Brno was ranked as 10th best non-capital city in Europe by The Times and 2nd Best city to visit in Europe in 2022 by Time Out.
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The neo-renaissance building opened in 1873 as a social and cultural centre. Many Czech societies were resident here, the most famous of which included the Czech Readers' Circle and the Brno Beseda. The choirmaster of the Beseda in the 1870s and 1880s was also Leoš Janáček, who appeared at the society concerts as a pianist though principally as a conductor of large concert productions. Many of Janáček's works had their premiere in the Besední dům. Today the Besední dům is the home of the Brno Philharmonic.
Built in 1928 as a metropolitan palace, designed by the famous architect Bohuslav Fuchs. It was completely reconstructed in 2020 and offers more than a hundred design rooms, a first-class restaurant, and an extensive congress centre. The unique art installations will fascinate you on the facade and others inside the hotel.
From the Main Bus Terminal Zvonařka: From tram station Autobusové nádraží (Main Bus Terminal) by tram no. 12 (direction Technologicky park) to tram station Hlavní nádraží (Main Railway station) and change to tram no. 1 (direction Reckovice) to tram station Antonínská.
From the Brno airport: From bus stop Letiště Tuřany – terminal (Airport Turany) by bus E76 to tram stop Hlavní nádraží (Main Railway Station), then transfer by walk about 4 minutes and change to tram no. 1 (direction Reckovice) to tram station Antonínská.
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Built in 1928 as a metropolitan palace, designed by the famous architect Bohuslav Fuchs. It was completely reconstructed in 2020 and offers more than a hundred design rooms, a first-class restaurant, and an extensive congress centre. The unique art installations will fascinate you already on the facade and further on inside the hotel.
The Barceló Brno Palace is an urban hotel with a perfect location in the centre of the city of Brno. The main tourist destinations such as Špilberk Fort and the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul are short of the hotel. The hotel has 119 luxurious rooms, tastefully decorated, with a free Wi-Fi connection, air conditioning, a minibar, and safe and complimentary toiletries. In addition, guests can use the excellent facilities with free access to the fitness studio and sauna.
Opened in 1964, with vestibule ranked as one of the most beautiful Brussels Style interiors in the Czech Republic. Recognised by its 51-meter height, triangle profile, and a sculpture by Olbram Zoubek located in front of the hotel. Since 2009 it has been designated a cultural monument, and with renovation in 2018, it offers 214 rooms.
Situated just a few moments outside the city centre, walk quickly to landmarks including Špilberk Castle and Svoboda Square. Stylish guest rooms boast modern design, gleaming marble bathrooms and free Wi-Fi, and comfortable bedding and ergonomic workspaces. Join us at The Yard Lounge & Dining, our hotel restaurant, for international cuisine in a welcoming ambience. And maintain your workout routine at our state-of-the-art gym as well.
Located right in the city centre, inspired by the style of Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer it was built in 1962 as one of the first modern buildings in then Czechoslovakia. Nowadays, it´s one of the most important and best-preserved Brussels Style“ buildings in the Czech Republic. It offers more than 230 rooms and wellness with a swimming pool, sauna, and fitness.
It opened in 1979 next to the Exhibition Centre, recently renovated in the brutalist style. As one of the largest, it hosted many famous guests, including Prince Charles and Princess Diana. It is still considered one of the region's largest and most modern congress centres, offering 730 beds in 369 rooms. The Brno hotel is part of OREA Hotels & Resorts, the largest domestic hotel chain with 15 hotels across the Czech Republic, which has embarked on extensive renovations of its hotels and resorts.
A beautiful reference to individual modernity. It is located in the heart of the historical centre of Brno on the Zelný trh, one of the most valuable squares in Brno with its Baroque fountain Parnas. The hotel building from the early 20th century, which dominates the southern part of the square, underwent a demanding and careful reconstruction, including period delays.
Popular for its practical location and family atmosphere. It is easily accessible from the centre of Brno, where the tram ride takes a few minutes, and from the main transport routes in the region. The hotel offers accommodation in 110 standard Classic rooms. Buffet breakfast is served in restaurant Pálava, and specialities of regional and international cuisine can be enjoyed in the restaurant in the neighbouring OREA Congress Hotel.
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