We attended a wedding in May 2014 at Bodrogi Kúria. Unfortunately, there was no hot water on the first floor and it was not repaired the following day either. During breakfast, almost all the bowls were empty 20 minutes before 10 a.m. and were not refilled, even though many guests were still eating. When the coffee machine was out of milk and was not refilled in half an hour, our friends asked for coffee from the waitress, but she could not leave her "territory" to ask the bartender (max. 10 metres). They were directed to the bar, where they were billed 1.5 times the price of a coffee in Budapest.
When we wanted to try the wellness spa, the receptionists said it could only be used with the room keys, and only until 11 a.m. We would have had to pay another night to try the spa.
All in all, it was quite obvious that we were unwanted guests, which contradicts with the fundamental principle of operating a hotel: hospitality.
I would also degrade the hotel to maximum 3 star.More