Masarykova 602, 373 41 Hluboká nad Vltavou
LH Parkhotel Hluboká is located near the Hluboká Castle, one of the most visited castles in the Czech Republic. The hotel building is surrounded by a park and has 62 comfortable rooms (150 beds), a restaurant with a summer terrace, a lobby bar, a multifunctional separable hall for up to 400 people, a wellness center and a monitored parking lot for about 60 cars and 3 buses. The stylish restaurant Hunting hut is located on the hotel grounds, where you can enjoy first-class gastronomy.
Hluboká nad Vltavou is an attractive destination with a developed tourist and sports infrastructure that can be used all year round. It offers a wide range of opportunities…for both, active and passive leisure time.
Masarykova 602, 373 41 Hluboká nad Vltavou
LH Parkhotel **** Hluboká has a convenient location, only 7 km from the D3 highway, 10 km from the center of České Budějovice, 30 km from Český Krumlov, 140 km from Prague (90 min.), 130 km from Pilsen and 200 km from Brno .
The Parkhotel has its own monitored parking lot for about 60 cars and 3 buses. Parking for a fee.
There are bus stops Pod hotelem and Škola right next to the hotel. From these stops there are connections from Týn nad Vltavou or České Budějovice.
The main stop in Hluboká nad Vltavou is the Pod kostelem stop, which is located in the city center. Both direct lines to Hluboká nad Vltavou and only passing bus lines stop here. The bus stop is 800 m from the hotel.
Hluboká nad Vltavou can be easily reached by train. There are two train stops here:
Hluboká nad Vltavou - U Sudárny: direction Č. Budějovice - Pilsen (The stop is 3 km from the hotel.
Hluboká nad Vltavou – Zámostí: direction Č. Budějovice – Prague (The stop is 3 km from the hotel.
Experience active relaxation on a bike! If you don't have your own bike, we are happy to lend you one. We also have a child seat available for you. Hluboká boasts first-class cycle paths, and you can start the nearest one directly from our hotel. You can find the price list for renting bicycles and accessories HERE
Originally, the Hluboká royal castle was founded together with the nearby České Budějovice in the 13th century by the Czech king Přemysl Otakar II. Hluboká nad Vltavou Castle enchants visitors with its unique architecture inspired by medieval castles and ornate historical interiors, including the beautiful castle chapel. The tower of the castle offers a panoramic view of the countryside and the Vltava River.
For lovers of nature and active recreation, the city offers countless possibilities. Fans of hiking, cycling and in-line skating can enjoy scenic trails along the Vltava River that offer breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Whether you go for a leisurely walk or a quick bike ride, nature will prepare fabulous scenery for you here.
The city's outdoor swimming pool is the ideal place to cool off during hot summer days. For beginners or experienced climbers, there is a via ferrata that will give you an unforgettable experience.
In the heart of the picturesque town of Hluboká nad Vltavou lies a golf paradise for passionate golfers. The golf course in Hluboká is not only an architectural gem, but also an oasis of calm. A professional coaching team is available to help all beginners or improve your skills.
And for those who are looking for a combination of sports and relaxation, there is the Hluboká sports and relaxation area, which offers a whole range of activities and a wide range of sports activities in one place. Areál Hluboká is an ideal place for families with children. Here you will find: adrenaline park, bouncy ball and water pillow, mini golf, trampolines and much more.
Ohrada Castle was built in the years 1708 - 1713 in the Baroque style for Prince A.F. Schwarzenberg as a hunting castle. The Museum of Forestry, Hunting and Fishing is the oldest hunting museum in Europe. The first museum collections of hunting trophies and stuffed animals were placed in the baroque Ohrada castle as early as 1842. The castle itself served from the very beginning as a background for the organization of parfors hunts and festivities.
History at every turn, regional gastronomy and excellent Budvar - this is Budejce. A city with more than 750 years of tradition, a lot of imposing monuments and breathtaking surrounding nature. In České Budějovice you can visit: Přamysl Otakar II Square, the Black and Rabenstein towers, the Dominican monastery, observatory and planetarium, the South Bohemian Museum and much more.
Holašovice, registered in 1998 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most beautiful villages in the Czech Republic thanks to its farmhouses in the South Bohemian Baroque style. Around the village with a small pond are houses with spiers and richly decorated wide gables. A picturesque picture complementing wells, a baroque chapel and a forge.
A tangle of winding medieval streets, picturesque gables of burgher houses, romantic corners, an impressive castle and chateau, cafes and medieval pubs, exhibitions, concerts, festivals - all this is Český Krumlov, which has been on the UNESCO list of monuments since 1992.