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Old Hungaria Hotel (Kass Hotel) - Fish festival program place
Szeged

In the heart of Szeged being a former hotel was being built in 1916, became life-threatening in 1977 then, it was locked because of this. In 1992 the proprietor a firm started into the renovation of the ancient monument building, onto the four levels turning up yet two were building, and it confirmed the construction of a building. The firm first office block, it planned a department store then into a building, opted for the hotel, onto which more applications were handed in, finally.

The Old Hungaria Hotel is located in downtown Szeged, on the Stefania. The extraordinary building served as a hotel until the middle of the 1970's. Following a through renovation, it will be turned into a four-star conference hotel, welcoming guests from 2010.

The prettiest building in downtown Szeged will be thoroughly renovated, offering convenient accommodation, exclusive services and fine conference facilities. Historical and cultural sights in town, as well as the parks by the Danube will be within easy reach for hotel guests.

Copyright: Tibor Illes
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Uploaded: 03/09/2009
Updated: 24/06/2014
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Tags: szeged panorama; szeged; hungary panorama; kass hotel; régi hungária; kass szálló; fish festival; halfesztivál
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