Phone number: +421 52 285 3500, +421 52 285 3503
In Hotel Lomnica you will find first-class accommodation and service in both the historic and modern parts. In the conceptual stage of development, we paid attention to every detail.
The historic part consists of 30 rooms, all with very unique and distinctive designs. In the modern extension, you will find 37 luxurious rooms, meeting all of the requirements of modern accommodation. We are the only hotel in the High Tatras where all the rooms are air-conditioned. You can choose from 67 rooms in the following categories.
The gates of the Lomnica opened in 1894 and from the very beginning, the hotel became a very important cultural and social hub. The elegant building was designed by Gedeon Majunke, the leading contemporary architect from the nearby town of Spišská Sobota. The present appearance of the hotel pays respect to the tradition and is a result of a comprehensive reconstruction from 2015 – 2016, which returned the hotel the grace and refinement it truly deserves.
In the hotel you will also find:
An intimate space under the original historical vaults of the hotel is complemented with elements of modern design. It is dominated by bricks – typical for older wine cellars – that form the essence giving the restaurant its pleasant ambience. The interior is in contrast to attractive accessories and the charming atmosphere with a twist […]
The wellness center of the Lomnica hotel is a delightful place that will have beneficial effects not only on your body but on your mind as well. Our oasis of relaxation is partly set into the historical hotel building but it also offers fully equipped modern premises and a wide range of procedures and comprehensive […]
If you are truly open to culinary experiments, the Sissi restaurant has been made for you. Right after you enter, the premises will stun you with their grand historical interiors combined with truly exceptional works of art. The kitchen is run by a team of high culinary professionals who set as their essential priority to […]