Located in the center of Špindlerův Mlýn, Pension Nabucco offers free Wi-Fi and an Italian restaurant with a summer terrace. A buffet breakfast is served every morning. All rooms come with an LCD satellite TV and a bathroom with a shower, a view of the city and the Giant Mountains.
The hotel building in the style of Bavarian architecture is more than 120 years old. It disposes with14 stylish rooms with private amenities. Restaurant Lomnice offers the opportunity to see the chefs under the hood thanks to the open kitchen and is listed in the TOP 3 restaurants according to TripAdvisor.cz.
Hotel Horní Pramen is located on the southern slope overlooking the center of Špindlerův Mlýn and offers a terrace with breathtaking views of the entire mountain resort. The hotel provides accommodation in cozy rooms.
Located in the Svatý Petr Valley, part of Špindlerův Mlýn, 2.5 km from the center, Hotel Esprit offers cozy accommodation in 2 buildings. The third part of the hotel is the main building with a restaurant and a terrace with barbecue facilities.
Mountain cottage Martinovka is located on the border ridge of the Giant Mountains at an altitude of 1288 meters.there are 12 rooms with a total capacity of 42 beds, from double to five-bed. Each of all modest but cozy rooms has its own bathroom with sink, shower and toilet. The restaurant premises are fully covered by a high-speed WiFi signal.
The Szrenica mountain hut is located a few hundred meters across the border with Poland and is an ideal destination after a long day of hiking through the Giant Mountains. The refuge is known for delicious blueberry pancakes.
Výrovka Chalet (formerly Tannenbaude, Geiergucke) is a mountain chalet, founded in the 18th century. It is located in the saddle between Luční hora and Zadní planina, 2.5 km southwest of Luční bouda at 1356 m above sea level. Accommodation capacity is 50 beds. in 1-4 beddéd rooms. All rooms are equipped with a bathroom.
The mountain hotel Štumpovka and Horská bouda Dvoračky are located at an altitude of 1140 m above sea level. Historical chalet and newly built hotel offer accommodation in stylish 2-bed rooms and family apartments with excellent home cooking in a cozy restaurant with a large outdoor terrace and panoramic views.
Vosecká bouda is located in the western part of the Giant Mountains, near the source of the Elbe. The Mumlava waterfalls are also nearby. Vosecká bouda is one of the few mountain huts in the region that has never been hit by fire, so many of its original features have been preserved.
Luční Bouda is the highest mountain chalet in Giant mountains (1410 m), only 3,5 km walk to the top of Sněžka mountain, the highest peak in Czechia. It offers cozy rooms of various standard, beers from own brewery and rolls from own bakery.