See why so many travelers make Hotel Skicentrum their hotel of choice when visiting Harrachov. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a seating area, and getting online is easy, with public wifi available.
Guests have access to a sun terrace while staying at Hotel Skicentrum. In addition, Hotel Skicentrum offers a hot tub and a lounge, which will help make your Harrachov trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Verde Rosa Restaurant and La Torretta, which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Mumlava Waterfall (0.9 mi), Wenzelkirche Harrachov (0.2 mi), or Hornicke Muzeum (0.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Hotel Skicentrum, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Harrachov.
To start, whilst this hotel is only a couple of miles from Poland, the majority of clientele are German, rather than Polish. This is not unusual for Harrachov - not so long ago it was part of Germany. It does make communication with staff difficult though, as they don’t speak great Polish, we speak no Czech, and my German is shaky. I was impressed how clean the room was - no dust, things orderly. However, the hotel itself is very tired, and for some reason there was a smell of diesel down the corridor where our room was. Still, the hotel is designed to be used by skiers and can see that it is functional. By far the most disappointing thing at the hotel is the food. During dinner they set the table for breakfast, meaning you can only sit down at certain places. The food is off a menu rather than a buffet, so a waitress comes to take your order. The menu is not in English (not an issue), but it is also not in Polish. The food itself is of low quality and poorly cooked- putting pickled cabbage on the same plate as goulash? A goulash sauce that is a pale grey? There are some salad items to add to your meal, but these felt out of place, like a tortilla that looked like it had salami and cheese in it, but tasted of bland and spice. The breakfast consists of salad items like the night before, plus either small frankfurters and scrambled eggs (that looked grey), or small bratwurst and a round fried egg. I have stayed in hotels throughout Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic, and never before have I not looked forward to a breakfast. We paid £95 for two nights with breakfast and dinner. We do not feel it was value for money - the hotel was clean, but when I compare it with similar establishments in Poland it just doesn't meet the mark.…
Big gaming room for children (1-6 yrs). Near slopes. Near ski jumping area. Near trails. And still in the city. So everything you (we) need. And: breakfast is fine. But... Hotel Skicentrum is old, maybe more than 35 years. So... Not modern interior, rooms are small, but who cares. If you know it, you will not be disillusioned...
Great location, but very old fashioned. Everything still working indeed. Half board is great, good choice of food. Small but clean rooms. The staff is friendly. Lobby bar overpriced, but this is usual.
I booked my stay with all inclusive and for the price I paid it was a real bargain. Of course the hotel room is not fancy but has everything I needed for a simple stay. The food was good, traditional czech kitchen. And it is good located to start small or long walking treks directly from the front door. I would stay there again.
One of the older, bigger hotels in Harrachov. If you don't need anything extra, you will be satisfied. Location is just perfect for the skiers, one of the touristic trails from Čertova hora ends on the roof of this hotel (!). We had breakfasts and dinners - typical Czech food, tasty, big portions, good beer. All the staff we met were nice and helpful. Tidy, comortable wellness (whirlpool, sauna). Cosy rooms with TV. Good price for the rooms (680,- in the time of our stay, get more expensive in winter for sure).Big room with toys for children. Minus points for paid parking (75,- per car a day), wi-fi available only in the lobby and terrible coffee.