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As the name suggests, this top choice epitomises European luxury, with elegant furnishings and a calm, light-filled interior lurking behind its refurbished neoclassical façade...
Sunflower B&B Hotel
The name is an oxymoron – it's more B&B than hotel – but we're not complaining. The highlight is the continental breakfast (with a warm pastry) delivered to your room, on request, by English-speaking staff...
Azania Suites Hotel
When you enter your suite in this extraordinary boutique hotel, you might feel you are dreaming already, your body swallowed by one of the California king beds...
This former Intourist monolith was closed for major reconstruction, but might be worth checking out when it reopens. It’s one block north of maydan Nezalezhnosti.
Conveniently located between the lake and the Dominican Church, the Ternopil is a renovated former Intourist wedge that now leaves its sister hotel across the water to specialise in shabbiness...
These 27 European-style rooms are as sweet as can be and are great value, especially the singles, which are on the top floor (no lift) and have skylights and sloping ceilings. As Uzhhorod's best deal it's popular, so book ahead if you can.
Fusing Crimea and Spain, this centrally located, friendly and well-run hotel is justifiably popular, so book ahead. The sole windowless 'economy' single goes for just 150uah, but without air-con it's uncomfortable in summer. Breakfast not included.
We'd like to see more space in the singles in this relatively new (2006) property, but it is elegantly furnished and the location is better than that of its only competitor in this class, the Cosmopolit.
This is a last-ditch resort out by Holosiyvsky Park, the cheapest rooms are non-renovated and lack air-con. Service is professional.
This Stalin-era giant presiding over maydan Nezalezhnosti offers the best view of future revolutions, orange or otherwise. All rooms have air-con to protect you from natural and political heat.
Domus Hotel 1
Little boutique Domus is a good choice if the idea of staying in the quaint, historic Podil area appeals to you. Staff are attentive and professional, giving the place a personal touch...
This grand Soviet lady on pl Evropeiska keeps shedding her skin, undergoing renovations that keep shucking off the old tacky stuff and installing classic Western-style low-level elegance...
Noise wafts in from vul Derybasivska in summer, but don’t complain: the location on said street is exactly what you’re paying for. Take away that location and you’re left with an overpriced hotel...
Riviera Boutique Hotel
Top-end boutique hotels are popping up all over Kyiv’s Podil district. The latest and greatest is the intimate, attractive but overpriced Hotel Riviera.
Continental Business Hotel
If you're a businessperson arriving in Odesa on expenses, this smart hotel in a pretty much perfect location is probably where you'll be staying. The stylish rooms have high ceilings, exquisite oak desks, and plenty of unused space...
Black Sea Panteleymonovskaya
Although in a slightly dodgy area, this hotel stretches your hryvnya a long way at the midrange level. While the décor is hit or miss, the generous size of the rooms, professional service and overall modernity of this 100-room high-rise make up for it...
With attractive, pastel-hued rooms featuring minimalist décor and fine-textured carpets and a wonderful swimming pool, this definitely qualifies as a good deal for Odesa...
Star Premier Hotel
This yellow neoclassical building, in Mukacheve's attractive central pedestrian zone, has rug-lined, flagstaff halls and dark wooden doors leading to spotless rooms with minibar and international satellite TV.
Premier Palace Hotel
It's all about the glory of fine marble and the decadence of brocaded upholstery in this world class five-star hotel. Rooms are smallish for the elevated prices, but service is as hoity-toity as it gets...
On a well-trafficked but beautiful avenue - just one block from the truly hectic riverside street - the small, carefully remodelled Impressa has a grand, nostalgic look and ambience that are reminiscent of New Orleans' French Quarter...
Midrange corporate-orientated establishment with prime location.
Seasoned travellers to Lviv will be saddened to learn that the George is renovating and has lost its elusive 'Soviet chic' vibe...