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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ukraine Kiev
It's not the building or it's contents that make a hotel, it's the staff. And what I've seen of this place so far it only warrants two stars at best. The nicest member of staff I've met so far has been the car park attendant, sadly all the good work he has done has been badly let down by the attitude of the front desk staff.
I won't be using this place again. For the kind of money you have to spend to stay here there are plenty of other options. I would use those If I were you
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Planned nothing today, I wanted a day away from the bike and a day doing nothing really. I had a lie in till the room phone started ringing dead on midday It was someone enquiring in Ukrainian whether I was checking out...nice of them to ask but they were a day early.....
So i got up and bummed around for a while, had some breakfast then …
The reason I'm in Kyiv is for this trip to Chernobyl. I was here two years ago but the government had stopped the trips temporarily so off we go. Up at 7.30 for the 8.30 departure so headed of to the meet up point, it was only five minutes away so I was there bang on time. That was handy as when I got there I found out my name wasn't on the list …
Got up this morning to the first day of rain on this trip and boy was it chucking it down, checkout was at 12 so I had breakfast then went back to bed......Got up again at 11 and it had stopped!!
So headed off to Kiev. Got here without any problems and checked in the "Hotel Ukraine" smack bang in the middle of town. It's 4 star so I'm treating …
... walking around those, also taking in a little nap by lake Herastrau, a large lake located in one of the parks. By mid evening it was time to take our train to Chisinau, the capital of Moldova. Very tired, we booked a first class 2-berth cabin for 200 Lei (£35) for the 13 hour journey. Moldova is Europe's poorest country having no real major industry and having less economic support from Russia since the fall of the Soviet Union. They do however make ...
... to pocket watches.
I finally made it to Kreshchatyk Street, which leads into Independence Square. Independence Square is a large square in the middle of the city with a number of monuments. It’s been used for political demonstrations in the past and will broadcast the Euro 2012 games. Kreshchatyk Street is wide and is closed to cars on the weekends and will be closed off for the entire time of the Euro 2012. There was a ...