You’ve heard lots of what we have to say about our new Aria Hotel Budapest, but how about hearing what other people have been saying about it too? No surprise, travel writers love the Aria! Let us count the ways.
Over the past few months since the Aria opened, we have had the pleasure of welcoming many bloggers and have found their insights to be so fascinating, we felt we should share them with you. We hope they help you prepare for your next European adventure!
Summertime in Manhattan is one of the best times of the year! There are so many wonderful(sometimes free!) events and activities to choose from. If you want to see a play in Central Park, visit historic museums, or enjoy cocktails on a rooftop bar, NYC is the place to be! We’d love for you to join us this summer with your family and friends to experience an amazing summer in NYC! Kate from Hotel Giraffe has graciously compiled a list of some of her favorite ways to celebrate the season!Continue Reading
For you ballet lovers and music lovers, the ballet scene in New York is a wonderful place to be and can always keep you on your toes! With Lincoln Center being a nice walk or a short car ride away, what a great way to spend your night!
This year’s spring season, American Ballet Theatre’s 75th anniversary season, at the Metropolitan Opera House began on May 11th and will run through July 4th. Upcoming ballets to be performed are The Sleeping Beauty (June 8-13), Romeo and Juliet (June 15-20), Swan Lake (June 22-27) and Cinderella (June 29-July 4).
American Ballet Theatre is a classical ballet company in New York City and has been performing at the Metropolitan Opera House (pictured below) at Lincoln Center since 1977.
A very special and unique position demands a very special person to fill the role. For guests at the Aria Hotel, our Musical Director, Kornél Magyar, is an ambassador of music and culture, and all things Hungarian. A perfect fit for the position, even Kornél’s last name means “Hungarian.” As a performing artist and music critic from Hungary, Kornél studies mainly traditional and classical music of India and Indonesia. Since 2001, he has been performing and teaching ethnic music genres, but now as Musical Director, he oversees all musical programming and guest experiences at the hotel. He curates the hotel’s music library collection, uses his relationships throughout the city to liaison partnerships with music venues in the neighboring area and coordinates musical experiences for our guests.