Facilities available to rent
- 1. Marie Baťa Salon
- 2. Dominik Čipera Salon
- 3. Jan Antonín Baťa Salon
- 4. Tomáš Baťa Study
- 5. Hugo Vavrečka Room
1. Marie Baťa Salon
Formerly the dining room, it features luxurious mahogany fixtures inlaid with pearl. The walls are of mahogany panelling combined with textile features. The room is dominated by a portrait of Tomáš J. Baťa.
The room is ideal for meetings and presentations, but even for business lunches of 10-15 persons. It is also frequently booked as a venue for wedding ceremonies. The room adjoins, through sliding doors, the Dominik Čipera and Jan A. Baťa salons, making it suitable for large social occasions of up to 150 persons.
Capacity: 50 standing, 25 seated, (6.4 x 5.5 )
2. Dominik Čipera Salon
This was once the main sitting room. The salon’s ceiling extends over two differing heights, the uppermost part featuring a balcony affording a view of the entire space. It is dominated by stained glass windows, an antique chandelier, a marble fireplace and wood panelling on the walls.
The largest space can be found on the lower floor, which is used for various purposes – ranging from round-table talks for 6-24 persons to events such as lectures, training sessions, conferences and concerts, with a seating capacity of 60-70 persons.
Capacity: 150 – standing room only (buffet meals); 65 seated, or 30 with table seating; (6 m x 10.3 m)
3. Jan Antonín Baťa Salon
Originally a library, the room is lined with wooden panels decorated with carved ornamentation. It features a highly valuable work of art made from wrought copper in a marble frame.
The salon is used for meetings, presentations and training sessions (10-15 persons). It is connected through a sliding door with the main Dominik Čipera salon and the Marie Baťa salon, thereby making it suitable for large social gatherings of up to 150 persons.
Capacity: 40 standing room only; 20 seated; 15 with table seating; (6.6 m x 4.5m)
4. Tomáš Baťa Study
Operating as a museum, it contains a number of pictures from the life of the Baťa family and company. Period objects are also on display – a typewriter, calculator, metal advertising signs and a diary.
Should the whole ground floor be leased, the study can be used for part of a buffet catering arrangement.
(4.5 m x 3 m)
5. Hugo Vavrečka Room
A quiet room most suitable for meetings of up to 10 persons, it is accessible through the J. A Baťa Salon. It features a round table that is available for use if required.
The Hugo Vavrečka room once functioned as the men’s sitting room; today it displays original advertisements from the Baťa era.
Capacity: 10 seated (4.3 m x 4.2 m)
6. Josef Hlavnička Room
This originally served as the room of Tomáš Baťa Jr. when he was a child.
The room is equipped with 8 PCs used for MS Windows courses organized by the Foundation.
Capacity: 8 students, 1 teacher
Computing courses for beginners and advanced users
7. Josef Blažek Room
Josef Blažek room was loft space prior to reconstruction of the Villa.
Wedding Ceremonies in the Bata Villa
The elegant and impressive rooms and beautiful garden make the Bata Villa ideal for wedding ceremonies.
The price for a wedding in the Dominik Čipera Salon (capacity: 24 seated and 65 standing), or the Marie Baťa Salon (capacity: 50 standing and 16 seated) is CZK 5,999.00, inclusive of 21% VAT.
Using the Villa or grounds for wedding photographs before or after the ceremony (no more than 1 hour) is included in the price.
Providing your own photographer or videographer for the wedding ceremony and any further photography is permitted. In addition, couples can bring CDs of music selected for the wedding ceremony.
The date of the ceremony has to be agreed in advance with the Thomas Bata Foundation and at the Register of Births, Marriages and Deaths of Zlín City Council.
The space is also suitable for training sessions, meetings or presentations for up to 20 persons. It comes equipped with desks, chairs and a white board.
Capacity: 20 seated