Looking for a place to stay in Litomerice? Then look no further than Grandhotel Salva, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Litomerice to your doorstep.
Rooms at Grandhotel Salva provide a minibar, a seating area, and a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Grandhotel Salva guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? There is paid private parking available on-site.
Travelers looking for Asian restaurants can head to Street Sushi.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out The House of At the Black Eagle (0.0 mi), U Kalicha (0.1 mi), or Church of the Annunciation (0.1 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Grandhotel Salva as you experience everything Litomerice has to offer.
We spent one night. All was very comfortable in our room. The restaurant- breakfast and dinner were delicious. Location can't be beat. But what compelled me to write a note is the fantastic staff.The waiters were chill and professional- applause to them, as well as David and Anna- at the front desk. They were super accommodating and even sent our (much needed) adapter plug to us in Prague when I accidentally forgot it in the room. Much appreciated!
Nicely furnished spacious rooms, comfortable bed, and great breakfast. Located right on the square with very easy access to restaurants, etc. Old building but fairly modern inside. Good storage for bicycles.
We stayed here for a couple of nights whilst attending a wedding. The rooms are ok but didn’t have air conditioning or tea and coffee making facilities in the room - which was a surprise. There was a good selection at breakfast.
We were invited to a wedding in Litomerice recently and decided to book a room at The Gradhotel Salva, which was previously an old fortress in the beautiful old town. The hotel was such a breadth of fresh air, from the moment you arrive to the moment you check out. The rooms are very comfortable, super quiet and the service was incredible. The hotel has an absolutely amazing artisan restaurant too, one that if you stay, a visit is a must. We had a wonderful stay, I would absolutely return to this wonderful boutique hotel, all things considered it was a perfect stay at a great hotel!
Our whole experience here was extremely pleasant. The professionalism and courtesy of the staff made us feel welcome. Perfectly located in the middle of the village with walking distance to churches, pubs, restaurants and museums. The room was clean and well stocked with additional toiletries and mini bar. The restaurant here has a brilliant menu and the ingredients are local and fresh. Well deserved 5 star rating from me.
Gorgeous facade and unbeatable location on the old square. Beautiful interior entry way and restaurant decor. Staff were friendly and we stayed with our doggie. Our room was clean, modern and comfortable. The ivy laden courtyard was beautiful and would be a great place for a summer meal. Breakfast included a wide range of fresh fruit, breads, cheeses, cold cuts and warm options. It was worth a return trip.
This solidly constructed building has been a part of the centre of Litomerice since the fifteenth century. It wears its age well and has substantial character. As Grandhotel Salva, I found it to be very well appointed with spacious, warm, clean rooms. Courtesy of the attached restaurant, Capra, an excellent breakfast buffet and a delicious evening menu are available. Pricing for both accommodation and dinner is very reasonable indeed. The location is excellent for visiting Litomerice and the surrounding areas including the German border areas and Dresden, which is not much further north than Prague is to the south. Vaclav Havel international airport (PRG) can be accessed without driving through Prague and is about 1 hour's drive from Litomerice. Since Litomerice is not a very touristy town, evenings are very quiet and a good night's sleep is assured. Staff are, without exception, friendly, helpful and professional. Coffee and tea can be made in the rooms and a mini bar is available. Parking directly outside the hotel is available by arrangement, but if this is not available due to demand vehicles can be parked in the main square. This is free 1700-0800 in the week and 30 CzK/hour outside these times. Outside the hotel there are a good selection of bars, restaurants and cafes. Be sure to visit the museum to the right of the hotel, which gives a very interesting cross section of local history from the Bronze Age through two world wars and the age of Communism. Also very near by is Radniční sklípek, an upmarket restaurant set in a deep catacomb bored into the granite bedrock. For guests with disabilities there may be issues due to the age of the building. Many rooms are upstairs. Consider contacting the hotel before booking if this will affect you.…
This is a nice hotel which has very friendly staff. The room was a bit dated but was clean and warm. There were coffee making facilities, wi fi and a large TV on the wall. Unfortunately there were no English channels.
My husband and I stayed in this hotel as part of a cycling tour through the Czech Republic. We were greeted at the front desk by David. He was so friendly and such a gracious host! The hotel sits on the town square and was remodeled a couple of years ago. We had a lovely spacious room. The breakfast options were just so beautifully and artfully displayed! (And the server said that most of the offerings were fresh from the farm of the hotel owner.) Great place to stay!!
The tone was set from the start by the friendly receptionist who welcomed us to the hotel. First impressions do matter. Modern interior within this historic building on picturesque square. We booked 2 rooms one facing a side street and one facing rear courtyard. Our 3 bedded room was light and spacious. Beds are so comfortable. A small Lavender bag is laid on your pillow instead of the usual chocolate. Highlight for us was both evening meal and breakfast next morning. The homemade ice cream and sorbet was the best I have ever tasted. There is the option of having dinner in the quiet, leafy rear courtyard or the front seating area in good weather. Breakfast offered homemade lemonade, spreads and small desserts as well as homemade bread. The usual assortment of meat, cheese and cooked option was available. A complete honeycomb drizzled fresh honey into a jar. The restaurant really exceeded our expectations. Shame we could only stay one night. Good base for visiting Terezin memorial and about 30 mins drive from German border for those who want to explore further. Buses/trains run to Prague which is about 60km away.…