Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Cesky Krumlov does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Konvice, a nice option for travellers like you.
Hotel Konvice offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Cesky Krumlov, Hotel Konvice is located a short distance from Plague Column (0.0 mi) and Town Hall (0.0 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Kafemlejnek - Cafe and Drunken Coffee, which are some wine bars that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Cesky Krumlov Castle (0.2 mi), Historic Center of Cesky Krumlov (0.1 mi), or Cesky Krumlov Walking City Tour (0.1 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Hotel Konvice puts the best of Cesky Krumlov at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Awful and Arrogant and made a misfortune mistake stopping here when my other first choice restaurant was too busy! I asked for a table for one,got sat down with a menu and I literally just managed to take my coat off and was rushed to order. I said well I'm not ready I just sat down, the woman who if smiled would crack mirror just glared at me then asked the table next to me who had actually been there before me. I guess she was in a rush to get rid of the solo diner. Meanwhile the waiter on the table next to me was being condescending to some japanese tourists trying to explain the bill and that they now owed a tip after they paid for the meal. Not a great start to my dining dining experience..... A few mins later the guy came over and took my order. I then went to the ladies room ( less than 5 min) and when I came back my meal was sitting there. They brought it whilst I wasnt even at the table!!!! And it wasnt hot it was like warm. I asked if it was a main as it had only 3 2cm sized cubes of meat in a gallon of sauce and dumplings. They said yes and proceeded to talk about me in Czech ( the female) thinking I didnt understand it all. They offered more bread dumplings I declined. I dont see a main being 3 cubes of meat 2cm long. That's starter. I have travelled all over the world last 15 years so I'm not being naive or ignorant here. I then ate asked for the bill It was brought over and made CLEAR tip was NOT included. Happy with that they didnt deserve it. So I didnt pay it. Was patronised by the female waitress telling me to face a good new year as a result. Atmosphere... they want your money and for you to eat and get out. I'd never go there again and in a town where there are 100 other choices for food. Choose more wisely than me!…
Quaint hotel in the city center, close to all. Rooms are spacious and clean. Front desk gentleman carried our luggage to our rooms which were one and two floors up - no elevator. Restaurant on-site. WiFi did not work in the room, but did by check in. Must buy a driving permit if you want to drop luggage in front of the hotel only between the hours of 1500 to 1030. Parking is a 9 minute walk away. Had to pay for extra pillows about 4 Euro - that was a small negative. Would stay again - great price with morning breakfast.
Stopped at this 500 year old venue on an impulse following tour of town. Located off the main square, this place caters to tourists as well as locals. We sat next to two German business men who have lunch here when in town. Conversation was a bit difficult but congenial. Server spoke good English, and, we discovered, German, Czech plus Russian. The establishment has upper indoor seating as well as a terrace which overlooks the old town. Our orders included trout with salad and potato, rabbit with dumplings, accompanied by Czech Pilsner and their original Budweiser For dessert we had a home made honey cake and coffee. Food was delicious, quantities adequate, the dessert Devine! Interesting observations by server who has worked here for five years: Russians are arrogant, Americans are crazy!…
Great location and stunning view of the tower from our room. Reception service was excellent and good for local recommendations. Breakfast is included and restaurant service friendly and the food good.
We stayed one night here while in Cesky. It is a great location with proximity to all sights and restaurants of town. It was extremely warm when we were here, so lack of air conditioning on the second floor did not bring relief, BUT we were able to open the windows and have a wonderful breeze coming in all night. There was a DJ party almost next door to this hotel in a park and he was playing till 23:00+. So with our windows open this was super loud in our room and lots of people walking by all night long. The bathroom was upgraded, and the wardrobe was beautiful. The authentic flooring and structure were true to their age. The front desk was EXTREMELY helpful with everything. Parking is not nearby. We did have drinks and dessert at their terrace with a beautiful view of the castle. We also had the free breakfast - it was okay.…