The four-star, 50-room sports hotel will cover an area of almost 6,000 square metres. The new complex in Szeged will offer a large green space to its guests.
The contruction of the new four-star sports hotel in the beautiful city of Szeged will be carried out by Market Építő Plc. According to the plans, the complex will have 50 rooms, covering an area of 6,000 square metres. The building will have a ground floor plus two floors, with over 2,500 square metres of direct green space. Landscaping will include internal walkways and a parking area – reported by the Hungarian news portal Turizmus.
The ground floor will house a reception area, common areas, lobby, conference room, a 350-400-seat kitchen and restaurant, wellness facilities, terrace and a chapel. On each of the two floors, 22 standard rooms and one apartment will be constructed, as well as accessible and family hotel rooms, corridors and terraces. The attic will give place to various mechanical rooms and the roof garden – reported by Szent Gellért Fórum.
The Szent Gellért Forum Sports and Events Centre – soon to be complemented by Szeged’s new sports hotel – hosts various national and international sporting events, as well as a number of cultural and corporate events. Thanks to the project, the events centre will be able to offer a complex service to visitors and guests looking for sports and entertainment.
Meanwhile, there has been an agreement on the construction of two new five-star hotels in Hungary. At the beginning of this week, the Accor International Hotel Group and Hungarian tourism property development group Dreamland Holding made a partnership agreement to operate two new luxury hotels at Lake Balaton and in Tokaj.
Mövenpick BalaLand – a five-star hotel and theme park with 109 rooms – will be completed in Szántód at Lake Balaton, with an investment of EUR 50 million (HUF 20bn). It is part of a wider project that includes indoor and outdoor water parks and adventure parks, more than 5,000 square metres of indoor facilities (also operated by Accor) and 112 residential apartments.
The 100-room, five-star Minaro Hotel MGallery in Tokaj will be the region’s leading upscale resort and event centre. The total investment is worth EUR 28 million (HUF 11bn).
The hotels will open in the last quarter of this year – reported by Infostart.
Source: turizmus.com, szentgellertforum.hu, DNH