The property is in a quiet, remote location, exudes tranquility and elegance. What makes it less than exciting is really the personnel that seemed aloof and disinterested in making our stay better than average. We read about a welcome drink after our arrival, and it was funny that in fact I did ask if I could have a glass of wine as no bar and no cellar was available at the hotel. Wine tasting should have been arranged days earlier. There was a group of employees at the outside pool, which is a great piece, but we were greeted with a short good day and no one talked to us. It turned out they were lined up for filming an episode of a well-known Hungarian food blogger. We had dinner at the restaurant, and the food was great, but the serve was again minimalistic. The TV channels are indeed unenjoyable as pointed out by many others (poor reception - fortunately we never watch TV so this was not a major issue for us). We had a quiet night and a reasonable breakfast buffet service. This was August, which is considered high season in Hungary, yet it felt like an absolute off-season experience. Dull, impersonal, and forgettable.