50, V.Velykoho str., Lviv, 79053, Ukraine | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

Travel Blogs from Lviv

Lviv, Ukraine

A travel blog entry by soflukes3


... and everything. Our food was out of this world authentic Ukrainian. The walls are filled with war memorabilia and a woman and man walk around singing old Ukrainian folk songs. My eyes literally filled with joy to see an entire room light up with the songs of my ancestors that I have my youth group to thank for also knowing. We took it easy afterwards because we were exhausted. The next day we continued to walk around and headed to a pub where I got to try caramel beer. ...

Love it or Lviv it

A travel blog entry by sashadasha


... Red Army. Nikolai led our way with his flashlight. It was designed to withstand a direct hit of a nuclear bomb. The premises were fully evacuated since independent Ukraine did not need to maintain sites of this kind. In the past, there was lots of communication equipment installed. A sign on the door warned that there was no equipment left trying to discourage theft of metal. An eerie staircase took us to the rooms. There was a three ton door, fuses that sealed ...

Ukraine's most lovely city!!

A travel blog entry by aborder

This is a top pick!

... AK47's, sniper rifles, shot guns, but this really didn't sit well with me. I can't understand why anyone would want to spend money to use an automatic weapon. Are they really fantasising about killing someone? Killing a bunch of people? It makes me sick knowing that people are using these for fun where in reality, all around the globe, people fall victim to these weapons in their everyday lives! I've never fired a gun ...

It's hard to leave L'viv

A travel blog entry by shultz


... got off at the correct stop and she pointed us in the direction of our hostel which was greatly appreciated. After a quick nap, we headed out to find some food and thanks to the directions of our hostel staff, ended up at the greatest restaurant ever! Puzata Hata (not to be confused with Pizza Hut) is a festival of Ukrainian comfort food served cafeteria style. We ended up going to Puzata Hata 8 times in 5 days and are still not tired of eating borscht, ...

Love in Lviv...

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt


... Riga, lviv's gargoyles and mermaids and twisted iron balconies are rusted and moss-covered and sanded down by decades of harsh weather - but not in a bad way. There is something so wonderfully natural and calming to see them untouched by a world obsessed with progress and modernity and left instead to testify to the sculpting powers of time.

Lviv is not neglected; rather, i like to imagine that it is a city of people with a reverence for the stories of the past, ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Hetman Lviv

3.00 of 5 stars Good