The building that houses Le Meridian Budapest was built in 1918 as a pre-modern office and apartment building for the Italian Adria Insurance company. During the World War II the building was severely damaged and it was converted into the headquarters of the Budapest Police department. In 1997 the Police moved out and the hotel opened in 2000 after a complete reconstruction of the building.
The hotel was designed by architect Ezra Atiah in a art deco style and received several awards. It is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, located in the center of Budapest, facing the Elizabeth Park and near the famous Vaci Utca pedestrian Walk.
ARR&D Interiors was responsible for the procurement of the interior decoration and finishes including the millwork, marble works, lighting and FF&E.
ARR&D Interiors was in charge of the procurement process for interior works as a whole. Translating the architectural project into a reality, ARR&D Interiors followed all fit-out working process of the various areas: rooms, lobby, restaurants, bars, SPA, meeting and events areas.
In the second phase, ARR&D Interiors provided services for FF&E, OS&E and artwork, sourcing out and searching for final products.
Project by: Arch. Ezra Atiah