The Röjtökmuzsaj Palace

An outstanding attraction of Röjtökmuzsaj is the Nagy-Verseghy palace.

With the reconstruction of the manor house of the Széchényi family, the Nagy family of Felsőbük expanded it into a palace in the second half of the 18th century. It took its present form in 1926 during the time of Elek Verseghy Nagy, the Hungarian ambassador to the Vatican. The outdoor pool designed by Alfréd Hajós, the first Hungarian Olympic champion, and the Verseghy crypt also date from this era. During the socialist years, it was a children’s resort and then stood empty for 10 years. With the renovation of the palace between 1998 and 2000, it became the most exclusive 4-star hotel in the region, the Hotel Szidonia Manor.