A royal experience
The end of the nineteenth century was a ‘golden age’ for Marienbad. Taking in the waters at one of the surging spa destinations became en vogue and increasingly popular among the European elite. Without a doubt, the quaint Bohemian spa town of Marienbad was ‘the place” to see and be seen. Nové Lázně Health Spa Hotel, built in 1828 as Neubad – New Spa – and renovated and enlarged in 1896, became the main therapy and wellness centre of Marienbad. Famous writers Goethe and Gogol, composers Chopin and Wagner, and even English King Edward VII have graced the hotel with their presence and discriminating taste.
Nowadays, the “Nové Lázně” is a historic Five-Star health spa hotel, which attracts visitors from all around the world because of its premium hospitality service and the well-known quality of its professional medical treatments. This luxurious Neo-Renaissance structure still is the largest and architecturally most beautiful building in Marienbad and faces the perfectly manicured park that runs through the centre of town.