Expo Hotel has been renovated


Dynamic Design: Interiors converted in minutes. Competition in the tourism industry is getting fiercer and only hotels that specialize in their services and interiors will be able to keep up with the expectations of the potential audience. Expectations, however, are changing rapidly, but complete interior redesigns and furniture replacements are expensive and labor-intensive, making hotels difficult to renovate. The innovative design of the Hungarian company AMA Creation, the Dynamic Design concept offers a new solution to this problem.

Congress Expo Hotel, the newest hotel in Budapest, has been reborn under the banner of Dynamic Design. The building’s developer and operator, Mellow Mood hotel group, began the complete renovation of the house in November 2008. All levels were affected by the reconstruction, with only the basic structure of the building remaining in its original form. The house has been expanded by an additional level, and on the 12th floor is a flexible conference room, a panoramic bar and the hotel’s wellness and fitness area.

The 160 cozy and spacious rooms on the 10 floors of the hotel follow the latest trends in style and service, but perhaps most importantly in terms of operation. Standard and superior rooms and suites are designed with AMA Creation’s design concept in mind so that individual visual key elements can be changed easily and at low cost. Thus, the partial or complete renovation of rooms can be an integral part of the operation in a well-calculated way.

In Dynamic Design, interiors are designed, each element of which can be quickly altered and transformed, just like a theater set. The concept is to work with modular interior design elements; flip-over and interchangeable wall coverings, creative foils, textiles and lighting solutions change your interior in minutes, but with mobile sliding elements you can easily transform your interior. Retractable and replaceable furniture upholstery and accessories, duplexing materials and various printing techniques (on interior surfaces, walls and even floors) are becoming increasingly popular.

Modern lighting technologies, colorful programmable light sources – and intelligent interiors created with the use of computer systems complete the atmosphere.