Miura Hotel
Čeladná
Miura Hotel

GENEL BİLGİLER

The Czech village of Čeladná sits among the Beskydy Mountains, where misty peaks and ridges give way to crumbling castles and soft-flowing streams. Framing this pastoral scene is Richard Kučík’s audaciously designed Miura Hotel, a sharp-sided steel building that lets guests enjoy high-tech spa treatments and world-class art (original works by Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst are among those adorning the walls). A 36-hole golf course extends away from the restaurant’s glass-edged terrace, which has views of the forest-covered mountains. Two additional golf courses and the area’s best ski slopes can be reached easily with the hotel’s private helicopter.

To complement the giant-like statues by Czech sculptor David Černý, which seem to crawl along the hotel’s walls, the masters at Prague-based architectural practice Labor 13 commissioned special pieces of furniture from European designers. Their slick and unexpected forms appear in the hotel’s public spaces as well as the 44 rooms and suites, inviting guests to slow down and appreciate the building, its art, and the natural world beyond.