Hotel Ukraine

Address: 4 Institutska Street, Kiev, 01001, Ukraine | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Шевченка area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ukraine Kiev

          Reviewed by jcontheroad

          It isn't worth 4 stars

          Reviewed Jul 27, 2013
          by (7 reviews) Bromley , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          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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          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ukraine Kiev

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Kiev


          A travel blog entry by marymc21 on Aug 20, 2016

          48 photos

          At this point I had been awake for quite a while, and on touch down in Ukraine, I still had a WHOLE DAY ahead. Yippee!!

          Borispol airport went by in a haze. I got my bag, fortunately, and I remember nothing about the rest of the airport except coming through the arrivals doors and looking for a sign with my name on it - because I had booked …

          Familiar Ground & More!

          A travel blog entry by gizenadoption on Oct 23, 2015

          ... our way to Zhadachiw where we met up with Roman and Ruslan (director of Roman’s orphanage). It was a great reunion of many hugs; we couldn’t stop smiling all day long. After a long day of meeting & drinking (after all) with directors & officials, then getting documents notarized, we headed for Bortniky and the orphanage where Roman stayed.

          More on "Miles Jesu Ukrainian Boys' Home" in Bortniky - next blog!


          Last day in Minsk

          A travel blog entry by altlast on Apr 15, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... map showed a Ferris wheel which was right ahead of us. Well she just hung around with me, and we went to the market. She got some Belarusian cheese. We had lunch. She the wanted to go to a park. I had been there before. I luckily was really good with the map even though my map was transliterated into English and not completely. So for example the Belarusian may say Mashova street. My map would say Mashov street. I got us to ...

          Free parking

          A travel blog entry by peyton on Apr 21, 2012

          26 photos

          ... over their hair before entering the cathedral. Outside, across the street from St. Sophia Square, two old women are begging, holding paper Coca-Cola cups out to the passing crowd. My dinner at the hotel is a cold eggplant, tomato and mozzarella timbale, mashed potatoes and the breast of a duck, who might have spent his career in the ring, in a balsamic reduction, followed by a Frenet Branca. The duck takes the third round in a knockout and I waddle off to ...

          The Orange Revolution!

          A travel blog entry by aborder on Sep 13, 2011

          1 comment, 18 photos

          ... that does not like speaking Russian, but speak Ukranian, neither language I know. I am a typical British tourist, I point and grunt and I feel embarrassed. The food was great. I also found a supermarket and stocked up on some noodles, soup and bread. Leaving the supermarket, I spot a Marks and Spencers. I know they do great food but totally surprised to see them in the Ukraine.

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          Hotel Ukraine at Night
          Kiev, Ukraine