AddressProspekt Karla Marksa 20 DnepropetrovskSee nearby area
Lonely Planet review
Fans of Soviet-realist art need look no further than this museum-like hotel. The walls in the lobby and corridors are covered in brilliant paintings epitomising the best of the genre. While the service is outstanding, the rooms (which, curiously, bear Cézanne prints) are simply average. Breakfast in the Deja Vu restaurant downstairs is a highlight.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Academy and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Dnipropetrovsk.
Description provided by property
This hotel is located in the centre of Dnepropetrovsk, a 2-minute walk from the Saviour's Transfiguration Cathedral. A sauna, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception are featured at Hotel Academy.
The bright, air-conditioned rooms offer warm-coloured interiors and classic-style décor. Each room comes complete with a flat-screen TV, a minibar and a private bathroom with bathrobes and a hairdryer.
The on-site restaurant serves Ukrainian cuisine, and a variety of drinks is available at the bar.
The Potyomkina Palace and the Shevchenko Park are 800 metres from the hotel.
Istoricheskiy Muzey bus stop is only 20 metres from Hotel Academy. Dnepropetrovsk Central Train Station is 4 km away, and Dnepropetrovsk Airport is 12 km from the hotel.
Please note that the hotel will contact you directly regarding the pre-payment of your reservation, pre-payment should be done in 5 days after booking was made. Hotel reserve the rights to cancel your reservation in case of deposit will not be transferred.
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