The Adele Boutique Hotel opens in July 2015 and it is one of the newest hotels of the city. The four-star hotel is located in a historical building from the 19th century and is under monumental protection. The rooms are classy and elegant.

The hotel has 19 rooms, among 3 apartments and 3 suits, sauna, relax area, fitness centre, inside garden plus breakfast room. Start your day with our continental breakfast buffet including local specialties. After that, you can experience lifestyle, culture, nightlife and shopping in the city, within walking distance.

Adele Boutique Hotel is one of the newest hotels of Pécs

We have special offers and programmes during the whole year.

Rooms and apartments

You can choose between 4 room types: all rooms are classy furnished, air-conditioned, Wi-Fi accessed and equipped with LCD TV, radio, room safe, minibar, shower plus hair drier. If necessary, there are baby cots, baby-chairs and baby-bathtubs available. Between the rooms and public areas of the hotel you will find an elevator, for your convenience. More about the rooms »

Explore the cultural capital of the city

Our hotel is located in the heart of the city, Pécs. The main square (Szechenyi Square), which is a popular meeting venue of the city, is reachable within few minutes by foot. This unique location makes it possible to experience lifestyle, culture, nightlife and shopping in the city. If you have any further questions about sightseeing possibilities in Pécs, please don’t hesitate to contact us. More information about Pécs »

The story of the hotel building

The main hotel building is over 200 years old and has already been cited in historical documents of 1712. The front cornice is decorated with granite, which has been produced by the famous porcelain manufacture Zsolnay, in Pécs. The most popular inhabitant of the building, since 1858, used to be baroness Prandau (Miss Adele Cseh). The building is since 1958 under monumental protection. The construction of the hotel is, since 2004, in private ownership. The proprietaries aimed to redecorate it pretentiously and to open it up, for the public, as a hotel.