We have pre-booked for you the following six hotels showcased below. All of them are conveniently connected with the conference venue (Casino), and all rates include free entry to the pools, saunas and whirlpools in the booked hotel). For their booking please use link bellow hotels.

Hotel Maria Spa ****

Directly connected withe the venue. In the booking form below it is as a part of the hotel Centrální Lázně, so please choose hotel Centrální Lázně and than the type of the room Maria.

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Hotel Imperial ****

Directly connected with the venue. In the booking form below it is as a part of the hotel Hvězda, so please choose hotel Hvězda and than the type of the room Imperial.

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Hotel Pacifik ****

Approx. 500 meters from the venue.

Hotel Pacifik
Hotel Pacifik

Hotel Butterfly ****

Fully booked. Approx. 750 meters from the venue.

Hotel Butterfly ****
Hotel Butterfly ****

Hotel Nové Lázně *****

Directly connected with the venue.

hotel Nové Lázně
hotel Nové Lázně

Centrální Lázně ****

Directly connected with the venue.

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Please visit following link for accommodation booking here, to obtain the special G4discount use the code "G422"

This code is valid only when using the link above, not for etc.

How to book the accommodation (on Ensanahotel webpage - link above):

  1. choose the hotel from the select in upper left corner
  2. the price is quoted EUR and per 1 person
  3. choose the type of the room
  4. insert the discount code


Accommodation for students:

We can recommend for example Pension Acropolis (the price is from 40 EUR for night with the breakfast)

or you can check - please just note, that the venue is in the city center.



History of Marienbad

Marienbad is an old spa town, developed at the beginning of the 19th century in a valley where several excellent healing streams spring from the ground, though its inhabitants were aware of the springs as early as the 1200s. In 1528, King Ferdinand ordered these springs to be examined for salt content. In 1805–1807, Dr. Johann Josef Nehr founded the first brick house for spa guests near the Cross Spring (Křížový) called 'The Golden Globe', built on the site of a former wooden cabin. In 1812 it arises municipality of Marienbad from the decision of Karel Kašpar Reitenberger (abbot of Teplá Premonstrate Monastery). Numerous cultural, scientific and political personalities came from all over the world to visit Marienbad, notably Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Prince Friedrich of Saxony, Fryrderyk Chopin, Earl Kašpar Šternberk, Joens Jakob Berzelius, Václav Jan Tomášek, and Marie Szymanowsky. In 1865, Marienbad was declared a city by Franz Joseph I. The spa life remained active through the first half of the 20th century. Famous people were still drawn to Mariánské Lázně, such as Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk and Edvard Beneš.



The differing chemical composition of the town’s numerous springs makes it the perfect place to treat a wide variety of ailments. The large variety of local springs are the foundation resource for the many spa treatments available. In the local nature surrounding the town, there are 100 springs that emerge and within the town itself there are 40 springs that rise naturally. Various springs are now sheltered by pavilions and colonnades that have been built over them during the years, all of which help create the town’s picturesque spa atmosphere.

Springs from Marianske Lazne are used in the treatment of:

  • Disorders of the kidneys and of the urinary tract
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Locomotive system disorders
  • Metabolic disorders
  • Gynaecological disorders including sterility
  • Oncological disorders

The Singing Fountain

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The Singing Fountain is the most popular tourist attraction in Marienbad. The circular stone fountain, decorated with a 12-piece stone sculpture representing a flower and equipped with more than 250 jets, can be found at the colonnade in the centre of the spa zone. It is definitely worth seeing as it offers a remarkable spectacle of water jets sophisticatedly choreographed to popular compositions of both classical and modern music. The Singing Fountain (designed by Pavel Mikšík) first entertained visitors on 30 April 1986. The program of the Singing Fountain includes 10 compositions, which are performed in regular order. Each composition is performed every odd hour. Visitors may admire the breath-taking shows, which are augmented by magnificent light effects after dark.