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JUNE | 2015

INTRO
Welcome words from the General Manager, a
photo that we love and a special guest,
Helen Mirren

INTERVIEW
Interview with Zoltn Szab,
Director of Food and Beverages

NEWS

PROGRAMS
Plan your cultural programmes with us!
We have listed a number of events
for you to enjoy.

We are all aglow to turn the Spotlight


on again and invite you to an enchanting
Midsummer Eve show

Welcome
FROM
THE GENERAL
MANAGER

Dear Guests,

> There is something truly magical about June.

No wonder that William Shakespeare was inspired


by the enchanting Midsummer Night. Sparkling
days, tender nights, light-hearted moments and a
passion for life: summer is unquestionably here.
At this time of year our senses are especially
focused on all the scents and flavours of this
magical season, and all the feelings it engenders.
At Corinthia Hotel Budapest I sense these same
vibes from the team and, as you read the articles
of Your Corinthia Magazine, I am sure that you,
too, will get the same impression through our
and exciting programs, offers and news.
This month, Executive Chef Peter Bolyki surprises
us with a feather-light meal that is not only mouthwatering but really healthy, too. The exciting blend
of textures and flavours make this Asparagus Benedict
really worth sampling, not to mention that its a safe
choice for the beach figure we all want. W e are
proud to present other departments of the hotel
as well. Last month we were happy to introduce a
member of Purchasing, Gbor Eszes, and this month
we interviewed Zoltn Szab, Director of F&B,
about his experiences, impressions and career.
The Brunches of June are also very special. We start
the month with an authentic summer by the lake
feeling serving the sort of meals that are enjoyed
on the shores of our lovely Balaton. The following
weekend we continue the aqua sensation, calling all
explorers who wish to sample the various flavours of
the riverside countries along the blue Danube. By the
third weekend in the month the heat will probably
be making life in the city challenging, so we are sure
our light and refreshing meals in the Ice-cold Brunch
will prove massively popular. The last Sunday of June
is dedicated to utter relaxation and health-conscious
dining. We are all aglow to offer an array of the finest
dishes that are not only delicious but full of vitamins
and important fibre and trace elements. Without
question, we offer the usual haute cuisine experience
for which the Brasserie & Atrium Restaurant is famous.
The cultural and leisure opportunities of Budapest
offer countless new programs in June, and our
concierge team is always happy to recommend some
of them to provide more insight into the life of our
enchanting capital for both sunny and rainy days.
I trust that you will enjoy this months edition
of our magazine and you will find within its
pages programs that meet your needs and
interests and that best suit your taste.

Thomas M. Fischer | GENERAL MANAGER

PHOTO OF THE MONTH

> LE BAR - Have a light-hearted time at Le Bar and do not miss our lovely seasonal cocktails

A SIP OF LUXURY
> There is no doubt that every moment has its colour, melody, scent and flavour. This is what can make a
memory last and delight our senses, this is how we can cherish a feeling even for a lifetime. Sitting by the fire on
a cold winters day with a gripping novel, sipping a glass of full bodied red wine Lounging on the beach with
the salty-sweet taste of the sea in our mouth, feeling the gentle summer breeze Or waking up in the morning
and having a cup of coffee in bed next to the one we belong to these are the mosaics of our life that bring
warmth to the heart any time they come to mind.
This philosophy is what Le Bar probably the most homely part of our hotel is based on. Three different
sections for various ways of spending free time, complemented with the finest beverages. From Tuesday to
Sunday, dimmed lights and live music attract guests who wish to spend a light-hearted evening. Having a
feather-light white wine, accompanied by smooth piano melodies at the beginning of the week, or sampling the
world-famous Hungarian plinka (fruit brandy) to the sounds of lively Gypsy music every Saturday are perfect
ways to spend free-and-easy time in good company at the front of Le Bar, between the grandiose walls of the
spacious Atrium II.
Entering from the direction of the Lobby, one experiences something very different. A living-room atmosphere
with an impressive library, comfortable armchairs and a fireplace that is especially lovely in wintertime. Read
a magazine or select a book along with a delicious coffee or tea: this is the most relaxing way to have some
quality private time. And last but not least, there is the heart of Le Bar with a large screen relaying the most
important sports events all day. During championship finals, tennis, football or basketball, fans gather together
and sometimes the whole place turns into a real sport pub with ecstatic sounds of cheering.
The beverage selection is simply endless, but perhaps the seasonal cocktails are the top choice of all guests.
There can be no greater pleasure in a bar than to mix a drink yourself. At Le Bar it is completely natural, since
bartenders serve beverages on a silver tray with mini shaker, showing how to do the mixing professionally. It is
definitely an opportunity not to be missed.
Happy hours feature special offers and an ever-changing range of drinks, and of course, there is an array of light
snacks, sandwiches, carb-smart and gluten-free dishes when the pangs of hunger strike!
Dniel Horvath, Le Bar Manager, talked with undeniable enthusiasm about the place: I simply got to love being
here. For me, the magic of the bar is in its exciting unpredictability. At one moment it is chilled, tranquil, with
couples, readers, business people sipping coffee, and the next moment it is full of laughing groups of friends.
Some days I enjoy long chats with guests, and other days I need to focus on the service itself, because the place
is crowded. This is a great challenge and I can claim it is my mission to keep Le Bar moving forward.
There is no doubt that it is worth paying a visit to this special part of the hotel and maybe experiencing an
unforgettable moment sweetened by the flavour of luxury.

FAMOUS GUEST

Helen Mirren

GUESTBOOK

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The Grand Story


OF CORINTHIA HOTEL BUDAPEST
BY TIBOR MESKL, SENIOR MANAGER ON DUTY

The beginning - Chapter 8


> In this chapter, I would like to share
a very interesting time in the life of
the Grand Hotel Royal highlighting
special personalities who left their
mark on the hotel.
In 1928, a certain brahm Pl checked
into the Royal. 15 years earlier, as a
young music student, he had admired
the stars who were staying here. Now
he was known as Paul Abraham, the
famous composer. Very few have left
us so many evergreens as Abraham. He
spent almost two years at the hotel.
From here he watched the world
premiere of his operetta Der Gatte des
Frauleins. He lived in room 205, where
he worked on Victoria and Her Hussar,
which premiered in Budapest two years
later, in 1930. It was a smashing success!
Of course the Grand Hotel atmosphere
inspired his hotel-operetta Ball at The
Savoy, which granted him world-wide
recognition. He started writing film
scores for UFA (German) films: Film
music is the purest form of the art; here
we really have to show what we can.
he said in 1931. In 1933, however, the
persecution of Jews in Germany drove
him out of the country, to New York.
He returned to Europe after the war and
died in Hamburg in 1960.

One night during the swinging 20s


a pair of bright eyes peeped into the
Palm Court. Josephine Baker, the Black
Venus, had arrived in Budapest. She
was the star of the Paris revue theatre
Folies Bergre. Baker was particularly
famous for a highly acclaimed
performance, the scandalous banana
leaf dance. Her husband Count Pepito
di Abatino a terribly jealous man,
stayed with her at the Royal. He
had already suffered from the open
secret that Josephine had an affair
with Simenon, the Belgian author and
inventor of Inspector Maigret. But
here, unfortunately, the Black Venus
caught the attention of a young, hotblooded Hungarian cavalry officer.
Andrew Czolovodi sent her bunches
of red roses and love letters. As the
Hungarian did not show the least
intention to abandon his efforts,
Count Pepito di Abatino challenged
Czolovodi to a duel in St. Stephens
cemetery. The duel lasted only 10
minutes, ending when di Abatino was
scratched by Czolovodis blade.
A few years later, the appearance of

Josephine Baker was accompanied by


severe protests against the decadent
Negro dancer. From Germany, the
marching boots of a new era were
sounding. And Hungary listened.
The movies were coming back to
the Royal. This time they were
nicknamed the talkies. The first
Hungarian sound movie A Kk
blvny (A Blue Idol) appeared in
1931. The new Hungarian Caesar of
film Istvn Ger, gave this talented
local industry a new lease of life and
reopened the Royal Apollo Cinema.
The economic crises of the outgoing 1920s
affected the travel market all over Europe.
The 1920s appear today like a dance on
the volcanoes, coming to an end with the
big Wall Street crash in 1929. During the
1930s the newly formed state travel office
IBUSZ (Idegenforgalmi, Beszerzsi, Utazsi
s Szlltsi Rt. = Tourism, Acquisition,
Travel and Transport Plc.) reached
agreements with Polish, German, Italian,
Swiss and British travel agencies, which
led to increased tourism between 1933
and 1937. The number of visitors rose from
102,000 to 183,000 in this period. However,
state-controlled tourism rarely brings a
high class of traveler.
During these years Hungary was ruled
by Mikls Horthy de Nagybnya, Duke
of Szeged and Otranto, the self-styled
His Serene Highness the Regent of
Hungary. Jokingly referred to as the
Admiral without a fleet he was the
last commander of the Austro-Hungarian
Navy Horthy was, in a country without
a coastline, ruling as the Regent of a
Kingdom without a King.
A staunch conservative, Horthy
eventually began to sympathize
with fascism and appointed several
pro-fascist officials to cabinet
posts in the 1930s. When the Nazi
government of Adolf Hitler began
to rise to power, putting pressure
on neighbouring nations to return
territories lost after the war, Horthy
became a willing accomplice.

This year the restored and rebuilt


Grand Hotel Royal celebrated the 12th
anniversary of its Reopening on April
30, 2003 as Corinthia Hotel. Several
historical periods and chapters will
be presented to the readers in the
coming issues to commemorate this
magnificent hotel.

MEET THE STAFF


INTERVIEW WITH

Zoltn Szab, DIRECTOR OF FOOD AND BEVERAGES


1. How long have you worked at Corinthia Hotel Budapest?
This is my fourth month Yes, Ive just started!
2. Which areas have you worked in, and where are you now?
Department of Food and Beverage, Ive always worked in this field.
3. What are your duties?
Whatever you can drink or eat within the establishment is my duty! Seriously, anything that is related to food or
beverage is my responsibility, even the staff canteen!
4. What was your happiest experience in relation to the hotel?
When I had to dance to an ABBA song in a full costume in front of the entire hotel...
5. If you couldnt work in the hotel business, what profession would you choose?
Oceanologist, that was the plan of my childhood...
6. What is your favorite place in Budapest?
The best place in Budapest is called Fellini Cultural Bistro, you hardly ever come across anything better than this.
But, there are few flee markets which are worth a visit.
7. How do you relax?
I read. Actually I read a lot, philosophy and other literature, I love Marcus Aurelius, but I like early Nietzsche, too.
8. Which achievement in your life are you most pleased about?
Running a marathon under 4 hours, and opening The Shelbourne in Dublin. Both were the most difficult tasks in
my life.
9. What hidden talents do you have?
They say I can sing well...
10. If you won a Euro Jackpot, what would you do with the money?
Give to someone who needs it more... I have everything a man can ask for. But I think I would buy the Flying
dragon from Admiral, the best yacht in the world...
11. If someone wrote a biography about you, what would the title be?
Legend of the seven seas
12.What are the top 3 things on your bucket list?
Do an Ironman race on the Lava Island Kona, Hawaii, swim the English Channel and have a kiss in outer space,
overlooking Earth, in total weightlessness - obviously, this one may remain undone...
13. If your life had a theme song, what would it be?
Music of the Solomon Islands or Melanisean choir.
+1 What would you say is your personal motto?
The only way to predict the future is to create it.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT THE SHOW IS ON AGAIN!


> Corinthia Hotel Budapest is proud to

present the third chapter in its Spotlight


series on the evening of June 19.
Our first Spotlight performance, The Romeo and
Juliet premiere, performed by Zsuzsanna Vg
and Dnes Kocsis, proved to be an amazing hit
with sell-out shows in the Brasserie & Atrium
Restaurant. In April, the stage glowed with two
glittering star artists: Mariann and Anna Peller.
The beautiful sisters transported us to dazzling
Hollywood care of a medley of legendary hits.
Now we are all aglow to turn the spotlight on again
and welcome the wonderful Dorottya Udvaros
and Erika Nray, who will surely remind us why
swing became insanely popular - and remains a
favorite for many. World famous songs, behindthe-scenes stories in a unique atmosphere: once
again Spotlight promises a peerless experience
with vintage highlights from the history of music.
Of course, the night wouldnt be complete without
involving all the senses: our hosting artists and
guests can spend a relaxed evening accompanied
by an array of incredible dishes, created with
infinite care by our Executive Chef, Peter Bolyki.
To experience an exceptional evening
with music and flavours par excellence,
dont hesitate to reserve your seat.
FURTHER INFORMATION AND TABLE RESERVATION:
+36 1479 4720, CUISINE.BUDAPEST@CORINTHIA.COM

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ASPARAGUS BENEDICT
INGREDIENTS

8 large asparagus
4 large eggs
2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
2 slices of Prosciuto ham

MY BALATON BRUNCH

HOLLANDAISE SAUCE

LOCATION:
Brasserie & Atrium Restaurant
DATE: June 7, 12:00-16:00
PRICE: HUF 8,900 per adult,
50% discount for children
between 6 and 14 years old and
complimentary for children
under 6.

2 large egg yolks


150 g melted grass-fed butter or ghee
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
teaspoon sea salt

Recipe of the
Month

> Get the authentic summer by the lake feeling with deep fried hake,
corn on the cob, fantastic Hungarian lngos with traditional toppings,
Hungarian beer, lemonade and cosmopolitan cocktails. All this happens
to the sounds of a live Gypsy band, and theres even a kids corner where
children can make miniature sailing boats.

THE EXECUTIVE CHEF


RECOMMENDS

> Pter Bolyki joined the hotel

having already established


himself as a highly skilled
professional in a number
of countries. He had been
working for Hapag Lloyd MS
Hanseatic, Regent Seven Seas
Mariner, Palais Auersperg and
the Adventure Catering and
Schnbrunn Orangerie. We
invite you to cook with us and
try Pters favourites

ALONG THE DANUBE BRUNCH


LOCATION:
Brasserie & Atrium Restaurant
DATE: June 14, 12:00-16:00
PRICE: HUF 8,900 per adult,
50% discount for children
between 6 and 14 years old and
complimentary for children
under 6.

INSTRUCTIONS

Break each egg into a separate small bowl.


Trim the bottom 2 cm of the asparagus stalks, then slice them thinly lengthwise.
Cook the asparagus for 3 minutes, until bright green and tender.
Remove with a slotted spoon, then add the apple cider vinegar and reduce the heat
to a low simmer.
Carefully slide in each egg, one at a time.
Remove from the heat, and allow the eggs to cook for 5 minutes, until the whites
are set and the yolks are still soft.
Drain on a paper towel.
Make the Sauce
Pour boiling water into a blender, then cover and let sit for 10 minutes. Dump out
the water and dry the container thoroughly.
Blend the egg yolks with the lemon juice, salt, and paprika.
With the blender running on low, slowly pour in the hot melted butter.
Blend for about 30 seconds until the sauce has thickened and the butter is well
incorporated. The sauce will continue to thicken as it cools.
Serve each egg over a plate of asparagus stalks and Prosciuto topped with
hollandaise and chives.

> Take a culinary journey along the Danube and experience authentic
cuisines from the varied countries that line its banks. Join us for a waltz
along the blue Danube to sample German sausage, Wiener Schnitzel,
Serbian cevapcici and Hungarian favourites accompanied by German
beer, Austrian schnapps and a Hungarian wine selection. Riversidestyle decorations and authentic costumes will add to the cultural
atmosphere.

ICE COLD BRUNCH


LOCATION:
Brasserie & Atrium Restaurant
DATE: June 21, 12:00-16:00
PRICE: HUF 8,900 per adult,
50% discount for children
between 6 and 14 years old and
complimentary for children
under 6.
> By the third week in June, the summer sun will heat up the Hungarian
capital, so what could be better than an Ice Cold Brunch? Weve
compiled a light summer menu with seafood on ice, chilled soup, plenty
of salads, an ice cream counter and best of all, some stunning cocktails mojito, Pina Colada, Tequila sunrise, Peppermint lemonade. All this is set
in a pleasant summer atmosphere and served with Gypsy music that adds
to the chilled out mood.

FOR A TRULY UNIQUE DINING EXPERIENCE, CORINTHIA HOTEL BUDAPESTS RICKSHAW RESTAURANT
OFFERS AUTHENTIC DISHES FROM ACROSS THE ORIENT IN A COMPLEMENTARY ATMOSPHERE OF
TRADITIONAL ARTS AND TEXTILES FROM THE FAR EAST. OFFERING WORLD CLASS QUALITY AND
MEMORABLE GASTRONOMIC EXPERIENCES REMINISCENT OF THE FAR EAST IN DOWNTOWN BUDAPEST,
OUR CHEF DAZZLES DINERS WITH TRADITIONAL ASIAN FLAVOURS PREPARED EXCLUSIVELY WITH THE
FINEST, FRESHEST INGREDIENTS.

BEIJING WEEKS
IN RICKSHAW
LOCATION: Rickshaw Restaurant
DATE: 1 June - 1 July
OPENING HOUR:
Wednesday to Sunday 18:00-23:00

We are sure you have heard about our Peking duck, but have you ever sampled
it? We would like to invite you a travel to Beijing, the grandiose capital of China,
the town that is well-known for its colourful and busy life, and of course its
amazingly spicy, unique and rich flavours. Beijings cuisine is coloured by culinary
traditions from all over the country. In this lively city something happens every
second just like in our kitchen. Honor us by being our guest and let us pamper
your senses with the finest traditional meals from the Far-East.
PRICE: HUF 6,900 per adult, served for minimum 2 persons.

Table reservation and further information:


cuisine.budapest@corinthia.com, +36 1 479 4855

WELLNESS BRUNCH
LOCATION:
Brasserie & Atrium Restaurant
DATE: June 28, 12:00-16:00
PRICE: HUF 8,900 per adult,
50% discount for children
between 6 and 14 years old and
complimentary for children
under 6.
> For those in need of a health kick this summer, look no further than
our Wellness brunch. Packed full of delicious and nutritious dishes, our
carb-smart menu is accompanied by a smoothie and juice bar. Diners
can also enjoy a discounted spa-voucher for an utterly relaxing time
and for some energising laps in the swimming pool.

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PROGRAMS IN JUNE
RECOMMENDED BY THE

CORINTHIA HOTEL BUDAPEST

CONCIERGE TEAM
Tams Ungr
Chief Concierge

Spring Reviver

THE FIRST MONTH OF SUMMER IS


ALL ABOUT OUTDOOR FESTIVALS

RECIEVE A REVITALISING GIFT


WORTH 65 EURO

For further information and reservations, please contact the Concierge.

> BELVROSI FESTIVAL is a free feast of music that takes place on June 5-7 in the inner city of Budapest,

along Zrnyi Street from Erzsbet Square to Szabadsg Square. Visitors can enjoy live jazz, rock, pop and folk
concerts on three different stages. Kids programs, fashion shows, film screenings and dance shows are also
part of the festival. Budapest hosts a number of lively summer festivals and the Belvrosi Festival promises to
be a great warm-up for the season.
> Contemporary dancers,

international artists and traditional


Hungarian folk dancers meet for the
DANUBE CARNIVAL on June 6-21
in Budapest to celebrate the joy of
dance. The carnival incorporates 15
local and international ensembles
with nearly 300 artists. Principal
venues include Vrsmarty Square,
the Margaret Island Open-air Stage,
the Danube Palace and the Heritage
House.

Book the 90 minute ESPA Back, Face and Scalp treatment


and receive a complimentary 180ml Pink Hair and
Scalp Mud upon checkout.
This offer is exclusively available for our Hotel guests.
Renowned as our Hero treatment and loved by all; this
ESPA experience delivers triple results by targeting three
key areas of stress the back, the face and the scalp,
making it the ideal treatment for anyone.
This treatment is a beautiful combination of body and face
experience, and a customized facial with skin analysis targets
areas of concern.
Includes: Facial cleanse and detailed skin analysis, back
exfoliation and back massage with stretching techniques,
personalized ESPA facial and a scalp massage. This deeply
relaxing and warming treatment is also ideal for couples
to have a beautiful spa experience together.

> Budapest offers a non-stop theatre experience: as the indoor theaters close, the outdoor ones open.

20, museums across the capital open their doors to visitors until 2.30 a.m. for the NIGHT OF MUSEUMS.
Participating venues include the Hungarian National Museum, the Budapest History Museum, the
House of Terror, the Hungarian National Gallery, the Museum of Applied Arts and the Hungarian
Natural History Museum.
Unique museums with quirky collections are also on the list, such as the Hospital in the Rock Museum, the
Underground Railway Museum, the Museum of Electrotechnics and the Postal Museum. All can be visited
with a single ticket, including bus transfers between the main venues.
> A handful of enthusiastic people who are in love with Budapest came up with the idea to organise the

first urban festival for everybody who adores this city, especially the changes that have occurred in the capital
in recent years. This idea became BUDAPEST ESSENTIALS (June 25-28), everything this city has to offer in a
single package: music, parties, culture, gastronomy and an absolutely indescribable atmosphere! For four days,
with one ticket, the whole city turns into a giant festival.

AND EXHIBITIONS AND FAIRS


> Light defines the environment, thus the exhibition places side by side cultural and artistic examples
of presence brought to our awareness by means of light: the situations and representations that are
created by natural and artificial interior and exterior lights, interior installations and exterior night
architecture. The exhibition MORE LIGHT! at the New Budapest Gallery presents a wide array
of experiments by Hungarian artists of this global trend; compositions which hold their ground
on the international level. Beyond showcasing works which make use of artificial light, the
exhibition broadens its horizon of thought in a direction where the works of art raise the
question: what does existence in light mean to us?
> GOUBA is a regularly scheduled art market in the GOZSDU courtyard every Sunday from 10 am to

6 pm, inviting both tourists and locals for a refreshing walk in the heart of the city. Gouba entertains
particular and open-minded visitors with unique works by representative artists and craftsmen,
designers and antiquarians, as well as valuable works of art and antiques. An even more unique
ambience is created by the young musicians who play evergreen and new jazz compositions, to the
delight of the audience.
PRIVATE BUDAPEST BOAT TRIPS BY DUNARAMA
> Budapest is unique since there is not another beautifully illuminated capital in Europe where you can

enjoy the sights from the river in the middle of the city. Marveling at the brightly lit capital from a silent
water limousine is an unforgettable experience for both tourists and locals. Devote a day to a boat trip
in Budapest with your partner, your friends or guests. It is the perfect opportunity to take photos of the
Houses of Parliament, the Royal Castle, Gellrt Hill and several famous universities. Have a closer look
at the famous bridges of the Danube and the developing cultural hub centered around the National
Theatre and Palace of Arts. If you feel like stretching your legs during the boat trip, do not hesitate, you
only need to decide where to disembark. You can choose from several ports such as Margaret Island
the green oasis of Budapest, Batthyny Square the neighborhood of the Castle district or the Blna
Cultural and Exhibition Center.

ARE YOU PLANNING TO VISIT US


AGAIN?

Treat yourself with one of our tempting offers and create lasting
memories with Corinthia Hotel Budapest.
Your next adventure starts here
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> Spend a night in Budapests museums to find out if they really do come to life in the afterhours. On June

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BUDAPEST SUMMER FESTIVAL is on air from June 12 to August 31. Programs are offered at two venues: on
Margaret Island and in Vrosmajor.
In 2015, the Margaret Island Open-air Stage celebrates its constantly changing and varied repertoire - premiers
in opera, ballet, musicals and classical music including Liszt and Dante (classical music opening concert);
Puccini: Tosca, Karl Goldmark: Queen of Sheba (opera); Carl Orff: Catulli Carmina & Carmina Burana (ballet);
Chico & The Gypsies (world music concert), and much more.

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