Jul 23, 2019 - Jul 24, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Where to stay in Kiev
Kiev, Ukraine’s capital and largest city, is among Eastern Europe’s prime tourist destinations and is known for the Dnipro River, religious architecture, monuments and historic museums.
As well as an interesting past, Kiev is a present day testament to modern day living with Western-style shopping malls, high-end brands and popular nightclubs. The popular Podil district offers superb views of the Dnipro as well as close proximity to the Golden Gates and St Sophia Cathedral, both of which date back to the 11th century.
Kiev's underground metro operation is one of the cleanest, safest and cheapest in Europe, although it doesn't operate 24 hours a day. The city's popular bus services link in with the metro, while train, funicular, tram, trolley and speed tram services are also available to get you around this bustling city. Renting a car in Kiev is also an option.
Hotels in Kiev
For those looking for a luxury experience, the Fairmont Grand is one of the finest hotels in the city offering an atmosphere of true elegance, luxurious accommodation and attentive service. Guests are also treated to a spa and fitness center, featuring the latest in exercise equipment, as well as steam bath and sauna facilities.
The less expensive option of the Hotel Bontiak, a private mini-hotel, will have you staying in the city center just a short stroll from the capital's main street Kreschatik. The hotel is also very close to St. Sophia's Cathedral and Golden Gate, while museums, theaters and art galleries are all within the neighborhood. A four-star choice at an affordable price, the Hotel Bontiak offers complimentary WIFI and fully air-conditioned rooms with the latest amenities.
For budget travelers, the Theater Boutique Apart-Hotel offers air-conditioned apartments in the heart of the city just two minutes from the main street of Kreschatik and the Teatral'na metro station. The hotel also offers guests an airport shuttle service and a pick-up service from the national and international airports as well as the railway station.
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Used to live here, but would travel there again in a heartbeat! You can’t beat the bar scene, history, sights, and dirt cheap prices. Easy to walk to most places, but there is also uber and uklon. Ride the metro if you’re feeling adventurous.
Kiev is know for its street art and murals. You can find it in every street corners. Ukrainians would like their street art scene to be known to the world.
I was simply intrigued by this city. Wide clean avenues, well kept gold-domed churches, pleasant parks with statues and architecture like no other.
The capital of Ukraine is a beautiful city, especially in May, when chestnut trees are blooming. There are lots of places of interest such as museums, parks, religious places, etc.