Hotel Rus

Address: 4 Hospitalna Street, Kiev, 01601, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Печерськ area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rus Kiev

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Kiev

    I want to Lviv not Die.

    A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Oct 21, 2014

    8 photos

    ... could stay in a double room but had to pay to upgrade, I said I would find another hostel. Five minutes later I was very aware that I had just carried my bag up 5 flights of stairs and just agreed to part with an extra 8 pounds. When dinner is £1.60 it helps. I have become a recluse. Not only are people not allowed to text or ring me, but I'm now in a room to myself so I haven't spoken to a single human unless I'm purchasing something or completely lost. Feels strange being in ...

    Kyiv - Independence Day

    A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 24, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... descended Andrew's descent. As Bata grew up in Mongolia under the soviet influence and learnt Russian in school, and listening to our guide today I realised even more what a rich culture there is in Eastern Europe. Poetry, music, children's stories, artists, sculptors and so on are not given much acknowledgement in the west. Maybe the Cyrillic alphabet has been a barrier to the west learning from east. So ended my experience of Independence Day ...

    You say Kiev, I say Kyiv. Perogie, Perohy.

    A travel blog entry by choyt1427 on Jul 21, 2013

    13 photos

    ... venue turned out to be more than a mile away. Much like Moscow, you have to walk through underground walkways and tunnels to get to the other side of their wide streets-Khreshchatyk was open to cars again Monday night. The final tunnel I had to walk through was actually a massive underground mall. You could easily get lost there. My event was held at the same venue as last year, the EducationUSA offices, and I got to see the same woman who helped me set up last ...

    Disembarkation Day

    A travel blog entry by peregrinations on May 14, 2012

    2 comments, 8 photos

    This is it. We are packed up and ready to depart. Some folks have already left the ship before breakfast in order to catch early flights. Not me!! That is definitely not my idea of how to end a vacation. That is one of the reasons that I pay the Custom Air fee, so that I can avoid pre-dawn departures.

    We had a nice breakfast with power plant engineer and his wife, Dan and Marilyn. They were also staying on ...

    Kiev

    A travel blog entry by manatwork on Jan 27, 2012

    4 photos

    ... I was surprised to see (at least) five Japanese restaurants on that street alone! I decided to try one. The host was a young man in an oversized coat as I approached him. Unlike New York where you have to wait to be seated, here in Kyiv you are free to seat anywhere. The menu was sushi and Italian pasta with a twist of Japanese flavor. I ordered a soup plate of green pasta noodles with sliced chicken, and yakitori. Unfortunately, the meal was not good ...