Style Geological neoclassical
Setting Old-town Tábor
The interior of Hotel Nautilus has the feel of a postmodern Roman villa, with neoclassical details and peachy hues; the restaurant, Goldie, is suitably elegant and decorated in Paris-chic style, with a long bar tiled in glittering metallic mosaics. There is a twirl motif running throughout, and the hotel's name refers to a spiral-shelled marine creature.
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- Rooms 22, including four suites.
Double rooms from $95.99 (€75), excluding tax at 15 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €14.00 per person per night on check-out.
The price shown represents the lowest nightly rate for a double room available at this hotel over the next 21 days. Any price conversions from the hotel's local currency (€75) have been conducted using today's exchange rates from xe.com.
- More details Rates include breakfast.
- Facilities Free broadband; satellite TV.
- Check-out Midday.
- Children Extra bed or cot on request. High chair and children's menu available in Goldie restaurant. Babysitting by special arrangement, CZK200 an hour. More...
- Also Six of the rooms are non-smoking, as are the Gallery, Atrium and parts of Goldie restaurant.
Food and drink at Hotel Nautilus
- Hotel restaurant Goldie restaurant and bar is at the front of the hotel, and serves modern Czech food in elegant and relaxed surroundings.
- Dress code Informal and normal.
- Top table Ask for a table with a good view out over Žižka Square.
- Last orders 10.30pm for dinner, though Goldie stays open till 11pm, and 1am on Fridays and Saturdays.
- Room service You can order breakfast in your room, with a charge of CZK30.
- Hotel bar You can drink wine, beer and cocktails or have a coffee in Goldie, at tables with banquette seating. Live jazz at the weekends.
Hotel Nautilus Zizkovo namesti 20, Tábor, Czech Republic, 390 01
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Our favourite rooms
The rooms on the first and second floors are modern-luxe in style. 104 is a comfortable suite, with art on the walls; the bathroom has a big corner tub with jets. Rooms on the top floor are more homespun and hidden away: 307 is charming, with a little theatre façade in one corner; spacious 308 has etched-glass door panels and an exposed beam.
A history of the Hussite movement, if you're inclined to want to know more about the city's past.
From the Guestbook…
This hotel is delightfully nestled in charming Tabor, which is buzzy and cool, but without the intensity of Prague. The dinner was outstanding. We had Michelin-Star quality food fo...more