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      Miura Hotel

      Rooms 44   Architecture Labor 13   Interior Design
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      —A sharp-sided steel building in the Czech village of Čeladná lets guests enjoy world-class art and high-tech spa treatments.

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      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.

      Nearest Airport
      OSR - Letiště Leoše Janáčka Airport
      Food & Drink
      Restaurant, Bar
      Spa & Recreation
      Cardio Vascular Equipment, Jacuzzi, Jogging Track, Massage, Sauna
      Conference & Meetings
      2 meeting rooms
      Complimentary WiFi
      Airport Shuttle, Breakfast, Concierge, Parking

      Rooms & Suites

      All 44 rooms of the Miura Hotel face south with views of the Beskydy mountain countryside. Starting at 26 square meters or 280 square feet, the guestrooms feature furniture by the likes of Moroso and Kartell, and each has it own unique style. The junior suites provide unique views of Lysá hora or Ondřejník mountain ranges and come with queen-size beds as well as sofa beds. Carefully curated furniture from Magis, Paola Lenti, and Roche Bobois up the design ante here. The topnotch Miura Suite has two bedrooms and bathrooms on the top floor. A cube sculpture by artist David Černý keeps guests company. 

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      A blocky building

      A façade built from rusty steel and purple glass, Miura Hotel looks like a spaceship from another world. There are three different parts: two outer wings that house the 44 rooms and suites, and a gravity-defying central section for the lobby, spa and restaurant, which juts out from the main body of the building. Although distinct in shape and style, these three sections link seamlessly together.

      Many of the hotel’s south-facing rooms come with balconies, while the suites have glass walls providing views of Lysá hora, the highest peak in the Beskydy range.


      Gallery-style spaces

      The wide, gallery-style spaces at Miura Hotel crave attention, and not just because of the art on the walls. Round-edged pieces by Italian design houses like Kartell, Moroso and Pedrali furnish the wood- and Corian-clad public areas, adding hot bursts of magenta and charcoal. But it’s the custom-made furnishings – including the cube-shaped tables designed for the hotel by Czech architect Vladimír Ambroz – that really make the place stand out.

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      Richard and Richard Kučík

      The driving force behind Miura Hotel is the art collector Richard Kučík. Working with his father, an experienced hotelier who shares the same name, he set about creating an adventurous new hotel that would allow guests not just to see art, but actually live around it. “We wanted to build something timeless and original,” says the younger Richard. Teaming up with Czech architectural studio Labor 13, he and his father managed exactly that, launching a hotel that successfully fuses world class art with bold modern design, unforgettably good spa treatments, and views of the forested hills.

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