A lovely boutique hotel in the heart of Český Krumlov, with a taste of a medieval lodge. The room was very clean and there was a lot of space for our luggage. We stayed in a room with a view of the inner garden, and the noise insulation was excellent. The breakfast was really good, with the local Bohemian products, everything was so tasty! The staff was very welcoming and helpful! The restaurant Le Jardin is a must, very comfortable and elegant, and a refined menu, although not so expensive. I highly recommend this hotel for couples in a romantic trip.
This is a luxury property in a quiet area close to restaurants, shops, and the castle. The property is split between 2 connected buildings, with the original construction being beautifully incorporated into the design of the hotel. We booked this property at the last minute, and as the town was packed with Asian tour groups and as I specifically wanted a king size bed, we paid a ridiculous premium for an executive suite. The staff are amazingly friendly, professional and eager to assist. Our room was luxurious, quiet and large; with a true king size bed that was comfy and loaded w pillows. We were provided with early check-in, welcome drinks, coupon for use in the hotel restaurant, anniversary gift of a small bottle of wine, and prosecco with breakfast. Good breakfast buffet with hot and cold items. The hotel offers free bottled water and free Wifi but no free parking (parking is located nearby). The bathrooms were beautiful and stocked with high end bath products and thick robes but not necessarily of top construction; we had to move to a different room after complaining about the bathtub in our first room (cheap hand held shower that was ridiculously difficult to use and glass partition was not siliconed properly so we ended up flooding the bathroom floor). The negatives: no air conditioning but they do give you a room fan (this wouldn’t be enough in really warm weather so be forewarned), and for the price of the hotel we thought the breakfast buffet could have been better.…
Everything was great--location, room, breakfast, comfort---except shower in room 103 drained very slowly. But it did drain. Location was a pleasant stroll to Old Town, gate to Castle, the river. Breakfast buffet was varied and plentiful.
We booked 2 rooms in this hotel and stayed for one night. There are not much choice in this small town. The hotel is crowded with group tours. Breakfast is lousy with very little choice. You need to park your car 10 minutes walk from the hotel after unloading your luggage at a spot 20m away from hotel. Cars are forbidden to drive into the historical small town. The Roof-top rooms are terrible as there is no window but just a small glass frame high up. The rooms make us feel like living in old boarding hostel with small toilet and unpleasant room layout and bedding. The only good thing is the helpful and friendly staff. The town is lovely and worth a visit (day-trip). Overall, it is quite a disappointing stay for us.
We have stayed in hundreds of hotels over the last few years big and small. This ranks with the best. The positives: clean property and room, good water pressure in sink and bath, good room and bath lighting, quiet room, comfortable bed, clean linens, good WiFi, decent breakfast buffet, walking distance to restaurants, shops, and castle, friendly and accommodating staff, secure bicycle storage in courtyard, good elevator. The negatives: no air conditioning but they give you a room fan ( this wouldn’t be enough in really warm weather so be forewarned), bath tub with hand held shower is ridiculously difficult to use ( you end up flooding the bathroom floor ( they need a different arrangement). Bottom line- good hotel with a couple deficiencies.