Dnister Hotel

Address: Mateyka St., 6, Lviv, 79000, Ukraine | 4 star hotel
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Dnister Hotel Lviv

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Lviv

          Glad I came here in the end

          A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 22, 2015

          5 photos

          ... station thinking that will sort me out for a day or so. After I checked-in I quickly dumped my bags off and went to grab a quick snack. I found a noodle bar just around the corner from my hostel. It was very convenient and tasted pretty good. The following morning I decided I wanted to stay an extra night so I tried to find one of the people who work there. There was no one to be seen. So I left it and went out for the day to check the city out. One of da guys in my ...

          Lviv a great City

          A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 25, 2013

          8 photos

          Update: The trials of yesterday seem a long way off and we are re-charged for a full days walk around historic L'viv. Located on the western side of Ukraine, the City is now looking towards the EEC and has shed it's Russian feel of 10 years ago when we were last here. Still slightly tumble down, they have made huge efforts to restore many Baroque and Neo-Classical buildings.

          The Vodka swigging ...

          The City of Lions

          A travel blog entry by jginsburg on Jul 12, 2012

          4 comments, 13 photos

          ... Ukraine and his work. At one point democracy came up, and in response to something he said I said something like, "But can the Russian people really choose their leader and what type of government they want if the elections are rigged? It’s not a democracy that way." He laughed, and said “What does democracy even mean? Have you considered that maybe your politicians are just better at playing the game than ours? That they’re better at getting away ...

          Around Lviv

          A travel blog entry by dial on May 27, 2012

          1 comment, 17 photos

          ... up the main street they then closed the main street and they all rode off. When we got back to our hotel one of the brides had their reception there. Our room's window is right above the atrium of the reception area so the music was loud and the speeches long. It really didn’t matter as Diane went to bed at about 6.30pm reading a book and eventually went to sleep at 7.15pm I ended up in bed at 7.30pm thinking that I would not sleep but woke at 8.25am. Diane woke at 8.50am so we ...

          Leaving Ukraine tomorrow

          A travel blog entry by gizenadoption on Feb 01, 2011


          ... their chapel to say a prayer, and had us sign there guest book. The average age of the sisters we saw was about 35 years old. Jason said that was the first time he’s ever seen nuns younger than him.
          Victor tried to get us back to our usual drop-off spot, but there were traffic jams 3 different ways he tried to get us there. So he drove around searching for someplace where we could get our bearings to find our way back to ...