Apartment Novotná

6 beds 2800,–/apartment (for 6 person), 5 beds 2500,–/apartment (for 5 person), 4 beds 2100,–/apartment (for 4 person), 3 beds 1850,–/apartment (for 3 person), 2 beds 1650,–/apartment (for 1–2 person)

Novotná

Novotná Apartment is located in the city center and offers a private bathroom with a shower and a kitchenette. The private bathroom comes with a washing machine, a shower and a hairdryer. The kitchenette includes dishes (plates, cutlery, glasses, wine glasses, mugs), a hob, dishwasher, microwave and fridge. Accommodation is located on the 4th floor of a building without a lift. The Novotná Apartment has a beautiful view of the Old Town Hall's historic tower and Sv. Peter and Paul. Novotná Apartment offers one double bed and two double sofa beds with double bed and queen size beds.

Jana Novotná was born in Brno. She was a professional tennis player and trainer. In 1987–1999, she was the world leader in women's doubles on the WTA circuit. She wrote herself in history primarily with her style of play, practiced the game style service-volej, which at that time was very rare in female competitions. In 1993 and 1997 she played the Wimbledon final, where she did not succeed. In 1998 she played the Wimbledon final again and she became the winner. She also became the oldest winner of the grandslam tournament that year, being almost 30 years old. In 1995 she won the Championship in New York in singles and the same year in doubles. In 1997 she also won the doubles. The women's doubles were her strong point, winning 12 Grand Slam tournaments. In 1990, together with her teammate Helena Sukova they created a series of 44 games of doubles invincibility. WTA tournaments also featured Jana Novotná's strong side. She won 24 single tournaments, 76 doubles, and 4 mixed double tournaments. Altogether she won 100 WTA tournaments. This made her one of the seven tennis players in history who earned 100 or more WTA titles. In 1997 she was second in the WTA ranking in singles. There was only one match to finish to become first, yet she lost with Martina Hingis. In 1990, he was first in the doubles, in the WTA rankings. In 2005 she was admitted to the International Hall of Fame. At the top of the WTA rankings for singles she was second (July 1997). She was the trainer of a French tennis player from 2013 to 2014, then she started to train the Czech tennis player Barbora Krejčířová. She died in November 2017 at the age of 49 in Brno.