A trip to Karlovy Vary is just what you need if you are feeling the after-effects of a hectic and fast-paced year on your system. Named after the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, this town in the Czech Republic is famous for its hot springs, spas, and picturesque architecture. Over the centuries, Karlovy Vary has been famous with royalty and other dignitaries who visited to rejuvenate their body and mind.
International destination for medical tourism
Today, Karlovy Vary is one of the most well-known spa destinations around the world. The main natural healing factor is the presence of thermal carbonic sodium sulfate, sodium bicarbonate containing compounds of calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, lithium, bromine and other substances in the water. The mineral waters of Karlovy Vary are mainly used for drinking water treatment. Apart from luxuriating in spa centers, Karlovy Vary also has some sightseeing options for tourists. The 12 hot springs in the area are popular with visitors, along with an open air pool atop Hotel Thermal. The visitor may also enjoy the Hot Spring Colonnade and the City Theater. In additional to that, Gorgeous cathedrals provide a stunning backdrop to the city’s panoramic images. Another must-have in Karlovy Vary is the spa wafers. Made from spring water, these popular snacks are best served warm and come in a variety of flavors to please your palate.
Places for Treatment and Accommodation
The Grandhotel Pupp has long been considered a traditional symbol of Karlovy Vary. For the past three centuries, it has earned fame as a five-star hotel with comfort and top-notch service. At the Grandhotel Pupp, guests are treated to the ultimate in luxury. Stay in gorgeous rooms and suites, while enjoying the healing touch at the Pupp Royal Spa. The hotel’s Spa Program is a seven-night package, with a preliminary medical check-up and water cure prescription of 17 weekly treatments in the Pupp Royal Spa. Guests can also opt for the Beauty Program, which offers a professional consultation on cosmetics, and 15 cosmetic treatments or procedures during the week. Apart from this, you can also access the fitness center, the wellness center, pool, and sauna rooms.
The hotel’s unique architecture enables each room to have a unique layout and individual design. The luxury Presidential and Imperial apartments provide the utmost exclusivity and privacy for guests with a separate, living, bed, and dining area. The suites and rooms in the hotel are also tastefully furnished and decorated to offer the best comfort. High quality, balanced and fresh dishes are available at the restaurants in the Grandhotel Pupp. Serving both Czech and international cuisine, the dining options offer something for every taste bud.