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Hotel Aqua Eger

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This intimately small hotel is located in one of Hungary's historic spots - in the shadows of the castle of Eger. There is no Hungarian who does not know of the battles between their ancestors and the occupying Turks preserved for eternity by the novel "Egri Csillagok" (Stars of Eger).

There are also three pools located in its neighborhood: Bitskey Aladar covered pool, the Turkish Baths and the Thermal.

There are only 16 rooms, each with its own bath, color TV, mini bar, telephone and internet connection. Five of the 16 rooms also has a kitchen corner making it an efficiency unit.

The hotel has its own covered parking facility and conference room to accommodate between 25-40 people making the hotel suitable for business meetings.

Champ's Pub in the hotel serves lunches and dinners to guests and the public but they are also equipped to cater your events.

Outside there is a shaded Grill Terrace, able to accommodate 80, serves grilled meals nightly. Hotel guests receive a 20% discount at both restaurants.

Contact Information:
Hotel Aqua Eger
3300 Eger, Maklári u. 9.
Recepció: (+36-36-512-510)
Étterem: (+36-36) 512-512
Fax: (+36-36) 512-516
hotelaqua-eger@t-online.hu

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