The Grand Hotel
The city’s unperceivable Bohemian aura seemed to magnetically attract unconventional people. There were a lot of geniuses among them including the Polish poet Adam Mitskevych, Ukrainian historian and philosopher Mykhailo Hrushevsky, biologist and the inventor of typhus vaccine Rudolf Vigel, author of classic of Jewish literature Shalom Aleihem, famous fantasist of the 20th century Stanislav Lem and many others looked for inspiration for their creative and scientific work in Lviv.
From the moment you enter the lobby of the Grand Hotel you will appreciate its style which combines elegance, comfort and hospitality. A masterful collection of paintings by Ukrainian artists awaits you in the halls of the hotel. The Grand Hotel was stylishly renovated in 1992 to preserve the original facade, designed by famous architects E. Germatnik and L. Marconi and many unique architectural features of the rooms and restaurant.