Bristol Hotel

Address: 10 Roosevelt Street, Yalta, Crimean Peninsula, 298600, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 10 Roosevelt Street, Yalta.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Bristol Hotel Yalta

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Yalta

          Day 1: Bakhchisaray, Chufut Kale, group of three

          A travel blog entry by qbcle on Oct 05, 2015

          43 photos

          ... up the hill, but it worthed it. We learned a lot of useful info from the local guide. We saw the ruins of some old houses, 2 Kenasas which served as synagogues to Karaim jewish people, muslim houses, ancient tree brought from Mekka. The view is fantastic from the hill. In the basement of some jewish richman's house there is a beautiful acoustic room which was used as refrigerator, the sound is fantastic. We saw a ...

          We had good reason to fear the USSR!

          A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 31, 2013

          10 photos

          ... gt;Svetlana:</b> Late 20's excellent English. Lives with Alena (mum) and "Granny" in 2 room (not 2 bedroom) flat in Yalta (shares room with Granny)........., this really highlights the over blown, lazy want it all now attitude of the English. She has worked her way through University speaks better English that most people I deal with and cannot break free. Tour guides here earn about 200-300 USD  per month. The 3rd floor apartment was built ...

          Palaces and Caves and Lost Luggage

          A travel blog entry by trent on Aug 10, 2012

          23 photos

          ... an over 500 year old palace, museum, mosque, and burial ground. Apparently it's so nice that if you have a wedding in the area, you simply must go to the Palace for a photo shoot!

          Then after lunch, we drove to the old cave cities. First we visited Uspensky Cave Monastery, an 8th century Orthodox Monastery still used today. It was built into the cliffside and has amazing cave paintings and carvings. We continued on and hiked up to ...

          Traveling with a Communist

          A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Oct 31, 2009

          5 photos

          ... His father had fought under Stalin and been in the army when their only rations were the “sawdust bread”. This was bread made of sawdust, a tiny bit of flour, and water to mix it all together and keep it in one piece. No nutritional value at all and that was all they got on a daily basis so his father lost his teeth and his hair during that campaign. When my guide argued with his father about Stalin, his father ...


          A travel blog entry by rebecca.mcneal on Nov 12, 2008

          1 comment, 10 photos

          ... t interest me. I may look back and be sorry.

          Sevastopol is a beautiful multi-sided harbor, home to the Russian Black Sea Fleet. It has many famous monuments and historical markers attesting to the Crimean War and the "charge of the light brigade". Many Russian movies are filmed in this harbor and the sites are recognizable. The fleet was adorned with colorful flags - without Russian ...