I stayed here recently while on Business. When I arrived i was a little taken back by the poor driveway into the hotel and feared the worst. However when I entered reception it was clear this was a very special building. Reception check in was efficient and friendly. We ere put in the rooms outside of the actual hotel in the Orangery. The rooms were spacious comfortable and clean. I was surprised to see a see thru glass door on the en-suite which I thought was bizarre and a window from the bed to the toilet which was even more bizarre. The TV was quite dated and only had 5 channels with a poor picture quality The restaurant was excellent and the service from the bar tender was prompt and professional. The food was excellent to say the least and very reasonable in price. The staff here are very helpful and it was a pleasure to stay. The grounds of the Chateau are beautiful. The breakfast is plentiful and varied from hot plates to cold meats and fruits, yogurts etc.. I recommend this Hotel when staying in Kutna Hora.…
We spent 3 nights here and can't wait to go back. This is a quiet out of the way hotel but less than 50 mins from Praque. Nice grounds and a lovely pool area gives this a very relaxed atmosphere however the best thing about it is the food, some of the best I've had in a hotel and not too expensive. We would thoroughly recommend this place for couples wanting a romantic escape. The downside is the WiFi is poor but we thought that was an advantage!!
The chateau is beautifully restored and a dream to stay in. (it doesn't offer all the contemporary amenities of a high-end chain hotel, but the aesthetics is well worth it). The waiters were super polite and friendly, the food was excellent and so was the wine.
Unfortunately this old saying “you get what you pay for” fits exactly this hotel. The rooms are cheap, BUT we found animal feces on our 1.5yr old blanket, mattress was very questionable, we are not able to charge the restaurant bill to our room, the rooms were not clean - a lot of dust everywhere. The outdoor pool was full of chlorine. In the garden there were wires sticking from the ground. The hotel needs renovation big time! My suggestion is to get inspired at Chateau Mcely.
We had a nice stay, although it could be better. When we arrived, there was nobody at the reception, we rung the bell few times and waited, after about 10mins the receptionist have finally arrived. She was very lovely and smiley so we’ve forgotten her. We’ve booked the ‘business room’ and didn’t realised it’s completely different building with no soul and very dark. We were offered another room, in the building but to pay the difference (we’ve been given an upgrade for free in other hotels if there were no customers, which in the Chateau was about 3 other rooms occupied judging by the cars parked outside, but never mind) The room in the main building was very spacious although we expected a bit better quality TV and sofa and it was super hot and felt like sauna as there was no air-con or fan. The shower didn’t have a proper holder and you have to sit down in the bath (prob not the best option for some elderly couple travelling) The bed was comfortable. We’ve decided to use the swimming pool and after checking with the reception if it’s still open, we walked on it already being covered up at around 6.30pm. We’ve uncovered it and still used it (not heated and quite cold, but nice and refreshing - ‘it’s fine once you in’) When we were leaving there was a maintenance man who told us to leave it that he will then cover it back, which we appreciated. We’ve decided to stay for the dinner at the Chateau. The receptionist said the kitchen closes at 9pm, so we made our way down around 8.15. The starter was nice and so was the main, although for the prices we expected it to be perfect, but somehow it wasn’t. When we finished the main, we asked for the dessert menu and to our surprise the waiter told us that we can’t have any as the chef has already left! It was 9.08pm and we still haven’t finished dining?! We were very disappointed and expressed our feelings to the waiter. Surely the chef can’t leave if the customers are still eating?! He came back with the desert menu and said the kitchen staff can make us something very quickly. He stood above us, while we were trying to choose and made us feel quite uncomfortable. We had our dessert and asked for the bill very soon after that. The breakfast in the morning was good although the patio/terrace was being done up and therefore very noisy with drilling and bangs. All in all a nice stay, but could be better in the little things which counts at the end..…
We had dinner at Chateau Kotera but we want to let you know that the waiters are terribly unpolite and rude. We had dinner here for over €100 but the portions are very small and you have to ask the waiters every time to come to your table. Food is not bad but overpriced. Especially, the arrogance of the waiters is terrible. Don't have dinner here, there are better places to have dinner.
Very nice place to stay, good choice for this budget. Very polite and helpful staff. The room in Chateau is decorated in cubist style, smell very nice wood. Breakfast is tasty, nothing extraordinary. Dinner delicious. We enjoyed stay with kids even. I can recommend.
We came here with a last minute booking over the weekend with another family. The hotel has pretty reasonable prices and it's not too far from Prague. The rooms are uniquely decorated and they also can provide extra children beds. The bathrooms come with shampoo and lotion, which was a nice bonus. The only real complaint we had was that it was very dark in the hallways. Especially at night, it seemed like they could have added a few more lights. The restaurant was very good and reasonably priced. Breakfast could've been a little better with a few more options and refilling when things ran out.
The hotel looked great in the internet but in reality is disapointing The room was not in the main building It was very dark and we had to ask for more lamps so we can see anything The furniture is very simple The breakfast was standard
Pros: Wonderful building built in the style of Czech Cubism, quality of meals in restaurant, rooms renovated with taste and respect Cons: glass walls of the bathroom didn't help the privacy, snappy and moody staff, restaurant reservations were cancelled and forgotten by the staff, sauna/wellness wasn't prepared, very poor breakfast choices, building in a need of reconstruction/proper renovation