27. 01. 2009 - HOLIDAYS Czech Airlines Launches the Sale of Packages for Czech and Slovak Spas

Prague, 27 January 2009

The travel agency HOLIDAYS Czech Airlines has started offering stays in spa facilities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, responding to the demand from foreign as well as domestic clients.  Wellness stays at spas are designed for short-term relaxation.  On offer are one-week trips as well as long weekends, which are increasing in popularity in a number of spa towns throughout the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The contemporary lifestyle, which yields stress and being overworked, calls, on the other hand, for effective relaxation.  Independent analysis shows that Czech spas are increasingly being visited by people who are mainly coming to rest.  Czech Airlines’ travel agency, HOLIDAYS Czech Airlines, has adapted its offering to match this trend.  “We are trying to meet the demands of clients who want to choose a stay, including accommodation and food, as well as all other features, selected spa treatments, and a wellness programme, without having to study the offering of individual spa houses.  From us, they receive a tailor-made package of services,” said the Director of the travel agency HOLIDAYS Czech Airlines, Andrea Nuttall.

Czech Republic
Clients can choose from a number of stays that combine accommodation in mid-range hotels or spa houses with spa treatments and wellness features.  The offer is designed for clients from the Czech Republic, as well as for foreigners who can travel to the Czech Republic on the advantageous combination of a package and a Czech Airlines ticket.  Packages can also be purchased with miles from Czech Airlines’ OK Plus Frequent Flyer Programme.

At very advantageous prices, clients of the travel agency HOLIDAYS Czech Airlines can, for example, enjoy a one-week stay in Marienbad (Mariánské Lázně), with accommodation in a three-star hotel with half-board, and two spa treatments a day, based on a recommendation by a physician.  Included in the price is access to the swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool, tropical shower, and fitness club.  Clients can also opt for a shorter stay – long weekends, which are increasing in popularity – not only in the most famous spas of Western Bohemia, but also in smaller spa towns, such as Jeseník or Třeboň.  A one-week stay in a spa with accommodation in a three-star hotel with half-board and spa treatments can be had for as little as CZK 5,450 per person.

Clients who prefer the Czech Republic’s neighbour, Slovakia, can choose from stays in Smokovec in the High Tatras.  On offer are stays with a rich spa programme, including up to three treatments a day, as well as long weekends, during which a spa programme can be combined with excursions in the area.

Offer of Wellness Stays Abroad
Even clients who wish to try spa treatments and wellness stays abroad can find something for themselves in the offering of HOLIDAYS Czech Airlines.  Presently, they can choose from stays in Hungary and Turkey.


Daniela Hupáková  
Communications Director  
Czech Airlines´ Press Spokesperson