Hungarian investor winds up HUF 2 bln medical Borostyán hotel

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Hungarian investor József Boros on Friday inaugurated a HUF 2 bln medical hotel in Nyíradony-Tamásipuszta, eastern Hungary, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

The Borostyán hotel, with its 50 rooms, including 18 family suites, provides health screenings, consulting and out-patient medical procedures, Boros said at the inauguration, according to MTI. Approximately half of the investment was covered by European Union grant money.

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