Hotel Loucky is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Litvinov, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a minibar and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Hotel Loucky features a 24 hour front desk and room service. In addition, as a valued Hotel Loucky guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site.
Travelers looking for cafes can head to Cukrarna U Radnice.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out St. Archangel Michael Church (1.1 mi), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Litvinov!
I stayed here on business travel to the CESKA refinery nearby and enjoyed my stay here. The staff does not speak very much english, but they were courteous and worked with all of my needs. The previous reviewer does note many defficiencies of staying in a countryside inn that is more like a B&B than a hotel. The curtains do make it difficult to sleep if you need to sleep before a night shift, but in general the oddoties described I found qute, quaint, and enjoyable for a relaxing stay. I found their breakfast to be very homemade and customizable depending on your preferences, and their dinner at the restaurant was fantastic. If you need to arrive for a late visit, they close/lock the front door so be sure they know when to expect you. Also, if you find you can here hallway noise, I recommend placing a towel at the edge of the door. I would like to bring my wife back here one day as it was a nice relaxing stay. The beautiful forest surrounding the hotel was beautiful as the snow fell in March, and the grounds were well kept.…
This hotel is near to our factory and therefore location wise it's great, but the positives really end there. Arriving on a Sunday evening the receptionist could barely tear her eyes away from the TV in the bar area in order to check me in. In my room there were two single beds and as it was the first room on the corridor the noise of the TV could still be heard. I am always wary when an establishment leaves the bath towels on the bed as if they are a special treat. Had these towels been in my own home I would have thrown them out or ripped them up as dusters. A single sachet of shower gel was also on the bed. The carpet was threadbare and the curtains only just covered the windows, but were so thin that they hardly blocked any light. In the bathroom is a 'spa shower' cubicle which has its own instruction manual. You can set it to have the radio play, lights change and lukewarm spurts of water from various angles. However my taller colleagues who arrived later in the week couldn't stand up straight in the cubicle. Breakfast is served in a room above the restaurant in the building opposite. It was kind of adequate and toast could be made, but the coffee is made and then placed in a canister. If you get there when they happen to be filling it up you are lucky, otherwise it is tepid. On leaving my colleague was charged the CZK amount for his bill, but the receptionist rang it through in Euro. Fortunately he noticed and EVENTUALLY the refund was made in cash, but I wonder how often this happens. The bar area was reminiscent of a back street UK pub circa 1976 - dark, not very hygienic and with nasty furnishings.…