Podol Plaza

Konstantinovskaya str, 7, Kiev, 04071, Ukraine | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Поділ area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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    Travel Blogs from Kiev

    Kyiv - Flag Raising Day

    A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 23, 2014

    4 comments, 9 photos

    At 05:00 we were awoken by the provodnitsa to warn us the the toilets would be closing in 20 minutes and would remain closed for the duration of the boarder crossing procedures - so it now or maybe never. Once that delight was over I went back to bed to wait for the crossing. It was much the same as leaving Russia only this time I answered the questions sitting in bed. I knew the process was serious but my mind kept wandering but the fact that the woman in military uniform ( assisted by ...

    Kharkiv to Kiev

    A travel blog entry by car2pekingparis on Jun 20, 2013

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    ... crew, contacted H.R.
    Owen, who immediately undertook to rush out a gasket to Kiev. So there is hope
    the Bentley can be rescued, given tomorrow is a day off.

    The second car to hit difficulty was the Jaguar XK150 from Poland of Tadeusz
    Wesolowski, which went out today with a blown clutch – spares are now on their
    way, and the crew are confident they can spend the day off tomorrow getting the
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    Painting the town "Red" in Kiev

    A travel blog entry by sranmal on Nov 18, 2012

    20 photos

    ... a hole in the ceiling to another windowless single-bedded room. Oh, there was a fan though, so I could circulate the stale air and **** smell around the room. The hostel owner Robert was originally from Norway and ex-Forces, and as I'd soon discover, had a tendency to rant and rave. Maybe my room was part of an experiment he was conducting to turn all the rooms into prison-style accommodation, although prison cells would be preferable because they'd have a window, ...

    Off to Donetsk!!

    A travel blog entry by orysiukadoption on Jul 31, 2012

    4 photos

    ... for money, which reminds Marco of his own past. Marco has a special place in his heart for all these Baba’s and Gido’s, and gave each of them some of his own money. He understands why they are poor and knows that they may have a little grandchild at home that is hungry.

    Sunday, July 29

    Marco wasn’t feeling well today, so we stayed mainly at the apartment. He is not used ...

    No plans, no problems

    A travel blog entry by lklassen on Jul 01, 2012

    5 photos

    ... his sarcasm took a bit of getting used to (how many foreigners do you know that use excessive sarcasm when speaking in their second or third language?), but he was more helpful than any other hostel owner or employee I've met. My Canadian friend and I headed down to Kiev's Fan Zone for a while, and the buzz was like nothing else. Here was a city that was truly excited to host such an important football match, and they had done a great job to get the fans in the same mindset. ...