Super tasty gastronomy, great wine, excellent breakfast, beautiful wellness and always laughing staff in a good mood ... Simply a paradise on earth that is hidden in the Augustinian house - located in the Prague quarter of the spa town Luhačovice.
The Augustinian House has decades long tradition of accommodation. Among frequent guests was for example the composer Leoš Janáček, who stayed here twelve times and composed the world-famous Glagolitic Mass or a sketch to his beloved Liška Bystrouška.
Luhačovice is a spa town and the hotel offers great variety of high quality treatments - massages, wraps, wellness treatments and rituals. You should definitely visit the local renowned restaurant, however for dinner you have to keep up with smart casual dress code. Suit is not needed but jeans and T-shirt are an understatement.
You can choose out of 23 rooms of different categories. All are equipped with air conditioning, tablet and TV. Guests have bathrobe and slippers waiting for them. All rooms are elegant, with a comfortable bed and furnished to perfection for your relaxation. There are two suites in the hotel, where a little surprise is waiting for you upon arrival.
WHAT CAN YOU DO THERE
The hotel has a Sixth-sense garden with several stops where guests can focus on one of their senses: hearing, smell or touch. Part of the Augustinian House garden is the hotel's food garden. Luhačovice itself is well-known for its mineral springs, but the city also has special tourist circuits with gorgeous scenery and beautiful sights.
What else you should know:
Kids are very welcomed and awaiting them is kids’ menu, playground and babysitting.