My review is pretty neutral only because I have stayed at so much nicer and cleaner places for the same price. But you have to remember this is a small town in Hungary. It's an incredibly old building that they try hard to make competitive, and it does look elegant on the surface, but it's really just on the surface. They know there are few other choices in this area so they don't try too hard. The staff are "professionally" friendly, but only as much as they needed to be. Know that when checking in, it will be near impossible to find a place to park, though afterwards they do have a parking garage. You will have to get out of your car to buzz in, that will be fun during the Hungarian winter. Also, they don't have true climate control systems. It's either Air conditioning, or heat depending on the time of year. My stay was in early October so my room was very warm and musty smelling. They have these strange little mothball looking things on the floor, but they don't help much. If it's too warm, they tell you to open the windows. Problem is there are no screens, so bugs and spiders will make their way into your room at night. The carpet looked nasty, and there are no outlets available as they are all used by lamps, and its very dark if you unplug the one at the desk to use your laptop. Overall, it's "Okay" for what it is, but don't get swayed by it's bedazzled appearance as it only "window dressing" Its a very old building, and its like a maze trying to find your room.