Take a walk along the colonnade, set off on a forest path along springs routes, play golf, or go for culture. There are many possibilities to spend time actively in this beautiful Spa town.
It is located directly in Marienbad wonderful 18 hole course of the classic type in the vicinity of Marienbad. You can also play on five other golf courses which are Golf Kynzvart, Golf Resort Franzenbad (Hazlov), Golf Club Sokolov, Golf Resort Karlsbad (Olsova Vrata) or Golf Resort Cihelny.
Do not hesitate to contact our reception for more details.
Tennis clubs in Marienbad offer several outdoor courts with clay, practice playground and two inflatable halls, where you can play not only tennis but also badminton.
Marienbad is an ideal destination or cycling trips. Around the city you will find more than 15 bike routes, which are both for beginners and experienced cyclists. The routes are 16 to 50 km long and lead through almost all the attractions you can come across in the Karlovy Vary region. We will be happy to provide you with more information about specific routes at reception.
Nordic walking is walking with special walking poles which relaxes muscles and regulates high blood pressure. Walking around the city, beautiful English Parks or forest routes will improve your condition and clear your mind.
Enjoying a spa wafer while walking through the colonnade while listening to the singing fountain is the perfect activity to spend a relaxing afternoon in Marienbad. You can listen to the singing fountain every odd hour from 7am to 7pm. However, you will enjoy the last performance accompanied by light effects at 9pm.
The pride of Marienbad remains elegant parks and orchards, designed by Vaclav Skalnik at the beginning of the 19th century. This talented architect created a real masterpiece with botanical and artistic value. Therefore, enjoy a moment of well-being and relaxation by observing pure nature.
Kladska peat National Nature Reserve is located in the heart of Slavkov forest. It offers a view of the mountain highland peat. This local peat we use for medical purposes in our spa treatments. The nature reserve covers 266 hectares and consists of five partssuch as Paterak, Taiga, Lysiny, Maly raseliniste and Husi forest. Taiga leads to an educational trail paths that captures some protected plants and another natural resources.
If you love a history you can visit the nearby village Tepla where is a Premonstratensian monastery with the largest library in the Czech Republic. The monastery is an important place for the whole area because it was his abbot Karel Kaspar Reitenberger who initiated the establishment of the spa of which is Marienbad unique and beautiful today.
Do you like Czech cultural monuments? In the Boheminium park in Marienbad you will see the most interesting ones nicely together. On a pleasant walk through the park you will see the best 75 different miniatures in the Czech Republic. Take a closer look at St. Bartholomew Cathedral, Karlstejn Castle, Loket, Bezdez, Krumlov and many more.
The oldest preserved house in Marienbad where Johann Wolfgang von Goethe lived in 1823, now serves as a town museum. The museum is located above the colonnade and except Mondays you can visit it every day from 9:30 to 18:00 hours the permanent exhibition presents the history of Marienbad. The importance of the science of balneology, the geological development and nature of the region. The museum also includes a geological park which extends directly above our hotel.
The municipal theatre with a history of almost one hundred and fifty years is one of the oldest cultural building in Marienbad. Although the theatre does not have its own acting groups you can look forward to regular performances of concerts played by theatre groups, actors and also musicians from all over the Czech Republic.
Fans of the film can enjoy the evening shows by visiting the local cinema Slavia, Marienbad which is located in the city centre not far from the main road.
The opening of the spa season is a traditional social event organised every second weekend in May in honour of the reopening spa season. Part of the celebration is usually a mass in Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, gala concert and accompanying music and dance program in which students of Frederik Chopin Art School participate with the local brass band. The internationally renowned Frederyk Chopin Music Festival has been an integral part of cultural events in Marienbad for decades. This music festival brings many important performers and conductors from all over the world every year to Marienbad. It is info of he largest cultural holidays in the Czech Republic.
Other important event and celebration include liberation after World War II by the U.S.A. military.
More then two hundred years ago, forest wastelands and swamps stretched out in places where you can find beautiful parks and important buildings today. This abandoned area was under the administration of a monastery in the nearby town of Tepla. It was the monks from the local monastery who were the first to discover the salt springs here and began to extract salt from them. Thanks to its sale, rumours circulated fast about the benefit of the local waters, which soon attracted the first patients. Great interest forced the monastery officials to clean up the springs and make them accessible to the public. However, the locals did not trust the sources much so the first attempt of stablish a spa did not work out.
It was not until 1779, when the monastery physician Jan Josef Nehr convinced the abbot of Tepla, K.K. Reitenberger, of their healing effects. K.K. Reitenberger and the talented garden architect Vaclav Skalnik also contributed to the further development of the spa in the 19 th century by expanding the construction of spa buildings and pavilions. He carried out extensive landscaping and designed parks next to springs which are the pride of Marienbad today.