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Best Hotels in Lviv

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Founded in the 13th century, Lviv in Western Ukraine boasts a rich heritage and a plentiful buffet for aficionados of art, music and theatre. Occupying the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List, its historic city centre is encrusted with grand architectural marvels, spanning Rococo, Baroque, Renaissance and Gothic styles. It’s not just a pretty façade however. Home to plethora of museums and galleries, a slew of buzzing festivals, a relaxed café culture and a rowdy nightlife, Lviv offers some of the best of the old and new.

Things to see

Also known as Rynok Square, Market Square is the city’s bustling centrepiece, home to an array of shops, restaurants and cafés. A tourist hotspot, meeting place for locals, and a stage for the city’s festivities, the rectangle plaza is lined with historic architecture. One of these structures, dating back to 1835, is the Lviv City Hall, the main hub of Lviv’s government. The building’s viewing tower provides panoramic views of the cityscape, and is open to visitors all year round. The Baroque majesty of the Dominican Church can be found just east of Market Square – and can’t be missed when it’s illuminated at night. Built in the 18th century with later additions and a facelift, the church’s interior is richly adorned with ornate fretwork and gilt embellishments. The Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet is another architectural masterpiece. Combining Renaissance and Baroque elements and decorated inside by a who’s who of Polish artists, the lavish venue hosts opera, ballet and theatrical performances.

Hotels in Lviv

Whatever your needs, taste and budget, the hotels in Lviv tick every box. Many of them sit behind historical facades, boasting large rooms and bustling views. You’ll find a variety of affordable digs here, from grand hotels draped in Rococo décor, business hotels with smart contemporary style, fully-equipped city centre apartments, and chic boutique accommodation. Common amenities include onsite restaurants and bar lounges, whilst many hotels provide fitness facilities, business centres and meeting rooms too. The budget hotels in Lviv are in excellent supply and are often well located, whilst the city’s hostels provide an even thriftier alternative.

Where to stay

With its cobblestone streets, mesmerising buildings and vibrant atmosphere, a hotel in Lviv’s historic heart makes perfect sense if you want to experience the best the city has to offer. The city centre is home to the majority of Lviv’s best attractions, most of them situated within walking distance, meaning you won’t have to deal with the city’s somewhat chaotic public transport. Packed with plenty of budget-friendly and splurge-worthy restaurants, cafes, shops and nightspots, you won’t need to stray much further anyway. For an unmatched view of the city, climb its highest point at Lviv High Castle.

How to get to Lviv

Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport, known more simply as just Lviv International, is the main airport serving the city. It serves a number of hubs within Ukraine itself, as well as a good handful of destinations elsewhere in Europe. Once you’ve landed it’s a 6 kilometre journey into Lviv’s city centre from the airport. A taxi can whisk you to your hotel in no time at all, whilst regular public buses run to and from the airport every 10 to 15 minutes. The city is also reachable by rail. Services stop at the Art Nouveau Lviv railway station, to the west of the city centre.