Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Lancut, Vis a Vis Lancut is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Vis a Vis Lancut makes it easy to enjoy the best of Lancut.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Vis a Vis Lancut features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a coffee shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast. If you are driving to Vis a Vis Lancut, street parking is available.
If you are looking for a good pub, you may want to check out Piktonówka Restaurant or Zapiekanka i Oranżada while staying at Vis a Vis Lancut.
Should time allow, Lańcut Castle, The Łańcut Synagogue, and Storczykarnia are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Vis a Vis Lancut is sure to make your visit to Lancut one worth remembering.
I was in Lancut for One Week. The City is beautiful 100% Tourist attraction . All the building have Red colored roofs and the city is clean gorgeous beautiful with Tourist from all the European countries. Polish food is the best.
My sister and I stayed here two weeks ago. Very nice, spacious room with a nice bathroom. Breakfast was delicious and the staff was very friendly. Our room faced west so we had a beautiful sunset each night we were there. I would recommend this hotel.
On our way to the Mediterranean, Łancut was a convenient stop over. There is an intressant and a famous barock palace with a beautiful garden just behind the hotel well worth a visit. We were warmly wellcomed. We had a deluxe suite, which was spacious with separate living room and bedroom. Even the bathroom was spacious, but there could be more shelves for toiletries. An abundant and good breakfast was included. The hotel has no own private parking, but there were no difficulties to find a parking place just in front of the hotel.
Regret to say that all six of us (adults)were not particularly impressed with the service. We checked out Tripadvisor which gave it a glowing review so opted for it. A large group of very noisy tourists were just vacating the place so it looked like the place to eat. Nothing extraordinary was ordered: chicken soups with noodles(ok) rye sour soup(ok) potato pancakes with soured cream- 4 small pancakes for 10 zlotys a portion. Undercooked & pasty looking. Two of the meals were brought out & 4 people were waiting. My salad with smoked salmon was tasty with a gravad lax sauce. Once all the drinks & meals were put out the waitress disappeared! No interest shown. When tea with rum was ordered the tea walked already in the pot with the teabag! When I made a comment the manager said we should have ordered the alcohol “on the side.” This is always brought in a liquer glass for the client to put it in the tea or coffee or sip it with the hot drink.(I do this here & soberano with tea in Spain.) it was a special occasion but did not live up to the reviews. Could do better!…
What can i say, other than i loved it. Lancut is a bit of a backwater town with nf ot a lot to do there. There is of course the Palace, which is just behind the hotel, a few other places that may be of interest to some, but that is about it. However this review is about the hotel and not the town. I have made many visits to Poland in the past and have reviewed a number of hotels there, Vis a Vis ranks amongst the highest in all aspects, from general demeanor of staff to cleanliness and size of room equated to price paid. My room (101) was similar to a suite in much more expensive hotels, in that there were separate living room, bedroom and bathroom, even a bidet in the bathroom. As i have said all the staff i met with from reception to cleaners were all polite and cheerful. The room was exceedingly clean, and i have already described the room and its size. Bearing mind that whilst i was there temperatures dropped below what i am used to the hotel was kept at a nice warm temperature, a nice welcome back from any trips out i made. Breakfast was pretty much standard for any Polish hotel so it is not really worth commenting on although don't treat that as a negative, just an observation. The in house restaurant was excellent, both price and content were very good, i do hope to review that separately but it would not be in depth. There were obviously some negatives but they really would be nit picking, and don't change my view of this very fine hotel. Typically just as finish my review i think of something else.. The hotel has a lift to all floors, which to me is a big plus, as that is not something often found in these smaller hotels. Finally as information, as i have said i was in room 101, this was on the 1st floor overlooking the town centre (best description i can think of for now) other rooms facing the same way on this floor were 101 to 106, i have no idea how the upper floor numbers ran.…
While it was in a convenient location I was not overwhelmed with this hotel. First of all the room was one of the few with no AC. When I asked for a different room I was told it was impossible but there was a fan in the closet I could use. It was large and noisy, also the room was one of the smallest in the hotel. Friends traveling with us, paying the same price had much larger rooms and AC. Additionally the room faced the street. This would have been no issue but the drapes were paper thin and the bright light from street lamps etc mad it difficult to sleep, not to mention the fact that sunrise was around 4:10 and!
This hotel is just steps away from the Lubomirski Castle and right next door to the Lancut Synagogue. Rooms are spacious and well, if not luxuriously, furnished. Breakfast was excellent. Staff are friendly and knowledgeable. If you have a heavy suitcase, a stair ramp at the adjacent restaurant is more convenient than the 6 steps up to the hotel.
Very reasonable 3* hotel near the Ukrainian border. The rooms are big and cosy the beds are very big, the room is nice, doesn't have minibar. Very nice breakfast with good variety. Near the main attraction the palace.
This hotel is nice inside. Room is large, as is the bathroom. Very flat pillows, you may want to ask for extras. The a/c is controlled with a remote, and worked well. Breakfast was okay, for sweets they had packaged cookies instead of pastries, and margarine provided instead of butter. Nice choice of teas, and a good coffee machine to make your own lattes, etc. Staff spoke very good English, and were helpful and friendly. It is located across the street from the Palace. But the major issue here is that the hotel is situated right on a very busy street, and traffic was heavy and noisy starting at 6:30 a.m., so no sleeping in. Lots of people walking by in the area could also be heard. Perhaps if you are on the back of the hotel (Palace side) it would be quieter, but for us it was a deal breaker. After all, I go to a hotel to sleep!…
Popped in for coffee and cake after looking round museum (free on Monday). The Polish member of staff was excellent - chatty, good english, customer-centric and the place itself was nice Just had coffee and cake but a really nice experience Aiming to be back!