Five Old Hotels Are Undergoing Renovations in Hungary’s Southern Part

Five old hotels in Hungary's Southern Great Plain region are undergoing renovations worth a combined HUF 11 billion, including EU development funding, business daily Napi Gazdasag reported on January 23rd.


In Szeged, three hotels are being renovated. The Royal Hotel, which was closed in 2007, will undergo a HUF 1.5 billion renovation and reopen with four stars. The Regi Hungaria will get a HUF 2 billion facelift, and the Forras will be renovated by Hunguest Hotels at a cost of HUF 1.5 billion. Hunguest Hotels is also building a water park, together with the local council, next to the hotel.

The local council of Morahalom is spending almost HUF 2 billion - including EU funding of HUF 500 million - to renovate the city's Hotel Colosseum, turning it into a wellness hotel.

The Petofi Hotel in Szentes will undergo a HUF 4billion renovation, transforming it into a five-star hotel, the region's first.


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