Lemberg is the seventh largest city in Ukraine. It is presently enjoying an economic upturn as a result of its newly developed Technology Centre. From your Lemberg hotel, you can also access the brilliant facilities of the nearby Lemberg Business Centre. The Business Centre is home to numerous conferences and forums, attracting executives from across the region and even internationally. The excellent value offered throughout the city is another reason why business travellers are drawn here.
What is special about Lemberg?
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lemberg is the European watershed. You may even be able to see the hill that marks the border from your hotel in Lemburg. The river Poltwas lies underground, flowing beneath the city and into the Baltic Sea. Due to the multitude of languages spoken in the city, there are several permutations of its name; the other main appellation is Lviv. The city has been an important bastion in many wars, including the World Wars but also dating back to the Austro-Hungarian empire and beyond.
Why should I do business in Lemberg?
Your Lemberg hotel is situated within a major Ukrainian tech hub. It is home to the Lemberg Tech Business School, which offers courses, seminars and lectures on new tech, the IT service business, market tech and venture business. Research conducted at the business school makes the local tech business environment particularly dynamic. SoftServe, the largest Ukranian tech company, has its headquarters in Lemberg. The Lemberg Business Centre is a well-appointed location for year-round business conferences and forums. Over eighty meeting rooms, some of with a capacity of 2000 guests, can be found across the city.
What else can I do from my Lemberg hotel?
Regular religious holidays take place throughout the year and are accompanied by special food and impressive processions through the city. The city's gamut of spectacular churches date back to the Middle Ages, for example the Armenian Mary's Cathedral. Cultural visits near your Lemberg hotel include the Ethnography Museum, Museum of Religious History, Beer Museum and Military Museum. There are two palaces to visit, Kornjakt and Bandinelli, as well as the ruins of High Schlossberg, the castle of Prince Daniel of Galicia. If all that hasn't exhausted your verve for local culture, you can also take a break at the city's art gallery.