A modest yellow Jugendstil façade conceals one of the city's most luxurious small hotels. Once a budget hotel, the building was gutted and lavishly refurbished in the mid-1990s. Now it's a member of the luxury Golden Tulip chain. The rooms are a palette of primary colors: blue carpeting, pale yellow walls, and red bedspreads anchor traditional furnishings. The Pohořelec tram stop (tram no. 22) is practically at the front door, making trips into the center quick and easy, or you can walk downhill through the vineyards surrounding the Castle.