Accommodation in the heart of the capital of Moravia
We’ve been operating in the accommodation sector since 2013. Since that year we have operated 300 beds as long-term accommodation for students and young people. The 7 NIGHTS concept – amazing short-term housing in the new and beautifully furnished apartments – was created in 2014. The apartments are situated in two locations.
We focus on travelers who enjoy being cared for, those who come to Brno because of their business or other kinds of meetings. We’re not forgetting those who are just travelling through Brno and are looking for simple accommodation in the city centre at a reasonable price.
With 7 NIGHTS you can stay any day of the week, all year round. You can choose from two locations – Václavská street or Dominikánské náměstí, both of which have reception desks where you can pick up a map, buy small necessities or get good advice. We always welcome any feedback. Our aim is to continuously improve the quality of services and thus the satisfaction of our guests .
Points of interest in Brno
A gothic building within sight of Špilberk Castle. The legend says that the cathedral’s bells played a key role during the Swedish attack in 1645, when the midday bells started ringing at 11am instead of the usual 12o’clock. For further information look here.
The castle was founded in the 13th century and is situated on a wooded hill right in the middle of the city. The Castle tower offers a beautiful view of the whole city of Brno. The castle previously served as a military fortress and was also called The Prison of Nations. More information here here.
This is an ideal place for rest and relaxation. We recommend a beautiful stroll to Veveří castle along the left bank of the dam. There is also a unique means of transport using electrically powered boats running seasonally at regular intervals. The international fireworks competition Ignis Brunensis. is held at the dam. More information can be found here.
The second oldest and largest museum in the Czech Republic. Interesting exhibitions including those focusing on the history of Great Moravia can be seen there. Another very interesting exhibition you can experience is the Anthropos Pavilion, where popular models of mammoths in their natural environment can be seen. For more information click here.
This beautiful margravial residence has been standing in the wooded hills above the dam for 800 years. If you are looking for the peace and beauty of nature, and a taste of history near the centre of Brno, Veveří is the right choice. For more information click here.
One of the most recently opened attractions in the city. Brno Underground is made up of several floors and long corridors. Visit the medieval Mintmaster cellar or the labyrinth beneath Zelný trh. Do not forget the ossuary under the church of St. James and the fallout shelter Z10. For more information click here.
The most important monument of modern architecture in Brno. The functionalist building by Mies van der Rohe is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Reservation in advance is required. More information here.
The museum is located on the premises of an authentic Augustinian Abbey in Old Brno and was the workplace of the abbot and scientist Gregor Johann Mendel. He is known as the father of genetics because of his experiments with peas. More information here.
A perfect place for all lovers of technical development. The luminary panorama (stereovision), a popular attraction of the late 19th century, can be seen there …and much more. The Technical Museum in Brno is the largest technical museum in Moravia. The permanent exhibitions of the Technical Museum in Brno present the development of science and technology. More information here.