Best Western Hotel KALVIN, Debrecen
Address: Kalvin ter 4.
The hotel has 66 rooms.
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Detailed information about Best Western Hotel KALVIN
As Hungary's second largest city, Debrecen is the cultural, scientific, economic and commercial centre of Eastern Hungary and is situated 37 km from the Hortobágy Puszta, a World Heritage site. Best Western Hotel Kálvin lies in the historic city centre of Debrecen, near the Reformed College and the Great Calvinist Church. As every important office and institution is within walking distance, it is popular with those working in business.
Every room is spacious, with direct dial telephone, mini-bar, colour TV with satellite programmes and kitchenette. Bathrooms with bath. Balcony overlooking the Great Calvinist Church and the Reformed College or the pedestrian precinct. Non-smoking rooms are available.
Restaurant with glass roof (giving a conservatory-like atmosphere), serving masterpieces of Hungarian and international gastronomy. In summer, meals are roasted on the terrace over an open fire. Vegetarian dishes are also on offer. Gösser Drink Bar and terrace (live concerts in the summer), while the Jazz Bar awaits guests.
Guest services and shops
Sauna, swimming pool and jacuzzi at the Cívis Grand Hotel Aranybika (use free for our guests), massage, currency exchange, credit card acceptance, hotel safe, guarded car park, laundry, ironing, taxi, gift shop, Internet access, room service, baby-sitting on request. Individual programme organisation to show the sights of the Hajdú and Nyírség regions and the Hortobágy.
Conference and Banqueting facilities
Excellent meeting facilities. Conference Centre up to 400 people: Cívis Hall (50 person capacity), Jubileum Hall (60), Centenarium Hall (140) and Millennium Hall (140), Jubileum + Centenarium + Millennium Halls combined (400 person capacity). Wide range of technical equipment.
Programs and sights
Sight-seeing walk in Debrecen * visit the Great Calvinist Church, Reformed College, Déri Museum, see the Munkácsy paintings, visit the Csokonai Theatre. Drop in to the Tanners' House and see masterpieces of Hungarian folk art. Visit the Hortobágy "puszta" with a 2-hour coach-ride. Learn more about how the famous black ceramics of Nádudvar are made. A trip to Tokaj, including a river cruise and wine tasting. At the Civis Bika Tanya: Goulash-party and dance learning, ox-roasting (min.50 people), open-air pig-roast (min.15 people), kettle prepared and Hungarian peasant dishes, slambuc, fish dishes, weekend grill party, bacon roasting, "lángos" and salted scone cooking in the oven.