SPA Hotel VITA, accommodation Ceske Budejovice
Attention to detail is what you will experience from the moment you arrive to the hotel Albatros VITA. The hotel is located in the heart of Czech Budejovice and offers a beautiful bird’s-eye view of the magnificent historical sites. It is an ideal base for exploring the city and its tourist attractive surrounding. Hotel Albatros VITA has 75-spacious rooms (166 beds) with a terrace or balcony, equipped with massive furniture and luxurious interior for your comfort. Not only long-stay guests will enjoy trips to near and far. A rich cultural program offers city Czech Budejovice. The hotel is connected to the original wellness & spa centre in the historic rooms with a unique atmosphere and scent of the Orient. Professional team of Filipino masseuses takes care of the unusual experience… More and translation… of massage treatments or Fiji. Stylish restaurant Golden Egg offers comfortable seating, great food and friendly service for individuals and groups. Restaurant and conference rooms have a capacity of 200 seats. Parking is available in the ground floor garage of the hotel with 40 spaces .. Bus parking is possible at a car park located 100 m from the hotel .
Price of accommodation from 75 € per room / night!
SPA Hotel VITA - Rooms
All rooms have comfortable facilities appropriate standardization Hotel First Class (**** s). There are double, triple, family rooms and executive floor. At 8 NP is a terrace and kitchenette for guests staying at 7th floor.
LCD TV with satellite channels Wi-fi Internet access Safe in the room Telephone with direct dial Bathroom with shower or bath and WC Most rooms have a balcony or terrace 4 rooms share a private terrace On request: Extra bed Cot Room for disabled
SPA Hotel VITA - Gastronomy
Stylish restaurant Golden Egg offers comfortable seating and service for individuals and groups. Not only tasty meals, but also original interior connected with two terraces, take care of the unique gastronomic experience.
SPA Hotel VITA - Neighbourhood
South Bohemian region is an important touristic and recreational place. It has the second place in accommodation capacity after Prague (47 929 beds) and it is the 4th most visited region in Bohemia.
In South Bohemia there are many historically valuable monuments and comprehensive urban reservations. The centre of Český Krumlov was even labelled as an UNESCO World Heritage.
South Bohemia is also famous for its lakes and picturesque villages with typical brick houses of vernacular architecture – the so-called peasant Baroque. Holašovice village reservation is also in UNESCO World Heritage.