Brno hotels are known as much for their distinctive architecture as welcoming hospitality. The capital of the region of Moravia is known for its distinctive mix of modern, Gothic, and Renaissance architecture. Brno is also a seat of government and culture. Whether you're visiting for business or pleasure, you'll find accommodations that match your plans.
In addition to providing Brno lodging, the Hotel Avion is an interesting addition to the city skyline. The building, located in the town center, was built in 1928 by noted architect Bohuslav Fuchs. The 35 rooms and one suite offer fantastic views of the city and comfortable surroundings. The room rate includes breakfast, but all three meals are served daily at the restaurant. After dark, hotel guests can enjoy a drink at the bar and head out on the town. A variety of nightclubs, shops, cafes, and other hotels in Brno are within a short walk.
When the Hotel Avion was under construction, one of the hotels in Brno had been providing hospitality for decade. The Hotel Slavia (pictured) in the center of town features art nouveau architecture housing more than 80 rooms and suites, filled with modern comforts including minibars, direct dialing, and satellite TV. After leaving your room, you'll find a restaurant that specializes in Czech cuisine and international flavors, a café, summer terrace, and souvenir shop. Guests also enjoy the nightlife at this option for Brno lodging with dancing and a wine bar. The staff is happy to arrange tours of the town and surrounding communities in Moravia. There's a lot to see in the second largest city in the Czech Republic, just as there are many hotels in Brno.
In addition to the Hotel Slavia, you have several choices for accommodation in Brno Czech Republic close to the action—the Špilberk Castle, shopping, the Tugendhat Villa designed by Mies van der Rohe, and Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic all are located close to the Bruno hotels in the center of town. Another option for Brno hotels in the city center, the Hotel Slovan Brno offers a wide range of services for guests staying in the 83 rooms of various sizes. Whether you've reserved a single room or a multiroom suite at this option for Brno hotels, you'll find features including free Internet access, en-suite bathrooms, satellite TV, and access to a breakfast buffet. The hotel also offers onsite parking, fitness center, billiards room, solarium, salon, and a pub. The restaurant serves up tasty appetizers, gourmet entrees, and local pilsners.
Options for Brno lodging include luxury hotels. The Hotel Royal Ricc is located in a Baroque building first built in the 1590s. Once guests step into the grand lobby, they'll find beautiful antiques and art, as well as a gourmet restaurant and well-stocked wine cellar. Whether you choose a single room or multiroom suite, you'll find comfortable double or king-sized beds, a sumptuous color scheme and linens, and an array of modern amenities. Two Prague hotels are sister properties, the Hotel U Páva and Hotel U Krále Karla.
No matter where you choose for accommodation in Brno Czech Republic, you will find a place to anchor while you're exploring. It's easy to get to the city, which is connected to Prague via a major highway. Direct flights to London make it easy to add Brno on multi-country European holidays.