Chateau hotel Zbiroh
The hotel’s dreamlike chambers…
Our chambers evoke the same atmosphere as the chateau itself, which is steeped in the history of centuries. 53 rooms are available and each is an original: its size, layout and the views from the window. You can decide whether to take a room measuring 20 m2 or a king-size apartment measuring 110m2.
Go back several centuries and become true aristocrats in chambers where the giants who shaped the history of the old continent stayed.
Standard check-in from 14:00 and check-out till 11:00. Breakfast served daily 8:00 till 10:00. Restaurant open daily 11:00 till 23:00, during weekend till 24:00.
Accommodation with pets is not allowed.
Apartment I – The Archbishop
The archbishop spent the night here when celebrating mass. That is evident from the door, no longer used today, leading from the room to the chateau’s chapel.
Apartment II – Jiří Mucha
When Alfons Mucha was working at the chateau his children Jiří and Jarmila slept in this room.
Apartment III – Marie Muchová
The room where Alfons Mucha and his wife Marie stayed.
Apartment IV – Alfons Mucha
Alfons Mucha used this room as his office for nineteen years. It was possible to go between the room and the studio, now the Mucha Hall, where he created his great work The Slav Epic.
Apartment V – Rudolph II
This room in the Renaissance part of the castle, which the Lobkowicz family built in the 16th century, has ceilings decorated with a rib vault. Later Rudolph II had the castle converted into a neo-Renaissance chateau, and he added the chateau wing with its ceremonial hall and chambers.
Apartment VI – Ema Destinová
Alfons Mucha’s friend Ema Destinová stayed here in the summer months.
Apartment VII – Lobkowicz
Apartment VIII – Rožmberk
Apartment IX – Sternberg
Apartment X – Colloredo-Mansfeld
The last aristocratic owner, Jeroným Colloredo-Mansfeld, stayed here with his family during the protectorate.
Apartment XI – Charles IV
The oldest living quarters in the castle. The room had a wooden privy (lavatory), unique for its time, which can be seen on the northern façade of the castle wing.
Apartment XII – Sigismund
The oldest living quarters in the original castle are next to the stone keep, the oldest round keep in the country.
Apartment no. 32 – Kolowrat
An atypical maisonette room built in a former bastion with 16th-century Renaissance rafters and beams.
Room no. 29 – Renaissance
An atypical attic room with 16th-century Renaissance beams and rafters.