From mountains to metropolis: Luxury stays in four popular Czech destinations

The PYTLOUN HOTELS offer designer and unique city and mountain escapes at a lower price than the competition.

Diana Bocco

Written by Diana Bocco
Published on 13.08.2021 12:00 (updated on 20.08.2021)

With domestic tourism on the rise – in the second quarter of this year, some 1.6 million guests were accommodated in domestic hotels, boarding houses, and campsites, an increase of 51.3 percent compared to the same time in 2021 – travelers are rediscovering mountainous national parks and historic Czech cities.

As the demand for affordable stays with high-quality services grows, PYTLOUN HOTELS offers luxurious and comfortable modern accommodation in some of the country's most scenic destinations. From twelve stylish locations in Prague to options in the Ore or Krkonoše Mountains, and Liberec, this stylish family of hotels has much to offer guests from wellness to dining in glorious surrounds.

In Liberec, the PYTLOUN HOTELS chain is the largest accommodation provider with boutique hotels, pensions, 3- and 4-star hotels, and apartments. This includes the Pytloun Group's flagship Pytloun Grand Hotel Imperial, a 4-star designer dream in the very center of the city.

In addition to superior and deluxe rooms, this is the only hotel in the chain to offer exclusive rooms such as the art-deco (GL)AMOUR, created by designer Jan Počepický, the all-ceramic and glass Reflection by Karel Novotný, and Beauty of the North, which takes inspiration from the snow-capped Jizera Mountains and the silhouette of the legendary Ještěd hotel.

For the ultimate in luxury, guests can check-in at the 4-star Pytloun Wellness Hotel Hasištejn in the Ore Mountains. Surrounded by forests and with a background of hills, the hotel is the perfect destination for those looking for “active relaxation” – a chance to hike, cross-country ski, or cycle and then end the day watching over the stunning surrounding countryside.

And for those landing in Prague, the hotel’s prime location in the heart of Wenceslas Square offers easy access to attractions and rooms with modern design and equipped with state-of-the-art technology.

As part of their commitment to quality, the PYTLOUN HOTELS are combining the best of Czech hospitality with outstanding accommodations at each price level. And while excellent locations attract tourists and those looking for a weekend away, the hotels also provide plenty of options for business travelers, including conference rooms and space for corporate events.

With a variety of restaurants and bars offering great food made with local, fresh ingredients, guests can also try the best of modern Czech cuisine at several of the hotels.

For example, Prague’s Pytloun Boutique Hotel offers breakfast 24 hours a day, while Design Hotel Liberec has a self-service breakfast buffet plus all-inclusive snacks and drinks available to hotel guests throughout the day.

At the Pytloun Grand Hotel Imperial, guests can dine at the Zlatý Kohout restaurant (Golden Rooster), which serves modern gastronomy and a seasonal menu. At this hotel, there’s also a cafe and bar serving homemade cakes and desserts, and guests can enjoy refreshments and tapas for free at the hotel lobby every afternoon.

For guests trying to make more sustainable travel choices, the hotels are a great choice as well, as the chain promotes a number of environmentally friendly practices throughout their properties. These include using only organic cosmetics and cleaning agents in 100% biodegradable plastic packaging, choosing energy-efficient equipment, and recycling heat from used wastewater. They also offer charging stations for electric vehicles.

Among the best reasons to try one of the PYTLOUN HOTELS is their getaway packages. From wellness and relaxation or cycling/cross-country skiing packages in the Ore Mountains to romantic stays and family experiences, there’s something for everybody at the hotels’ four locations. 

This article was written in cooperation with PYTLOUN HOTELS. Read more about our partner content policies here.

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