76th Annual IMA World Magnesium Conference 2019

Conference Hotel:

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest
Erzsébet tér 7-8
1051 Budapest

Contact: hotel.corvinus@kempinski.com
Phone: +36 1 429 3777
Fax: +36 1 429 4777


Kempinski Hotel Corvinus

Luxury and Comfort in Budapest City Center
Located in Downtown Budapest, the luxurious Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is just a short walk away from the Danube River and all of the city’s main attractions. The hotel comprises 351 elegant rooms, including 35 chic suites with spacious bathrooms and free Wi-Fi.

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest offers remarkable culinary attractions in its Gastronomic Quarter Downtown Budapest - featuring two restaurants, two bars a coffee house and a deli: ÉS Bisztró, Nobu, Blue Fox The Bar, The Living Room and ÉS Deli.

On your business trip or on a city break, our services and facilities are on call for you 24/7. This includes our Kempinski The Spa, laundry and dry-cleaning services, 24-hour in-room dining, the Kempinski Gallery, an underground garage and more.

Book Your Hotel Reservations Today!

Don't wait! Make your room reservations at our host hotel now! To take advantage of the 2019 IMA Conference rates at the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, your reservation must be made by Monday, 22 April 2019. IMA has secured special room rates for Monday, 13 May through Saturday, 18 May, or until each day's contracted room block is exhausted, whichever comes first.

Room Rates:
Superior/Deluxe Guest Room Single Occupancy Rate: EUR 229++ (approx. $267++ USD)
Superior/Deluxe Guest Room Double Occupancy Rate: EUR 239++ (approx. $278++ USD)
++ applies to applicable 18% VAT tax, 4% city tax, and any occupancy fees or services charges that are applied to the room rate

Reservation Deadline: Monday, 22 April 2019

Check-In Time: 14:00 CEST, UTC +2.00
Check-Out Time: 12:00 CEST, UTC +2.00

To Make Your Hotel Room Reservations

Reservations can be made online through the following hotel link:

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Passport & Visa Information

PLEASE NOTE: Travel Visa Requirements… it is recommended that all delegates review the visa requirements for entering Hungary and apply for any visa documentation you may need as soon as possible.

Your passport is your ticket to Hungary - Hungary is part of the European Union, and everyone entering the country is required to have a valid passport. American, Canadian and EU passport holders can stay in Hungary for up to 90 days for travel or business without a visa, as long as the passport is valid for at least three months beyond the visit.

More information on entry for foreigners to Hungary may be found at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Consular Services site.

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Customs Information

International visitors can expect at least a probing question or two at the border or airport. Normal baggage and personal possessions should be no problem — but plants, animals, and weapons are among the items that may be prohibited or require additional documents before they’re allowed in.

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Hotel Room Scam — Warning About Housing Pirates

The International Magnesium Association (IMA) is aware of a scam where housing groups contact association members and exhibitors to "assist" with hotel reservations. All room reservations should be made directly with the hotel.

IMA has sufficient room blocks to accommodate our attendees and exhibitors at the IMA Convention rates. These other groups claim they can get cheaper rates if you book with them. Such companies to avoid, as they are not affiliated with IMA or the upcoming events in Budapest include:

Should you receive an email or phone call from any of these companies, IMA strongly recommends you DO NOT make your hotel reservation with any third party vendor. If you have already made hotel reservations through an unauthorized vendor, IMA is unable to guarantee the reservation is valid and recommends that you cancel immediately before you incur charges.

There is the potential to be left without a room and to lose money paid in advance if you book through them. A similar scam a few years ago caused several attendees to arrive in San Diego with no hotel room ever booked for them.

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