Accommodation at Loučeň castleLET YOU FIND ACCOMMODATION IN THE CASTLE HOTEL OR INA CASTLE SUITE
The castle precincts provide a large array of accommodation possibilities. The
castle hotel Maxmilian Lifestyle Resort was opened in 2008. It is situated
underneath a baroque terrace in a building that was constructed on the grounds of
the Thurn-Taxis estate in 1834 and formerly served as an administrative building. In
2007 this historical house was enlarged with a modern airy annexe where the hotel
reception, conference rooms, breakfast restaurant, swimming pool and sauna are
situated today. The in period furnished suites and the Small House of the Prince
Alexander offer an original style of accommodation.
You can find more information on the website Maxmilian Lifestyle Resort.
The overall accommodation capacity of 140 beds is laid out as follows:
- 3 suites situated in the castle – Wallenstein, Fürstenberg and Thurn-Taxis
- Small House of Prince Alexander in the park
- 3 suites in the historical hotel building
- 13 Comfort twin-bed rooms in the historical hotel building
- 8 three-bed room the historical hotel building
- 4 family room with two separated bedrooms and a common bathroom in the historical hotel building
- 25 Comfort twin-bed rooms in the modern part of the hotel
- 2 Superior twin-bed rooms in the modern part of the hotel
- 1 three-bed room in the modern part of the hotel
Maxmilian Lifestyle Resort
The beautiful 4-star hotel Maxmilian Lifestyle Resort is situated on the grounds of the Loučeň castle, in its immediate proximity. The originally administrative building of the Thurn-Taxis estate was reconverted into a hotel in 2003 and in 2007 it was extended with a modern annex. As many as 131 beds are ready for your convenience.
Three independent suites, called after the noble dynasties that lived at the Loučeň castle in the past, have been opened at lavish “piano nobile” floor for highly demanding guests. The first and the largest Blue suite bears the name of the noble Wallenstein family that built the castle at the beginning of the 18th century.
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The small House of Prince Alexander, undoubtedly the most romantic building in the castle precincts, can belong solely to you for a weekend or maybe for a whole week. Originally it was called “Swiss house”, but it got the letter name after Prince Alexander who spent there some pleasant time.