Hotel Romania History

Hotel Romania Karlovy Vary was built in 1893 in the former Gartenzeile (now Zahradní Street) near the River Teplá as Kurhaus Romania and was the "dépendance" of Hotel Post. This hotel was located on the opposite bank of the River Teplá in the Egerstrasse (Chebská Street) and in the 1960s retreated with the entire Chebská Street, originally constructed in 19th-century and created a place for construction of Hotel Thermal. Hotel Romania was firstly owned by Anton Schwabb, subsequently bought and operated by Karl Wacker and Marie Zeinar. The hotel name "Erzherzog Albrecht" was being used for several years.

Kurhaus Romania was a modern electrified building with an elevator, cold and hot water in its rooms and central heating. At the beginning of the 20th century, the hotel extension was made simultaneously with the construction of the adjacent Main Post Office.

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