If you would like to relax and unwind or just have a rest during your holiday, within 300m you can enjoy the wellness&spa in Life1 Corvin Wellness Club with services on more than 3000sq. The centre is fully air-conditioned and was designed to welcome enabled clients as well. Gym is equipped with the latest Frevola running and Star Trak cardio machines, all together 48 pcs. The modern cardio machines provide interactive entertainment including television, internet and games.

They offer more than 40 different classes including high energy, holistic, dance, strength and conditioning classes. The exercise classes are so enjoyable and such fun that when you’ve tried one,you’ll be coming back for more.

A 23m long swimming pool, saunas, steam rooms, jacuzzi, massages and beauty salons guarantee the recreation and relaxation in the wellness section.

Free WiFi is available

Ticket price 1500HUF/person, buy your ticket at our reception


A unique shopping experience in the best Shopping Center within 500m

  • 34,000 sqm of gross leasable area

  • one level dedicated to food court and restaurants

  • over 100 shops

  • wide variety of shops including supermarket

  • electronics, fashion&footwear, services, etc.

  • with a strong focus on international brands


Monday to Saturday 7:00–22:00

Sunday 7:00–17:00



On site

Playing area: 1200 m2

Nr. of live game tables: 9 pcs
4 American Roulette, 5 cards
(Blacjack, Punto Banco & Ultimate Texas Hold’em)
Nr. and type of electronis roulette machines: 8 pcs
Alfastreet, Amatic Grand Jeu, EGT Vega8, Novomatic Novo Unity 2, Interblock Ministar Roulette 8 seat

Nr. and tipe of slot machines: 228 pcs
Novomatic: Gaminator 4, Super Gaminator, Super Gaminator Slantop, Dominator, Novostar VIP
EGT: VegaVision+ Slantop, Premier 24
Amatic: Performance Grand Ark

Live games and slot machines can be played with cash (HUF). Currency change is available at the cassa.



Mlinar Coffee (in front of Corvin Plaza left side, with fresh pastry, burek, pizza, quality sandwiches, breakfast), open from Monday to Friday: 8:00am – 10:00pm, On Saturday from 8:00am till 6:00pm

Costa Coffee (in front of Corvin Plaza right side, where you can buy coffees, sandwiches, breakfast), open from Monday to Friday: 7:00am – 10:00pm, On Saturday from 8:00am till 9:00pm

Cserpes Tejívó (over the Plaza direction to the metro, with salads, milk, cacao, joghurt, handmade pastry) open from Monday-Friday: 7:30am – 10:00pm, Saturday: 9:00am till 8:00pm


Bombay Curry Bar (A great choice for the fans of Indian food, direction to the Plaza right side), open Monday to Sunday: 12:00pm – 10:00pm

Hummus Bar (Healthy and tasty food with vegetarian meals direction to the Plaza right side), open Monday-Friday: 11:00am – 11:00pm

Amici Miei (A nice place with Italian food and Italian atmosphere direction to the Plaza left side) open Monday-Saturday: 10:00am – 02:00pm


Within 3 metro stops, 15 minutes, you can find the city’s new culture Club. Gozsdu Udvar (meaning ‘Gozsdu courtyard’) is a Hungarian success story. This bustling complex is located in the old Jewish Quarter and consists of seven buildings and a passage formed with six interconnected courtyards.
This is where some of the city’s best ruin pubs, restaurants, cafes, bars and art exhibitions can be found, and the atmosphere changes from day to night. Come in the daytime and expect relaxing vibes for enjoying a coffee and cake, or visit at night for its edgy nightlife and crowds bar hopping until the small hours.
There is a craft and vintage market at the weekends which is definitely worth browsing around for its eclectic mix of items on sale. Gozsdu also plays host to the Jewish Summer Festival on one


Just 10 minutes, 2 metro stops, you can reach Váci Street, what is probably the most famous pedestrian street of Pest, an integral part of the historical city centre, and a shopping zone in the centre of the city’s social and business life. Váci Street is the scene of vibrating social life, promenading, sightseeing among historical buildings, a setting for meeting friends and for rendezvous.

Today’s Váci Street was formed by the merging of several public areas in 1899, when it received its current name. From the 1980s its northern part (north of Elizabeth Bridge) has become a pedestrian street. Thanks to the urban development projects of the last few years the southern, less prestigious part of the street was also turned into a promenade. Currently over 500 different shops, services and hospitality facilities are available for visitors in Váci Street.