Not only for no frills traveller

By: trademagazin Date: 2007. 10. 04. 00:00

After London and Bazel easyHotel opens its newest accommodation in Hungary's capital.

EasyHotel Budapest Octogon offering 59 bedrooms, small rooms
are 7.5-10 sqm, and standard rooms are 10-13 sqm. Price beginns at 29 euros. There
are also two rooms suitable for disabled use.
The five-storey hotel has total area of 1600 sqm. Restoration
of the nearly 100-year-old period building began in October 2006 and cost the firm
HUF 200 million.
Over the next three years the operator has ambitious plans to open up to 60 new
hotels in prime city locations across the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
The easyGroup, the holding company controlling the "easy" ventures, was
founded in 1998 and is privately owned by Stelios Haji-Ioannou, a Greek-Cypriot
born British entrepreneur. Stelios created no frills airline easyJet in 1995,
starting flights between Luton and Scotland.


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