Our choice of the best hotels in each destination.
In the heart of the historical centre of Brno, Hotel Grandezza Luxury Palace has undergone careful restoration to bring it back to its turn of the century splendour. One of the most striking features is the original hand-painted glass ceiling in the reception lobby. Each room has a unique view of Zelný trh square with its famous Baroque fountain or one of the city’s landmarks Peter and Paul Cathedral or Špilberk Castle. The view from the Onyx Tower Suite is particularly special.
This five-star urban hotel is ideally located in the centre of Brno only a short walk away from the main sights of the area such as Špilberk Castle and Peter and Paul Cathedral. Barceló Brno Palace Hotel has 119 luxurious, well-equipped rooms with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, minibar, safe and complimentary toiletries. There is a lobby bar and an à la carte restaurant where guests can enjoy the hotel’s excellent cuisine. Other facilities include a fitness studio and sauna.
The warm and inviting four-star Hotel Old Inn overlooks the main square in the beautiful UNESCO town of Český Krumlov. One of its two restaurants has a terrace on the main square where you can enjoy a meal during the summer months, while the other, Grill Restaurant Katakomby, has a recently discovered gothic cellar dating back to the 13th century. There are 52 comfortable rooms and guests can enjoy swimming pool, whirlpool and spa facilities of sister Hotel Růže.
One of the oldest and best-preserved estates in Český Krumlov, five-star Hotel Růže is one of the finest hotels in South Bohemia. The boutique hotel is located in a former 16th century Jesuit dormitory in the historic town centre of this UNESCO World Heritage site. The hotel’s luxurious rooms have been sympathetically designed around the building’s original archways, painted ceiling and unique frescoes. The restaurant offers fine dining and also has a swimming pool, whirlpool and spa facilities.
Close to the majestic colonnades and mineral springs of the historic Karlovy Vary spa centre, Hotel Romance is a beautiful Art Nouveau building, with comfortable and luxurious rooms and family apartments. The hotel’s well-equipped facilities include a massage salon and spa treatments and a delightful restaurant Romance serving a variety of Czech specialities and international cuisine. The hotel’s terrace has spectacular views of Karlovy Vary’s hot spring, Castle tower and houses built in the golden age of the 1800s.
The Grandhotel Pupp in the historical colonnaded spa town of Karlovy Vary is proud to offer over three centuries of tradition, exceptional customer service and first-class guest facilities. The hotel boasts comfortable accommodation overlooking the park, and riverside rooms with traditional stucco décor. Enjoy the gastronomic delights of the restaurant and bars, a boutique zone, and even an onsite casino. The wellness centre, Pupp Royal Spa, has a pool and saunas and provides a variety of traditional and modern treatments.
Benefitting from its proximity to the must-see local UNESCO World Heritage sites of the Ossuary and the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, “The Rose” Hotel, as its name means, is set in a tranquil area of Kutna Hora. You’ll receive a warm family welcome from this comfortable hotel steeped in tradition and history. The well-equipped rooms are stylishly decorated with period antiques, and offer all the contemporary facilities you’d expect from a hotel of this calibre.
The newly refurbished and stylish holiday apartments of the Palace Kutná Hora Hotel are a convenient way for you to enjoy your stay in the romantic and historic town of Kutná Hora. Situated right in the centre, with views of many of the medieval town’s sights such as the St Jacob Church or the Plague Column, there are numerous excellent restaurants and cafés surrounding the hotel. The luxurious apartments have well stocked minibars and are equipped with comfort and in mind.
The boutique four-star Theatre Hotel in Olomouc prides itself on providing guests with maximum privacy and luxury, with 24 hour room service and reception. Part of the Holodony Resort, the hotel has 16 spacious rooms and four junior suites all simply styled and furnished to a high quality. There is a Wellness fitness and relaxation centre, and free WIFI throughout the hotel. You can also entertain yourself in the onsite casino or enjoy a meal in the Entrée restaurant.
Trinity Hotel is named after the UNESCO protected Holy Trinity Column a few steps away from the hotel, in the centre of Olomouc. It offers comfortable accommodation, elegantly designed rooms with individually controlled air conditioning and is fully non-smoking throughout. Within easy walking distance of the town centre, the hotel also offers private parking. The restaurant’s menu is based on seasonal and local ingredients and serves Moravian wines. Guests can also enjoy a relaxing massage in the hotel’s spa studio.
The enchanting Hotel Continental is one of the oldest hotels in the city of Pilsen, ideally situated in a quiet park area, yet still benefitting from a central location in the historical centre of the city. Unlike the traditional exterior, internally, the décor of some rooms is inspired by famous personalities who have visited the hotel, while other rooms are designed in a particular geographical style. There is a relaxed café and formal restaurant, or enjoy the basement Music Club.
All the spacious comfort and luxurious amenities you’d expect from a Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, in the heart of the city, just moments away from St. Bartholomew Cathedral, Plzen Zoo and the Pilsner Urquell brewery. Relax with one of their legendary beers while enjoying the views from the rooftop terrace, or make the most of award-winning service with a meal in the Pils'n'Grill Restaurant. Each room has free Wi-Fi and a 42-inch television. There is also a fully equipped gym.
You’ll find this five-star boutique luxury hotel in the picturesque streets of the Old Town area of Prague, conveniently located just a few steps away from Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge. Converted from four 17th century former bourgeoise houses, the Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa has retained the baroque splendour of the period, with a luxury-wellness Ecsotica Spa in the building’s ancient cellars providing a perfect relaxing hideaway and its restaurant, Aquarius, serving exquisite Italian food and wines.
One of the most renowned neo-gothic buildings in Prague, the Hotel Paris Prague was built in 1904 and was a symbol of the success and wealth of the city for many years. In 1984 it was declared a historical monument, but was returned to its original owners, the Brandejs family after the Velvet Revolution in 1991. Situated in the heart of the Old Town, full of Art Nouveau splendour, the hotel has been designed with luxury and comfort in mind.
To lodge at the Lokál Inn is to experience a striking combination of contemporary comfort and superb Czech cuisine. The pairing of inn and restaurant provides an unusual opportunity for sampling freshly prepared home-style Czech food and the freshest Czech beer. Rooms and suites offer every modern convenience and guests may expect to draw on a wide range of services. The close proximity of the Charles Bridge and the setting conspire to create the illusion of history drawing near.
Just off the main square in the centre of the UNESCO protected town of Telč, and near Roštejn Castle, Hotel Celerin is a small boutique hotel in the traditional style of the region. It has 12 rooms, each with an ensuite bathroom with shower, a TV and minibar. Free WIFI is available in some of the rooms and in the public areas of the hotel. Facilities include free parking, a garden with a play area for children, and table tennis.
Hotel U Černého orla is a splendid example of a 16th century grand house. It is situated in a beautiful historical square in the middle of a UNESCO World Heritage site complete with fort and ponds dating back to the Middle Ages. The castle in Telč is one of the largest and best-preserved in the Czech Republic. U Černého orla means “Black Eagle” and it has kept its hostelry tradition since 1907. The garden restaurant has views over the square.