The history of this building goes back to the year 1869, when was inaugurated the opulent neo-renaissance hotel Czap. Immediately it became a centre of social life of Jihlava, mainly thanks to the fact that had in its time the largest ceremonial hall in the city. Held a number of concerts, balls, theatrical performances, even featured here the composer Gustav Mahler at the time of your graduation. In the following years hotel changed the owners and its name. The name of the Dělnický dům bears the building since the year 1945, when it owned the Communist party. With the change of regime, the Dělnický dům started to diminish, in 1993, had to be closed and the last accessible part of the building was a restaurant.
After extensive reconstruction returned to the Dělnický dům its original shine and importance. Thanks to the sensitive adjustments, retaining its historic character, is now associated with the modern amenities. There is an office space, a music club Soul and a number of rooms that are created for the holding of training courses, seminars, and conferences. For your conference or congress you can rent one of the four multifunctional conference halls.
The Dělnický dům will provide you a complete convention services. Due to its location in the middle of the Czech Republic and the easy accessibility from the D1 highway, is a great place not only for clients from Prague and Brno. The total capacity of the halls for 800 people, private parking for cars and buses and restaurants - the Pilsner Urquell Original Restaurant, which can ensure the catering services. All of this make from Dělnický dům an ideal place for your undisturbed action.