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Reviewed 13 March 2018 via mobile

This is a hotel which dates 40 years back. Except of some small details all is over 40 years old. But, it is for sure the cheapest way to stay with half board, which has a quality of a school canteen. The bar drinks are very cheap.
There is an old sauna and a massage therapist in house.
Hotel is located about 500 meters from ski slope, if there is enough snow, you can ski back.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank raduzd2017
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Reviewed 4 March 2018

The hotel is within walking distance to slope 10, which was great. The amenities are very basic and old, but clean. Suitable for large groups as they have socializing areas on each floor. Breakfast & dinner were generally average in term of quality & quantity. Very few members of staff speak English.

Date of stay: February 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank LarisaMariaPirvu
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Reviewed 2 March 2018

If you have never experienced communism you have unique chance.The time stopped in the hotel 40 years ago and apparently the hotel has been living its own life since then.

Food:
Awful.Breakfast buffet is very poor.At least the fresh pastry is served.Selection of the food is very limited.
For the dinner you need to order one day in advance from the selection of 4 or 5 dishes.The quality of the food is not good.

Rooms:
Very warm.If they are saving money then it is everywhere else but on heating.I turned off the heating on Sunday and kept it off until Thursday,opening the balcony for fresh air and it was still warm.
The furniture is outdated .The beds are soft.The bed linen were not changed.

There is also children corner available where they can play and a corner with PCs.WIFI available only in a bar and the restaurant.

There is also sauna available but without the pool.

Some buttons in the lift are missing but after a while you consider it as normal.

Location:
Very close to the ski slopes.Probably the only advantage of this hotel.

We were there a large group of parents with children for a ski training.Funnily enough if you ask me whether I would go there the next year again,I would say yes.

Date of stay: February 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank jansB5658ZJ
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Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

Magyar: A hotel régi, de tiszta. Az étel menza szerű, de ehető. Nincs wifi a szobákban, és néha meleg víz sem.
English: The hotel is old, but clean. The foods like in the school mensa, but we can eat it. There aren't wifi in the rooms, and sometomes there arent hot water.

Date of stay: December 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank SaboValentino
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Reviewed 28 February 2016

The short version is, unless you are totally restricted by price, there are probably better options nearby.
If you are still interested - read on.
The hotel is proper, old-school ex-soviet style. Rooms are basic, clean, but absolutely no frills. They do have ensuite bathrooms, but toilet is separate from the bath/sink. TV is a tiny 14" CRT box. And that's about all you get. A handful of smallish towels and a bar of soap.
Food is adequate. A good appetite after a days skiing helps :) There was nothing I couldn't eat, but neither was there anything I'd go up for seconds for. Staff are friendly and amenable (so some things have changed from Soviet times :) ). Good wifi in communal areas, none in the rooms.
Quirky negatives are threadbare carpets with bleach stains scattered about, and clunky old lifts that look like they have been painted in Hammerite 'One Coat'.
Positives are; it is just about a ski-in ski-out hotel. You will need good snow cover, and it involves a bit of pushing/walking, but it is possible. The bar is cheap - 2 beers and 2 soft drinks come in at 4 Euros 80. And there is a very good, proper soviet era wellness centre.
To sum up, if you have a hankering to experience the "Deutschland 83" thing, and dont mind no frills, go for it. Otherwise there are probably better nearby (but many of these are also with one foot in the past - think hotels Ski, Liptov and SNP)

Room tip: If its snowy, they all have good views
Date of stay: February 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank mudmucks
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