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T. G. Masaryka 413, Jachymov 362 51 Czech Republic
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#1 of 6 in Jachymov
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4.2
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4.1

Looking for a place to stay in Jachymov? Then look no further than Radium Palace, a family-friendly resort that brings the best of Jachymov to your doorstep.

Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Radium Palace offer a minibar.

During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. Guests of Radium Palace are also welcome to enjoy a pool and a lounge, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, there is paid private parking available on-site.

Should time allow, Church of St. Joachim is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Radium Palace as you experience everything Jachymov has to offer.

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Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Hiking
Airport transportation
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Paid wifi
Hot tub
Indoor pool
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Special diet menus
Mini golf
Skiing
Car hire
Business Center with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
Spa
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Salon
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
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24-hour front desk
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rtanger wrote a review Mar 2022
Atlanta, Georgia12 contributions10 helpful votes
We live nearby, across the border in Germany - and were curious to experience this hotel, which is one of the largest hotels offering spa treatments etc. in this historical 'spa triangle' of north-western Czech republic. We chose one of the higher-end rooms since we heard that this would mean having your meals in a special smaller, higher-quality restaurant (the 'blue saloon'). The room was huge - very clean and comfortable - although it didn't have a shower (?!), which we found strange, given that the facility had a major overhaul not so long ago. As some other reviews suggested, the impression we had was of a 'sanatorium-hotel' - i.e. the majority of guests staying there at the time were there for the various treatments and to avail of the famous (but medically unproven) 'radon baths'. We were curious about that aspect - but were mainly interested in spending a relaxing few days in a nice hotel, with nice surroundings. Which was certainly an issue - Jachymov turned out to be a rather run-down and shabby small town, with absolutely nothing else interesting to offer. We ended up going on day trips to nearby Carlsbad (beautiful old Europe style - plenty of great hotels - the fantastic GRAND HOTEL PUPP, similarly priced as the RADIUM PALACE - will definitely be our choice next time) and into the hills of Western Bohemia. - Not to forget however: by far the best experience at the RADIUM PALACE was the food; as predicted by friends, the meals, including service and atmosphere, in the BLUE SALOON were excellent, we really enjoyed that part.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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všudedobředomanejlíp wrote a review Mar 2020
Prague, Czech Republic15 contributions30 helpful votes
Hotel in a nice place with helpful staff. Excellent therapeutic conditions. The location is a beautiful ski resort. Město Jáchymov není příliš zajímavé, ale okolí je krásné vhodné pro výlety. Využití lokality po celý rok.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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R B wrote a review Feb 2019
new york, United States13 contributions13 helpful votes
Radium Palace exceeded my expectations in all categories. I came for the intensive radon bath treatment, but this facility offers many other therapeutic programs as well. The radon bath treatments are considered “alternative” in the US but considered mainstream in Europe, Russia, and many other countries; its safety and efficacy are backed up by medical research; and the national health plans of some Euro countries cover it. People come here year after year because they get relief from pain for long periods of time. On the other hand, where I come from, opioids are usually prescribed for intractable pain. Keep in mind that RP is primarily a medical facility though skiers stay on the weekend and there are a few day trippers. The entire RP is spotlessly clean, the doctors and techs thorough and professional. The service is wonderful. English is spoken at the reception desk, but you would be wise to brush up on Czech or German. The food is outstanding. Breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets offers a wide variety of delicious and well-prepared food—everything from roasted salmon with capers to couscous and feta stuffed eggplant. RP offers outings to nearby historical spots and evening entertainment. There is a lot to do in the beautiful village of Jachymov. Bring hiking poles.
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Date of stay: January 2019
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manalfawzyelsayed wrote a review Aug 2018
Kamala, Thailand27 contributions8 helpful votes
It s a clean hotel.the rooms are clean.very good location lovely view.Friendly people.Medical wise isn't very efficient.The Radon bath not always clean.They have some experience therapist but very few.The rest aren't very efficient. The timing of the procedures is very short.The food improved a lot this year.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled
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Colaco wrote a review Mar 2018
Lisbon, Portugal64 contributions45 helpful votes
Is a very pretty palace but overpriced. The receptionist was very nice. We stayed in a junior suite, everything was cleaned. The suite has a small living room and a sleeping room. Not big but also not to small. The tv is only for the living room. The bathroom didn’t had tissues but the water pressure and temperature is good. We book with half pension more 10€ p/person the total was 180€ for 2 people. The food is very poor and in the restaurant that closes at 19.30, the service is very bad the responsible from the restaurant was very unpleasant. We were the last to dinner at 19.15 and there were a lot of tables in the windows empty, they do didn’t let us eat there because you have to stay always in the same table. I think they have special customers. They had feio buffets that they say one was French the other Czech cuisine, in the end were both the same. I ask for a beer and because I didn’t have the room card I had to pay immediately after ordering...the spa is ok but small the water in the swimming pool was colder than they announced. The jacuzzi is small and the older people look at us like that’s there place we shouldn’t be there. The next day we went to have breakfast and the hidden table that they gave us was already full so they gave us another (smaller) and more hidden. They had still more empty tables at the windows with a view but that were not for us. We cannot take pictures in the restaurant 😧. It looks like this hotel is used for people to do treatments. We felt like outsiders and not welcomed.
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Traveled
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marielund wrote a review Jun 2017
Batemans Bay, Australia12 contributions9 helpful votes
It is said that people come here with sticks and go home without them. This year we decided to visit the West of the Czech Republic the green mountains of "Krušné Hory" known for their spas. These mountains create 120 km border between the Czech and German countries. There are many paths for walking and cycling. Beside the natural beauty there are hot mineral waters. Jachymov waters contain Radon. Radon has healing properties to treat disorders of musculor skeletal system, rheumatic illnesses, disorders of spine and joints and many others. The hotel has a medical staff which decides what treatment is good for you. There is also a wellnes and relaxation programme. The beautiful hotel was build in 1912 in neoclassical style. The staff speaks English, German, Russian and other languages. It is the staff which makes your stayvery comfortable, always smiling and ready to help.The meals are calculated inCalories and there is a choice from seven meals. The breakfast is buffet based. Beside the health care , the hotel also organises concerts and half a day excursion to local castles, chateaus, monasteries and others. I have met a number of people who has been returning here for twenty years. We had a very pleasant and healthy stay. Thank you staff of the Radium Palace.
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Date of stay: June 2017
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Room Tip: We had a junior suite, it was adequate for two.
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Susanne J wrote a review Sep 2016
Benque Viejo del Carmen, Belize38 contributions41 helpful votes
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I just spent three weeks at this hotel with my mother for medicinal reasons. I want to point out right off that this is the main purpose for this place. If you are looking to spent a 'family' vacation with kids, you'll be disappointed. I want to add, that we had the Superior Plus, which was a nice upgrade with excess to a small private restaurant. I've read all the reviews before I arrived and some were very unkind and gave the place a bad look, which it really doesn't deserve. I'll address these as follows: 1. "Looks like a hospital". Yes, you might say that, when you walk on the floors, but you have to remember when this place was built, around the early 1900's. The place is spotless and in excellent condition with simple, but elegant rooms. And no, we never heard ANY noise from the hallway outside. There is noise on Saturday and Sunday night, when they have a band playing downstairs outside, when it's good weather, but otherwise peaceful. We slept with the windows open the entire time. We had a spacious suite with a large bathroom. The only drawback of that bathroom was the fact, that all the rooms in that category had deep bathtubs, which are hard to get in and out of. So no showers!! That doesn't make sense, when you have people coming there for treatment for joints, etc.i complained about the very hard mattress and was given a pad underneath after the first night and extra feather pillows. 2. "The food was awful". NOT true. Granted, we were in the upgraded room and were able to order all carte, but there were plenty of selections off the buffets in the other restaurants besides the daily meals. The food in the 'Blue Restaurant' along with most of the wait staff was fantastic!! Besides a selection of 4 to 5 different dishes you could order steak, lamb chops, chicken, veal and assorted fish cooked anyway you liked it. I wish the food hadn't been as good, as it was hard not to eat well and plentiful. The waiters bent over backwards, especially Stanislav and Petra. My mouth is still watering, when I think about all the delicious dishes I had. We had our own table every day. 3. "The town's buildings are in bad shape". Yes, when you go further up the hill, they do look run down, but this is a very poor area and a lot of those buildings are under monument protection and the owners probably don't have the funds to repair them. One thing to remember, if you come there for treatment and not just vacation, is to be very specific about your ailments. There are 3 or 4 different physicians. One of these will do your initial exam to determine the right treatment plan. The young female doctor who saw me initially did not prescribe the treatments I really needed and I wasted my first week with 4 daily treatments, that didn't really help me. I've been a nurse for a long time and know what I needed to get. You do have the prorocative to change doctors, if you are not happy and that's exactly what I did. The remaining 2 weeks I got what I needed and it helped me greatly. The staff for the treatments are very efficient and for the most part very friendly and helpful. If someone doesn't treat you right, let the doctor know. I had this happen with the first physical therapist I encountered there and he hurt me so badly stretching my muscles that I was in tears. I didn't have to deal with him again. Also, if your massage therapist isn't doing the trick, complain!! I requested Mr. Rauscher and got him for the rest of my treatments. He's the main person, who really helped me. The surrounding woods behind the hotel are awesome!! If you are into hiking and able to, you can walk right out of the hotel and up into the Forrest. They have excellent trails. We took a bust our on one Saturday to see the surrounding area, but stayed at the hotel most of the time. The treatments (with the plan we had) kept us pretty busy. You can lay at the hotel with dollars and Euros, so we never exchanged any money. Most places around town will take Euros and it is very inexpensive. Also, if you need to take some medications, ointments or whatever from the local town pharmacy, it is dirt cheap!! If it's a prescription, try to get one from the hotel doctor and buy it there. Best way to get there is to fly into Prague and then get picked up by the hotel. We came from Frankfurt and took the train al, the way to Karlsbad. If you have a lot of luggage, which we did, NO fun, unless both all of you are able to handle your own luggage, but it's doable and affordable. Internet is available in the rooms, but unless you have an upgraded room you have to pay. It's very cheap though, like everything else. Ask me, if you have any questions, I'll be happy to try and answer your questions.
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Date of stay: August 2016
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Room Tip: Get the Superior Plus. If they have them available facing the backside, it'll be quieter on...
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Sławek wrote a review May 2016
6 contributions4 helpful votes
One big disappointment. First of all, Hotel looks nice from outside but inside looks like a mental hospital. There is very poor choice of food for breakfast and the waitress have no idea how to serve. The room is like maximum 2* standards... and there is really infuriating space between doors and floor so you can hear every sound made at the hallway. At 7:30 there is always room service barging into your room and wakes you up for no reason which is really crazy. Receptionist can type with only one finger which makes check-in at 2AM really unprofessional. The hotel itself is only for retires. No good for Family, friends, couples or business... This was for me the worst hotel ever. My no means 4*!!!
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Date of stay: May 2016
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manalfawzyelsayed wrote a review Aug 2015
Kamala, Thailand27 contributions8 helpful votes
This was my third visit,it is a classic elegant place but this summer the Spa was fully booked,the staff was not enough to cope with what we needed. Too many children playing and running everywhere ,going up and down the elevators,they stay till very late at night ,it wasn't very relaxing.Some of the nurses weren't very qualified as it used to be.when I tried to discuss the issue with the doctor (Dr.Marsik Jindrich) , he replied that he didn't have enough staff .He wasn't patient enough and when I told him that am not feeling well he replied that I will improve by time actually am not feeling very well now . The last day I met The Manager On Duty (Korcokova Karla )who was so understanding positive and helpful, but it was too late.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Hunter30062014 wrote a review Dec 2014
Yellowknife NT Canada77 contributions30 helpful votes
Spent 10 days in this 4 star (joke) hotel, never again nice hotel to look at from the outside. Went for the breakfast , which was included in room cost, the lady told me I have to sit and share small table with another 2 guests , well I have asked her for small table for my self, but no , can't be done, so I told them they can keep the breakfast. 4stars hotel? I don't think so , more like the komunist cantina. Smoking area outside filthy, over flowing with cigaret buts, just disgusting , hey, us smokers we are not 3rd class citizens , we are paying for your salary, so no discrimination , please. The manager have to be called and ask to get it clean up, what is she managing a dump?
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Date of stay: November 2014
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$137 - $142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
Czech RepublicBohemiaKarlovy Vary RegionJachymov
NUMBER OF ROOMS
19
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Frequently Asked Questions about Radium Palace
Which popular attractions are close to Radium Palace?
Nearby attractions include Baby Jesus Trail (Jeziskova Cesta) (3.7 miles), Fichtelberg (5.0 miles), and Muzeum Královská mincovna Jáchymov (1.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Radium Palace?
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 Radium Palace?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Radium Palace?
Yes, paid private parking on-site is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Radium Palace?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurace U Vidliček, Kozlovna Placka, and Jachym Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Radium Palace?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does Radium Palace have airport transportation?
Yes, Radium Palace offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Radium Palace offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business center and meeting rooms during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Radium Palace?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Russian, and Czech.
Are there any historical sites close to Radium Palace?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Štola č. 1 (1.4 miles).
Is Radium Palace accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.