When you're laying out your hotel room with en-suite bathroom -- this is a note to the hotel's architects; bear with me, I want to get this off my chest -- and you have the choice: Bedroom toward the sequestered courtyard, large, luxurious bathroom facing the four-lane road? Or bedroom toward the road, bathroom facing the courtyard? Dear architects, your choice was WRONG.
However, the towels were heavy-pile and large and soft, the bathroom was huge (my heavens, I said to myself, is that a bidet? And it was), the hot water was copious, the toiletries were excellent, the bed / TV / other room equipment, including gratis wifi access, were all first-rate, and, although we heard more rubber peeling off onto that four-lane road than we'd have wished and consequently were a bit groggily underslept at breakfast, that breakfast was absolutely wonderful, with choice, choice, choice, and all of it delicious. The staff, at the reception desk and in the restaurant where we breakfasted, were civil, accommodating, and very well versed in English and German as well as in Hungarian.
We didn't check out the billiards room with bar, two storeys down from our suite, although the young men and women whom we saw through the door as we passed seemed to be having a grand time. (Might be a bit noisy if you were lodged any nearer than we were.) And the route from the motorway to Calvary Street, poorly signed and negotiated after dark, had my travelling companion and me barely on speaking terms by the time we rolled into the private parking lot. But... small potatoes. The Kalvaria will delight you, surprise you, and make you wish that your other overnights in Hungary matched the Kalvaria's standard.
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