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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... and purposes, men have ruined that piece of the Earth forever.
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