Hotel Old Inn – unique building complex in the heart of Český Krumlov
There are three row houses on Český Krumlov’s picturesque main square. They were combined into one building in the 1950s, creating a unique hotel complex. It was originally named the City Hotel, later the Interhotel and today it is called the Old Inn.
The first building (Zlatá Koruna) was built in the gothic style and has a wonderful room on the main floor. It is called the Chapel and was constructed with gothic arched rib vaults.
The second building, the Municipal Court, originally served as a place to house the town’s official visitors. It was completely rebuilt in the 19th century and since 1850, it has been used as the District Court.
During renovations to the last building, Hodek’s House, wooden Renaissance ceilings and wall paintings from the 16th century depicting scenes of Ovid’s Metamorphoses were found on the second floor.
The four-star Hotel Old Inn opened in 2001 and offers unique accommodation in 52 rooms and suites.