Guest Post: Gunpowder Magazine on Chateau Mcely: Czech Mate


Located amongst towering pines just 55-kilometres from the hen-and stag-filled hustle and bustle of Prague, Chateau Mcely is the perfect venue for weddings, corporate events or for couples looking to get away from it all.

Comprising 25 well-appointed suites and rooms, all of which are decked out to the highest standard, the old-world-style hotel has more than enough room for its well-heeled guests to enjoy the all-important privacy they crave. Aside from accommodation, Chateau Mcely is renowned for its Alchymist Club, where the expert bartender considers drink-making something of science and serves the best international wines and malt whiskies this side of the globe. When guests are a little wobbly on their feet, they can move to the adjoining Piano Nobile restaurant, where exquisite gourmet food awaits courtesy of chef Libor Krusinsky. When not eating, drinking or indulging in general merriment, guests can unwind in the on-site spa, where a sauna, Jacuzzi and a number of treatments will ease away the stresses and strains of the daily grind.

Set amongst natural surroundings, and using natural resources wherever possible inside, Chateau Mcely truly sets the standard for hotels everywhere. A standard that is by no means, er, standard.


Images: Chateau Mcely.

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Mike Sowden

Mike Sowden is a freelance writer based in the north of England, obsessed with travel, storytelling and terrifyingly strong coffee. He has written for online & offline publications including Mashable, Matador Network and the San Francisco Chronicle, and his work has been linked to by Lonely Planet, World Hum and Lifehacker. If all the world is a stage, he keeps tripping over scenery & getting tangled in the curtain - but he's just fine with that.