Kamyanets-Podilsky hotels and hostels
This is a solid midrange choice with a wide range of rooms – from cupboard-size twins to deluxe apartments with their own kitchens. It's about 15 minutes' walk south of the new town.
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This vastly improved place in the new town impresses from the moment you walk into the air-conditioned, design-style lobby.
This crumbling edifice 400m beyond the Gala Hotel south of the new town centre is for now the only backpacker-friendly accommodation in Kamyanets-Podilsky. Rooms are clean but have saggy beds and share a tatty common bathroom.
The preferred lair of nouveau-riche businesspeople and politicians, it’s actually a great deal for what you get: plush towels and linens and four-star extras like fluffy white bath robes and fancy soaps.
This 30-room place south of the town centre is KP's version of a resort, with deck chairs arranged around a swimming pool outside.
This is an interesting option just 300m west of the fortress. With an irreverent castle-like design and tacky heart-shaped pillows in some rooms, they make a somewhat weak stab at romance. Still, it’s a good deal.
The town's only stable backpacker hostel belongs to the TIU group, meaning a good standard of facilities and fun staff – nights out in KP and barbecues at Khotyn are regular activities. Only 10 beds, so book ahead.
KP's plushest place to achieve REM is this spanking-new hotel, occupying a former Polish palace right in the thick of the old town.
The mammoth rooms, great location in a town house on Polish Market Sq and easy-going staff make this atmospheric, 14-room theme hotel worth the extra hryvna.