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Reikartz Dworzec Lviv Hotel Star Rating 3        
Gorodotskaya Str.107

Set 2 minutes' walk from a tram stop, this casual hotel on a bustling commercial street is 2 km from the lively Market Square and 3 km from Lviv High Castle, the highest point in the city.The bright, warmly decorated rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Upgraded rooms feature pull-out sofas.
Reikartz Medievale Lviv Star Rating 4        
Drukarska Str.9

This centrally located hotel is just 100 yards from Lviv's historical Market Square in the Old Town. It offers free Wi-Fi in all areas, and elegant rooms with satellite TV.A varied breakfast buffet is served every morning at the Reikartz Medievale Lvov.
Drevny Grad Hotel Star Rating 5        
Pustomyty Region, Kemping, 7 km of Kyiv Highway

Featuring a shuttle to Lviv International Airport, plus complimentary Wi-Fi, Drevny Grad Park-hotel is a comfortable base in Lviv. It also offers 24-hour room service, a sauna and a playground.The hotel provides state-of-the-art facilities and premier service.
Edem Hotel Lviv Star Rating 3        
Horodotska Str.95A

Conveniently situated, Edem Hotel Lviv offers easy access to Lviv's main sightseeing areas. It also provides meeting rooms, an express check-in and check-out feature and a 24-hour reception.Guests of this 3-star hotel can plan excursions with help from the tour desk.
Navaria Nova Star Rating 2        
Navaria Village

Just not far from the ancient city of Lviv there is a hotel recreation complex Navariya Nova situated, the shrewd choice both for businessmen and tourists. Here you will feel the hospitality and warmth of your own home. The service of upgrade level and hotel facilities will make your vacations enjoyable and unforgettable event.
2 Bedroom Apartment in Lviv City Center Star Rating 3        
Fredra Street 6

Conveniently located, 2 Bedroom Apartment In Lviv City Center offers easy access to Lviv's popular sightseeing areas. The various amenities this art deco property has to offer include a tour desk and wired internet.Those staying at 2 Bedroom Apartment In Lviv City Center can enjoy a unique dining experience at the on-site restaurant, ideally located for those who want to stay close when looking for a bite to eat.
Hotel Plazma Star Rating 1        
Svobody Prospekt 5

Situated in the heart of the city, Hotel Plazma provides easy access to Lviv's popular retail areas and tourist attractions. It offers free Wi-Fi, and is an easy walk from Market Square.All the modern rooms at the hotel include a private bathroom, plus all the necessities for a comfortable stay.
Hotel Lviv Star Rating 1        
Chernovola Prospekt 7

Hotel Lviv is situated in Lviv and is close to the area's well-known attractions. It also provides free Wi-Fi.The hotel has 250 elegant rooms that are equipped with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.
A&A Apartments        
Tugan-Baranovskogo Street 6

A&A Apartments provides a comfortable setting when in Lviv. Those staying at the property can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi during their stay.There are a variety of amenities on offer to those staying at the property, such as room service and laundry facilities.
Eney Hotel Star Rating 4        
2 Shimzeriv Street

An 8-minute walk from the storied Lychakiv Cemetery, this stately Roman-themed hotel is also a 10-minute walk from a tram station and 2 km from Market Square.The modern, warmly decorated rooms, some with balconies, offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Upgraded rooms have minibars and garden views, and some suites have separate living areas.
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Lviv is an old city, located in the west Ukraine. Founded in the 13th century, it became the capitol of the Galicia region. Since then, this historical metropolis has evolved to become a major cultural center in the east of Europe, as well as a destination for Ukrainian students from all over the country, thanks to the multiple universities located there. Starting on the Market Square, the prominent area in the renaissance Old Town, tourists notice the new Town Hall, featuring a tower. Medieval houses surround the plaza. The black house, built from darkened sandstone for the prominent tax collector, is most famous of them. Other remarkable buildings include the royal house of the Polish king John III Sobieski, the Archbishop's Palace, or the Italian style Badinelli Palace. Multiple fountains and sculptures add a stylish touch to the square. As the city lies in the area of an influence of various Christian faiths, multiple churches and cathedrals add splendour to the town. Some of the most known include an Armenian cathedral with two famous icons, Latin cathedral of Assumption of Mary with a neo-gothic design, and a tall bell tower, Dominican church with a dome ceiling. Located on the hill, that overlooks the city, sits the Lviv High Castle. This defensive fort played a significant role during many battles. It has been damaged and rebuilt multiple times since its construction in 13th century.