Onwards to Main Square for sightseeing
The culture that extends from this small town in the Czech Republic is remarkable considering the town's size. Almost all of Cesky Krumlov's heritage and tradition can be found in Old Town, where cobblestone streets and preserved historic buildings wind their way to the centre, Main Square.
Accommodation around Main Square offers the same antique charm as the rest of the buildings. The Hotel Grand, for instance, houses you in a reconstructed medieval house, while the Hotel Zlaty Andel is spread across three Gothic buildings. Also overlooking the Square is Hotel Old Inn, which has a beer cellar and homely rooms with bright interiors.
North of the river
The Vltava (longest river in the Czech Republic), runs through Cesky Krumlov, with accommodation sitting either side. Hotels north of the river are closest to the Cesky Krumlov Castle, a magnificent structure of ancient buildings and palaces, gardens, courtyards and a moat that can all be explored on foot from your hotel.
Comfortable and affordable lodging can be found nearby in the Castle Apartments, three buildings with a variety of self-contained and basic suites. You may also want to stay at the Pension Rozmaryna for finely furnished rooms and apartments, along with an onsite dining lounge.
Quality hotels around Cesky Krumlov
When staying in Cesky Krumlov, it's important to pick the right hotel for you. Success means you can spend your days exploring Old Town, dining in local bars and restaurants, and shopping for memorable keepsakes, before retiring to a room that challenges your day of sightseeing for best holiday feature.
One of the most popular hotels in Cesky Krumlov is the award-winning Penzion Delanta, a very small and intimate hotel that cuts down on crowds and noise. As one of the highest rated hotels in the city, Hotel Ruze has a standard to uphold, which it does superbly with opulent furnishings and gorgeous views of the city.