The history of Wien hotel and Viennese coffee house started in 1829. At that time the hotel served by renting guest rooms where famous people stayed.
After World War I Wien hotel, together with Viennese coffee house almost lost their names, because of the local patriots’ desire to erase all traces of the Austrian rule. Historian Cholovsky, who always stood in defense of the Lviv traditions helped to save this name. Moreover, Viennese cafes and hotels that existed in Central Europe became a kind of pride of the city.
Among the “Vienna” clientele were the brightest figures of contemporary city. Mykhaylo Hrushevsky, General Tarnavskyi, Stanislav Lyudkevych, ethnographers Volodymyr Okhrymovych and Volodymyr Gnatyuk and even famous writer Ivan Franko, who did not like “pubs and restaurants” often visited “Vienna” for a cup of coffee and daily press.
Opened after reconstruction in autumn 2005, Wien hotel gained commitment and dedication of its regular visitors, as well as good advice for future visitors. Located in the very heart of Lviv, on the main street of the city, the hotel just outside most popular places: the monument to prominent Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko, famous Opera House, and the Old Market Square.
A small family hotel, combines a high level of service and a loyal pricing policy. Here you will feel exquisite Austrian atmosphere and Ukrainian hospitality in the best located historical site.
Staying at Wien hotel you will have the exclusive opportunity to keep abreast of business and cultural life of the city, and in the evening - relax over a delicious meal and a cup of coffee in the Viennese coffee house, enjoying the music of Austro-Hungarian epoch.