Arriving after a long flight, it was refreshing to come to a hotel that seemed a refuge in the... See full review
May 31, 2012
Edem Hotel is located in the heart of Lviv, in close vicinity to the main Greek Catholic Sanctuary of Ukraine St. Yuriy Cathedral which is an architectural monument of the eighteenth century. Due to strategic location, every visitor can easily reach any part of the city that is an important advantage both for business and tour programs.
The capacity of the hotel is 40 guests. Edem Hotel houses 20 comfortable rooms of different categories equipped with all the necessary modern amenities for the best hotel experience: flat screen TV, telephone, safe, minibar, free Internet access Wi-Fi, bath-room, hair-dryer, bath products and slippers. Also there are bath robes in Suite and Junior-Suite rooms.
Excursion, transfer or theatre tickets can be easily arranged in Edem Hotel.
Appear on the island of culinary pleasures of Ukrainian and European cuisine in the restaurant located on the ground floor.
Special area for smoking is designated outside. All the public and guest rooms are non-smoking.
Free parking in the inner yard of the hotel is available 24 hours for guests arriving by their own transport.
The atmosphere of hospitality and friendliness, the highest standards of service and comfort will make your staying in Edem Hotel a truly heavenly experience.
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Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
Arriving after a long flight, it was refreshing to come to a hotel that seemed a refuge in the city. Entering a car-wide passage from the street into the courtyard (typical of many structures in Lviv), you see an understated but elegant hotel
entrance. Around the rest of the courtyard are residences, with some laundry hanging out, a few people on balconies taking the air, etc., but that's also how you knew the place was real.
Warmly greeted at the hotel desk, English-speaking, no issues with the reservation. As with most hotel elevators, theirs is a two-person and two-bag size, but quiet and efficient.
The room was exceptionally clean, and marked with paper "sanitary" strips (evidence of cleanliness) on the sink, tub and bidet - yes, a bidet, too! The bed was comfortable, with flat screen tv available, all set in an alcove with drapes along the side - quite nice! I don;'t know if all rooms were like this, however. It was May, so weather was good and I can't comment on the air conditioning system since we didn't use it.
We walked to dinner just to stretch our legs. The hotel is not particularly close to the center of town, but is near a park and there are shops all along the street. It can be a bit of a jaunt, but any reasonably healthy person can walk from the hotel to most any attraction.
When we were to leave the next morning, a cab was arranged and they led us to a covered back entrance due to a heavy rain. The cab got us efficiently to the train station for our next adventure.
It's a good hotel, and I would have no qualms about returning to it. Everyone seemed to make an effort to give us a pleasant and comfortable stay.
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Long walk from hotel
Depending on your preferences, try the local cuisine. There's even a Ukrainian cafeteria-style restaurant in town where you can basically point at what you want - most signs are in English and Ukrainian. It's helpful to know at least the Cyrillic alphabet, to sound out words that will then sound familiar. Invest a little time in studying the language for a more satisfying stay in Ukraine, everyone will appreciate it. There are many small hotels such as the Edem, but this was a pleasant stay. Oh, remember that toilet paper is placed in the small metal trash can in the bathrooms, not flushed!