The Bohemian and Moravian Uplands are mainly famous for their unspoiled and untouched nature. You may still walk through the forests for hours without meeting a single living soul. A part of the region was declared the Protected Landscape Area of Žďárské vrchy (Žďárské Hills - 500 metres above sea level) whic has ideal conditions for practising all kinds of sports, above all hiking and biking. The Bohemian and Moravian Uplands are called the land of artists. It is related to names of a number of painters - Chitussi, Slavíček, Kremlička. Significant sculptors Jan Štursa and Vincenc Makovský come from the town of Nové Město na Moravě.
The hotel resort is situated in a recreational area at 600 m above sea level, in the Žďárské vrchy Protected Natural Area, very close to Milovský Lake, which offers swimming and fishing. The hotel is an ideal convention venue and base for outdoor activities and teambuilding given its location.