The spa has a total accommodation capacity of 230 beds in six spa houses (Praděd, Říp with its balneo centre, Vítkov, Blaník, Kyselka and Slovanka). These houses are situated from 50 to 200 metres away from each other. Besides the traditional spa treatment of musculoskeletal system diseases the facilities offer a wide range of relaxation and wellness programmes, such as short-term weekend stays for busy managers or “beauty weekends” for women or long-term regeneration and relaxation stays and also stays for senior guests.
Lázeňská 62, Mšené-lázně 411 19
The Mšené Spa is located only 40 km from Prague, not far from Roudnice nad Labem, in a peaceful corner of the Ústí nad Labem Region. Seven spa pavilions surrounded by a large romantic park with ponds can be found in the beautiful valley of the Mšenský creek. The Dvorana pavilion in the Art Nouveau style, designed by the Czech architect Jan Letzel who became famous mainly in Japan, is undoubtedly a pearl of architecture and at the same time it is a protected cultural sight. Just 600 metres from the spa facilities there is a relaxation and sports centre called Relax Club where guests can make use of tennis courts with an artificial surface and evening lights, a volleyball field and a small field for athletics.
Local resource of natural peloids.
Adults: neurological diseases, musculoskeletal diseases.
In the Mšené spa resort guests can play table tennis, volleyball, billiard, darts, Russian skittles, table football, and petanque. Furthermore, there is a pool available with a counter-flow or several lakes where you can go fishing and find peace. The spa and its vicinity are absolutely suitable for hiking as well as cycling, evident by the spa’s “rehabilitation” trails directly in the spa park.
Budyně nad Ohří: A water castle, fortification from the 16th century, museum of history, alchemist’s workshop.
Panenský Týnec: A mysterious torso of an unfinished Gothic monastery church.
Říp Mountain: The rotunda of St. George on the top of the mountain was built in the 11th century. It is a symbol of the Czech nation rising up and comes from the story of Forefather Čech who led his nation to this region.
Roudnice nad Labem: A Chateau Horse-Riding School, Kratochvíl´s Lookout Tower.
Peruc Municipality: An Oldřich´s Oak, older than 1 000 years, is famous because it is the legendary meeting place of Prince Oldřich and the common girl, Božena.