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Petra Velikého 16, Karlovy Vary 36001

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single traveler, 3.10.2016

The Savoy Westend Hotel Resort represents one of the most beautiful resorts in the whole of Europe. It is situated in the elite historical part of Karlovy Vary and it consists of 5 ‘art-nouveau’ villas. Each villa hosts an individual and unique charm and the hotels history dates back to 1897. Each building was carefully renovated to preserve its historical value.
A contemporary medical spa facility with its own diagnostic centre and a combined total of over 3.000 sq. meters of treatment rooms is located at the heart of the resort. A discreet but effective blend of 19th century and modern advanced medical balneology procedures and treatments are performed throughout the medical spa facility. Thanks to the natural beauty of the surrounding forests, Karlovy Vary’s thirteen natural thermal spa springs and access to modern medical care the Savoy Westend Resort is the ideal place for you to Relax, Restore and Revive.
This stately building is the dominant feature of the whole resort and its elegance and unique architectonic composition has been attracting hotel guests since 1897. There is a total of 34 rooms available in the 4-storey Savoy villa, including the most prestigious and luxurious – the Presidential Suite and the Savoy Suite. On the ground floor of the building there are two hotel restaurants and a bar. The Savoy villa is interconnected with the Medical Spa centre through an underground corridor.
The villa Artemis was built in 1875. It is situated in the middle of a raised garden terrace in the heart of the resort. Like all other buildings, the Artemis villa is interconnected with the Medical Spa centre. The Artemis villa offers 6 rooms thus emphasising the ultimate privacy the villa provides to its guests. The villa rooms - majority of them being spacious apartments with their own kitchenettes – come with their own private parking spaces.
The Carlton villa dates back to the year 1897 and it is situated in a small courtyard at the end of a palm tree alley. The villa offers 26 rooms. The 2nd and 3rd floors of the building consist of rooms that are classified as Suites and Junior Suites and that can also be used as an Executive Floor. The Carlton villa is also directly connected to the Medical Spa centre, thus providing all possible luxury and comfort even to the most demanding clientele.
Like Carlton, the five-storey building of the villa Kleopatra dates back to the year 1897 and is situated at the end of the palm tree alley. On the right-hand side it neighbours the Savoy villa with which it is interconnected through a glass corridor. There is a total of 31 rooms in the Kleopatra villa. Most of them are west-oriented and afford a beautiful view of the Orthodox church.
The Rusalka villa was built in 1897 and is located at the end of the garden terrace. All of its four floors, on which rooms are situated, project above the level of the terrace. The villa offers 19 rooms and is closely connected to the Medical Spa centre with which it is interconnected by an elevator.

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  • Breakfast included
  • Free parking
  • Pets


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Rooms and Suites in all the Villas represent a traditional Bohemian affluence and décor, offering Guests stunning views. The majority of rooms have balconies or terraces and room features include LCD TVs, a mini bar stocked with healthy soft drinks and healthy snacks and complimentary wi-fi. Each room is stylishly furnished to respect the historical origin of each villa.


Our dining suggestions will take you on a culinary journey around the world.

Try our Savoy Restaurant with its breakfast, lunch & dinner buffet, the Savoy Royal Restaurant serving international “a la carte” cuisine, the King’s Bar with its charming ambience and live piano music in the evenings & our casual Sports Bar

Culinary enthusiasts will be pleased with the dining options available at the hotel.

The Savoy Restaurant offers a delicious breakfast, international style lunch and buffet dinner, including a wide selection of health products. The Savoy Royal Restaurant, headed by top-chef Mr Thorsten Hoeck, is the best place to sample international cuisine with a modern flair. In addition, guest can enjoy a wide variety of drinks & snacks at the King’s Bar, and finally a wide selection of modern cocktails, health drinks & local beer specialties at our Sport and Entertainment Bar.

Restaurants - two Cocktail bar Sports Bar Room Service Available 12:00 AM-11:59 PM


Reception is open 24 hours a day.

Check-in: from 14:00

Check-out: to 12:00

Cards accepted at this property

  • Visa
  • Visa Electron
  • EuroCard/MasterCard
  • American Express


The Savoy Westend Hotel is located 120 km from the International Airport Václava Havla in Prague, 12 km from the International Airport Karlovy Vary, 4 km from the Main Train Station in Karlovy Vary. Regular charter flights from Moscow, St. Petersburg and Prague.

Entrance by car into the spa area of Karlovy Vary city is only possible with a permit issued by the Town Police of Karlovy Vary. Hotel guests who have an email accommodation confirmation are entitled to enter the spa area of the city on the day of arrival and departure.


Karlovy Vary

Places as precious and picturesque as the jewel that is Karlovy Vary, are few and far between. History tells us that the natural composition and structure of the region has for hundreds of years provided a source of healing in the way of thermal mineral water springs.  The ion liquid water has become renowned worldwide for its healing and illness prevention properties allowing the body to rejuvenate, recharge and strengthen. The fundamental factor in the modernization of Karlovy Vary balneology was the life-long engagement by Dr David Becher (1725 – 1792). He was the first person to perform a scientific chemical analysis of the spring water in Karlovy Vary. He contributed to the fact that in 1764 salt from the hot-springs was extracted and exported in large volumes. He was a key figure in introducing the advanced curing methods applied to this date under the new-age name of “Comprehensive Spa Cure”. Following his chemical analysis of the local water Dr Becher promoted its drinking directly from the hot-springs and coupled this with exercising in the form of walking during the curing period. Such principles resulted in the building of gazebos and colonnades above the hot springs, colonnade routes and specialized spa facilities and a change in the entire style of spa treatment. The famous Czech spa town of Karlovy Vary has always been a favoured meeting spot for people from all over the globe which contributes to the continuation of the tradition started hundreds of years ago under the reign of the prudent Kind Charles the Fourth. The cosmopolitan nature of Karlovy Vary and the reputation of its curing hot springs should allow the town to remain in the 21st century, next to Prague, the most recognized and visited spot in the Czech Republic.


Petra Velikého 16, Karlovy Vary
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