Roudnice nad Labem
3 starsPrague, Czech Republic

This hotel is located close to Prague only 40 km from the International airport. The hotel offers you accommodation for 62 persons in double rooms, three-beds, four-beds rooms, in one six-beds room and one eight-beds room. All rooms have standard equipment with TV, there is a bathroom with shower and WC in every room. Our restaurant can host 64 guests. We have a congress hall with bar for 80 people or you can use our summer garden restaurant with possibility to order main course, buffet, grilled or smoked dishes.

Sports

Soccer

Distance to sports venue: 0 Meters

Take advantage of 4 grass football pitch and one training field with fully equipped facilities – six dressing rooms with showers and WC, dressing room for referee. There is also the swimming-pool (25 m) a small swmming pool especially for children. You can also use sauna and sport massage. To strengthen your body you can use two fitness rooms with a capacity of 20 – 25 persons. One fitness is a part of gymnasium which is used for basketball, hadball or voleyball. This hall may be used in wrong weather, when is not possible to stay outside, or in winter time.


About Prague

The beautiful and historic city of Prague lies in the heart of Europe and is home to Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square and the river Vltava. Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and we are very happy to offer you a chance to taste its atmosphere. There is approximately 1.2 million people living in Prague, which makes it the biggest city in the Czech Republic. Prague's location upon the meandered Vltava river gives the town a unique appearance. There are several nicknames for Prague describing its unique character including "city of a hundred spires", „the pearl of Europe“ and "the golden city". Prague is world-famous for its historical monuments and rich cultural life – the city is full of theatres, concert and exhibition halls and museums. The historic centre of Prague was listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992.