The cellar of our hotel with its original brick walls and vaulted ceiling offers a perfect scene for informal family-, friend- or company private events. A foosball table, darts machine, air-hockey, and a pool-table provides for careless entertainment in the bar. The extravagant lights enhance the unique cellar-feeling.

The bar can give place for a maximum of 60 people, so it is an ideal venue for wine tastings, birthdays, wedding anniversaries, silver- and golden weddings, christenings, first communions, proposals, bachelor- and bachelorette parties, class reunions and banquets.

Wine Sortiment

The wine sortiment of the Esterházy restaurant and our Bohemian bar is based exclusively on qualified wines from Hungarian wine regions. Almost every domestic hungarian region, represented in our offer. Thanksfor the closely cooperation with local wineries, the wines of the Ászár-Neszmély wine region are given priority in the compilation of the white wine palette.
Addition to the wine selection, we also treat our guests a wide selection of pálinka and spirits.

The local wine region

Tata, and the Kristály Imperial Hotel****, stays at the area of ??the Ászár-Neszmély wine region . The vineyards are located on the hillsides, slopes and plateau-like areas accompanying the Bakony, Vértes, Gerecse and Visegrád Mountains belonging to the Transdanubian Central Mountains. From the 16th century onwards, manorial farming ensured the good reputation of the wines of the countryside. The XIX. In the second half of the 19th century, the famous winery of the Esterházy Csákvár Manor developed here, which gained a reputation for the region far and wide. In recent decades, the modernization of viticulture has led to a further strengthening of wine quality and an increase in the rank of the wine region. The wines of the wine region are usually produced under reductive conditions, thus retaining the intense fruity aroma and lively acids. Today, the white grapes are typically Chardonnay, Olaszrizling, Müller-Thurgau, Zöld veltelini, and among the fragrant wine varieties are Irsai Olivér, Cserszegi fűszeres, Tramini and Ottonel Muscat Hall, but Sauvignon Blanc and Szürkebarát have also started to spread. Typical varieties of the wine region include Rhine Riesling, Leányka and Királyleányka. Among the blue grapes, Kékfrankos, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Merlo, albeit more as a raw material for rosé, as red wines are not typical of the countryside.