Winter castle hotels, just like in fairy tales

Winter castle hotels, just like in fairy tales

Although winter is not a very popular season for many of us, it is one of the most enchanting times of the year—the snowy landscape, the fire flickering in the fireplace and the charm of getting comfy on the couch provide an unmistakable experience for everyone. But wherever we can create that intimate feeling, certain locations can still enhance that charm. In our selection today we will show you the most majestic winter castle hotels in the region!

Czocha Castle | Poland

One of the most magical places in the selection is undoubtedly the Polish Czocha Castle. This mystique is due not only to the look and atmosphere of the castle hotel, but also to the seasonal program options: lovers of history and legends can enjoy guided tours of secret hiding places and other mystical programs. In addition, of course, there are also curiosities in the Harry Potter atmosphere castle for those looking to relax, and the Polish gastronomy and spa experience will keep you entertained even on colder days.

Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras | Slovakia

What can Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel look like in winter? The Grand Hotel Kempinski represents the charming mountain milieu and the elegance of luxury wellness at once. From active recreation to real “snowfall”, everything is available: ski slopes nearby, a hot jacuzzi and a yoga room in the hotel. In the winter months, the particularly beautiful High Tatras provide a fairytale environment for this unusual building.

Hotels Schloss Leopoldskron | Austria

Who wouldn’t want, if only a little, to experience what it might have been like to be a ruler? The Hotel Schloss Leopoldskron has been a stronghold of arts and science, a looted palace and a spa hotel during its interesting historyalthough healing is not the key today, the comfort of its guests is still paramount.

Vezha Vedmezha Castle Hotel | Ukraine

Winter in the Carpathians: both romantic and fairytale-like. The Vezha Vedmezha hotel complex’s diverse range of activities includes not only skiing and snowboarding, but also horse riding, sledding and winter off-road in a special atmosphere. And thanks to the special design of the building, we wouldn’t be surprised if a magical creature suddenly appeared.

Czocha Castle | Web | Facebook | Instagram
Grand Hotel Kempinski | Web | Facebook | Instagram
Hotel Schloss Leopoldskron | Web | Facebook
Vezha Vedmezha Castle Hotel | Web | Instagram

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