Hotels in Lutsk

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Lutsk, Ukraine
28 May — 29 May2
Lutsk, Ukraine
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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Lutsk:£33/night
Cheapest price found:£11/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Monday
£21 - £45
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£16 - £51
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Hotel prices in Lutsk

2 stars and under
No. 1 most popular

Zolota Pidkova

Dachne Village Ivana Franka Street 53, Lutsk, Ukraine

8.5. Excellent
£17

Avg. per night

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No. 2 most popular

Power House Hotel

Zvyazkivciv Street 1, Lutsk, Ukraine

6.0. Good
£12

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About Lutsk

Dating back to the 11th century, Lutsk has a storied history that has seen the construction of numerous medieval castles, sacred cathedrals and centuries-old monasteries. Parts of Lutsk are protected as National Treasures, including the historic centre, which sits alongside the Styr River and offers monuments, museums and atmospheric restaurants.

Things to do

Don’t visit Lutsk without seeing the mid-14th-century Lubart's Castle, which showcases medieval architecture and history within its three walled towers. Within the fortification you can visit the Art Museum, which is home to original paintings by famous Ukraine artists. Afterwards, wander across to the Museum of Books to see ancient transcripts before seeing old torture devices at the Museum of Torture.

The Central Park of Culture and Rest sits a short walk from the castle and treats you to a scenic expanse of sprawling lawns and seasonal gardens by the river. If you’ve got kids with you, take them to the Rope Park so they can climb and play on high and low ropes courses. Alternatively, let them run wild on the play structures at the Madahaskar playground.

Interested in getting up close with wildlife? Visit the Lutsk Zoo to see a wealth of exotic birds in the aviary, along with deer, tigers, lions, camels and guinea pigs. Nature lovers will also enjoy the nearby Lutsk Botanical Garden, which features seasonal flower displays that can be admired during a miniature train ride.

Don’t forget to admire Lutsk’s iconic structures, including the prominent Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral and unique House with Chimeras. Learn more about war history at the Museum of Ukrainian Troops and Military Equipment, which boasts old military vehicles and aircraft.

Getting around

Lutsk is serviced by regular buses and train services from neighbouring cities, which stop at the Lutsk Bus Station or Lutsk Train Station. You can walk around certain parts of Lutsk or use taxis and public buses for longer distances.

Lutsk travel FAQs

Dating back to the 11th century, Lutsk has a storied history that has seen the construction of numerous medieval castles, sacred cathedrals and centuries-old monasteries. Parts of Lutsk are protected as National Treasures, including the historic centre, which sits alongside the Styr River and offers monuments, museums and atmospheric restaurants.

Things to do in Lutsk

Don’t visit Lutsk without seeing the mid-14th-century Lubart's Castle, which showcases medieval architecture and history within its three walled towers. Within the fortification you can visit the Art Museum, which is home to original paintings by famous Ukraine artists. Afterwards, wander across to the Museum of Books to see ancient transcripts before seeing old torture devices at the Museum of Torture.

The Central Park of Culture and Rest sits a short walk from the castle and treats you to a scenic expanse of sprawling lawns and seasonal gardens by the river. If you’ve got kids with you, take them to the Rope Park so they can climb and play on high and low ropes courses. Alternatively, let them run wild on the play structures at the Madahaskar playground.

Interested in getting up close with wildlife? Visit the Lutsk Zoo to see a wealth of exotic birds in the aviary, along with deer, tigers, lions, camels and guinea pigs. Nature lovers will also enjoy the nearby Lutsk Botanical Garden, which features seasonal flower displays that can be admired during a miniature train ride.

Don’t forget to admire Lutsk’s iconic structures, including the prominent Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral and unique House with Chimeras. Learn more about war history at the Museum of Ukrainian Troops and Military Equipment, which boasts old military vehicles and aircraft.

Getting around Lutsk

Lutsk is serviced by regular buses and train services from neighbouring cities, which stop at the Lutsk Bus Station or Lutsk Train Station. You can walk around certain parts of Lutsk or use taxis and public buses for longer distances.

  • What are the best hotels in Lutsk?

    One of the most popular hotels in Lutsk is Prima, which has been reviewed by 52 users and currently has a rating of 9.1/10. Other top-rated locations include Hotel Complex Ukraine and Sribni Leleky Recreation Complex, which have received 8.6/10 and 9.2/10 ratings from our users, respectively.