OREA Hotel Voroněž II
The hotel offers incomparable quality in its accommodation category at competitive prices in newly remodelled rooms.
The hotel has 109 double rooms and 1 suite, each with a bathroom, toilet, telephone with direct dialling option and TV with satellite programs. To assure the safety of our guests, the rooms are also equipped with key-cards and smoke detectors. The hotel is easily accessed by car from the highway and from the city centre. A 5-minute drive through a new tunnel takes you to the vicinity of our hotel on the edge of the city centre. Our hotel car park has 24 hour surveillance.
There are a total of 220 beds in 109 double rooms and 1 suite.
Each room has a bathroom, toilet, hairdryer, direct-dial telephone, colour television with satellite receiver and smoke detector.
1/2 SU - Double room used as a single room. The room is equipped with a toilet and a bathroom.
1/2 double - Double room (abbreviation 1/2 or DBL)
A room for two persons with a large double bed (two connected beds).
1/2 twin - Twin room (separate beds) (abbreviation 1/2 TW)
A room for two persons with separate beds.
1/2 + EB - Double room with an extra bed. The room is equipped with a toilet and a bathroom.
Suite - Large suite
A room with a living room and a separate bedroom, for at least two persons, a table or a desk including a lamp, living area and a mini-bar.
Handicapped - Room for handicapped guests (abbreviation HC)
A full value room for handicapped persons including a special bathroom, wide doors, no doorsteps, etc.
Meetings and events
The Hunting and Janacek lounges are suitable for seminars and training sessions. Convention facilities are available at the OREA Hotel Voroněž I.
The hotel includes the Pálava Restaurant and 2 lounges.
Hours of operation: Monday - Sunday 6:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
The Atrium restaurant, Grill bar Gurmet and A La Carte Restaurant are located in the OREA Hotel Voroněž I.
Tips for trips
The Lednice-Valtice Area
Discover the landscape of romantics! Travel from Brno by motorway in the direction of Bratislava, exit at Podivín and take the road to Lednice. Visit the Lednice chateau, walk through the beautiful park which is complemented by a number of Romantic-era park structures, or “follies” (John's castle, the Minaret, Aqueduct, Diana's temple, Three Graces and others); from there, travel to Valtice where you can see the chateau, the former residence of the Lichtenstein family. Continue your journey through Mikulov to the Pálava hills.
Slavkov Battlefield - Kroměříž
Depart in the morning in the direction of Olomouc/Slavkov. At Slavkov, you can take a tour of the battlefield sights from 1805 and the chateau and visit an interesting museum about the Napoleon wars. Continue your journey to Kroměříž to see the beautiful archiepiscopal chateau with its renowned gardens (a UNESCO site). The chateau also includes the historical archiepiscopal winery, the only producer of communion wine in the country. We highly recommend a visit (communion wine is available for purchase).
Visit the Moravian Karst and the well-known Punkva Caves. A cruise on the underground section of the Punkva river will certainly be an extraordinary experience. You can also see the renowned Macocha Abyss, which you can reach via funicular from the Punkva Caves or on foot along an interpretative trail full of interesting karst landscape features.
Porta coeli Tišnov - Pernštejn castle
Travel to Tišnov for a tour of the famous Porta coeli Monastery (guides available for hire). Continue through Nedvědice to the fairy-tale Pernštejn castle. This castle will definitely enchant you with its medieval appearance.