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Loucen Castle

Loucen 1, Loucen 289 37 Czech Republic
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#2 of 2 hotels in Loucen
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English, Czech
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Free parking
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Soundproof rooms
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Extra long beds
Bath / shower
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Grade: 44 out of 100
4Restaurantswithin 5 miles
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Sofia R wrote a review Mar 2018
4 contributions5 helpful votes
We've stayed one night at a castle apartments and the room itself is very nice. Bed is comfortable, everything is a little used but that's not the worst part. For the one-night stay we have experienced: 1. Hair of the waitress in a coffee 2. Turned off sauna in a public wellness (I mean, if you could call it that way.. the place is very dirty and looks more like public pool) 3. NO HOT WATER IN THE ROOM. Why the hell do you put a bath tube if you can't fill it with water? Girl at the reception just said "well, the boiler is empty". Exactly, I paid 200 euro for a room just to hear that. 4. It turned out that we have received a downgrade without even notice from the hotel and not returning us the difference. And many other things, which are too stupid to point them all out. Arrogant manager, who said we are lying about the lack of hot water, or first denying the downgrade and later saying "Well, the difference is only 200 czk, what do you want?" Overall, the experience was VERY unpleasant and I would never recommend this hotel to anyone
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Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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hanna j wrote a review Aug 2017
London, United Kingdom9 contributions1 helpful vote
We got married in Zamek Loucen 14 years ago so we have warm feeling towards the castle/chateau. Zamek Loucen has since been done up and the grounds, rope park for kids and labyrinths are truly fantastic. Unfortunately the same can’t be said about the accommodation, restaurant or the pool. We stayed in Furstenberg castle suit. The rooms are very specious with two bathrooms. The four poster bed and bedding were very comfortable and the room also had a Nespresso machine - very pleased. What you see on their website is more or less true view of the room, however the major let down is the upkeep and functionality of the rooms -see pictures. We had massive sound and TV system in corner of the room… unfortunately the only place you could view the TV was from the shower or the bath... forget about watching TV from the comfort of the four poster bed! One of the loos didn’t work for the duration of our stay even though we asked for it to be fixed. Mirror on the wall was unusable due to high… No dressing gown or slippers or even a towel for our daughter…(perhaps kids are not considered to be a customer). Welcome pack was nowhere to be found, so every info needed we had to run many sets of stairs down to the hotel reception.…We located the pack on our last day buried in a draw we didn’t even know existed… and the state of the pack…! Scrunched, stained paper in plastic folder… none of the grandness this room would deserve.. The room felt very dusty, no bedside table on one side of the bed.. If something is priced as top on offer it should also look the part. Very disappointing. My parents stayed in Maxmilián Hotel by the castle – basic small rooms. The breakfast was included in the room price, however nothing to shout about really. Food and drinks tasted cheap and looked unappealing.... Very, very basic. The restaurant is another let down. ¾ of the menu are drinks and only minimal amount of dishes on offer. What’s there is tasty, but nothing you would go to a restaurant for. The pool…. Well, it is good it is there, but it looks more like a council facility than a hotel tranquillity one. The pool was in a need of a clean. Sauna was not working. Zamek Loucen is perfect for a day trip to explore the grounds and the castle, but accommodation, restaurant and the whole hospitality experience is absolutely not worth it. What a shame.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Trip type: Traveled with family
IvPa wrote a review Mar 2017
Brno, Czech Republic28 contributions1 helpful vote
We have arrived around 12 o'clock. The receptionist looked very stressed and nervous. We have asked if our room has been ready although we knew that check in was at 3pm. She has started to explain us with the usual phrase without even checking the booking. So I have asked her if it was possible to leave our baggage. With rolling eyes she has finally checked our reservation and realised the room was ready. Suddenly she has changed her behaviour and started to be nice and she has escorted us to the room. The rooms was really nice and spacious. The bathrooms bit older and faded. Another disappointment was breakfast which was more like 3* then 4*... The surrounding was really nice also as the atmosphere. Tour in the castle was also nice as well as the labyrinths around 😊.
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Date of stay: November 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
dryadka wrote a review Feb 2016
Prague, Czech Republic118 contributions14 helpful votes
We didn't stay in the hotel, but we visited the castle and the park labyrintharium. The castle tour was really interesting and fun, the guide was dressed as a butler, and beside the facts told stories and jokes - I rather liked him. Even though the castle interior isn't large, you can learn many interesting things on the guided tour. My favourite was probably the children book written by real princess displayed in the library. In the park there are many kinds of labyrinths, and you can spend a nice afternoon to walk and discover them. It's good attraction for children and adults with the soul of a child ;) The park is big and really nice, a bit on the wild side, but we liked that it looked like a real forest in some parts. The castle restaurant was quite a surprise - we expected a luxurious restaurant, but it was more like a buffet with a choice of few foods. That being said, the food was good (If you like sweets, order "Čápy" with plum jam and poppy.)
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Date of stay: September 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Namesti1973 wrote a review Nov 2015
Prague, Czech Republic14 contributions16 helpful votes
I haven't stayed at the castle overnight but I have visited twice with my kids and their friends. There are 11 mazes and labyrinths for the kids to run around in...some are easy, and some are not! There is also an extensive playground with climbing, some small rope courses. The castle itself is beautiful and when we did the tour (on our first visit 2 years ago), the guides were dressed as princess and prince. We were just there this past weekend, and they had an extensive program planned with music and short theater performance, falconry show and more. Restaurant offers decent food and there are a few kiosks selling snacks, potato pancakes, etc. While my kids ran around the mazes, my husband went on a run around the property. Even though we have been twice, I would go back again.
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Date of stay: November 2015Trip type: Traveled with family
$103 - $195 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Czech RepublicBohemiaCentral Bohemian RegionLoucen
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Frequently Asked Questions about Loucen Castle
Which popular attractions are close to Loucen Castle?
Nearby attractions include Zamek Loucen (0.04 miles) and Rozhledna Romanka (3.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Loucen Castle?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Loucen Castle?
Top room amenities include a minibar, a refrigerator, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Loucen Castle?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Loucen Castle?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Loucen Castle?
Conveniently located restaurants include Piano Nobile Restaurant at Chateau Mcely, Pizza2You, and Restaurace u Otomanských.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Loucen Castle?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Loucen Castle located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.1 miles away from the center of Loucen.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Loucen Castle?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Czech.