Amira Boutique Hotel - Oriental experience at lake Balaton , Héviz, Hungary, Hungary - 149 EUR - 2x accommodation with halfboard for 2 persons, Unlimited use of Bath- and sauna Facilities (Berlin)

Amira Boutique Hotel - Oriental experience at lake Balaton , Héviz, Hungary, Hungary - 149 €

149.00 € 224.00 €

2x accommodation with halfboard for 2 persons, Unlimited use of Bath- and sauna Facilities, 2x massage voucher (5 €)  per person, Discounted entrance ticket to Heviz Lake Bath 

Amira Boutique Hotel - Oriental experience at lake Balaton , Héviz, Hungary, Hungary - 149 EUR - 2x accommodation with halfboard for 2 persons, Unlimited use of Bath- and sauna Facilities (Berlin)

  • Be part of this magical orient world in the Amira Boutique Hotel with Moorish and Arabic style. The elegant and comfortable furnished superior rooms and in the specially designed suites (for business, couples on honeymoon, families with children and disabled) provides you the famous orient comfort.  The fabulous orient atmosphere is waiting for you in our Oasis Wellness, where you can pamper your body and mind, and with our special wellness services and treatments we evoke the 1001 nights fable.  Arabic Jacuzzi, Turkish steam bath (hamam) and exclusive Finnish, bio and infra sauna.  Our restaurant have a wide selection of Hungarian, international, vegetarian and of course orient dishes, which makes it more colorful. You can have a special Moroccan tea or a hookah to indulge in a real orient ambient.  In our Arabic style garden you can use the exclusive swimming pool, grill and sunbathing terrace to make your holiday more pleasure on those summer days.Visit and enjoy Hévíz a natural and a famous thermal lake for bathing - swimming. It is the largest thermal lake in the world which is available to bath. The waters are reported to be beneficial for health, especially to patients suffering from rheumatic diseases and locomotor disorders, among others. Due to this, there is a thriving health tourism industry in the area. The curative effect of the lake was probably known to the ancient Romans. Coins found in the lake in the early 1980s also support this supposition. Discoveries from the age of Migration suggest that the migrant German and Slavic population used the lake as well. Written sources more than 400 years old originate from the age of Ottoman occupation.

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