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Zamek Hradek

Hradek 1, Hradek 342 01 Czech Republic
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Indoor pool
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Päivi P wrote a review Aug 2018
Finland104 contributions51 helpful votes
This 16th century castle was totally ruined and must have needed a huge effort to return it to it's former glory. The newly restored castle and hotel was opened only 2010 and soon after we stayed there for the first time. We have been there 3-4 times and it may tell something about the place. The castle is middle of the countryside in s small village of Hradek and it's quite a surprise to see it's light pink facade first time. The surrounding countryside is quiet but offers many great footpaths leading to the other villages or simply winding through the beautiful countryside. The rooms are more than spacious with big bathrooms - the biggest room we have stayed was around 70-80 m2! All rooms are individually decorated with old furnitures and paintings and sometimes with frescos. The rooms are like new and very clean. The staff is friendly but do not speak much English - however you will manage! There is a very good and not expensive restaurant in the castle and you can have your breakfast inside or outside. And it's a good breakfast. The big part of the charm is also the peaceful location at the small lake. There is a big walled garden and benches to sit but there are also some activities available - bicycles, long walks, a swimming hall even (a hot one), massage is also available and if you drive little bit further you can rent kayaks or visit in the nearby town, Susice or other castles.
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Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
RGRCNwFl wrote a review May 2018
NW FL99 contributions47 helpful votes
Two couples traveling together. We stayed here one night and wanted to stay much longer. The rooms are spacious, with an old-world charm. Bathrooms are newly updated. Our only complaint was the windows, which are authentic double paned casement windows. In order to have fresh air, you have to have the outer ones open, which open outwards, and the inner ones open, which open inwards. Unfortunately, in our room (20), the blinds are wood casement windows so to block light or insects, those had to be closed but couldn't be if the inner ones were open. So the room got a little stuffy. There is no elevator, and our room was up a lot of stairs that had oodles of charm. At least we had no trouble with stairs but the other couple had to take a ground-floor room because they did. Breakfast was plentiful and good quality--various cheeses and deli-style meats, pastries, baked eggs with sausage, breads, juices, coffee. Breakfast is served in the armory, which, like everything else, just oozed with charm. The front desk staff was courteous and welcoming. Apparently, despite being in a tiny town, the castle is conveniently located for many activities. We were there for genealogy research and it was ideal for us (no, the family would not have lived there--LOL).
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Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Room 5 (our companions' room) at ground level looks over the lovely gardens. 20 was quiet but...
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John Traveller wrote a review Oct 2017
Denver, CO130 contributions52 helpful votes
I was staying at this great hotel recently during a program I was participating in teaching conversational English to Czech participants. It is rated at 3 stars, but was close to a 5 star one. It took 10 years to restore the castle and convert to a hotel, and an amazing job was done. The room was beautiful, spacious and comfortable, and the hotel also had an excellent restaurant. If you're in the area, you can't go wrong here.
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Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Traveled on business
Marek CZ wrote a review Jun 2017
Brno, Czech Republic384 contributions60 helpful votes
Nice hotel in the old castle. Very nice and large room. Free Wi-Fi. Service nice. Rooms are clean, some bath equipment is not 100%, but working. Restaurant is also good, only service is a little bit slower. Warmly recommended.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Traveled on business
Holger S wrote a review Oct 2016
Berlin, Germany96 contributions34 helpful votes
Unfortunately, I only spend one night, and couldn't even try the nice SPA. Rooms and the surroundings all have been renovated to look original. The breakfast is a typical Czech breakfast, yummy bread, cheese, sausages, and so on, all in the traditional restaurant. Will definitely return!
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Date of stay: October 2016Trip type: Traveled on business
$83 - $128 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Czech RepublicBohemiaPilsen RegionHradek
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Frequently Asked Questions about Zamek Hradek
Which popular attractions are close to Zamek Hradek?
Nearby attractions include Castle Velhartice (4.4 miles), Museum of Sumava (2.4 miles), and Kaple Svateho Andela Strazce (2.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Zamek Hradek?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Zamek Hradek?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Zamek Hradek?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Zamek Hradek?
Conveniently located restaurants include U Stepana, Pivovar U Svelchu, and Restaurant Svatobor.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Zamek Hradek?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool during their stay.