Since 1701 Grandhotel Pupp is one of the most renowned luxury hotels worldwide.
Throughout the centuries, famous guests have already walked along the corridors like Johann Sebastian Bach, Marie Therese, Giacomo Casanova, Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Ludwig van Beethoven, Fryderyk Chopin or Sigmund Freud. These days, the hotel is also widely known and has been proud to host celebrities such as Robert De Niro, Gina Lollobrigida, Michael Douglas, Sharon Stone and Antonio Banderas.
In 2006, the hotel was used as the location for the James Bond box-office hit “Casino Royale” and served as the inspiration for the hotel in the movie “Grand Budapest Hotel” from 2014.
Over three centuries, the Grandhotel Pupp has been offering its guests first-class service and relaxing wellness possibilities. To host the first Vienna Ball in Karlovy Vary no better location could have been chosen than this imposing venue.
The ballroom of Grandhotel Pupp captivates all guests with its unique neobaroque interior, sparkling chandeliers and sweeping staircase to the balcony from where you have a marvelous view onto the stage and dance floor. The rich stucco decorations on the walls and ceiling prove the high-level craftmanship that has been used at Grandhotel Pupp.
In this elegant atmosphere, more than 750 guests can dance the night away and enjoy an unforgettable evening.
Already during the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Karlovy Vary was a renowned and popular spa town. Still in our days, tourists from all over the world visit to enjoy the healing powers of the regional thermal water or simply relax in the town's magical atmosphere.
The city center is widely known for its exquisite and well-preserved art-nouveau buildings and historical spa centers.