- Reviews: 2
Rozmaryna Penzion: Huge breakfast ever
We stay in an apartment consisting of two bedrooms, one kitchen. The owner made breakfast for us by himself. Each of us had 4 fried eggs with ham and pancake for dessert.
The rooms are comfortable with heater. Furnitures in good condition.
Location is good - near the Krumlov Castle and the Budejovice gate so it is convenience if you travel by Student Agency bus because its bus stop is just outside this gate.
Located on Latran street not far from the town square and castle.
- Reviews: 21
A Good Penzion
Arrived withoout bookingin April, so was beded in the second house with views over the town
The staff very helpful and speaking German English
Clean and reasonably priced with good breakfast and easy 200 m walk to outskirts of the centre
Also the place has an antique theme, the owners have collected much old stuff which is tastefully placed
see for yourselves:)
- Reviews: 907
Hotel Sumava in Vyssi Brod: A nice option to avoid rip-offs in Cesky Krumlov
We first thought only to have a short stop for a snack and the first great Czech beer at the terrace after crossing the border from Austria (only 3 km away). The snack was tasty and filling and the beer was exactly that what you are always dreaming about when you are far away from the Czech Republic, the undisputed world champion in beer brewing and drinking. While we looked through the menu we saw there the description of the rooms of the hotel. We asked for the price and it was clear that it is a very reasonable alternative to the over-touristed Krumlov.
We did from here the nice drive of about 25 km along the Vltava passing the tiny idyllic Rozmberk to Czesky Krumlov and returned in the late evening and enjoyed a great dinner plus beers before going to sleep.
We left this place next morning after a wonderful breakfast.
The hotel is 3* quality (comparable to 3* in Austria or France, better than a 3* in Italy). The quiet rooms are generous with a slight regional touch. The restaurant is nice as well with authentic traditional Czech cuisine, all with friendly service and a good value for money.
- Reviews: 4
Zamecka apartma: At the foot of the Castle
This self-catering apartment is in the wall of the castle in the old town and very close to everything. It was spacious and we found the necessary groceries at a shop across the street. It had all we needed and was clean and comfortable.
Close to everything, especially the tourist info centre. Built as part of the castles lower wall.
- Reviews: 18
Penzion-Restaurace U dobraka: Cozy Pension in Good Location
I stayed in a triple at this pension with two friends for one night. (Price was only 66 Euros per night, resulting in a nice 22 Euros each!) The proprietor was very friendly and accommodating. He helped us find secure parking for our car and then drove us back to the pension in his SUV so we wouldn't have to lug our bags through the cobblestoned city. Since it seemed like he spoke better German than English, we stuck to communicating in the former. He made sure to let us know that he had a live band playing in the restaurant that evening.
Our room had three beds, and a bathroom with shower only. We had a problem with the toilet until we found out that we had to turn the water valve on. (Perhaps that's standard in the Czech Republic and we didn't know.) The only other problem -- and that's only for people who want to sleep in -- was that there was no curtain on the window, so the sunlight was right there in the morning to greet us.
One odd thing about the pension was that it was made up partly of rooms and partly of what appeared to be apartments. We had to go up three floors to find Room 1, since the apartments took up the first two floors. Not a bad thing, just a little confusing and unexpected.
The restaurant had great food, both at dinner and at breakfast. It was a courtyard affair, half under a roof and half exposed to the elements, plus the decor was eclectic, which gave it great personality. We loved it. The live band was a local bluegrass ensemble that sang some unfamliar songs, and other more familiar ones, in Czech. They also played a couple of numbers in the original English. The only one I remember for sure was the Irish favorite "No, Nay Never"
Added bonus: the location of the Pension was quite central to lots of good shopping.
- Reviews: 18
Restaurace Penzion Parkan: Pension with good restaurant and view
I wasn't able to stay here during my trip, since they didn't have enough room, but my travel companion had stayed there and gave it great reviews. Her double was a good size and had a great view of the Vltava River and the Cesky Castle.
We ate lunch at the restaurant and the food was top notch. Everyone at our table ordered the fixed menu (garlic soup, chicken with cheese and peaches, apple strudel) since it sounded delicious. We thought the peaches with cheese might be a little odd, but it was great!
The bartender was cute, as an added bonus. :)
- Reviews: 5
Pension Na Kovarne: Lovely pension in Krumlov
We spent two nights in this lovely pension. It is situated at the entrance of the pedestrian zone, across from pension Barbakan. The bus station is about 5-10 minutes walk, which makes it very convenient if you wish to explore the Krumlov area or if you are arriving by bus. From the bus station, walk toward the main street, turn left, then at the first street, turn left again. You are a few minutes from the pension. Cross the street, and when you pass the small convenience store, turn right. The blue building to your left in the pension. We were 5 adults and had two rooms. The room number two was large enough to accommodate 3 people and had three windows with a partial view of the castle. Room number 8 was in the attic, and although there was no view, it was very large and the only room on the floor. Room 1, 2 and 3 as well as the front desk/breakfast room are on the second floor. The third floor has room 4, 5, 6 and 7, and the attic has room 8. The staircase to room 8 is fairly steep, so be aware. The rooms were spotless, well decorated and the bathroom has all the amenities you could expect in an hotel. The owners, although not speaking english, were very friendly and welcoming. The breakfast was also very good (meat, cheese, bread, coffee, juice). Would definitely go back and certainly recommend it. Very good quality for the price. Double room for 1,100cz and triple room for 1,500cz. The reservation was made through Interacta, and their website is www.interacta.cz
- Reviews: 23
Pension Pod Hrazi: Decent B&B little off the centre
I stayed in Pod Hrazi for one night with my husband in August 2006. Service was friendly and room was clean, so it offered a good place to stay while in Cesky Krumlov. Still I cannot help thinking, that if it hadn't been August and we would have had more choices when booking our accommodation in Cesky Krumlov, we could have done a better deal. Pod Hrazi was a little far away from beautiful old town and price that they asked for a double was different than the price in their website.
- Reviews: 389
Penzion Panorama: Best accomodation deal in Cesky Krumlov
Penzion Panorama is a privately owned guest house in the Horni Brana district immediately east of old town Cesky Krumlov, and very near a bus stop. It is just off the citie's main highway and takes just a few minutes to reach by car or on foot.
Penzion Panorama offers the best panoramic views of old town and of the surrounding countryside as is evident from the first photo. The rooms were all recently renovated and are kept spotless by the friendly owner. Don't be concerned about the old roof on the house. I know from firsthand experience that it doesn't leak.
Included in the unbelievably low price of 700 korunas for a double room ( current 2005 prices ), and 500 korunas for single occupancy of a double room is an excellent and filling breakfast served to you in your well equiped room. Each room has private restroom facilities.
Absolutely the best lodging value in the city.
Great views, great staff, great everything. The owners insisted on giving me a ride to the bus station upon my departure and refused a tip. They are so hospitable they left me feeling a little guilty.
- Reviews: 614
On this street, Rooseveltova, there is one pension after another. They're all probably about in the same price range, too. We paid about $12 per person per night for ours (Pension Anna) and I don't think the others differ that much. The tourist office, also located on this street, can book a room for you. We were there around New Year's Eve and everything was sold out. Luckily, we had reservations. I don't know about the rest of the year, but it couldn't hurt to book in advance.
- Reviews: 197
Also in Cesky Krumlov:If you...
Also in Cesky Krumlov:
If you are looking for tradition, stay at the Hostel 99 and ask to stay in the tower.
About 250 karuna - equivalent of about $10CDN.
Our room was in the tour as mentioned before, and we had to climb several stairs and push UP the door to get to our room. Put it this way, I look out one window and see cars driving underneath.
(THAT'S ME IN THE TOP-RIGHT WINDOW!)
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