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Drevny Grad Hotel

Pustomyty Region, Kemping, 7 km of Kyiv Highway, Lviv 81123 Ukraine
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#46 of 83 hotels in Lviv
Park-hotel "Drevny Grad" is located in a very cozy and easy-to-reach place. Forest with glades, stoned paths, Alpine gardens, and stone fortifications will make you feel as if you are far away from noisy city. Here you can seclude yourselves in the silent places of the park – veiled from the eyes of the world. Also you can enjoy total tranquility listening to birds’ songs and breathing fresh air on the terrace of your cottage. Restaurant will impress you with exclusive dishes. You are welcome to take advantage of our comfortable hotel rooms and cottages. Here you can always expect for impassive rest. The exclusive style of Galicia used in park-hotel created the feeling of a harmonious and all-in-one complex. Our 24-hour security service will take care of your safety. We have large parking space at our territory with places for buses. All major credit cards are accepted. Hotel operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. In our hotel you can find everything for the best rest.
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juergen p wrote a review Dec 2019
Thailand1,762 contributions136 helpful votes
just jumped in on our way to Lviv and had great afternoon enjoying them nice cozy atmosphere - lots of handmade rural woody deco - romantic, castle-looking like entrance and natural surrounding - very good food - fast service and clean place - we would consider this as easy place for large or small family or friends festivals..... we only have been in restaurant - not in the Hotel...
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Date of stay: December 2019
Lilla C wrote a review Jul 2019
Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom106 contributions48 helpful votes
It is a place for those who would like to escape from the busy city and relax. Set in a peaceful woodland area, with paths to walk around, have a bite to eat and do a bit of animal spotting, birds watching and visit a mini zoo with a few rabits and cockerels. The hotel is lovely styled to be an old historical (medieval) wooden village, with all huts, furniture, decorations, benches, garden swing made out of tree branches. Good standards of housekeeping and cleanliness. However: 1. They do not have lifts and do not provide help with luggage. My hut was about 400 meters away from the reception up the hill. The taxi dropped me off at the reception, and after the check in I was told to walk - pushing my luggage up the hill. At the building, no staff apart from security guys. I asked for help to carry my luggage to the 4th floor, as I could not. He agreed unhappily as 'not his job'. 2. The hotel is a very popular wedding and conference venue - this peaceful location is no longer peaceful with hundreds of people around 3. Hotel service is POOR POOR POOR - staff do not speak foreign languages, not English, no other, maybe some Russian. At the bar/ restaurant, they simply ignored me knowing they could not communicate with me. I sat for 20-30 minutes waiting each time to catch their attention, to get a menu, drinks (that have been forgotten), they were not able to able to explain if they had any vegetarian meals. The bar and restaurant were always fully staffed, it never felt short staffed, but they chose to congregate around service area instead of looking out for customer needs. 4. Advertised swimming pool does not belong to the hotel, it is open to general public 'beach club' style with bars and club music. Hotel guests do not get discounted entrance fees. 5. Worn out and tired towels and beddings - clean but definitely not up to international standards of hotel quality No smiles, no hello's, misery and a general feel that the paying guests infringe on staff's grounds and chat time. I also have been overcharged for the room, and only I was able to challenge it providing an old email showing the quote. Verbal questioning did not work for them. The rufund was made in the end.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Traveled solo
jjoeriman wrote a review Aug 2016
Lviv, Ukraine67 contributions35 helpful votes
We stayed here for one evening as a bit of a weeked getaway. It's just far enough from the bustling center of Lviv to occupy a pretty good sized acreage of forest, but close enough (no more than 15 minutes from the center of town) to make a quick escape not seem so daunting. The grounds are pretty well kept and the playground areas are great for kids. We were also really pleased with the quality of food at the hotel's restaurant (including the all you can eat buffet-style breakfast, which while a bit low on variety impressed me for having steamed vegetables and "coddled eggs"). However, while the meandering walkways through the forest are well kept, our room seemed a bit neglected (chipped tiles in the bathroom, soap scum in shower, caulking coming off some tiled surfaces). The largest drawback however is rather curt, unfriendly hotel staff. After checking out, I stood waiting for the receptionist to say "good bye" or "hope to have you stay again," or really anything to indicate her continued acknowledgment of my existence and that all was in order after returning the room key. Instead after a minute or so of waiting I politely asked if anything else was needed, and she curtly responded "not unless you used the mini-bar" (we had already said we didn't.) Worse than the lack of any friendly parting or exhortations, was her unfriendly, rather caustic behavior when my 1.5 year old innocently took down some squash rackets from a stand in the lobby. Instead of "don't worry, we'll put it back," she simply said angrily "your child" while pointing, and then silently watched my wife struggle to figure out where the rackets had been placed and said nothing when I asked if we had put them back right. Immediately after we left, she walked over and moved them and placed the correctly - the whole exercise of making my wife awkwardly try to reposition the rackets seemed like nothing more than some rather mean-spirited "punishment." Her overall unhelpful, unfriendly, and actually haughty demeanor have no place in the hospitality industry, especially in a place that bills itself as 5* and has steep (by local standards) pricing.
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Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
Response from DrevnyGrad1990, Manager at Drevny Grad Hotel
Responded Aug 30, 2016
Hello, We appreciate your comments and will correct all drawbacks. With administrator held a conversation and said about her unprofessional behavior. Best regards, manager of booking department
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Malysh B wrote a review Jul 2016
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Worst experience ever: reception, kitchen, room service...everything. Most of the personnel are unfriendly and annoying. Loud music till 3-4 am. Unjustifiably expencive. Totally wouldn't recommend to stay here with family, especially if you're travelling with small children.
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Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Traveled on business
Natalia R wrote a review Jul 2016
5 contributions
Hotel has no clear positioning and tryes to earn money on everybody - putting at the same time business conference and weddings at the territory. As a guest, you can't sleep at night because of loud music from the swimming pool (which is not for free even for the quests). You can't be sure you will find place for the parking; another car could parked on your lawn at your cottage. Kitchen is bad and expensive; and you have to wait for waitress for hours; for the breakfast you easily gets what was left from yesterday's furshet; no standard continental breakfast provided. Rooms are not cleaned well; electric sockets are in very uncomfortable places; bad ventilation and smell in bathroom. Wif-fi connection is very weak and not everywhere at the territory. Avoid this place!
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Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Traveled on business
$53 - $94 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Drevny Grad Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Drevny Grad Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Museum of Folk Architecture and Life (4.4 miles), Lviv High Castle (5.0 miles), and Bandinelli Palace (4.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Drevny Grad Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Drevny Grad Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Drevny Grad Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Drevny Grad Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kavalier Restaurant, Defilyada, and Malynivka.
Are pets allowed at Drevny Grad Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Drevny Grad Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Bandinelli Palace (4.1 miles).
Is Drevny Grad Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.