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Reviewed May 21, 2015

The Oliva is a super clean hotel with a great layout that allows for singles traveling together to share the bathroom at the same time. Shower had great pressure and the windows open which allows for fresh air. Breakfast provided was simple but offered a great variety.

Room tip: I don't believe there is an elevator so if you have heavy bags or a number of bags it would be best to ask for ground floor.
Date of stay: May 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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2  Thank Shepsue1
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Reviewed March 7, 2015 via mobile

I can not say that Iam satisfied with the room in this charming hotel. The room no one had a bad smell that originated from the mildew traces located on the wall surfaces. Beside this this room has no intimacy, it's windows are so close to the street, the transportation noise comes without any problem.

Date of stay: March 2015
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
2  Thank Molnarka
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Oliva H, Front Office Manager at Hotel Oliva, responded to this reviewResponded October 3, 2017

Thank you for your review.
I am glad to inform you that during the summer of 2015 all of our rooms and suites have been renovated. This included the walls, furniture, air conditioning and comfort issues.
I am very sorry for your bad experience.
We would be happy to welcome you again in our fresh environment!

Best wishes,
Oliva Team

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Reviewed March 7, 2015 via mobile

Hidden in the historic centre of Veszprém a nice hotel with very kind and attentive personnel.
Kitchen is also good, bit pricey (as the hotel).
Rooms clean, sometimes having interesting layouts due to constraints coming from the dense layout of historical city centres.
Definitely recommended if you need a place to rest when on business or private trips in the region.

Date of stay: April 2014
Trip type: Traveled on business
1  Thank SzekelyVandor
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Reviewed February 8, 2015

Spent only one night here but was extremely impressed with the customer service, facilities and breakfast choices for such a small hotel. The dinner was first class, quick service and waiter made us feel we are the only one in the restaurant. The open air jacuzzi is a real treat! Very clean and convenient hotel, just 5 min walk from the lovely theater where we had tickets that night.
Definitely highly recommended. Left in the morning all relaxed even after one night in Veszprem. Thank you!

Room tip: Superior room next to the wellness area
Date of stay: January 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank edos1978
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Reviewed October 22, 2014

Wonderful hotel. Highly recommended. This is the offshoot of a restaurant, which is also highly recommended, both of which are perfectly located, just off the bottom end of the historical castle centre. The restaurant has been running for 14 years or so, the hotel for only a few. The publicity that comes up on the hotel sites doesn’t do the hotel justice. It represents the new Hungary, with young staff, many speaking excellent English, and spacious accommodation. The hotel is quite small, the result of the adaptation of a couple of buildings on a narrow street next to the restaurant. Our room was a suite, with a roomy bathroom, sitting room, and a good sized bedroom. The bed was a proper one, unlike so many is this part of the world, which usually have two separate mattress in boxes. We just slipped into a normal lifestyle here, and it would be perfect for a longer stay. Free wifi with no password nonsense. Dinner at the restaurant was very good, and much cheaper than a meal of equivalent quality in Vienna or Ljubjlana.
The old castle centre of Veszprem is very beautiful and amazingly quiet. It is all prepared for tourism but seems not to have been discovered yet, so you have the town pretty much to yourself. In Hungary it is hard to work out from guidebooks what the towns are really like. The tourist heart of Vezprem is nothing like such relentlessly downmarket towns as Keszthely, which can be depressing; it is more like a quiet provincial mini-Ljubljana: perfect for the discerning tourist wanting a getaway. Much EU money has been spend on restorations and museums (the Oliva hotel has also benefited from this source). Particularly interesting is the László Károly Collection in the Dubniczay Palace, which is a collection of modernist Hungarian art collected by the Basel-based art collector Károly László. This is almost a parody of what was once the popular conception of a modern art collection, filled with works that were once considered difficult but which today have a delightful period charm. There is some interesting sculpture and constructivist-type two dimensional art by artists who are not well-known outside Hungary (although Moholy-Nagy is there) but who are well worth looking at. The townscape of the castle area is exceptionally beautiful, with some unexpected touches. There is a magnificent baroque bishop’s palace, but the two churches nearby, one of which is the cathedral, are in fact early twentieth century. The entrance to the castle is a 1930s mock bastion with reliefs of angels, the kind of intervention impossible today but fitting the early modernist tenor of the László museum. There is a fair number of Sezession facades amongst those in baroque and neo-renaissance styles. At the end of the castle precinct is a parapet with an extraordinary view over the rocky end of the castle peak, with a baroque church into the distance at the left, the town beneath, and communist era high rises to the right.

Date of stay: October 2014
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Donna B
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