- 20 Nov 2015 2:00 AM
According to Tamás Farkas, the hotel’s managing director, the award is a global recognition because it is handed out based on votes cast by members of the general public. It honours not only the hotel itself but also the village of Noszvaj, the Bükk Hills that surround it, as well as the local environment and wildlife, he said.
The 50-room hotel, which opened in the summer of 2012, has a capacity of around 130 guests. The number of visitors to the Hungarian-owned hotel, which currently operates at around 65-70 per cent of the capacity level, increases dynamically each year. The establishment mostly welcomes domestic guests – the share of foreign visitors is around 10 per cent – and has 35 employees on its staff.
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