property in late 2022 with four treatment rooms and relaxation facilities which will draw inspiration from the brand’s Thai roots and Budapest’s thermal bath heritage.
Activities on offer will include vintage VW Samba camper van excursions across the city and countryside, and cruises on the Danube river.
Dillip Rajakarier, CEO of Minor Hotels, Anantara’s parent company, commented:
“We are thrilled to announce our first property in Hungary, the Anantara New York Palace is a gem offering unique architecture, rich history and heritage. The majestic hotel is a strategic step in the continued growth of Anantara in Europe and represents a great addition to the brand’s portfolio.”
The hotel group recently added a property in Rome to its European portfolio.