Hotel Pivoňka stands on náměstí Míru, or Peace Square, which was known as Western Market Square since its founding in the 14th century. The late Gothic house has an interesting volute gable with pilasters and a facade with trompe l'oeil architecture. Its arcade, a covered spot ideal for observing the town's comings and goings, is covered in wall paintings depicting hunting scenes. Like all of the buildings on the two adjacent squares, Hotel Pivoňka also has an elongated floor plan. Its walls remember the building's past, when it used to be a butcher shop, a cafe, a shoe store, and the time when there was a gas station on the square directly in front of it. The building was converted into a hotel in the 1990s.