The three main connected buildings are wheelchair accessible (Neo-Gothic Chateau, Jubilejní Pavilion and Léčebný Pavilion) and have a total accommodation capacity of 161 beds. It is all run by the company LÁZNĚ HOTEL VRÁŽ s.r.o., which is a private health-care facility. Accommodation, catering and treatment are easily accessible for spa guests, as they are provided ‘under one roof’. The spa specializes in musculoskeletal and neurological diseases, rheumatic diseases, post-injurious and post-operative states. The spa offers short-term programmes: one-week or weekend relaxation and reconditioning of the body and mind.
The Vráž Spa is situated 10 km away from the old royal town of Písek in the nice surroundings of a woody landscape in the valley of the Otava River. A chateau built in 1875 in the Neo-Gothic style by the Czech Lobkowicz family of nobles is used for the spa’s purposes. The Lobkowicz family used the building as a summer residence up until 1926. The chateau and the medical and accommodation facilities built additionally are surrounded with green vegetation dominated by an English-style park and a forest, which is appreciated by spa guests for quiet, peace, and plenty of privacy. The spa complex consists of three buildings connected by a heated corridor to form a unified complex. The patients’ activities – accommodation, catering and treatment - are easily accessible, as they are provided under the roof of the joined complex. The chateau and the English-style park constitute the Czech cultural heritage, helping to maintain the original landscape’s character and prevent it from being spoilt by insensitive human activities connected with the development of the region.
As a natural curative source a peloid from a lake called Jezero is used. The bog deposit is found not far from the spa and it is specified as simple hermic peat suitable for bog packs of a high quality from a balneological point of view.
Adults: neurological diseases, musculoskeletal system diseases.
Leisure facilities for spa guests include indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a sauna, solarium, bike hire, tennis courts, skittle in the park, a fitness centre, table tennis, a beauty salon, pedicure and manicure salons, a hairdresser’s and free Wi-Fi. In the chateau Chapel the Vráž Spa arranges regular concerts.
There are many walking tracks and cycling tracks in the vast forests surrounding the chateau and spa premises and grounds. Guests can visit many historic sites in the vicinity of the spa, e.g. the Church of St. James the Greater in Čížová, the Church of the Birth of Our Lady in Kostelec nad Vltavou, Varvažov, a mouflon enclosure park in Dědovice, and the Kestřany fortress. The most valuable sight of Vráž’s surroundings is the Písek Stone Bridge, the oldest preserved bridge in Bohemia. Among the most searched sights are Orlík Castle dating from the 13th century, rebuilt in the Neo-Gothic style, and a Gothic Zvíkov Castle. Other interesting places worth visiting are Milevsko, Český Krumlov, Týn nad Vltavou, Putim, Bernartice, Albrechtice nad Vltavou, Holašovice, Strakonice, Chýnov Cave, Bechyně Bridge, Žďákov Bridge and Podolsko Bridge, Preserve V Obouch, and Kladov Rockling Stone.