Hello everyone, I had a business travel to Nova Ves for a week and was put up in Hotel Joseph. Until I stayed in, didn’t realise how wonderful the stay was. Firstly, the built and look of the hotel is so unique and wonderful and I like it so much. The rooms are spacious well managed. The most heartfelt was, wife of the owner making Indian breakfast and dinner for me. When I was told that she watched the you tube and learnt to make food for me, i was so touched with the very thought of someone thinking of me. They were a wonderful and nicest couple I’ve met. Rare are such people we meet who really care for you and your need especially when you travel. A very heartfelt THANKS to them. I suggest everyone who travels to Nova Ves to stay in this place to experience a very personal care and love…. Thanks and Regards, Shankar…
Other than the fact that our hotel.com reservation never went through (and they were able thankfully to get us a room) this was perfect. Parking, excellent breakfast, spotless, historic building in the historic Jewish quarter (the hotel used to be the poorhouse), delightful desk staff. On arriving they gave us a glass of slivovitz (almost undrinkable czech plum brandy) and it was easily the best I've ever had (and literally the only one that had a plum flavor). Just about perfect small hotel. Room was restored historic with vaulted ceilings. Bathroom was clean, great shower although as my wife said it was ideal if you were height challenged because the handheld shower head was kind of at waist level. Quiet.
Wonderfully located in the Jewish quarter, Hotel Joseph 1699 was one of the most unique hotels I have ever stayed. Each room was differently designed. The room I got had two levels - the small lounge and the bathroom on the ground floor, while the bedroom was located on the first floor. Many steps with no elevators here, thus not for those who had mobility issues. The reception team was very friendly and attentive. The breakfast was good, too.
Nice accomodation in magic Old Jewish Town, with friendly staff and free parking place (not easy to find parking there otherwise). In walking distance to city centre, St. Procop basilic (with small benedictine garden).
A very cosy hotel at the highest spot in Trebic. located at the Jewish quarter which is the most interesting part of this town and close to the Jewish Cemetry which is really unique The service from the ladies at the reception is friendly and the rooms are spacious the only thing which can be improved is the breakfast and the lady which serves it and has a smaller smile than Mona Lisa
This hotel has unique rooms with beautiful views of the jewish quarter, each room has been designed differently and are extremely comfortable. Hotel is well maintained and have friendly staff. Breakfast spread is decent but not very elaborate.
This is a very unique hotel set in the old Jewish quarter. Rooms are quite different from each other but have a unique view of the condensed building around it. Moving around requires using many steps because it is an old building with no elevators. The reception team was very nice (Simona) and we were offered a glass of Schnapps upon arriving. The kitchen team was somewhat sour and breakfast was quite minimal for a hotel rated high. There seem no to have replacements for food items so if you wanted another piece or the last one taken before you came in, tough luck. Please note that moving around the Jewish quarter is quite physically hard with streets of cobble stones. Also be aware that the hotel does not have a restaurant and the selection around the hotel is very minimal (one fully booked restaurant, a burger place and a pub with cheese panini and a cake). It easy to get stuck without food. The hotel had a big room, free Wi-Fi, but if you wanted air-conditioning (which we didn't need) it was for extra fee, and so was a cup of tea in the evening.…
We enjoyed our stay here. It is comfortable with big rooms.Ask to see the photos of the hotel's restoration. Also ask to see the ancient mikvehs that were discovered here. I'm so glad that we stayed here.
This is a fascinating and historical hotel with comfortable rooms and a reasonably good breakfast. There is no air conditioning in most of the rooms but they do supply fans. It was very hot when we stayed here and the rooms were uncomfortably hot. Very good service and a great location.
OH and I stayed one night in this well restored high end hotel, in the (World Heritage site) Jewish Quarter of Trebic. The staff are very welcoming and professional, and our room (one of the suites) was well proportioned. We didn't have much of a view, but this is not a problem. There is an ample sized terrace with tables to sit at of an evening. Being a woman of a certain age, I appreciated the single duvets. So did OH as he didn't keep suffocating under the weight of two!! My morning shower was hot and towels plentiful. It was an easy walk into town and to the Jewish Cemetary, which is full of history and very sad in places. There is a small museum in the lower portion of the hotel. I only found it in the morning as we were leaving, but it's very interesting and well worth a look. Breakfast was beyond the usual continental fayre, as there was bacon too!! So good an experience, we have already booked another night's stay.…