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T. G. Masaryka 136/81, Loket 357 33 Czech Republic
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#2 of 3 hotels in Loket
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4.8
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Bruno F wrote a review Sep 2022
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Dne 29.8.2022 jsem doprovázel skupinu rakouských turistů, kteří měli objednanou večeři v restauraci hotelu Císař Ferdinand. Hostům se líbilo útulné prostředí přímo v prostorech vlastního minipivovaru. Velmi spokojeni byli s grilovaným selátkem, které se připravuje ve staroslovanské peci přímo u hotelu. Děkuji hotelu jménem rakouských hostů i svým, za vynikající pohoštění. Bruno Fischer, průvodce On 29.8.2022, I accompanied a group of Austrian tourists who had ordered dinner in the restaurant of the Hotel Emperor Ferdinand. The guests liked the cozy atmosphere right in the premises of their own microbrewery. They were very satisfied with the grilled suckling pig, which is prepared in an old Slavic oven right next to the hotel. Thank you to the hotel on behalf of the Austrian guests and myself for the excellent treat. Bruno Fischer, guide
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Date of stay: August 2022
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545medva wrote a review Jul 2017
Budapest, Hungary3972 contributions964 helpful votes
We went to Loket, and before we gone to the bus station we wanted to eat something, it was lunch time. At this restaurant we took place at a table, which was still dirty from the previous guests. When I was asking the waitress to clean the table, the answer was: if you don't like the place, go to another table, why should I clean? Never ever in my life I had such an impertinent answer from a waitress! If I could I would fire her immediately. Of course we went away.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Gregory P wrote a review Sep 2015
Spartanburg, South Carolina214 contributions35 helpful votes
This little town is a quiet hamlet and nothing more. The castle and quaint town are a beautiful and delightful stroll, but you will not find a full day of vacation here. The Hotel Cisar Ferdinand is the highlight of the town. The rooms are acceptable but not luxurious. The beds are only okay. The restaurant and bar are, on the other hand, quite good and extremely affordable. The beer made on site is as good as any other brewery. The menu is traditional Czech, but broad enough for most tastes and well done. If you don't try the 'smoked beer', you have not fully appreciated this little town. After you have enjoyed a full evening at Cisar Ferdinand, wander down the cobblestone street to a local bar in which only Czech is spoken for a more authentic experience. The people here are warm and friendly, and the spirits are delightful!
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Date of stay: September 2015
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Trip type: Traveled on business
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arkitex wrote a review Jul 2015
Los Angeles, California203 contributions44 helpful votes
a great little hotel with amazing rooms…. locket is a very small and low keyed little town… theres one tiny little train station and you have to walk the trail up to the castle and town… this hotel is right at the edge of the bridge.. with a nice little rester aunt.. but it closes early so get there early and don't expect crazy nightlife..the city basically shuts down at dusk.. not mush there.. nice castle views and a walk around the city is nice...
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Date of stay: June 2015
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Room Tip: all the rooms appeared to be the same.. very nice.. and very comfy...
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Philip R wrote a review Jul 2015
Haringey, United Kingdom278 contributions141 helpful votes
This particular hotel is easy to reach on foot - 5 minutes from the bus and about 10 minutes from the railway station. Reception and check-in off to a great start. The hotel has a lovely, historic character about it. Plenty of photos etc on the walls etc. My room (single use of a double) was a generous size. Well furnished, very clean and had a bathroom of very good condition. I ate on the patio that evening g, good and their own brewed beer were superb so once booked in for a night, there really is no need to go elsewhere. The all nonsmoking dining room was busy, so I would suggest prebook a table to be on the safe side. Breakfast from 0730 in the morning was particularly good. Overall I would give this a definite 5 as I really could not find fault with anything at all.
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Date of stay: June 2015Trip type: Traveled solo
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kathrynsreilly wrote a review Mar 2015
Deal, United Kingdom133 contributions42 helpful votes
And there's nothing wrong with that, you just need to be prepared. Everything was very clean, the rooms spacious and the staff lovely. Nobody spoke English (why should they) and there are only a few shops in the (very pretty) town, so stock up on everything you need before you get here. The castle is delightful and there's some great walking to be had in the vicinity. Recommended despite the low rating!
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Date of stay: April 2014
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Trip type: Traveled with family
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Ranke wrote a review Sep 2014
Bangor, Maine697 contributions236 helpful votes
Reception a little haphazard, but otherwise this very traditional hotel (no lift or a/c) makes for a pleasant night's stay in this charming town, located on a scenic bend in the River Eger/Ohre, with a castle right in its center and a lovely elongated market place. My large room (with bath and anteroom) faced the street, but remained quiet overnight; a standard breakfast is served in a charming room full of historical photos; easy street parking; restaurant and pub on the premises. In short, this town is worth a visit; and this is its best hotel ( although, being familiar with the real, "mentally challenged" Emperor Ferdinand, I still don't understand why you would name your hotel after him).
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Date of stay: August 2014
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augustin0 wrote a review Aug 2014
Brno, Czech Republic58 contributions57 helpful votes
We stayed there 3 nights. Hotel is presented as the best in the town and actually it is, visitors were German pensioners most of all. Positives: Excellent location, situated close to the river and medieval old town with beautiful castle. Building is renovated and looks very nice. Rooms are spacious, bed big enough. There is restaurant and small private brewery. Unpleasant: In our room cabinet had shelf broken, lying on the bottom; there were uncomfortable synthetic fiber pillows with lumps; spacious bathroom with only one small shelf. These deficiencies you do not expect in hotel with such a reputation. Nevertheless it happens and can be repair. Negative: We stay in the hotel in hot July days. There is no air condition. Our windows were oriented at the river side, in first floor above the restaurant. Not only smell of dishes served, but also cigarettes smoke come directly to our room. Cleaning of our room was the bed was made only. Noise from the restaurant or hot room was up to our decision. We did not evaluate the restaurant, probably very popular and full. Our first choice was big mistake and we did not repeat it.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Upstairs rooms are probably better, avoid close the restaurant
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mumsybee wrote a review Jun 2014
Berkhamsted, United Kingdom38 contributions20 helpful votes
Initially we were a little disappointed by this hotel; its reception area is poky and unimpressive but the staff were helpful despite having little English. The rooms were large and clean but quite characterless considering the lovely old building. Nevertheless the beds were comfortable and the basement restaurant very good. I could live with the mismatched towels as, like everything else, they were clean and as we were only there for two nights, it was fine. The small village is very pretty and the castle is lovely. Our Czech friend was getting married in the castle which was a delightful occasion with Czech and English participants enjoying themselves immensely. There isn't much to do in Loket but it is in a beautiful setting with the river running close by and the tree clad mountains all around. Unfortunately it was cold and damp during our stay but I can imagine that it is beautiful in good weather.
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Date of stay: May 2014
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Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Try tyo book a room overlooking the river for a quieter time
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izif_37 wrote a review May 2014
Ljubljana, Slovenia3044 contributions1147 helpful votes
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Cisar Ferdinand is located in one of the most beautiful and carefully restored buildings just over the bridge of the medieval town. You just can't pass it... Especially because there is a well known restaurant with a garden (great view to the river) in front of it. And even more tempting is the pub and home micro brewery in the vaulted cellars. It is like a living museum with old beer mugs, barrels, and big collection of spa drinking cups. Black beer is really good! The hotel is named after Austrian emperor Ferdinand I., who visited the town. And he is also the main theme in the hotel – rooms are decorated with old pictures and there are even old crests all over the furniture... Rooms are big and bright. Mine (nr. 3) had a view to the main street with some other restored houses in sight. Although the hotel staff speaks more German than English, the communication was not a problem with some smiles and czech words... The choice of TV programs was bigger than in most other hotels I stayed in Czech republic. Breakfast was another surprise! It is served in a really nice decorated dinning room. The walls are full of old pictures and paintings and they even displayed tools with which emperor Ferdinand officially ended the building of the bridge ! Not to mention, the food was good, lot of selection...
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Date of stay: May 2014
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Trip type: Traveled solo
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$103 - $111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
Czech RepublicBohemiaKarlovy Vary RegionLoket
NUMBER OF ROOMS
24
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Cisar Ferdinand
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Cisar Ferdinand?
Nearby attractions include Loket Castle (0.1 miles), Galerie Cafe (0.1 miles), and Kostel Svateho Vaclava (0.10 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Cisar Ferdinand?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Cisar Ferdinand?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Cisar Ferdinand?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurace Staroslovanska Kuchyne, Rodinný Pivovar Svatý Florian, and Atmosfera Restaurant.
Is Hotel Cisar Ferdinand located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Loket.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Cisar Ferdinand?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Loket Castle (0.1 miles).
Is Hotel Cisar Ferdinand accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.