Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa Marienbad ****

Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa Marienbad ****

Wellness hotel Czech Republic
Czech Republik | Marienbad

90%
969 Reviews

Room: 93/100
Clean: 91/100
Service: 90/100

Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa Marienbad ****

Wellness hotel Czech Republic
Czech Republik | Marienbad

90%
969 Reviews

Room: 93/100
Clean: 91/100
Service: 90/100

Hotel description

The Wellnesshotel Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa in Marienbad, Czech Republic, still reminds us today of the architectural heyday of Marienbad from 1870 to 1914 with numerous art nouveau buildings, spa houses, foyers, churches and hotels. The hotel dates from this period. It was built in 1875 and is located in the historical centre of Marienbad. Over the years, the traditional hotel has been extended by four additional wings in the same style and offers its international visitors a comprehensive wellness and health programme.

The hotel's own medical centre is located directly in the wellness hotel. Here guests can combine their holiday with a relaxing cure. The concept includes a wide range of relaxation and health offers that promote both physical and mental health. This includes physiotherapeutic and physical treatments, medical body wraps, personal training or medical spas and water therapies.

One of the special features of the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa is its own Alexandra Spring. It rises in the park of the hotel and the water is led directly into the hotel. As drinking water, the water of the Alexandra Spring has many positive effects on the metabolism and the digestive tract. A bath in this water leads to an improvement in the functions of the vegetative nervous system. It also has a relaxing effect on the entire muscle apparatus.

Guests will also find peace and relaxation in the spacious spa and wellness department of the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa. A comprehensive range of wellness and cosmetic treatments as well as various saunas and pools ensure a relaxing stay in Marienbad.

Outside the spa area, Marienbad with its springs, the Singing Fountain and other surrounding spa resorts worth seeing offers a lot of potential for exploring. Here you can combine your spa holiday wonderfully with one or two excursions to the numerous sights.





The Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa has a spacious 2,500m² spa and wellness area. It also includes a heated outdoor swimming pool, an indoor pool, a salt water pool and a separate therapy pool. In the sauna area, guests can choose from a selection of Finnish, infrared or low temperature saunas and a steam bath.  

Beauty

The Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa’s guests will experience complete relaxation in the wellness and beauty area.  The following treatments are offered:

  • Classic facials
  • Eye treatments
  • Anti-aging facial treatments
  • Hyaluronic facial treatments

Guests can choose from a choice of pampering and wellbeing massages:

  • Aromatherapy candle massage
  • Head and neck massage
  • Hot stone massage
  • Herbal stamp massage
  • Thai massage
  • Shiatsu

Wellbeing wraps:

  • Cleopatra wrap
  • Anti-aging vitamin wrap
  • Body exfoliation

Wellness & Care

Located in Marienbad, the Falkensteiner Hotel GrandMed Spa offers its guests a holistic concept based on these five columns: wellness, prevention, recreation, vitality and cure.   

Prevention and recreation include

  • Medical consultations
  • Healing massages

Vitality includes:

  • Physiotherapy and physical treatments
  • Exercise and activity programmes
  • Personal training

Guests can choose from the following cure treatments:

  • Oxygen and inhalation therapy
  • Medical healing baths and water therapies
  • Medical wraps
  • Mud therapy using colloidal silver 

Distinctions

The Alexandra spring is one of 16 healing springs in Marienbad. The source of this spring is located in the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa’s park. It was discovered in 1873 and named after Duchess Alexandra Mecklenburg-Schwerin, who enjoyed spending time at the health resort in Marienbad. The water is pumped through pipes directly into the hotel. A bath in the thermal spring water is not only relaxing for the muscles, it also lowers blood pressure and is perfect for treating skin conditions like psoriasis or inflammation. Consumed as drinking water it has a positive effect on both the digestive system and the metabolism.  

In the historical main building of the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa, guests can browse through the ancient books in the art nouveau library. King of Waltz Johann Strauss used to play on the grand piano in the library. 

Many visitor’s first port of call tends to be the Maxim Gorki colonnade to sample the mineral water from Marienbad’s most popular springs – the K?ížový (Cross), Rudolf?v (Rudolph) and Karolinin (Caroline). Influenced by the architecture of the earlier Baroque period, it was built between 1888 and 1889 and still remains in its original condition. Its cast-iron construction has been regularly maintained so that it keeps its special charm.

Located right in front of the colonnade, visitors will find another of Marienbad’s famous attractions – a singing fountain. The fountain was built using 250 jets and an abstract flower sculpture as a centre piece. Every other hour, visitors can enjoy a spectacular water show accompanied by both classical and modern music. Special lighting enhances the display during the hours of darkness. 

As well as Marienbad, the traditional spa towns of Karlsbad and Franzensbad also belong to the Bohemian spa triangle. Karlsbad is located in the Teplá River valley and is well-known for its many hot springs; the most popular being the Karlsbad spring, having a temperature of 73C.

Karlsbad was founded in the 14th century and named after the Czech king and Roman emperor, Karl IV.

The train line that runs between Karlsbad and Marienbad makes its way through the beautiful landscape of the Emperor’s forest (Kaiserwald) and the Teplá valley.  

Franzensbad is the smallest of the West Bohamian spa towns. It was founded in 1793, and like Marienbad and Karlsbad, has lots of natural mineral springs. Visitors to Franzensbad will enjoy this charming spa town with its historical architecture and beautiful parks.  

It’s also worth visiting the town of Kladskà. Situated amid beautiful nature, this picturesque village is located right in the centre of the Emperor’s forest nature reserve. The village is an ideal starting point for walkers, cyclists and anglers.  

On the Kladskà nature trail, visitors can discover its history along with the flora and fauna of the Emperor’s forest.

Not far away from Marienbad is Königswart Castle. It became popular because it was once the summer residence of the Austrian foreign minister and the chancellor Elector von Metternich between 1773 and 1859. The castle has been renovated with its beautiful rooms now being open to the public. The Elector von Metternich’s library is one of the most important in the country. The cabinet of curiosities also gives visitors an opportunity to view the personal effects of some of the castle’s many private owners

There’s also an enormous park and a brewery that belongs to the castle.

The premonstratensian Teplá Abbey was founded in 1193. It stood alone for many years until the discovery of several hot springs and Marienbad developed into the town it is today. The original Roman Gothic architecture can still be seen in some parts of the abbey. At the beginning of the 17th century, the abbey was rebuilt in the Baroque style. The famous Baroque library is home to more than 100,000 books and over 1,000 scripts.  

The historical city of Eger is easy to get to from Marienbad. The Eger fortress dates back to the 12th century and is known to be one of the most beautiful listed Roman buildings in middle Europe. The two-storey Roman chapel is particularly interesting to see.

Sport

The following activities are available within the vicinity of the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa:

  • Tennis
  • Horse riding
  • Cycling
  • Nordic Walking

In winter, the Marienbad ski resort offers the following activities:

  • Snow boarding
  • Skiing
  • Cross-country skiing

The Emperor’s Forest is ideal for walking through the snow-covered landscape. 

Fitness

The fitness room of the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa Marienbad is equipped with 10 high-quality fitness machines.

Golf

Golf has a long tradition in Marienbad and its surrounding area. There are two golf courses close to the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa.

The Royal Golfclub, Marienbad, is the oldest golf club in the Czech Republic and is located 2.7km from the hotel. It was built in a Scottish and Irish style in 1905. Facts: 27-hole, 18-hole championship/par 72/HCP: -54

The Kynzvart Golfclub is 9.5km from the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa. The club opened in 2010 and is known to be one of the best and most challenging clubs in the country. Facts: 9-/18-Loch, par 72

Restaurant "Johann Strauß"

The elegant and modern Johann Strauß restaurant serves a modern interpretation on traditional Bohemian cuisine. The chefs also accommodate for guests with food allergies and any other special requirements.

The hotel’s cosy lobby bar invites guests to end their day with live music and cocktails.

Hotel facilities

  • Free WiFi
  • Hypoallergenic rooms
  • Reception open 24 hours
  • Pets allowed
  • Garage or Car Park
  • Quiet rooms
  • Library
  • Accessible facilities
  • Amount of rooms: 164

Services

  • Early check in
  • Shuttle service

Restaurant

  • Bar
  • Vegetarian | Vegan cuisine
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Meals for special dietary requirements

Wellness & Spa

  • Total size of spa and wellness area (in qm) without outdoor facilities: 2500

Swimming areas

  • Outdoor pool ( in qm): 96
  • Saltwater pool ( in qm): 24
  • Whirlpool
  • Massage jets
  • Indoor pool ( in qm): 87
  • Brine bath
  • Relaxation loungers

Sauna

  • Finnish sauna (95°-110°C)
  • Bio sauna (40°-60°C)
  • Steam bath
  • Infrared sauna

Body and beauty care

  • Number of treatment cabins: 3

Beauty treatments

  • Traditional cosmetics
  • Natural cosmetics

Body treatments

  • Wellness massages
  • Relaxation baths
  • Hydrojet massage bed
  • Hammam

Conventional & alternative medicine

  • Medical wellness (In-house doctor)
  • Medical massages
  • Health check
  • Natural fango/ moor/ mud treatments
  • Physiotherapy
  • In-house healer
  • Nutrition counselling
  • Medical baths

Asian facilities and treatments

  • Yoga
  • Acupuncture
  • Shiatsu

Activities

  • Gymnastics room
  • Studio Size (in qm): 80
  • fitness studio
  • Number of fitness machines: 10
  • E-Bike Verleih

Activity programme

  • Tai chi
  • Nordic Walking
  • Back training
  • Aqua fitness
  • Qi Gong
  • Gymnastics
  • Cardio
  • Pilates

experience together

  • Guided hikes

Sports

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Hiking
  • Ski alpin
  • Golf course close by

Cultural events

  • Konzerte
  • Cultural excursions

Terms of Conditions Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences

I. Scope

  1. These General Terms and Conditions apply to all contracts (e.g. accommodation contracts or contracts for the provision of other services) concluded by an operating company of the Falkensteiner Michaeler Tourism Group (hereinafter a "Hotel Management Company") with regard to a hotel operated by it (Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences).

  2. If the contractual partner of the Hotel Management Company is not at the same time a hotel guest, then the contracting party is obliged to transfer the obligations arising from these general terms and conditions to the hotel guest.

  3. A contract with a Hotel Management Company is only established in combination with these terms and conditions. Any terms and conditions of the contracting party do not apply.

II. Definitions "Hotel Guest":

"Contracting Party":

"Entrepreneur" or"Consumer":

"Contract":

Is a natural person requiring accommodation. The hotel guest is usually also a contracting party. Persons arriving with the contracting party (e.g. family members, friends, etc.) are also considered as hotel guests.

Is a natural or legal person domestically or abroad, who concludes an accommodation contract as a hotel guest or for a hotel guest.

The terms are to be understood within the meaning of the Austrian Consumer Protection Act.

Is the accommodation contract concluded between the Hotel Management Company and the contracting party for other services, the content of which shall be further specified below.

III. Contract Conclusion | Deposit

  1. The contract with the Hotel Management Company is established through the acceptance of the order of the contracting party. The Hotel Management Company is free to confirm a booking in writing or not.

  2. The Hotel Management Company is authorized to conclude the contract on the condition that the contracting party makes a down payment or provides a credit card authorization (see below). In this case, the Hotel Management Company is obliged to inform the contracting party of the required down payment or credit card authorization prior to accepting the written or oral order of the contracting party. If the contracting party agrees to the down payment or credit card authorization (in writing or verbally), the contract is concluded with the receipt of the agreement to pay the down payment from the contracting party by the Hotel Management Company or with the authorization of a credit card.

  1. The contracting party is obliged to pay the down payment no later than 7 days after booking. The costs for the financial transaction (e.g. transfer charges) are borne by the contracting party. Credit and debit cards are subject to the terms and conditions of the card companies. The down payment is a partial payment on the agreed fee.

  2. The following credit card details must be provided at the time of booking: Name, Credit Card Number, Expiration Date, CVV Code. The authorization granted by the contractor includes:

    •  at the time of the booking: pre-authorization of one night

    • about 2 days prior to arrival: pre-authorization of one additional night

IV. Beginning and End of the Accommodation

  1. If the Hotel Management Company offers no other reference time, the contracting party is entitled to move into the rented rooms after 3:00 pm on the agreed day ("day of arrival").

  2. If a room is occupied for the first time prior to 6:00 am, the previous night shall count as the first night.

  3. The rented rooms are to be vacated by the contracting party by 10:00 am on the day of departure. If the rooms are not vacated by this time, the Hotel Management Company may charge the contracting party for the additional use of these rooms until 6:00 pm 50% of the full price (list price), and after 6:00 pm 100%. In addition, the contracting party shall reimburse any additional damage resulting from the delayed vacating of the rooms in accordance with the statutory provisions.

V. Cancellation by the Contracting Party | Cancellation Fee

  1. For on-line bookings or accommodation contracts, which are concluded by means of remote sales, the right of withdrawal of the contracting party within 14 days from the conclusion of the contract is excluded. The agreed cancellation terms associated with the room rate apply.

  2. Withdrawal by the contracting party is only permitted if the following cancellation fees are paid:

    Up to 28 days prior to arrival: 15% of the total amount of the booked stay 27 to 7 days prior to arrival: 45% of the total amount of the booked stay 6 to 1 day(s) prior to arrival 75% of the total amount of the booked stay On arrival day: 90% of the total amount of the booked stay

    For a no show, unused room or early departure, 100% of the total amount will be charged.

VI. Cancellation by the Hotel Management Company

  1. If the contract provides for a down payment and the down payment was not made on time by the contracting party, the Hotel Management Company is entitled to withdraw from the contract without a grace period.

  2. If the guest does not arrive by 6:00 pm on the agreed arrival day, no obligation for accommodation exists, unless a later arrival time has been agreed to.

  3. If, on the other hand, the contractual partner has made a down payment, the premises remain reserved until at least 10:00 am of the day following the agreed arrival day. With prepayments for more than four days, the obligation to accommodate ends at 6:00 pm on the fourth day, with the day of arrival being the first day, unless the hotel guest announces a later day of arrival.

  4. The Hotel Management Company is entitled to withdraw from the contract at any time, for materially justified reasons, for example in the event

  • of force majeure or other circumstances, making the fulfilment of the contract impossible, for which the Hotel Management Company is not responsible;

  • of rooms being booked under misleading or false statements of material facts, e.g. regarding the person of the hotel guest or the purpose;

  • that the Hotel Management Company has reason to assume that the use of the hotel services could jeopardize the smooth operation of the business, without this being attributable to the operational or organizational domain of the hotel;

  • of a material breach of these terms and conditions.


?VII. Rights of the Contracting Party

1. By concluding an accommodation contract, the contracting party acquires the right to the normal use of the rented rooms, the facilities of the hotel, which are accessible to the guests for normal use and without this being subject to any special conditions, and the usual service. The contracting party must exercise its rights in accordance with any hotel and/or guest guidelines (house rules).

VIII.Obligations of the Contracting Party

  1. The contracting party is obliged to pay the agreed remuneration plus any additional amounts that have arisen due to the additional use of services by him/her and/or the guests accompanying him/her, plus statutory sales tax, at the latest at the time of departure.

  2. The Hotel Management Company is not obliged to accept foreign currencies. If the Hotel Management Company accepts foreign currencies, these will be accepted at the current exchange rates. If the Hotel Management Company accepts foreign currency or cashless payment, the contracting partner will bear all associated costs, such as inquiries with credit card companies, etc.

  3. The contracting party shall be liable to the Hotel Management Company for any damage he/she or the hotel guest or other persons, who receive the services of the Hotel Management Company, caused with the knowledge or intention of the contracting party.

  4. The subletting or transfer of the hotel rooms provided, as well as their use for purposes other than for accommodation purposes, require the prior written consent of the Hotel Management Company.

  5. The contracting party undertakes to inform the Hotel Management Company without being asked and without delay (but at the latest, upon the conclusion of the contract) that the desired use and/or the event planned at the hotel could potentially raise public interest or affect the interests of the hotel, whether due to its political, religious or other nature.

  6. Newspaper advertisements, other advertising measures and publications relating to the hotel require the prior written consent of the Hotel Management Company.

  7. If the customer violates this duty of disclosure in accordance with article 5 or is a publication without such consent in accordance with article 6, the Hotel Management Company has the right to prohibit the use in the desired manner or to withdraw from the contract.

  8. Invoices of the Hotel Management Company without a due date are payable immediately without deduction. Objections to invoices can only be raised within one month of receipt.

  9. In case of a late payment by the contracting party, the Hotel Management Company is entitled to charge default interest in the amount of 5% p.a. to consumers and the statutory default interest to entrepreneurs. The assertion of a delay damage exceeding this interest by the Hotel Management Company is expressly reserved.

IX. Rights of the Hotel Management Company

  1. If the contractual partner refuses to pay the specified fee or if he/she is in arrears, the Hotel Management Company is entitled to the legal right of retention pursuant to § 970c of the Civil Code of Austria (ABGB) and the legal lien pursuant to § 1101 of the Civil Code of Austria (ABGB) of the items brought to the hotel by the contractual partner or the hotel guest. The Hotel Management Company is also entitled to this retention or lien to secure their claim under the contract, in particular for meals, other expenses which were made by contracting party, and for any claims for compensation of any kind.

  2. If the service is required in the room of the contracting party or at extraordinary times of the day (after 8:00 pm and before 6:00 am), the Hotel Management Company is entitled to demand a special fee. However, this special fee must be announced on the price table in the room. The Hotel Management Company may also refuse these services for operational reasons.

  3. The Hotel Management Company is entitled to the right to the billing or interim billing of the service at any time.

  4. If the contracting party subsequently wishes to change the number of booked rooms, the service, or the length of stay of the hotel guests, to which the Hotel Management Company agrees, the accommodation charge may be adjusted accordingly by the Hotel Management Company. Furthermore, the accommodation charge may be raised by the Hotel Management Company for materially justified reasons by up to a max. of 15% if the period between the conclusion of the contract and the date of arrival is greater than 4 months.

X. Obligations of the Hotel Management Company

  1. The Hotel Management Company is obliged to provide the agreed services to the extent that complies with its standards.

  2. The Hotel Management Company is obliged to keep the rooms booked by the contracting party available and to provide the agreed services, provided the contracting party has fulfilled its payment obligation. The contracting party is not entitled to require the provisioning of specific rooms.

  3. The Hotel Management Company’s duty to display the prices of special services, which are not included in the accommodation fee, includes, for example:

    a) special services, which may be charged separately, such as the provision of salons, sauna, indoor pool, swimming pool, solarium, parking, etc.;

    b) a separate price will be charged for the provision of additional beds or cots.

XI. Termination of the Contract

  1. If the contract was concluded for a certain period of time, it concludes at the end of that period.

  2. If the contracting party leaves prematurely, the Hotel Management Company is entitled to demand the payment of the agreed remuneration in full.

  3. Upon the death of a guest, the contract between the Hotel Management Company and this guest ends.

  4. The Hotel Management Company is entitled to dissolve the accommodation contract with immediate effect for good cause, in particular if the contracting party partner or the hotel guest:
    a) makes substantially disadvantageous use of the premises or, through his/her reckless, offensive, or otherwise grossly indecent conduct, spoils the cohabitation with the other guests, the owner, his/her employees or third-party residents of the accommodation establishment, or commits an offense punishable by law against the property, morality, or physical safety of these persons;
    b) becomes infected by a contagious disease or otherwise requires care due to an illness, which extends beyond the term of accommodation;
    c) does not pay the due invoices submitted within a reasonable period (3 days).

  5. If the fulfilment of the contract becomes impossible due to an event of force majeure (e.g. natural disasters, strike, lock-out, official orders, etc.), the Hotel Management Company may terminate the contract at any time without a notice period, unless the contract is already deemed dissolved by law, or the Hotel Management Company has been exempted from their accommodation obligation. Any claims for damages, etc. of the contracting party are excluded.

XII. Liability o fthe Hotel Management Company for Damage stoItems Belonging to the Contracting Party

  1. According to §§ 970 et seq. of the Civil Code of Austria, the Hotel Management Company is liable for damages to items belonging to the contracting party. The Hotel Management Company is only liable if the items were handed over to the Hotel Management Company or persons authorized by the Hotel Management Company or were taken to a designated location or a location designated by the Hotel Management Company. Insofar as the Hotel Management Company fails to prove this, the Hotel Management Company is liable for its own fault or the fault of its employees and that of persons going in and out of the premises. According to § 970, section 1, of the Civil Code of Austria, the Hotel Management Company is liable at the most up to the amount stipulated in the Federal Act on the liability of innkeepers and other entrepreneurs of 16 November 1921, as amended. If the contracting party or the hotel guest does not comply with the request of the Hotel Management Company to deposit his/her belongings in a special storage location without delay, the Hotel Management Company is released from any liability. The amount of any liability of the Hotel Management Company is limited to the sum of the liability insurance of the respective Hotel Management Company. Any fault of the contracting party or hotel guest must be taken into account.

  2. The liability of the Hotel Management Company for slight negligence is excluded. If the contracting party is an entrepreneur, liability for gross negligence is also excluded. In this case, the contracting party bears the burden of proof for the existence of the fault. Consequential or indirect damages as well as lost profits are in no way reimbursed.

  3. For valuables, money, and securities, the Hotel Management Company is liable only up to the current amount of 550 €. The Hotel Management Company is only liable forany further damage in the event that it had taken over these items for safekeeping in knowledge of their condition or in the event that the damage was caused by the Hotel Management Company itself or one of its employees. The limitation of liability according to Article XIII below applies mutatis mutandis.

  4. The safekeeping of valuables, money, and securities may be refused by the Hotel Management Company if they are of a much higher value than items that the guests of the respective Hotel Management Company usually hand over for safekeeping.

  5. In any case, the assumed safekeeping liability is excluded if the contracting party and/or hotel guest does not notify the Hotel Management Company of the incurred damage immediately. In addition, these claims must be asserted in court within three years from the date of discovery or possible knowledge of the damage by the contracting party or hotel guest; otherwise, this right is forfeited.


XIII. Limitations of Liability

  1. If the contracting party is a consumer, the Hotel Management Company’s liability forslight negligence, with the exception of personal injury, is excluded.

  2. If the contracting party is an entrepreneur, the Hotel Management Company’s liabilityfor slight and gross negligence is excluded. In this case, the contracting party bears the burden of proof for the existence of the fault. Consequential, intangible, or indirect damages as well as lost profits are not reimbursed. The damage to be compensated always finds its limit in the reliance interest.

XIV. Place of Fulfilment, Choice of Jurisdiction and Law

  1. The place of fulfilment is the place where the Hotel Management Company is located.

  2. This contract is subject to the formal and substantive law of Austria, to the exclusion of the rules of international private law (especially the Austrian IPRG and EVÜ) and UN sales law.

  3. The exclusive place of jurisdiction in the bilateral entrepreneurial business is the domicile of the Hotel Management Company, whereby the Hotel Management Company is moreover entitled to assert its rights with any other local and factually competent court.

  4. If the contract has been concluded with a contracting party who is a consumer, resident, or habitually resident of/in Austria, actions against the consumer may be brought exclusively at the place of residence, habitual residence or place of employment of the consumer.

  5. If the contract has been concluded with a contracting party who is a consumer residing in a member state of the European Union (except for Austria), Iceland, Norway, or Switzerland, the exclusively competent court for complaints against the consumer is the court at the place of residence of the consumer.

XV. Data Protection

The Hotel Management Company complies with the data protection regulations (DSGVO, DSAG, TKG) as amended. Personal data are only collected, used, and passed on if permitted by law, or if the customer agrees to the data collection.

Detailed information on the processing of personal data, processing operations, and the rights of data subjects can be found in the privacy policy of the Falkensteiner Michaeler Tourism Group. These are available athttps://www.falkensteiner.com/dataprotection.

XVI. Final Provisions

  1. Unless otherwise provided for by the above provisions, a term commences upon receipt of the document stating the term for the contracting parties, who must respect this term. When calculating a term which is determined by days, the day or time marking the beginning of the term is not taken into account.

  2. Terms determined by weeks or months refer to the day of the week or the month which, by its designation or number, corresponds to the day on which the term commences. If this day is missing in the month, the last day of the respective month is decisive.

  3. Statements must be received by the other contracting party on the last day of the term (12 midnight).

  4. The limitation period for all claims of the contracting party (as well as the hotel guest) is one year if it is an entrepreneur. If the contracting party (hotel guest) is a consumer, the limitation period for all claims is 3 years.

  1. The Hotel Management Company is entitled to set off its own claims against the claims of the contracting party. The contracting party is not entitled to offset its own claims against the claims of the Hotel Management Company, unless the Hotel Management Company is insolvent or the claim of the contracting party is legally established or recognized by the Hotel Management Company.

  2. In the case of regulatory loopholes, the relevant statutory provisions shall apply.

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The Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa has a spacious 2,500m² spa and wellness area. It also includes a heated outdoor swimming pool, an indoor pool, a salt water pool and a separate therapy pool. In the sauna area, guests can choose from a selection of Finnish, infrared or low temperature saunas and a steam bath.  

Beauty

The Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa’s guests will experience complete relaxation in the wellness and beauty area.  The following treatments are offered:

  • Classic facials
  • Eye treatments
  • Anti-aging facial treatments
  • Hyaluronic facial treatments

Guests can choose from a choice of pampering and wellbeing massages:

  • Aromatherapy candle massage
  • Head and neck massage
  • Hot stone massage
  • Herbal stamp massage
  • Thai massage
  • Shiatsu

Wellbeing wraps:

  • Cleopatra wrap
  • Anti-aging vitamin wrap
  • Body exfoliation

Wellness & Care

Located in Marienbad, the Falkensteiner Hotel GrandMed Spa offers its guests a holistic concept based on these five columns: wellness, prevention, recreation, vitality and cure.   

Prevention and recreation include

  • Medical consultations
  • Healing massages

Vitality includes:

  • Physiotherapy and physical treatments
  • Exercise and activity programmes
  • Personal training

Guests can choose from the following cure treatments:

  • Oxygen and inhalation therapy
  • Medical healing baths and water therapies
  • Medical wraps
  • Mud therapy using colloidal silver 

Distinctions

The Alexandra spring is one of 16 healing springs in Marienbad. The source of this spring is located in the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa’s park. It was discovered in 1873 and named after Duchess Alexandra Mecklenburg-Schwerin, who enjoyed spending time at the health resort in Marienbad. The water is pumped through pipes directly into the hotel. A bath in the thermal spring water is not only relaxing for the muscles, it also lowers blood pressure and is perfect for treating skin conditions like psoriasis or inflammation. Consumed as drinking water it has a positive effect on both the digestive system and the metabolism.  

In the historical main building of the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa, guests can browse through the ancient books in the art nouveau library. King of Waltz Johann Strauss used to play on the grand piano in the library. 

Many visitor’s first port of call tends to be the Maxim Gorki colonnade to sample the mineral water from Marienbad’s most popular springs – the K?ížový (Cross), Rudolf?v (Rudolph) and Karolinin (Caroline). Influenced by the architecture of the earlier Baroque period, it was built between 1888 and 1889 and still remains in its original condition. Its cast-iron construction has been regularly maintained so that it keeps its special charm.

Located right in front of the colonnade, visitors will find another of Marienbad’s famous attractions – a singing fountain. The fountain was built using 250 jets and an abstract flower sculpture as a centre piece. Every other hour, visitors can enjoy a spectacular water show accompanied by both classical and modern music. Special lighting enhances the display during the hours of darkness. 

As well as Marienbad, the traditional spa towns of Karlsbad and Franzensbad also belong to the Bohemian spa triangle. Karlsbad is located in the Teplá River valley and is well-known for its many hot springs; the most popular being the Karlsbad spring, having a temperature of 73C.

Karlsbad was founded in the 14th century and named after the Czech king and Roman emperor, Karl IV.

The train line that runs between Karlsbad and Marienbad makes its way through the beautiful landscape of the Emperor’s forest (Kaiserwald) and the Teplá valley.  

Franzensbad is the smallest of the West Bohamian spa towns. It was founded in 1793, and like Marienbad and Karlsbad, has lots of natural mineral springs. Visitors to Franzensbad will enjoy this charming spa town with its historical architecture and beautiful parks.  

It’s also worth visiting the town of Kladskà. Situated amid beautiful nature, this picturesque village is located right in the centre of the Emperor’s forest nature reserve. The village is an ideal starting point for walkers, cyclists and anglers.  

On the Kladskà nature trail, visitors can discover its history along with the flora and fauna of the Emperor’s forest.

Not far away from Marienbad is Königswart Castle. It became popular because it was once the summer residence of the Austrian foreign minister and the chancellor Elector von Metternich between 1773 and 1859. The castle has been renovated with its beautiful rooms now being open to the public. The Elector von Metternich’s library is one of the most important in the country. The cabinet of curiosities also gives visitors an opportunity to view the personal effects of some of the castle’s many private owners

There’s also an enormous park and a brewery that belongs to the castle.

The premonstratensian Teplá Abbey was founded in 1193. It stood alone for many years until the discovery of several hot springs and Marienbad developed into the town it is today. The original Roman Gothic architecture can still be seen in some parts of the abbey. At the beginning of the 17th century, the abbey was rebuilt in the Baroque style. The famous Baroque library is home to more than 100,000 books and over 1,000 scripts.  

The historical city of Eger is easy to get to from Marienbad. The Eger fortress dates back to the 12th century and is known to be one of the most beautiful listed Roman buildings in middle Europe. The two-storey Roman chapel is particularly interesting to see.

Sport

The following activities are available within the vicinity of the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa:

  • Tennis
  • Horse riding
  • Cycling
  • Nordic Walking

In winter, the Marienbad ski resort offers the following activities:

  • Snow boarding
  • Skiing
  • Cross-country skiing

The Emperor’s Forest is ideal for walking through the snow-covered landscape. 

Fitness

The fitness room of the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa Marienbad is equipped with 10 high-quality fitness machines.

Golf

Golf has a long tradition in Marienbad and its surrounding area. There are two golf courses close to the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa.

The Royal Golfclub, Marienbad, is the oldest golf club in the Czech Republic and is located 2.7km from the hotel. It was built in a Scottish and Irish style in 1905. Facts: 27-hole, 18-hole championship/par 72/HCP: -54

The Kynzvart Golfclub is 9.5km from the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa. The club opened in 2010 and is known to be one of the best and most challenging clubs in the country. Facts: 9-/18-Loch, par 72

Restaurant "Johann Strauß"

The elegant and modern Johann Strauß restaurant serves a modern interpretation on traditional Bohemian cuisine. The chefs also accommodate for guests with food allergies and any other special requirements.

The hotel’s cosy lobby bar invites guests to end their day with live music and cocktails.

Hotel facilities

  • Free WiFi
  • Hypoallergenic rooms
  • Reception open 24 hours
  • Pets allowed
  • Garage or Car Park
  • Quiet rooms
  • Library
  • Accessible facilities
  • Amount of rooms

Services

  • Early check in
  • Shuttle service

Restaurant

  • Bar
  • Vegetarian | Vegan cuisine
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Meals for special dietary requirements

Wellness & Spa

  • Total size of spa and wellness area (in qm) without outdoor facilities

Swimming areas

  • Outdoor pool ( in qm)
  • Saltwater pool ( in qm)
  • Whirlpool
  • Massage jets
  • Indoor pool ( in qm)
  • Brine bath
  • Relaxation loungers

Sauna

  • Finnish sauna (95°-110°C)
  • Bio sauna (40°-60°C)
  • Steam bath
  • Infrared sauna

Body and beauty care

  • Number of treatment cabins

Beauty treatments

  • Traditional cosmetics
  • Natural cosmetics

Body treatments

  • Wellness massages
  • Relaxation baths
  • Hydrojet massage bed
  • Hammam

Conventional & alternative medicine

  • Medical wellness (In-house doctor)
  • Medical massages
  • Health check
  • Natural fango/ moor/ mud treatments
  • Physiotherapy
  • In-house healer
  • Nutrition counselling
  • Medical baths

Asian facilities and treatments

  • Yoga
  • Acupuncture
  • Shiatsu

Activities

  • Gymnastics room
  • Studio Size (in qm)
  • fitness studio
  • Number of fitness machines
  • E-Bike Verleih

Activity programme

  • Tai chi
  • Nordic Walking
  • Back training
  • Aqua fitness
  • Qi Gong
  • Gymnastics
  • Cardio
  • Pilates

experience together

  • Guided hikes

Sports

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Hiking
  • Ski alpin
  • Golf course close by

Cultural events

  • Konzerte
  • Cultural excursions

Terms of Conditions Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences

I. Scope

  1. These General Terms and Conditions apply to all contracts (e.g. accommodation contracts or contracts for the provision of other services) concluded by an operating company of the Falkensteiner Michaeler Tourism Group (hereinafter a "Hotel Management Company") with regard to a hotel operated by it (Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences).

  2. If the contractual partner of the Hotel Management Company is not at the same time a hotel guest, then the contracting party is obliged to transfer the obligations arising from these general terms and conditions to the hotel guest.

  3. A contract with a Hotel Management Company is only established in combination with these terms and conditions. Any terms and conditions of the contracting party do not apply.

II. Definitions "Hotel Guest":

"Contracting Party":

"Entrepreneur" or"Consumer":

"Contract":

Is a natural person requiring accommodation. The hotel guest is usually also a contracting party. Persons arriving with the contracting party (e.g. family members, friends, etc.) are also considered as hotel guests.

Is a natural or legal person domestically or abroad, who concludes an accommodation contract as a hotel guest or for a hotel guest.

The terms are to be understood within the meaning of the Austrian Consumer Protection Act.

Is the accommodation contract concluded between the Hotel Management Company and the contracting party for other services, the content of which shall be further specified below.

III. Contract Conclusion | Deposit

  1. The contract with the Hotel Management Company is established through the acceptance of the order of the contracting party. The Hotel Management Company is free to confirm a booking in writing or not.

  2. The Hotel Management Company is authorized to conclude the contract on the condition that the contracting party makes a down payment or provides a credit card authorization (see below). In this case, the Hotel Management Company is obliged to inform the contracting party of the required down payment or credit card authorization prior to accepting the written or oral order of the contracting party. If the contracting party agrees to the down payment or credit card authorization (in writing or verbally), the contract is concluded with the receipt of the agreement to pay the down payment from the contracting party by the Hotel Management Company or with the authorization of a credit card.

  1. The contracting party is obliged to pay the down payment no later than 7 days after booking. The costs for the financial transaction (e.g. transfer charges) are borne by the contracting party. Credit and debit cards are subject to the terms and conditions of the card companies. The down payment is a partial payment on the agreed fee.

  2. The following credit card details must be provided at the time of booking: Name, Credit Card Number, Expiration Date, CVV Code. The authorization granted by the contractor includes:

    •  at the time of the booking: pre-authorization of one night

    • about 2 days prior to arrival: pre-authorization of one additional night

IV. Beginning and End of the Accommodation

  1. If the Hotel Management Company offers no other reference time, the contracting party is entitled to move into the rented rooms after 3:00 pm on the agreed day ("day of arrival").

  2. If a room is occupied for the first time prior to 6:00 am, the previous night shall count as the first night.

  3. The rented rooms are to be vacated by the contracting party by 10:00 am on the day of departure. If the rooms are not vacated by this time, the Hotel Management Company may charge the contracting party for the additional use of these rooms until 6:00 pm 50% of the full price (list price), and after 6:00 pm 100%. In addition, the contracting party shall reimburse any additional damage resulting from the delayed vacating of the rooms in accordance with the statutory provisions.

V. Cancellation by the Contracting Party | Cancellation Fee

  1. For on-line bookings or accommodation contracts, which are concluded by means of remote sales, the right of withdrawal of the contracting party within 14 days from the conclusion of the contract is excluded. The agreed cancellation terms associated with the room rate apply.

  2. Withdrawal by the contracting party is only permitted if the following cancellation fees are paid:

    Up to 28 days prior to arrival: 15% of the total amount of the booked stay 27 to 7 days prior to arrival: 45% of the total amount of the booked stay 6 to 1 day(s) prior to arrival 75% of the total amount of the booked stay On arrival day: 90% of the total amount of the booked stay

    For a no show, unused room or early departure, 100% of the total amount will be charged.

VI. Cancellation by the Hotel Management Company

  1. If the contract provides for a down payment and the down payment was not made on time by the contracting party, the Hotel Management Company is entitled to withdraw from the contract without a grace period.

  2. If the guest does not arrive by 6:00 pm on the agreed arrival day, no obligation for accommodation exists, unless a later arrival time has been agreed to.

  3. If, on the other hand, the contractual partner has made a down payment, the premises remain reserved until at least 10:00 am of the day following the agreed arrival day. With prepayments for more than four days, the obligation to accommodate ends at 6:00 pm on the fourth day, with the day of arrival being the first day, unless the hotel guest announces a later day of arrival.

  4. The Hotel Management Company is entitled to withdraw from the contract at any time, for materially justified reasons, for example in the event

  • of force majeure or other circumstances, making the fulfilment of the contract impossible, for which the Hotel Management Company is not responsible;

  • of rooms being booked under misleading or false statements of material facts, e.g. regarding the person of the hotel guest or the purpose;

  • that the Hotel Management Company has reason to assume that the use of the hotel services could jeopardize the smooth operation of the business, without this being attributable to the operational or organizational domain of the hotel;

  • of a material breach of these terms and conditions.


?VII. Rights of the Contracting Party

1. By concluding an accommodation contract, the contracting party acquires the right to the normal use of the rented rooms, the facilities of the hotel, which are accessible to the guests for normal use and without this being subject to any special conditions, and the usual service. The contracting party must exercise its rights in accordance with any hotel and/or guest guidelines (house rules).

VIII.Obligations of the Contracting Party

  1. The contracting party is obliged to pay the agreed remuneration plus any additional amounts that have arisen due to the additional use of services by him/her and/or the guests accompanying him/her, plus statutory sales tax, at the latest at the time of departure.

  2. The Hotel Management Company is not obliged to accept foreign currencies. If the Hotel Management Company accepts foreign currencies, these will be accepted at the current exchange rates. If the Hotel Management Company accepts foreign currency or cashless payment, the contracting partner will bear all associated costs, such as inquiries with credit card companies, etc.

  3. The contracting party shall be liable to the Hotel Management Company for any damage he/she or the hotel guest or other persons, who receive the services of the Hotel Management Company, caused with the knowledge or intention of the contracting party.

  4. The subletting or transfer of the hotel rooms provided, as well as their use for purposes other than for accommodation purposes, require the prior written consent of the Hotel Management Company.

  5. The contracting party undertakes to inform the Hotel Management Company without being asked and without delay (but at the latest, upon the conclusion of the contract) that the desired use and/or the event planned at the hotel could potentially raise public interest or affect the interests of the hotel, whether due to its political, religious or other nature.

  6. Newspaper advertisements, other advertising measures and publications relating to the hotel require the prior written consent of the Hotel Management Company.

  7. If the customer violates this duty of disclosure in accordance with article 5 or is a publication without such consent in accordance with article 6, the Hotel Management Company has the right to prohibit the use in the desired manner or to withdraw from the contract.

  8. Invoices of the Hotel Management Company without a due date are payable immediately without deduction. Objections to invoices can only be raised within one month of receipt.

  9. In case of a late payment by the contracting party, the Hotel Management Company is entitled to charge default interest in the amount of 5% p.a. to consumers and the statutory default interest to entrepreneurs. The assertion of a delay damage exceeding this interest by the Hotel Management Company is expressly reserved.

IX. Rights of the Hotel Management Company

  1. If the contractual partner refuses to pay the specified fee or if he/she is in arrears, the Hotel Management Company is entitled to the legal right of retention pursuant to § 970c of the Civil Code of Austria (ABGB) and the legal lien pursuant to § 1101 of the Civil Code of Austria (ABGB) of the items brought to the hotel by the contractual partner or the hotel guest. The Hotel Management Company is also entitled to this retention or lien to secure their claim under the contract, in particular for meals, other expenses which were made by contracting party, and for any claims for compensation of any kind.

  2. If the service is required in the room of the contracting party or at extraordinary times of the day (after 8:00 pm and before 6:00 am), the Hotel Management Company is entitled to demand a special fee. However, this special fee must be announced on the price table in the room. The Hotel Management Company may also refuse these services for operational reasons.

  3. The Hotel Management Company is entitled to the right to the billing or interim billing of the service at any time.

  4. If the contracting party subsequently wishes to change the number of booked rooms, the service, or the length of stay of the hotel guests, to which the Hotel Management Company agrees, the accommodation charge may be adjusted accordingly by the Hotel Management Company. Furthermore, the accommodation charge may be raised by the Hotel Management Company for materially justified reasons by up to a max. of 15% if the period between the conclusion of the contract and the date of arrival is greater than 4 months.

X. Obligations of the Hotel Management Company

  1. The Hotel Management Company is obliged to provide the agreed services to the extent that complies with its standards.

  2. The Hotel Management Company is obliged to keep the rooms booked by the contracting party available and to provide the agreed services, provided the contracting party has fulfilled its payment obligation. The contracting party is not entitled to require the provisioning of specific rooms.

  3. The Hotel Management Company’s duty to display the prices of special services, which are not included in the accommodation fee, includes, for example:

    a) special services, which may be charged separately, such as the provision of salons, sauna, indoor pool, swimming pool, solarium, parking, etc.;

    b) a separate price will be charged for the provision of additional beds or cots.

XI. Termination of the Contract

  1. If the contract was concluded for a certain period of time, it concludes at the end of that period.

  2. If the contracting party leaves prematurely, the Hotel Management Company is entitled to demand the payment of the agreed remuneration in full.

  3. Upon the death of a guest, the contract between the Hotel Management Company and this guest ends.

  4. The Hotel Management Company is entitled to dissolve the accommodation contract with immediate effect for good cause, in particular if the contracting party partner or the hotel guest:
    a) makes substantially disadvantageous use of the premises or, through his/her reckless, offensive, or otherwise grossly indecent conduct, spoils the cohabitation with the other guests, the owner, his/her employees or third-party residents of the accommodation establishment, or commits an offense punishable by law against the property, morality, or physical safety of these persons;
    b) becomes infected by a contagious disease or otherwise requires care due to an illness, which extends beyond the term of accommodation;
    c) does not pay the due invoices submitted within a reasonable period (3 days).

  5. If the fulfilment of the contract becomes impossible due to an event of force majeure (e.g. natural disasters, strike, lock-out, official orders, etc.), the Hotel Management Company may terminate the contract at any time without a notice period, unless the contract is already deemed dissolved by law, or the Hotel Management Company has been exempted from their accommodation obligation. Any claims for damages, etc. of the contracting party are excluded.

XII. Liability o fthe Hotel Management Company for Damage stoItems Belonging to the Contracting Party

  1. According to §§ 970 et seq. of the Civil Code of Austria, the Hotel Management Company is liable for damages to items belonging to the contracting party. The Hotel Management Company is only liable if the items were handed over to the Hotel Management Company or persons authorized by the Hotel Management Company or were taken to a designated location or a location designated by the Hotel Management Company. Insofar as the Hotel Management Company fails to prove this, the Hotel Management Company is liable for its own fault or the fault of its employees and that of persons going in and out of the premises. According to § 970, section 1, of the Civil Code of Austria, the Hotel Management Company is liable at the most up to the amount stipulated in the Federal Act on the liability of innkeepers and other entrepreneurs of 16 November 1921, as amended. If the contracting party or the hotel guest does not comply with the request of the Hotel Management Company to deposit his/her belongings in a special storage location without delay, the Hotel Management Company is released from any liability. The amount of any liability of the Hotel Management Company is limited to the sum of the liability insurance of the respective Hotel Management Company. Any fault of the contracting party or hotel guest must be taken into account.

  2. The liability of the Hotel Management Company for slight negligence is excluded. If the contracting party is an entrepreneur, liability for gross negligence is also excluded. In this case, the contracting party bears the burden of proof for the existence of the fault. Consequential or indirect damages as well as lost profits are in no way reimbursed.

  3. For valuables, money, and securities, the Hotel Management Company is liable only up to the current amount of 550 €. The Hotel Management Company is only liable forany further damage in the event that it had taken over these items for safekeeping in knowledge of their condition or in the event that the damage was caused by the Hotel Management Company itself or one of its employees. The limitation of liability according to Article XIII below applies mutatis mutandis.

  4. The safekeeping of valuables, money, and securities may be refused by the Hotel Management Company if they are of a much higher value than items that the guests of the respective Hotel Management Company usually hand over for safekeeping.

  5. In any case, the assumed safekeeping liability is excluded if the contracting party and/or hotel guest does not notify the Hotel Management Company of the incurred damage immediately. In addition, these claims must be asserted in court within three years from the date of discovery or possible knowledge of the damage by the contracting party or hotel guest; otherwise, this right is forfeited.


XIII. Limitations of Liability

  1. If the contracting party is a consumer, the Hotel Management Company’s liability forslight negligence, with the exception of personal injury, is excluded.

  2. If the contracting party is an entrepreneur, the Hotel Management Company’s liabilityfor slight and gross negligence is excluded. In this case, the contracting party bears the burden of proof for the existence of the fault. Consequential, intangible, or indirect damages as well as lost profits are not reimbursed. The damage to be compensated always finds its limit in the reliance interest.

XIV. Place of Fulfilment, Choice of Jurisdiction and Law

  1. The place of fulfilment is the place where the Hotel Management Company is located.

  2. This contract is subject to the formal and substantive law of Austria, to the exclusion of the rules of international private law (especially the Austrian IPRG and EVÜ) and UN sales law.

  3. The exclusive place of jurisdiction in the bilateral entrepreneurial business is the domicile of the Hotel Management Company, whereby the Hotel Management Company is moreover entitled to assert its rights with any other local and factually competent court.

  4. If the contract has been concluded with a contracting party who is a consumer, resident, or habitually resident of/in Austria, actions against the consumer may be brought exclusively at the place of residence, habitual residence or place of employment of the consumer.

  5. If the contract has been concluded with a contracting party who is a consumer residing in a member state of the European Union (except for Austria), Iceland, Norway, or Switzerland, the exclusively competent court for complaints against the consumer is the court at the place of residence of the consumer.

XV. Data Protection

The Hotel Management Company complies with the data protection regulations (DSGVO, DSAG, TKG) as amended. Personal data are only collected, used, and passed on if permitted by law, or if the customer agrees to the data collection.

Detailed information on the processing of personal data, processing operations, and the rights of data subjects can be found in the privacy policy of the Falkensteiner Michaeler Tourism Group. These are available athttps://www.falkensteiner.com/dataprotection.

XVI. Final Provisions

  1. Unless otherwise provided for by the above provisions, a term commences upon receipt of the document stating the term for the contracting parties, who must respect this term. When calculating a term which is determined by days, the day or time marking the beginning of the term is not taken into account.

  2. Terms determined by weeks or months refer to the day of the week or the month which, by its designation or number, corresponds to the day on which the term commences. If this day is missing in the month, the last day of the respective month is decisive.

  3. Statements must be received by the other contracting party on the last day of the term (12 midnight).

  4. The limitation period for all claims of the contracting party (as well as the hotel guest) is one year if it is an entrepreneur. If the contracting party (hotel guest) is a consumer, the limitation period for all claims is 3 years.

  1. The Hotel Management Company is entitled to set off its own claims against the claims of the contracting party. The contracting party is not entitled to offset its own claims against the claims of the Hotel Management Company, unless the Hotel Management Company is insolvent or the claim of the contracting party is legally established or recognized by the Hotel Management Company.

  2. In the case of regulatory loopholes, the relevant statutory provisions shall apply.

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Location and Directions

Our wellness hotel is located

The Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa is situated in Marienbad’s historical centre. From there, it’s only a short walk to the Maxim Gorki colonnade, the Anglican church or the Frederick Chopin monument. 

Arrival with car

From the South:


•Take the A9 and the A93 towards Regensburg and continue towards Cham, Weiden

•Take the A6 at Oberpfälzer Wald

•Change on to the D5 at the Waidhaus border crossing

•Exit the D5 at junction 128 (Bor). Take the 21 and continue towards Cheb, Planá, Tachov, Mariánské Láznì

•Take the 230 at Chodová Planá

•Exit the 230 and take the 215 towards Marienbad


From the North:


•Take the A9 towards Munich

•Exit at Bayerisches Vogtland and take the A72 towards Regensburg

•Exit at Hochfranken and take the A93 towards Regensburg, Prag/Praha

•Exit at junction 8 (Selb-Nord) and take St2179/St2178/B303

•Exit at the border and take the 6

•Exit at Velka Hledsebe and take the 21 towards Marienbad (Mariánské Láznì)



From the East:


•Take the A1 towards Linz

•Change at Haid and take the A25 towards Passau

•Change at Wels and take the A8 towards the border (A-D)

•Exit at the border crossing and take the A3 towards Deggendorf

•Exit at Regensburg and take the A93 towards Cham, Weiden

•Exit at Oberpfälzer Wald and take the A6

•Exit at the Waidhaus border and take the D5

•Exit at junction 128 (Bor) and take the 21 towards Cheb, Planá, Tachov, Mariánské Láznì

•Continue on the 21

•Exit at Chodová Planá and take the 230

•Take the 215 towards Marienbad

Arrival with train

From Nuremberg Central station, it’s only a 2-hour journey to Cheb/Eger (30km from Marienbad).  A transfer can be organised from the train station to the hotel (approximately 30€ each way). ICE lines connect Nuremberg to all the major cities in Germany.

Arrival with plane

Direct flights from Düsseldorf to Karlsbad (Thursday & Sunday)

Kontakt

Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa Marienbad ****

Czech Republik | Marienbad

Ruska 123
353 01 Mariánské Lázne (Marienbad)

https://www.falkensteiner.com/hotel-grand-medspa-marienbad/
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Phone: +420 354 929 397