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Hotel Harmonie

Jurkovichova alej 857, Luhacovice 763 26 Czech Republic
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#7 of 14 hotels in Luhacovice
The hotel is set in the most beautiful surroundings - a picturesque valley on one side, a deep forest on the other side. It offers 3* plus accommodation, 2 restaurants, bars, heated indoor pool, fitness centre, sauna and also conference facilities. It is only a walking distance from the spa town of Luhacovice.
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Jurkovichova alej 857, Luhacovice 763 26 Czech Republic
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Mac wrote a review Aug 2019
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Hotel Harmony and its name is just a huge sarcasm (“irony” is not sufficient). We had weekend stay voucher received as a gift and we were looking forward to nice relax. After arrival we realized nothing like Relax is not going to happen. Receptionist obviously disgusted with our unsuitable arrival (they were changing shift), then they couldn’t find the key they assigned for us, no please, no sorry for waiting, just terse “commands” what we have to, what we can eat for dinner and what is forbidden or when our procedures are scheduled. Whole hotel smells like dust (in old carpet) and mould (in old cracked walls). Room look like 80´s (in wicked way). The Classification of accommodation facilities is made for some reason! Missing obligatory equipment – trash bin, telephone, luggage rack and recommended equipment – leaflets, paper with pen, cleaning accessories. Also, large cobweb above the balcony door, used ashtray, dusty curtain, sticky table, old TV, old & smelly wardrobe with no hanger, the cheapest soap and shampoo you can find, broken balcony glass wall. You can not expect any fan in summertime (explained as it would “blow the fuse”). Wellness is just sad – hallway like in horror story, dusty old chairs, dark, order signs on the door, had no courage to try indoor pool. Half board – 1st dinner is no choice – “Chinese chicken” taste like from the cheapest dining buffet with barely 80g of rice, pea soup, pickled vegetable or canned fruit, piece of cake with 30 degrees in dining room. Drink must be paid immediately – waitress doesn´t know how to put it on the room account. Breakfast – cheap everything – ham, cheese, sausages, bread, disgusting tea/instant coffee from machine, disgusting super sweet powder “juice” and unclean cutlery with sticked leftover on it – don´t you dare to have any kind of diet! Whole stay was horrible, I think we´ll need another weekend to “digest” such HARMONY we gain by this relaxing stay.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Room Tip: There is no possibility to choose a "good room"
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Renato Z wrote a review Jul 2018
Zurich, Switzerland123 contributions78 helpful votes
The Hotel Harmonie has seen better days. It is old fashioned, 60ies or 70ies architecture, old fashioned (slow) service, old fashioned interior, and seems to have never been renovated since it was built. I was there for a scientific meeting which took place in the same hotel, but internet was spotty, and nonexistent in the rooms. Amusing: the hotel also offers "cryotherapy", which means that one can pay to be put into a freezing cold chamber for some time. Appears to revitalize the skin (?)
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Date of stay: May 2018
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Trip type: Traveled on business
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EmpireRadio wrote a review Apr 2018
Birmingham, United Kingdom201 contributions67 helpful votes
A Communist-era concrete box hotel lacking atmosphere and a little dated. Nothing inherently wrong, unless you are a disabled person, when access could be a challenge. There is a staircase to the restaurant, and no lift. Everywhere plain but clean. Our 3rd floor room was quiet and comfortable, although fairly basic. Towels were changed daily,candles rubbish removed, but beds not made up during our 2-night stay. Balcony with nice views. O!d CRT TV. No tea/coffee making facilities. Wellness facilities quite reasonable, although swimming pool not so large and water a little cold. Rather confusing finding way around and knowing what changing room to use. Restaurant a bit like a glorified school canteen. Food disappointing - Breakfast buffet not so bad, offering a selection of hot and cold dishes, but best to arrive early, as hot food put out at 7am and not replenished. Evening meal disappointing. No bread served with soup (the only starter); no great choice of main course; not large portions; and not particularly well presented. Dessert either a slice of cake, or a biscuit, served on a saucer. No tea/coffee available.
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Date of stay: April 2018
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Upper floor
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GinaHaba wrote a review Oct 2015
25 contributions5 helpful votes
Been there with mom for three days of wellness. + great massages and relaxation facility + nice and helpful staff + quiet location not far from the center of Luhacovice, as well as the dam + breakfasts with fresh bread and pastries, a variety of cheese, ham, cereals, fruits, veggies + day bar serving wine and coffee + Kofola + Wi-Fi in the room - basic/average room equipment (no kettle, no hair dryer, no fridge) - the gym was closed due to reconstruction which no one informed us about beforehand while we were booking the stay - dinner meals reminded me of school canteen - only one socket to plug electronics in in the room (two more in the bathroom, but who would want to charge phone or laptop in the bathroom, right?) Overall it wasn't an unpleasant stay, but it's also true that I don't need much. A bed, Wi-Fi and hot water will usually do. However, compared to other places I've stayed in, this one has still things to improve.
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Date of stay: October 2015
Trip type: Traveled with family
RobertVPrague wrote a review Sep 2015
Prague, Czech Republic207 contributions20 helpful votes
spent in this hotel 3 nights i august this hotel is in very nice and calm area close to the dam, very good breakfast ( fruit, vegetables, variety of cheese and ham, eggs, sausages, etc.), great view, wifi worked properly and very friendly staff, room was fine with older TV set reception desk and common areas like restaurants, corridors need desperately renovation, also didn´t try the pool - price is 60 CZK for an hour for very small pool was also quite expensive
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Date of stay: August 2015
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Harmonie
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Harmonie?
Nearby attractions include Kolonada (0.9 miles), Pramen Aloiska (1.1 miles), and Pramen Marie (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Harmonie?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and free breakfast.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Harmonie?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Harmonie?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurace Racek, Jizba, and Alexandria Spa & Wellness Hotel-French Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Harmonie?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Harmonie?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Harmonie?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Czech, and Slovak.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Harmonie?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Zbytky Městského Opevnění (8.7 miles).