PALACE & GRAND HOTELS, LUXURY BOUTIQUE HOTELS (PEST, BUDA & CASTLE AREA), AND LONG-STAY APARTMENTS (PEST DOWNTOWN)
HOTEL CORVINUS (*****L): Managed
since 1992 by the oldest European hotel group., the Kempinski Hotel
Corvinus keeps remaining one of the best 5-star luxury hotels in
Budapest: this symbol of modern Budapest is situated in the heart of an
elegant pedestrian shopping area ("Fashion Street") and financial
district. The Vörösmarty Square, Chain Bridge, and St. Stephen Basilica
stand a short walk away.
THE RITZ-CARLTON BUDAPEST
the neighboring Kempinski Corvinus to the Marriott, Budapest hotels
nowadays meet the same high standards of extravagance and comfort than
those in Paris, New York or Singapore. But, besides the Four Seasons Gresham
Palace, the city was lacking a real palace hotel with a wow factor.
Though our lucky eyes have seen the best which the hospitality industry
can produce, and despite our experience with what The Ritz-Carlton can
provide worldwide in terms of ultimate luxury, we must confess that
their new Budapest property made us much impression. Is that possible
that a hotel in Hungary can compete with Le Bristol Paris, The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok,
Ritz-Carlton Central Park New York ? It is, and we are staying in
this hotel for a couple of days.
INTER-CONTINENTAL BUDAPEST (*****): Ex-Forum, upgraded to five star, this is one of the leading business hotels downtown. Greatly situated on the Pest side embankments, right next to Chain Bridge, voted "Best View in Budapest", the hotel overlooks the Danube and Castle Hill, while maintaining easy access to the shopping and business districts.
Those who, like us, stayed at the Forum some years ago will still recognize at the Inter-Continental Budapest the same faces among the staff: from the doorkeeper till the concierge, it is among the best-trained and friendly in Budapest. What changed is the lobby. Once quite standard, it is now warm and ritzy. Intimate though overcrowded. Bustling with life.
The 398 rooms and suites have received a remarkable lifting. Large, they are generously equipped with all the five star amenities: minibar, safe (good!, it can accommodate a laptop!), dual IDD telephone line, dataports for speed Internet connection (Internet is also available through the TV), and cable TV. Lavish marble bathrooms: with telephone and loudspeaker, ideal to listen CNN or classic music relaxing in the tub. There is, of course, independent heat and air conditioning control. We firmly advise tourists using this hotel when visiting Budapest to do like us: definitely book a "Danube View". They have 210 of them, displaying from the giant windows a fairy panorama over the river, the Chain Bridge, and the Castle. By night this is a fairy. We kept our curtains open most of the time not to miss one minute of the "show". 16 Business Rooms and 6 Business Suites will fit the CEO and other executive tastes: suitably equipped with ergonomic chairs, halogen lamps, extra power outlets and dataports built into an oversized work desk, they all come with office supplies, printer / copier / fax with dedicated telephone number, and coffee / tea making facilities.
For a reasonable extra charge, it is possible to enjoy a VIP stay at the Club Inter-Continental Floor. Situated on the top two floors, its accommodations are the ultimate in personalised luxury. Its guests can use the Club Lounge, where expanded continental breakfast is served in the morning, snacks and beverages throughout the day, including beer and wine in the evening. The Club Lounge also includes a separate Business Centre with computer stations and a dedicated Concierge who also handles private check-in and checkout services. It is appreciable to be informed that a eight-person boardroom can be used on a complimentary basis: very useful, indeed.
We came that time as tourists, with a family, and could testify that the hotel is perfect for such a stay also. We crossed in the lobby many leisure travellers. It brings the hotel a smiling counterbalance to its dedicated business activity. We had the high-tech fitness club, sauna and pool almost for ourselves: swimming with a view over the Castle!
The Inter-Continental Budapest takes much of its fame, among guests and local residents, from its Corso Restaurant & Bar. This where we had each morning the best breakfast downtown. A real feast for the gourmet! OK: they forgot the French cheese, but what a paradise if you like salmon, grilled cod, salami from Szeged, chewy bakery, fresh bread with poppy seeds... or Japanese soup! Trendy, the dinning room opens on a terrace right on the Danube embankment ("Corso"): the most fashionable promenade in Budapest.
East and West Meet" is the hotel motto. Already effective
location, high quality of service and high profile clientele, this is
reinforced by the opening, in September 2000, of the largest and most
advanced Conference Centre in Hungary. Though cyclopean, we felt there
like in the metro at 8 am: the place is indeed more than successful
companies. Even the showpiece of the Conference Centre, a 772sqm
(roughly equivalent to the size of a football field), accommodating up
to 1,500 people was like overflowed. Which doesn't affect the hotel's
at all, due to the clever fact that the Conference Center has its own
INTER-CONTINENTAL BUDAPEST: Apaczai Csere Janos u. 12-14, H-1368 Budapest V
PHONE: (36-1) 327.6333 FACSIMILE: 327.6357
CORINTHIA BUDAPEST (GRAND HOTEL ROYAL) (*****): The Grand Hotel Royal re-opened its doors a few years ago, in its original glamour. The CORINTHIA group of hotels has invested over 100 millions Euros to make a legend reborn. Symbol of history, culture, architecture and Hungarian tradition, it long time aimed to be the premier hotel in town: a challenge achieved three years ago, with opening of its sumptuous SPA.
The listed façade of this landmark looks as royal as the golden light enhanced palatial atrium lobby, where Italian marble shines in its most arrogant prosperity. A monumental staircase drives to the imposing turn-of-the-century Grand Ballroom: jewel of the hotel, it can host up to 400 guests for very special social events like fashion shows, diplomatic dinners and balls. The Corinthia Budapest is conveniently situated in the heart of Budapest, on a boulevard close to the main business district and shopping area.
We stayed in one of the 98 Executive Rooms, which we found sumptuous. Those upgraded rooms are located on the first and second floor, with a view onto the Grand Boulevard or the Atriums. The doors as well as the furniture are made of mahogany. The wardrobe bureau top is in marble. All rooms are equipped with two telephones. All the ritzy bathrooms are covered in marble and include a hairdryer, telephone, bath with separate shower, radio, shaving socket, and upgraded toiletries. Privileged Executive floor guests can have a supreme breakfast at the Executive Club Lounge. Opened all day, it serves complimentary soft drinks, coffee and tea with snacks. After 6pm, all Executive guests can have free pastries, hot snacks and alcohol. The lounge is connected to high speed Internet, which can be used on the same complimentary basis. The service in the lounge was excellent when we discovered the hotel, right after its opening, few months ago; since, it almost reached the highest degree of perfection.
The 285 Superior rooms are also very high standard. Spacious, they are richly furnished with white wardrobes and medium cherry bed headboards, side tables and desks, all of them have a trouser press. Bathrooms are en-suite and include hairdryer, telephone, bath with separate shower, radio, shaving socket and Trussardi toiletries.
The pinnacle of luxury can be experienced in the 6 Junior Suites, 22 Deluxe Suites, 2 Ambassador Suites or in the glittering 240 m2 Presidential Suite: its seven bay windows enjoy the dominant view of the main thoroughfare. With three bedrooms, each with a large double vanity bathroom, library/study, sitting room and dining room, it houses the rich and famous visiting Budapest. State presidents, rock and movie stars just stay here.
The Corinthia Budapest is also the most modern and largest conference centre in Hungary: with 3,600 square metre accommodating 2,200 guests! It was voted the "Best five star hotel in Hungary", has won the prestigious title "Best Hotel Architecture in Europe", and was awarded "Best Five Star Hotel", "Best Hotel Conference Facilities", and its Rickshaw Restaurant & Sushi Bar as "Best East-Asian Restaurant" in the city of Budapest.
bars and fine dining restaurants.
Anticipating, friendly and efficient staff. Guests feel like at
Just try to book in advance, as the hotel shows high occupancy almost
(*****): This new luxury
boutique hotel operates since 2009 in the very heart of
the best rooms have a view of the Hungarian National Bank, Hungarian
House of Parliament and other landmarks. The River Danube, St Istvan
Basilica and famous shopping
Vaci street are located a few minutes walk away, across the most
elegant streets of the historical, commercial and parliamentary quarter
SOFITEL BUDAPEST CHAIN BRIDGE (****L): French hotel group Accor just took over the management of the former Atrium Hyatt: making it the first SOFITEL in Hungary. One of the top five hotels in Budapest since two decades, it has lost a bit of its fame with the opening of the outstanding The Ritz-Carlton, Gresham Palace, and further more up-to-date luxury hotels. It still has nevertheless a dreamed location on the Danube embankments, in the very heart of the city, with immediate reach by foot to the major tourist attractions and downtown main business spots (banks, national and international companies headquarters…).
The 351 rooms (including 54 suites) are conveniently large and comfortable: accessible by the disabled, nicely furnished, they feature two IDD telephone lines, state-of-the-art television system, “music and video on demand” service, safe deposit box, mini bar and, last but not least, high speed broad band Internet access and wifi. Two third of them overlook the Danube river, the Chain Bridge and the Castle Hill: the best view we have ever experienced over Budapest from the Pest side of the river. The highest is the room, the best is the panorama (and somehow the service): our heart beats for the wonderful Executive Rooms, located at the top Executive Floor. Only accessible by lift with a special magnetic card, this is a Paradise in Heaven! The Sofitel Executive Lounge, provides a range of complimentary exclusive services discerning traveller is looking for: such as continental breakfast, all day tea and coffee, newspapers and afternoon snacks and drinks. We appreciated also the possibility to use the attached boardroom, accommodating up to 10 persons: also on a complimentary basis. Another benefit is the half hour massage offered at every stay (wonderful to get rid off jet lag).
Another pleasant spot in the hotel is the fully equipped fitness center, with indoor swimming pool.
With convenient meeting and conference facilities, this is a fine corporate hotel.
MAMAISON HOTEL ANDRASSY (****L): This Bauhaus-style Boutique hotel is located in the leafy, prestigious Andrássy Avenue (the Champs Elysées of Budapest). A safe diplomatic area, a short walk to the National Opera House, Heroes’ Square, Art Gallery, City Park (Varosliget), and the legendary Széchenyi Thermal Bath.
Built in 1937, once a residence for high ranking Communist Party executives visiting Budapest, this smart building has been completely redesigned into a little gem of a hotel: with many balconies and terraces, a large and smart lobby ideal for discreet meetings (and therefore much frequented by diplomats), and 69 spacious, recently re-designed Bauhaus rooms and suites.
Room size starts from 18 sq. m for a «Classic Queen», up to 35 sq. m for a «Deluxe King». We stayed in one of the 7 apartments. Our 70 sq. m «Business Suite», featuring a living room with a meeting table for 6 people -ideal for a confidential and comfortable conference- was nicely appointed, with a separate bedroom, four-poster bed, large writing desk, balcony, central AC, minibar, laptop size safe, IDD telephone, satellite TV including CNN, PAY-TV, HIFI, en-suite bathroom with jacuzzi and Pascal Morabito toilet kit. This category of apartment is usually a corner suite, oriented both on a quiet shady street and on the Andrássy Avenue. Quite a similar comfort can be found in the «Ambassador Suites» (same size), and slightly smaller 40 sq. m «Junior Suites».
Note that all rooms and suites are connected to high speed free Internet WiFi, accessible also from the lobby, restaurant and conference rooms.
Classic room rates from EUR 150; superior, deluxe rooms and Suites are available at attractive price, with many packages. Rich Buffet Breakfast (20 EUR per person) served in the trendy La Perle Noire Restaurant & Lounge (with a green, welcoming summer terrace) located besides the lobby.
The staff were very friendly and called us by name: which is not very common in Budapest, and reflects very well the five star services of the hotel.
NH HOTEL BUDAPEST (****): The first NH Hotel in Central Europe is centrally located in one of the most attractive district of Pest. Right behind the Vigszinhaz (the oldest and most prestigious theatre in Budapest). 500 meters to the West train station, the “West End Shopping Center” (a big mall with more than 400 shops and 20 cinemas), and the bridge over the river Danube. The residential Buda side and the green recreational Margit Island (ideal for jogging, swimming or undergoing SPA treatments) are a five-minute walk away. Main banks, ministries and House of Parliament can also be accessed by foot.
The exciting location of the hotel is complemented by a very high level of comfort: making this brand new property one of the very few real four star hotels in the capital city of Hungary. Our inspection stay was more pleasant that we could have imagined: we expected to find a business hotel, and finally stepped into a stylish, human sized home away from home with and anticipating service. The lobby is trendy, astonishingly spacious for a 160 rooms hotel. It opens on a smart atrium, invaded by the sun the day of our arrival: giving it a somehow Mediterranean touch. A touch that goes up to the large, contemporary and elegant double bedrooms (there is no suite): tropical wood and rich fabrics, intelligent lightning (like adjustable bedside light: allowing night lecture without wakening your partner), and amazingly complete equipment (possibility to choose the kind of pillow you prefer, wonderful toiletry kits for men or women, cosmetic mirror in the bathroom, coffee-making facilities…) give this hotel both American comfort and European elegance. Of course, all the “basics” are here: IDD Telephone, TV Sat, ISND-LAN-Analog Internet, minibar and safe. WIFI will be operating soon.
All guests can use the fitness center and the sauna, free of charge. The later is large, pleasant, and equipped with air-heated beds.
Nice restaurant and lobby bar. Room service with a large selection of dishes. Very high tech meeting rooms (250 sq meter for up to 250 seated guests). Underground car park.
Those coming by car will find the hotel easily: there are plenty of signposts everywhere outside and inside the city showing the way!
The room rate is particularly attractive: it stands between EUR 109 – 129, depending of the low/high season.
HILTON BUDAPEST (*****): Opened in January 1st 1977 at a historic site on the Castle Hill in Buda, the medieval heart of the Hungarian capital, it integrates into a modern structure several remnants of a 13th century Dominican cloister and monastery that originally stood on the site before world War II. It is necessary to step inside the lobby, turn left, then right after the very animated piano bar, to observe the ruins of a chapel where concerts are organized on a regular basis. The courtyard has been partly reconstructed into its original style, giving access to the best wine cellar in town (splendid collection of rare Tokaji, sold out by glass). We dropped at the Hilton first time more than 20 years ago. It is still one of our favourite traveller experiences in Budapest: the feeling is unique, and can be hardly described.
Recently, good piece of news, the Hilton Budapest which could have lived centuries on its historic advantages and superb location atop the Castle hill, became a real top class hotel. Dropping the dark brown standard rooms and suites decoration, its efficient management refurbished it such a successful and tasteful way that it looks brand new.
The 322 guest rooms have either a street view or a Danube view. Of course, our choice basically goes to the latter. There are no rooms anywhere else but in the Hilton with such a panorama over Pest and -when the weather is fine- the Great Plain (Puszta). From the large Corner Suites, the impression is simply breathtaking. Those are our favourite rooms, together with the cozy and glitzy Duplex Suites (very much recommended for families; though all with a street view). Completely redesigned with colourful fabrics, fine wall to wall carpets, and trendy furniture, each room is equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning, IDD telephone, radio, Sony plasma Sat TV, large safe and plush bathroom equipped with exclusive LaSource by Crabtree & Evelyn toiletries. There is an Executive Floor with a fine Executive Floor Lounge. It might be wise to book there, at a limited extra fee: Executive Room Services include plenty of advantages (complimentary morning newspaper, tea and coffee making facility, bathrobe and slippers...). The most interesting remaining the access to the lounge for complimentary breakfast and free drinks at happy hours. Fine for relaxation!
The historic structure of the hotel cannot support a swimming pool; but there is a brand new fitness room with a sauna and a high-tech Precor® exercise room.
Reputed caterer, the Hilton Budapest is completed with the reputed restaurant Icon facing the romantic Fisherman's Bastion. This is also where the buffet breakfast, featuring some fine Hungarian specialities and pastries, is served in style, by one of the best trained F&B staff in Hungary.
The smart meeting rooms and impressive ballrooms (the largest, located on the lobby floor, discreetly fitted with a built-in sound system, state-of-the-art lighting with LCD touch panel and built-in screens, can accommodate up to 650 people) host the most prestigious venues in town.
Highly reputed concierge, and efficient staff.
Rates start at EUR 210-240 for a classic single. For a EUR 30 surcharge, you will certainly like a river view. A EUR 50 supplement upgrades you to the Executive Floor. Interesting special packages.
This is a DANUBIUS hotel.
CASTLE GARDEN (****): We got this comtemporary nicely designed hotel
warmly recommended by the Budapest Board of Tourism, and quickly
understood why. Many factors play in favor of this small luxury
property, with a real family atmosphere.
HOTEL GELLERT (****): By nature and tradition , this is the real and perhaps last Hungarian palace hotel. During our previous visit, three years ago, rooms where still quite "baroque"; not to say shabby, with their somehow pleasingly picturesque "Brejnev" style. In the real challenge to develop the deluxe hotel industry in Budapest (many five star hotels will open sooner in town) the cyclopean front rooms and suites, with an amazing view on the Danube, have already undergone a splendid refurbishment. As Gellert lovers, we were quite afraid to see our hotel being standardized the Hilton or Inter - Continental way. Entering our huge corner suite 404, recently redesigned with superb Art Nouveau furniture, beautiful carpets, deep sofas and precious fabrics, we felt happy to see that the Gellert, on its way to be a five star deluxe palace hotel again, developed successfully its so sweet old-fashioned atmosphere. Step by step, the all Gellert is being restored in its turn-of-the-century splendour: high profile travellers, booking nowhere in town but here, will love it at first sight. They will also like, indeed, the obvious improvement in term of service: staff is now one of the kindest and most efficient in town. We particularly enjoyed the friendly and attentive maids, who actually like pampering the guests. They make you feel home.
But the Gellert is much more than a palace: since the beginning of the century, it remains the most impressive and luxurious thermal bath in Hungary . Perhaps even in the world . So, one or two hours before trying the "gargantuesque" buffet breakfast, we kindly advise you to jump into the Rococo marble swimming pools (there is one inside, and one at the open air: with artificial waves ! ), to have then a good steam bath surrounded by Art Deco mosaic figures, finishing the circuit with a strong and relaxing massage you could receive from a Schwartzenneger type typical eastern "lady". Richard Nixon, Pahlavi Shah, Arthur Miller and Otto von Habsburg - certainly the most faithful guest - are part of the hall of fame.
The Gellert is the last monument surviving the authentic perfume and atmosphere inherited from the turn of the century "Mittel Europa": only for this reason we pay gratitude and respect to this "old lady". Very reasonable prices, including breakfast. Excellent restaurant, with a reputed Gipsy band.
This is a DANUBIUS hotel.
The absolute must in town !.
ART’OTEL (****): With 164 rooms, we could hardly call this striking place a boutique hotel; though, when in the fashionable, very smart lobby, we had a strong feeling of intimacy which doesn’t reflect the actual volume of the hotel. Smooth and trendy, the Art’Otel is indeed one of the most prestigious addresses in Budapest. It was tailored made for a new generation of young, wealthy travellers. A friendly, quiet and open-minded clientele which creates an atmosphere you don’t find anywhere else in town. Second characteristic of the hotel: it is fitted like a gallery, displaying the artworks of the world-renowned US artist Donald Sultan everywhere your eyes can see. Even the carpets, tableware and fountain design have been designed by the artist. Hope you will like it; else… open your room window, and enjoy a well worth the trip panorama on the Danube and Pest. From this side of the river, only the Hilton can compete! The House of Parliament and the Chain Bridge are just opposite. This is simply wonderful! Just mention, upon reservation, that you want a Danube view, because many rooms are oriented to the Royal Castle Hill, which is also very lovely.
The contemporary rooms are of course extremely comfortable. All featuring bath or shower, air conditioning, minibar, hairdryer, safe, SAT & pay TV, IDD & voice mail telephone, PC port, and wireless LAN. Non-smoking rooms and rooms for physically challenged people available. Some suites: well fitted for business travellers and families alike.
Excellent, high quality breakfast, served at the “Chelsea” restaurant, in the Baroque section of the hotel. Gentle staff which makes you feel home away from home, indeed.
Rate goes from EUR 200 till 300 for a nice room.
DANUBIUS HEALTH SPA RESORT MARGITSZIGET (****): Totally refurbished into a trendy and top comfortable spa resort, the former Hotel Thermal is pleasantly situated in the heart of Budapest, on the upper east side of the green and flowered Margaret Island. With the in-house Danubius Premier SPA as a main attraction .
The Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget has long been established as a centre for the treatment of rheumatism, or muscle and joint disorders. In 2001 the spa department was completely renovated and enlarged with a new look and design which impressed us quite a lot : the aging guests still come to receive highly efficient treatments for locomotive disorders, circulation problems and convalescent therapies through balneo and hydrotherapy, mud packing or physiotherapy… Among many new categories of treatments promoting health, relaxation and general well being, which are targeting a new category of clients : middle aged leisure travellers and young executives, actually attracted by rejuvenation. The Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget new concept and its Danubius Premier SPA have been tailored made for them. Not only for its brand new equipment, impressive number of hot/cold thermal or sport swimming pools (indoor and outdoor), but also for its unmatched views across the island, the Danubius Premier is considered as the leading meeting place for the happy few. The 400 sq. meter fitness club features, features 35 stations of equipment : with classes of aerobic, spinning, stretching, step, yoga, and thai chi.
The 267 rooms (including
rooms, connecting rooms and specially equipped rooms for disabled) are
large, pleasant and comfortable. Air-conditioned, they are equipped
a large safe and PC/Internet ADSL socket. Last but not least, they have
lovely park and Danube view. We stayed at the Executive Floor
and 9th floors), where rooms are equipped with tea and coffee facility,
and where breakfast is served in the cosy intimacy of a top floor
This hotel, offering attractive rates and SPA packages, is also reputed for business meetings and seminars (with 16 function rooms, suitable for 60-300 persons) and for its restaurant Platan with a pleasant garden terrace.
GRAND HOTEL MARGITSZIGET (****): If one hotel in town should compete with the sublime and glamourous Gellert, this should be the Grand Hotel Margitsziget. This hotel of high tradition, erected in 1873 according to the plans of Miklos Ybl (the architect of the Opera House), has been the home away from home of illustrious guests like King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, Queen Farida of Egypt, the former Prince of Wales, Nikita Krushchev and Burt Lancaster. Back to the scene of the top 10 best hotels in town since its lattest refurbishment, in 2000, this is the sister hotel of the DANUBIUS HEALTH SPA RESORT MARGITSZIGET located just opposite. It shares its fitness and SPA facilities, medical care, and sport indoor/outdoor swimming pools.
The 164 guestrooms (including 8 suites and 2 Presidential Suites) are elegantly furnished in classical style softly blending historical atmosphere and modern comfort. Each room has air-condition, PC/Internet access, coffee/tea-making facilities, built-in safe. As a bonus, there is a breathtaking view to the park or the River Danube. Non-smoking and non-allergen rooms, and rooms for disabled available.
Attractive rates and very interesting SPA packages.
The hotel is also well known for its gourmet restaurant Széchenyi with beautiful garden.
MAMAISON RESIDENCE IZABELLA (*****): One of best established, centrally located extended-stay hotels in Budapest. Housed in a luxuriously renovated nineteenth century building, situated next to the corner of Izabella Street and Andrassy Avenue, close to Oktogon, this top class property is in immediate proximity of the city centre, while enjoying the feel of this prestigious residential area.
Residence Izabella offers spacious, furnished residential apartments, and a variety of hotel services. This is the ideal place for who looks for more space, more equipment and more flexibility than a classic hotel, at a money saving rate.
The trendy and tasteful interior design is a reminiscence of a New York, Manhattan loft: warm, sophisticated and homely, enriched with a collection of modern drawings by the reputed artist Zita Adam. Apartments enjoy a variety of fancy designs, colours and furniture types. We liked very much the wise addition of small personal touches everywhere in the 38 apartments. Large, fully furnished and equipped, they rang from 45 sq m to 97 sq m, with up to three bedrooms. Each of them displays a separate bedroom, fully equipped kitchen, lounge, dining area and facilities such as Hi-Fi, WiFi, Sat TV with DVD, etc.
The service is anticipating, by the young and smiling staff providing a family atmosphere: it includes traditional breakfast, room service, laundry, concierge and secretarial services but also a number of features including massage, fitness, etc. DVDs, CDs or books are also available at the reception.
In addition, the residence incorporates a wellness club: including sauna, massage, fitness and also one bar. Multifunctional room (with meeting facilities, home theater, ...). Private parking provided.
If the Residence Izabella targets long stays, business travellers and tourists with a family are also part of the distinguished clientele. The latter like to stay at ease in what we consider the largest and best value for money suites in Budapest.
The Mamaison Residence Izabela is one of the Mamaison Hotels & Residences.
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