Do not forget when you comment so well about Lviv, that it was Lwów and a very pleasant city in the east of Poland. Since the post 1945 partition of eastern Poland the city of Lwów has gone to ruins. Lwów was a wealthy market town on the north-south and east-west trade routes across central Europe for generations. Lwów had always had a reputation in Poland for its academic and intellectual background and the city was well renowned for its reputation for supplying top rate doctors to Polish society.
Mighty posh! But we were still made to feel very welcome great stuff
We actually stayed elsewhere but we had a look in here and it certainly looked very good and we thought we might try it next time!We'll certainly return to Lviv!
What a hotel! Just great! The city itself is a bit run donw but still beautiful, and the Grand was an excellent base to explore. I am sure that once Ukraine joins the European Union, this will be the new Prague! Lovely, friendly people.
what's i can says,is nothings bad. I was spotted by police and the hotel manager proven it i'm the customer without showing my passport. I think i'm the only asian and the first staying in the hotel. All staff very helpfull.Althought few can speek english but they can read your mind. Room? well this one maybe need some improve.Hope i will here again to have fun with snow and have ukraine food with my associate.
No complaints about the Grand. West European standards and great location. Would go back, next time hopefully not on a business trip...
We arrived late, driving from Prymzl crossing was scary and the crossing itself was as organized as a six-year old's rules for hide-and-seek, but imagine that the child was stoned, the strength of eight men, and a machete... The Hotel Grand was remarkably pleasent after that, and the next morning, we still thought the same. Try the Garlic Soup!
Western standards and wonderful setting. The George seemed more 'atmospheric' but looked a bit decayed.