The Czech Republic boasts some of the most romantic places in Eastern Europe, and none more indulging and pampering than its beautiful spa towns. One of these, Františkovy Lázně, a favorite of Johann Wolfgang Goethe and the smallest spa of the West Bohemian spa triangle, is renowned worldwide as the world’s first peat pulp bath.
Back in 1793 Františkovy Lázně operated 24 mineral springs, 23 of which are still in operation today. Wraps, baths, the magical hands of masseuses and relaxation in a scented sauna are only some of the ingredients that will make your stay at one of the spas here special, Valentine’s Day or not.
Hotel Goethe, situated on one of the city’s most beautiful streets, in the center of the spa zone, offers a variety of affordable holiday options, and treatments proven in years of tradition. Some of the comfortable rooms offer you a magnificent view of the whole promenade. Room prices can be as low as €15 including breakfast, and spa prices begin at €33 per person in off-season.
Surrounded by a beautifully manicured lush, and romantic park, with gorgeous panoramic views of the Isabella promenade, Hotel Belvedere is a health spa, ideal for a calm, relaxing and reinvigorating Valentine’s weekend. Off-season prices begin at €33 per room including breakfast, and €51 per person for spa treatments.
Hotel Pawlik is a true oasis of wellness and relaxation. With water treatments, a world-class fitness and wellness center, and excellent spa packages, this provides the ultimate spa experience, whether you are traveling for business or pleasure. The romance completes with dances on the summer terrace. This Valentine’s Day, in the absence of warm weather to allow their guests to enjoy the terrace, the hotel prepared other enticing surprises. Prices in off-season begin at €45 per room including breakfast and €67 per person for spa packages.