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Park Hotel Minaret
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Reviewed October 21, 2013 via mobile

Good for the price. Good food, good location and friendly personnel. The rooms are nice and comfortable. The parking ability is not so nice, but for 1000 HUF pro night you can use a closed park house (approx 80m from Hotel). I recommend this place.

Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
2  Thank Crosstourer
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Reviewed June 27, 2012

The best with the hotel is that it is situated right in the middle of this small town. The famous old minaret (don't forget to climb it, the view is nice from its balcony) is 10 m from the entrance.

Within 10 minutes walk you will find many nice restaurants and the famous Eger fort.

The rooms are OK. No luxury.

The contents of the breakfast was a little different each morning.Don't be too late, otherwise some dishes may be missing.

There is a private, fenced-in parking 100 m from the hotel (the hotel will arrange the reservation and you pay at the hotel) but it cost you 800 HUF/day (June 2012).

Room Tip: Room 7 (single) OK, provided that you don't mind that the view from the window is almost non-exixtent.
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled solo
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1  Thank eraenfa
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Reviewed July 17, 2011

Two guys on a road trip. We were just looking for a place to flop and enough hot water to wash the grime off us after spending two weeks working on my farm. We went UP the stairs and the room served us well. When we woke up the next morning, the weather was perfect so we decided to stay an extra two days to spook around the city. DOWN the winding staircase we went to go exploring. If you turn left from the hotel and walk toward the city center on your right you will find a "csukraszda", a Hungarian pastry shop that is A-One. We had a breakfast of double espressos and sugar and buzzed off for the day. A little later the weather changed and we went back to the hotel for wind breakers. UP the stairs, getting out of the way of a large group of elderly ladies coming DOWN the stairs who were there on a bus tour. Coming DOWN the stairs, we ran into the Hungarian National water polo team coming UP the stairs. We squeezed into the corner as these giants passed.
We slept late the next morning and found no hot water for our showers. The little old ladies had gotten up early and run ALL the hot water down before their bus picked them up. We went to the cathedral and the bishop's palace to see the camera obscura (must see!)
The next morning we got up early, had a LONG hot shower and went DOWN the stairs. We stopped at the little corner market for coffee and snacks before setting off for the castle, which is only a few blocks DOWN the hill and then quite a hike back UP the hill. It is really worth the hike...great museums and views. After the castle we went DOWN the hill, and then went DOWN the stairs to have dinner at the Feherszarvas Vadasztanya...one of the best, if not the best restaurant in Eger. Back UP the stairs for the night.
The next morning we went DOWN the stairs and next door and brought back our coffee to sit out on the back terrace. That is when the desk clerk asked why we didn't just get our coffee from the free breakfast (there's a free breakfast?) We went out to the terrace and found the pool which we didn't know about. Lesson learned: ASK what is available at the hotel upon check-in. Finished with our coffee, the clerk asked us why we hadn't gone to the top of the Minaret, "It is just outside the front door and has the finest view of the city. Only 210 UP steps to the top." We never made it to the top of the minaret.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Donbacsi
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Reviewed July 13, 2007

We stayed here at part of a Rick Steves tour, and it was nice enough (and that shouldn't be taken as a negative). It's inexpensive and the service was good. It has A/C and our room was right over the entrance looking to the minaret (which you can climb). The hotel sort of sprawls in a lot of directions and many rooms are conversions that worked well. There is a pool in the courtyard (an above ground one that isn't too big and wasn't heated much but felt good). The breakfast room in in a kind of basement but it was spacious and offered quite a lot of food. The front desk people were good.

As for it's location, it's perfect. It was no more than about 3 blocks to the heart of the city plaza... and everything in the core of Eger is close to everything else.

Stayed: June 2007
3  Thank MARK K
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Reviewed April 16, 2018
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Room Tip: A 10-es szobában nem nyílik az ablak a függöny miatt. Szóval, azt ne!
  • Stayed: April 2018, traveled with friends
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