The Zlín region
The centre of the Zlín Region is the City of Zlín, whose history dates back to the middle ages. The first written reference comes from 1322. An important milestone for Zlín was the establishment of the Baťa shoemaking company in 1894.
Beyond Zlín, in south-eastern Moravia, on the border of three geographic regions, Haná, Slovácko (Moravian Slovakia), and Valašsko (Moravian Walachia), you can find the City of Otrokovice. Archaeological finds from Otrokovice show that the first people inhabited the place in the early Stone Age.
The Zlín Region also boasts one of the country’s most significant spa towns: Luhačovice. The Luhačovice spa is fed by 16 mineral water sources and one sulphur spring that benefit the entire body.
The hotel resort is situated on the outskirts of the spa town of Luhačovice by a manmade lake in the Olšavy River valley.
Our four-star hotel has 51 rooms catering to the most discriminating guests. The hotel’s free car park is available for your entire stay. You are welcome to leave your valuables in the safety deposit box at the reception during your stay.