History, elegance, romance and mystery—in our selection today we present the most beautiful castle hotels in Eastern Europe. In medieval towers, baroque castles and lavish interiors we can holiday like kings!
Castle Hotel Galicia Nueva | Halič, Slovakia
The Halič Renaissance-Baroque castle stands on a wooded hill with a picturesque panorama of the fifteen surrounding villages and the High Tatras. Documentations of the castle have survived as early as the twelfth century, and in the sixteenth century it was owned by István Losonczi and later by the famous Forgách family. The renovated castle welcomes those wishing to recharge with a conference room, a huge formal garden, a forest, a fine kitchen and a spa area.
Chateau Herálec Boutique Hotel & Spa by L’Occitane | Herálec, Czech Republic
Converted from a medieval fortress, the five-star Chateau Herálec is a truly exclusive accommodation in the Czech Republic. After a complete renovation, nineteen rooms await guests, the interiors of which have been designed in collaboration with the Vysočina Regional Gallery, so that each room is named after a famous painting from the gallery’s collection. The castle is surrounded by a beautiful landscape garden, which is home to a wide range of leisure activities. The restaurant serves Bordeaux wines and dishes made with local ingredients.
Otočec Castle Hotel | Otočec, Slovenia
Otočec is the only castle on water in Slovenia, whose walls have been standing since 1252: here you can experience the magical past with modern comfort and luxury. The location of the castle is impressive: it is surrounded by a beautiful park, swans swimming in the river Krka and green forests, and there are a golf course, an adventure park and several spas nearby. This is the perfect place for an idyllic holiday or a romantic dinner.
Czocha Castle | Leśna, Poland
Lower Silesia in Poland abounds in beautiful castles, but the most romantic of them is the Czocha Castle. Built at the end of the thirteenth century, the fortress had changed owner several times, and was used as a holiday home by Polish soldiers after World War II. Opened in 1996, the renovated castle welcomes with exciting attractions such as the Knight’s Hall or the Marble Hall, a ghostly fireplace, secret doors or a medieval weapons collection. The castle also functions as a hotel, with three standard and seven themed rooms.
Kastélyhotel Sasvár Resort | Parádvásár, Hungary
Nestled among the picturesque hills of Mátra, the Sasvár castle hotel is a center of elegance, comfort and experience. The rooms are located in three wings of the building, which are connected by an underground corridor, as well as the adventure pool. There are also underwater massages, a hot tub, a steam bath, a fitness room and a sunbathing terrace. The castle hotel has a tennis court and volleyball court in the park, while billiards, bowling and squash courts inside are available free of charge.
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Chateau Herálec Boutique Hotel & Spa by L’Occitane | Web | Instagram
Otočec Castle Hotel | Web | Facebook | Instagram
Czocha Castle | Web | Facebook | Instagram
Kastélyhotel Sasvár Resort | Web | Facebook | Instagram