1st Weekend PreParty & Main Event

New York Palace Budapest

Since 1894

Old World glamour meets contemporary luxury in the heart of Budapest. Designed by famous Hungarian architects, New York Palace is an architectural masterpiece. A marble façade is adorned with ornate carvings and clock towers, while inside, ballroom-style columns, chandeliers and frescoes transport guests back to a golden era.

The building opened on October 23, 1894 as a local office of the New York Life Insurance Company. The famous New York Café, located on the ground floor, has been a longtime center for Hungarian literature and poetry. The building was damaged in WWII, and then nationalized during the communist era. In 1957, the Hungarian sculptors carved replicas in the New York Café of the damaged allegorical sculptures of Thrift and Wealth, America and Hungary. In February 2001, the structure was sold by the Hungarian government to the Italian Boscolo Hotels chain. The building was totally renovated and reopened on May 5, 2006as New York Palace – A Boscolo Luxury Hotel. It was renamed Anantara New York Palace Budapest Hotel on November 24, 2021.

2nd Weekend PreParty & Main Event

Budapest Congress Center 

Situated in the neighbourhood of the Buda Hills,  surrounded by the beautiful Chestnut Park and easy to reach from the buzzing downtown and only 40 minutes from the Airport, the Budapest Congress Center is the most complex congress and meeting facility in Hungary.

The main auditorium and the other 20 multifunctional rooms, exhibition space up to 4000 sqm are able to welcome up to 2000 people.
We ensure full and high quality service with our in-house, experienced event and catering team.
In addition, the large plenary hall can easily turn into a gala dinner venue welcoming up to 900 guests.
Reliable audio-visual support is available on-site for all kinds of technical needs.

As a unique feature, Novotel Budapest City offers 319 bedrooms accommodating delegates at the venue of their conference.

UNESCO, WHO, IOSCO, Interpol, only a few of those worldwide known organizations
who chose Budapest Congress Center and made us proud to have been part of their story.

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