Category: hotel, historical monument
A building of European renown and a venerable history, it is located in the inner city of Szeged, on the bank of Hungary’s second largest river, the Tisza. The building is bordered by a promenade running along the river on one side and a major artery of the city on the other side.
Property development, in cooperation with or as commissioned by a financial or strategic investor, could take any of the following forms:
Stefania Palace opened to the public in 1897 and soon it became one of the three most valuable buildings of the city. After World War I the property was converted into a hotel, which operated until 1976, although it was nationalized in 1949. The inner city location as well as the historic past and reputation of the building justify the restoration of its grandeur through renovation. Currently the building stands empty and unused.
Introducing the planned, new hotel:
Conferences and banquets:
fitness hall, a Finnish community sauna, an aroma steam cabin, a hydro massage tub / Jacuzzi, hair salon, cosmetic parlour, manicure and pedicure parlour, card-controlled access – not for hotel guests only.
Investor target groups:
Property development firms that are interested in building/operating hotels.
Present technical parameters:
Area of plot: 1,796 m2
Gross leasable area: 6,286 m2
Other : A protected historical monument