The impressive Grandhotel Pupp is located in the historical centre of
All rooms feature a satellite TV, free Wi-Fi and some of them come with a balcony.
Bohemian specialities and international dishes are served in the various onsite restaurants. Traditional cakes and desserts can be enjoyed at Café
and on a summer terrace. Little Hall, an onsite restaurant and Becher´s Bar invite you to enjoy the evening entertainment, including a live band.
Founded in 1701 and risen to fame by Johann Georg Pupp, who was originally a Pastry-Chef. the Grandhotel Pupp already accommodated such famous guests as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Johann Sebastian Bach, Richard Wagner and the most famous stars from Internation film festival in Karlovy Vary.
Digital newspaper service, as well as bike rental are available. During the winter season, guests may enjoy special discounts in a ski resort located 32 km from the hotel.
. It offers , onsite restaurants and exclusive centre with a relaxation pool, meditation bath, sauna and steam bath, as well as a fitness room. A wide range of beauty and wellness treatments including a salt cave, physiotherapy and massages is available.
This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Karlovy Vary! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.
in the centre buffet-style breakfast own restaurant bar international cuisine regional specialities vegetarian cuisine diet cuisine friendly with families care of children reductions for children play ground fun for children pets allowed elevator safe parking lot bus parking lot
luxury suite flat standard room single room double room room with several beds WC bath-tub shower TV set radio telephone internet connexion minibar kitchenette equipped for disabled persons non-smoking areas aircondition fax for guests
wellness area beautyfarm massages whirlpool sauna bikes for rent indoor swimming-pool golf course fitness center dancing dancing evenings singleparty open air pub wine-tasting congress training-colleges room for training-colleges stage