Your personal SPA

This cozy villa was built in [YEAR] and is conveniently located in a quiet part of the city to provide you with enough privacy. The house historically served as Embassy of the U.S. Its current arrangement and decor was designed during the reconstruction in 2011 by a renowned designer [NAME OF THE DESIGNER].

Interior of the house unfolds on four levels and provides space for casual or festive gatherings with your family or friends. When needed, it generously offers privacy to you or your guests in one of the many bedrooms.

Its biggest gem is hidden on the the ground-floor of the property, where you’ll find the balneotherapy area with a pool and steam bath. Your own family spa is accessible just for you, anytime you want. What’ s a better way of spending long winter nights than treating yourself with relaxing therapy?
Adjacent to the villa is a spacious garden with two dining areas. Imagine waking up every summer morning and enjoying the slow breakfast in the natural beauty of the garden, while lounging in the comfort of your own home. A home, that is a secure investment for the future of you and your beloved family

  • 4 floors
  • Floor area: 465 ㎡
  • Ground floor area: 119,9 ㎡
  • 1st floor area: 120,7 ㎡
  • 2nd floor area: 119,93 ㎡
  • 3rd floor area: 105,09 ㎡
  • Garden area: 1453 ㎡
  • Built in 1928
  • Brick building
  • Renovated in 2011
  • Interior design by Anna Annanasova
  • Garage for 2 cars
  • Separate building
  • Located in park area
  • Ruská street, Mariánské Lázně, Úšovice
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Welcome to Mariánské Lázně

Mariánské Lázně is the second largest spa town in the country, and together with Karlovy Vary and Františkovy Lázně forms one of the most touristically attractive parts of the country, known as the West Bohemian Spa Triangle. This region enjoys special status in the Czech spa industry and even aspires for inclusion on the UNESCO’s world cultural heritage list. Spa care in the Czech lands represents hundreds of years long tradition with a reputation as one of the best in the world.

Mariánské Lázně appealed to many elite artists, scientists, and politicians, who frequently spend their time there and enjoyed both the pulsing energy of the town with its beautiful neo-Baroque architecture and peaceful forests and hills embracing the town. Some of the famous visitors of Mariánské Lázně were Gustav Mahler and Richard Wagner who composed their most famous works in Mariánské Lázně; Rudyard Kipling, who trained at the Mariánské Lázně’s Royal Golf Club; Alfred Nobel and Maxim Gorkij, who visited for treatments in the health resorts of the city. 16 cold mineral springs have been proved as beneficial in treatment of metabolic, respiratory, and oncological disorders.

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