The 11 Best Luxury Hotels
in Czech Republic
At Butterfield & Robinson, our hotels aren’t prosaic—they’re pure poetry.
From castles and riads to ryokans and monasteries, we source lodgings that aren’t just places to crash, but one-of-a-kind spots as intimate, authentic and sublime as the rest of your journey—and packed with personal touches from our hotelier friends.
Below we’ve rounded up a few of the best luxury hotels in Czech Republic, where you can do so much more than simply rest your head.
But be warned: there may be tears when it’s time to say goodbye!
Set amid the peaceful Spreewald forest, the 18th-century Hotel Zur Bleiche was converted to a luxurious Resort Spa & Wellness Centre in 1992.
Its health facilities are topnotch; they are frequented not only by guests, but also by the world-renowned Bayern Munich football club.
Nestled between the baroque landmarks of the opera house and historic national museum, the Kempinski Taschenbergpalais has a location that is second to none.
Beyond the imposing façade of this meticulously reconstructed royal palace lie equally regal amenities: sitting rooms, relaxing courtyards, a spa, and a sublime fifth-floor swimming pool.
A former monastery cum 5-star urban retreat, the Augustine is nestled at the foot of Prague Castle, has an extensive spa, and exudes the serenity of its ecclesiastical past.
Nip at an archangel cocktail in the former refectory, now hotel bar, and reflect on how good life can be.
Classic fairy tales were born here. On Vienna to Prague Family Adventure, ride past 1,000-year-old towns and medieval ruins, stopping en route for a falconry demo. The kids will love the gallantry of it all (almost as much as the parents love the Wachau wine region and Czech pilsner).DETAILED ITINERARY
A 2-minute walk from the Charles Bridge, the Prague Four Seasons is characterized by the familiar sophistication and service.
Refurbished in 2012, the hotel is a perfect mix of timeless classic touches and contemporary flourishes. The spa will return the spring to any weary adventurer’s step.
Located in the gardens of the Hluboká castle, this 4-star hotel is a historical mosaic, every corner concealing a piece of local history.
It once served as the home of senior Hluboká castle officials and the spacious suites offer unique views onto the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Hotel Ebersbach is one of the best hotels in southern Bohemia and among the oldest and best-preserved estates in Český Krumlov.
It lies right in the centre of Krumlov’s old town on Siroka street, boasting rooms with views of the town’s landmarks including the castle and the lookout under the Baroque theatre.
This intimate and romantic 4-star hotel offers charming accommodation in the best possible location—directly on the banks of the Danube and Inn rivers in the heart of the Old Town of Passau.
Rooms feature splendid views over the rivers and Passau’s best attractions are all within walking distance.
This 4-star superior resort enjoys a quiet, sunny location on a green hillside. The property boasts an impressive spa landscape with 5 pools (thermal, fresh and saltwater) and 11 different types of saunas!
We take full advantage, with luxury access to all its delights!
Within walking distance of Salzburg’s main attractions, Hotel Auersperg is perfectly central and yet its own oasis.
The rooms are timeless, tasteful and stylish, and its beautiful garden and rooftop sun terrace are fantastic hideaways from the hustle and bustle of the city.
A luxury 5 star boutique property opened to great acclaim in 2010, this former national heritage site and re-imagined 17th century chateau is the brainchild of Alexandra Casparova.
Surrounded by a stately 18th century English park and outfitted with an over the top spa, this is the perfect Czech getaway.
Founded on the site of a 700-year-old Clarissinian Abbey, the Richard Löwenherz is now a hotel filled with Renaissance sculpture, elegant chandeliers and stone vaulting.
Frau Thiery and her staff quickly make us feel at home whether we’re lounging with an after-dinner schnapps, lazing in the garden, or enjoying breakfast on the arbour-covered terrace overlooking the Danube.