Atlantic Palace is one of the most prominent architectural gems of Karlovy Vary. Construction was started in 1912 by the Viennese architect Fritz Mahler and the house was opened on May 1st 1914. Builder of this building was Alois Klein, a respected businessman and hotelier from Carlsbad. In its time, it was clearly the most modern building in the city. The decoration of the house were made by designers from the famous Wiener Werkstaette company, which opened an office inside this building. Viennese sculptor Michael Powolny created statues of angels, which still adorn the facade of the building and are its symbols.
The building and its owner had unsettled fate. In 1938 Alois Klein had to escape the fascists abroad and the house was foreclosed by Greater German Reich. After expropriation by the state in 1945, the palace was slowly devastated, which in 1962 culminated in the destruction of unique onyx facade in the ground floor and mezzanine. Until 1989, the house was used by Carlsbad state company Interhotels. After a lengthy resolution of restitution claims and return to the original owners of the house started at the beginning of the new millennium with its successive corrections.
Atlantic for its exceptional value entered in the list of cultural monuments.
Luxury Spa Hotel Atlantic Palace has 21 luxurious and stylishly furnished rooms with unique views and balconies, a restaurant on the top floor of the building. Our wellness is opened 12 hours per a day and offers perfect full-service for your health. Relax centre also offers a full spa treatment.
The hotel also offers all the modern technologies that the restorers managed to integrate this structure clearly, such as Wi-Fi high-speed Internet access throughout the building.