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Report - Hotel Lesní Mlýn, Marianské Lázně, Czech Republic. December 2015

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by Meersbrook, Dec 7, 2015.

  1. Meersbrook

    Meersbrook 28DL Full Member
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    Hotel Lesní Mlýn (En: Forest Mill Hotel) was built from 1853 on the site of a mill, the hotel was first a tavern. It was enlarged and in the 1930s had up to 70 rooms. The hotel changed name to Hotel Alhambra in 1945 and five years later became a convalescent home. The hotel closed in 1992.

    I hadn't planned on urbexing that day so was not dressed (I'm not a scout so I'm never "be prepared") so I did not ventured everywhere. Most of the complex was under lock and key but what was open was fairly impressive.

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    The old mill is currently 'inhabited' and full of feral cats.

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    The hotel's theatre.

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    What's an urbex without trashed toilets?

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    Looks like a very fun place to explore. I always wonder why people are compelled to smash toilets.
     
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