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Blaguss DMC, a multi-functional Austrian-Hungarian Travel Company has focused on the MICE market since 1987. Both as a leading DMC and a Congress Bureau we cater for a most exigent clientele. Creative and devoted staff with long years of experience, solid background and personal care is the pledge of successful operations.


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New Opening...

June 2006

Blaguss Travel Ltd. – EUROMIC Hungary proudly presents the re-opening of the 5star Hotel New York Palace.

The fascinating building of the Boscolo Hotel New York Palace has regained its opulent splendour in the heart of Budapest on the Elisabeth Ring-road.
Commissioned by the New York Insurance Company New York Palace was first opened together with the “most beautiful café in the world” on October 23, 1894. The majestic building was built in eclectic style relying on Italian renaissance; its lavishly furnished interiors were designed in the spirit of historical eclecticism.  The ceiling was decorated with the marvellous panel paintings of Gusztáv Mannheimer and Ferenc Eisenhut at the entrance a fountain, in the halls Venetian chandeliers dazzled visitors.

The New York from the first decade of the twentieth century became renowned as a real literary café one of the centre of the intellectual life of Budapest. I was also a music café: from the beginning gypsy music was to be heard with brass music in wintertime. An abundance of legendary personal waiters took care of the guests, each knowing intimately the regular guests’ wishes and habits.
The First World War put an end to the first golden age of the Café and with the 1930s’ economic crisis the vivid social life calmed everywhere in Europe  so New York Café temporarily closed its doors and operated as the most beautiful warehouse in the world. It was reopened under the name of Hungária in 1954 although not as a Café but almost in its original splendour.

Contemporary New York Palace is the rethinking of the original edifice built in 1894 by the creative ideas of Maurizio Papiri and Ádám Tihanyi D. The building has an eclectic style relying on the Italian renaissance however modern contemporary interior design has gained ground in the formation of inner spaces creating one of the most dignified hotels of the world.
From Spring 2006 the New York Café welcomes its guests in all it’s former splendour recalling the milieu of the beginning of the 20th century with an additional more modern design touch.

For more information, please contact László Pásztor at

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