Hostel Leosphere building was built in 1909 by architect Volodymyr Podgorodetsky for famous banker Edward Landau. Sculptor Peter Viytovych installed on the facade six sculptures, which symbolise war, peace, science, art, labour, and trade. Now the building is recognised as an architectural monument. Hostel has interior and ambience reminiscent of the old city. Authentic windows, doors, stove, parquet remind about Austrian and Polish times of Lviv. Nevertheless, we provide kitchen appliances, modern comfortable furniture, and lockers. Each room has a balcony. Each bed in a sleeping room equipped with a lamp and socket. Our friendly staff will try to make your stay in Lviv memorable and comfortable. We provide following facilities: Kitchen with appliances, Refrigerator, Microwave oven, Electric kettle, Gas stove, Oven, Dishes and cutlery, SMART TV, Free coffee and tea, Free WiFi, Clothes iron, Hairdryer, Washer, Three, toilets, Lockers, Daily room cleaning, 24 hour reception, Slippers, bed linen, towel, Up to 46 guest in four rooms. Each bed equipped with an individual socket. A lower bed additionally equipped with a lamp. Each locker has a socket. If needed, guests are permitted to leave their belongings in the hostel before check-in or after check-out. Lviv was founded as a fort in the mid-13th century by Danylo Halytsky and was named after his son Lev, which means lion. The lion is the historic symbol of the city. For centuries it has been the Western Ukraine’s main city. Lviv’s main street is Freedom Avenue. It runs from Mitskevych Square to the Ivan Franko Opera and Ballet Theatre. Also in Freedom Avenue you can see the National Museum which used to be the Lenin Museum. In the middle of the avenue there is a statue of Ukrainian national poet, Taras Shevchenko, and there are always a lot of flowers at its feet. The Museum of Ethnography, Arts and Crafts, with a statue of Liberty in front, demonstrates furniture and porcelain. Each room presents a different era. Opposite Lviv University there is a monument to the Ukrainian poet Ivan Franko. Hostel Leosphere Policies and Conditions: Check in from 12:00 to 23:00 . Check out before 11:00 . Cancellation policy: 24h before arrival. Payment upon arrival by cash. Taxes included. Breakfast not included. General: No curfew. We allow free early check-in, if it does not create overlap with other guests. Information for groups: if total group size is bigger than hostel capacity, there is a possibility to add additional six places for sleeping.
- 24 hours Front Desk Service
- Shared Bathroom