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|"Very nice lobby bar and restaurant"||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Historic building beautifully restored."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"The location is excellent"||(in 36 reviews)|
|"Bed was hard with thin mattress."||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Most staff were not helpful."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"Hotel quite old, need renovation."||(in 14 reviews)|
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Wonderful location; nice breakfast, bar and helpful staff.
The rooms are a little strange. Internet access is available (free of charge) but located (in both of the rooms we looked at) far away from any place to sit with a computer. The television is nicely hidden from view in a medieval style cabinet but so far from the bed that it could not be viewed. There was no drawer space for clothing storage or luggage racks. The bathroom was very nice.
The view from my room
I was disappointed my friend's room faced into the courtyard
We really like to room - the Castle view was a killer and my partner loved the furniture.Lady at the reception was ever so helpful and gentleman who took our luggages and parked our car was brilliant. a true benefit to the hotel!
Morning staff were quite grumpy and no one has asked what we like to drink.
A fantastic hotel in the centre of the town. The decor throughout the hotel and in our room was excellent and reminiscent of a restored monastery. The location was ideal for sightseeing and all the staff were very friendly and helpful.
The parking is not on site as stated in hotel's details on the website. It is in a secure site not far away but necessitates a complicated drive through the town's streets. A bit of a surprise.
The decor was stunning - medieval mixed with modernity. The hotel has obviously been very thoughtfully fitted out to suit its location and period. There are a huge number of tapestries and paintings - okay, so not original tapestries, but excellent nevertheless. You feel as though you are staying in an old monastery. Our room was also spacious.
In a hotel of this class, one would expect a larger shower (and larger shower head), rather than a little shower over a bath. It's always good to find an iron and ironing board in a hotel room, but this hotel did not have these items. (I didn't ask at Reception - maybe there was a separate ironing room somewhere). It's also nice to have your own tea or coffee making facilities in your room - again lacking.
Hotel Re in esk Krumlov is one of the most charming boutique hotels in Czech Republic. It is located in the former Jesuit dormitory from the 16th century in a unique historic centre of the town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hotel Re is ideal choice for those who appreciate a cozy romantic ambiance and professional service. All 70 rooms are designed for your comfort and attention to detail. Archways, ceiling, unique frescoes and painting are authentic parts of the hotel. You can choose between standard room, de luxe room or suite. Our restaurant and summer terrace serve some of Czech most delicious dishes.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Town Theatre 81 m
- St. Vitus Church 113 m
- Cesky Krumlov City Centre 148 m
- Marionette Museum 201 m
- Wax Museum 276 m
- Krumlov Mill 283 m