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Undoubtedly the Best Hotel in Kiev

tgt11Today’s secret hotel takes us to Kiev! It has around 200 rooms, 25 suited and a gorgeous view over the Old City of Kiev. People are raving about the view all over the Internet and the hotel itself has earned many awards for its great design and services.

It also has a fitness center, a swimming pool, whirlpool baths and a spa. With 24-hour concierge services, you’ve got everything you need at your fingertips, whenever you need or want it. The hotel also features a 1,000 square meter meeting space, 8 meeting rooms, a business center, three board rooms and a ballroom for weddings that can accommodate up to 200 guests.

The business center has a state-of-the-art equipment, high-speed Internet access, translation services and also secretarial support. If you’re in Kiev for business, this is the hotel you need to stay at! Its hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 8am to 10pm and it is closed on Saturdays and Sundays. You need to know that if an emergency arises and you need to use the business center, then the front office staff will be glad to assist you.

Pets are welcome here, so bring your dog with you when visiting the lovely city of Kiev! The hotel offers dry-cleaning services and laundry services, baby-sitting on request and there is a currency exchange and ATM machine right inside the hotel, for no-fuss transactions. If you need to be picked-up from the airport, just call the hotel and they’ll be right on it!

In the Local Area

The hotel really is a gem at the center of Kiev. It is ideally located for anyone who wants to experience the local atmosphere of the place. The Old Town will beckon you to visit it and the Kiev’s main street, the Khreshchatyk Street is the perfect place to do all your shopping.

The street is a mere 1.2 km and it stretches from the European Square to the Bessarabska Square where you can find the Besarabsky Market. This street is not only filled with luxury shops, but also with important administrative buildings, such as the Kiev City Administration, the Main Post Office, the State Committee of Television and the Ukrainian House. This street was completely destroyed during World War II by Red Army troops and it was rebuilt shortly after the war ended. One last thing you might be interested in knowing: the Khreshchatyk street is in Top 20 Europe’s most expensive shopping streets.

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