Re: [Cz-L] Hotel suggestions for Czernowitz

From: Zev Cohen <>
Date: Sat, 19 Jul 2008 12:17:12 +0300
To: David Tabak <>
Reply-to: Zev Cohen <>


We just returned from Cz. having stayed at the Cheremosh, a communist
era relic. It is adequate if you reserve a superior room om the 5th
floor. Breakfast is included in the rate, but leaves much to be
desired. It does not have air conditioning and there are fans in the
rooms (some days were very hot). The center of town can easily and
quickly be reached by taxi. On one occasion we walked all the way from
the hotel to the central square - it is not a short walk.
We had a peek at the Bukowina which has been renovated, has air
conditioning in the lobby and in some superior rooms. Overall it looks
in better shape than the Cheremosh.
Then there is the 12 room Magnat Lux which we did not visit. We've
heard that it is in very good shape with modern conveniences. It does
not offer on site breakfast.
All these hotels have web sites with more details.
We reserved the Cheremosh by email and everything went smoothly.

Best regards,

Zev Cohen

On 7/18/08, David Tabak <> wrote:
> We will be travelling to Czernowitz in April. I would be grateful if those
> who have been there would recommend a hotel in the center of the city.
> Many thanks,
> David Tabak
> Chicago, IL

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