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The Hotel Royal, as it is called by the inhabitants of Budapest, boasts a rich history that adds to its prestige. It opened in 1896 for the celebrations surrounding the Millennium Exhibition. At that time, the Hotel Royal was the biggest building on the boulevard and offered all the modern conveniences of the era. It was a place where the musicians and intellectuals of Budapest met. Bartok, the composer, and Joséphine Baker, the dancer, were regular guests of this prestigious hotel and used the impressive dance hall to perform.
After several renovations, the establishment has now adopted a more modern style, but an atmosphere reminiscent of the turn of the 20th century can still be felt in certain areas.
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