Czech Republic Luxury Hotels: Here is a getaway for guests seeking to be "shaken, not stirred" in a James Bond redux compliments of the Grandhotel Pupp. Located in the splendor of Carlsbad in the Czech Republic, the luxury hotel and resort was the Hotel Splendide in the Bond film Casino Royale.
The special, In the Track of Agent 007, is a four-day stay that takes guests to the casino, a visit to the healing waters of the salt caves, an English-style dinner with all the trimmings in the hotel's restaurant, as well as a buffet-style breakfast.
The amenities extended to visitors put them in the footsteps of Agent 007, experiencing the pleasantries of the hotel as captured on film. There is even a visit to the shooting range and use of the hotel's vast spa services.
The Czech Republic is rich with historical architecture dating back to the 10th century. Carlsbad was founded in 1350. There are more than 40,000 examples of historic architecture, such as castles, churches, palaces, and houses throughout the area. The area is rich with cultural centers and historically preserved towns.
The famous five-star hotel, which is, ironically, pronounced poop, was also featured in the 2006 film Last Holiday, a comedy starring Queen Latifah and Academy-award® winner Timothy Dutton.
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For LxM James Rothaar