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Hotel Taverna ****:

  • the only hotel in the elegant pedestrian and shopping zone, in Vaci utca with 230 rooms
  • function rooms
  • banqueting facilities, restaurant, brasserie, Zsolnay Café, Grill bar
  • garage and air-conditioned rooms available

Hotel Liget ***:

  • hotel with 139 rooms alongside the City Park, near the Epitok-Liget Congress Centre
  • air-conditioned rooms and garage available, bar, sauna, solarium

Hotel Füred ***:

  • hotel with 152 rooms at Lake Balaton
  • garage available, bar, sauna, solarium
  • conference facilities

City Panzio Chain ***:

  • pensions in the inner ciy of Budapest altogether with 100 rooms
  • three-star hotel comfort

Place for meetings and conferences:

Epitok-Liget Congress Centre:

  • the best function room facilities in Budapest
    for 30 to 300 persons and VIP room
  • special conference package at the most
    reasonable rates
  • parking facilities for cars and buses
  • auditorium for 1,200 people
  • technical facilities
  • catering service

Hotel Taverna ****:

  • the only conference and meeting venue in
    the elegant pedestrian and shopping
    zone, in Vaci utca
  • function rooms for 15 to 150 persons
  • banqueting facilities

Catering and Restaurants:

  • Owner of the only Hungarian Restaurant Chain in Budapest
  • catering practically for anyone and anywhere
  • "Official Caterers to the Hungarian Parliament"
  • "Official Caterers to the Hungarian State Opera House"
  • out-door parties with show kitchen and ox-roasting

Ground Services:

TAVERNA Tourist Service:

  • transfer services
  • guaranteed programmes
  • ticket and restaurant booking
  • tailor-made programmes and packages

More information:

TAVERNA Hotel & Restaurant Company
Sales Department
H-1056 Budapest, Molnar u.28.
Tel.: (361) 118-0436
Fax: (361) 138-4622
Internet: http//
Hotel Füred Balaton Convention Centre ***:
  • all year round conference facilities from 25
    to 400 persons at Lake Balaton
  • "captive audience" situation
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