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The 10 Best Hotels in Odessa, Ukraine

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Updated: 7 December 2017

Odessa is a city on the Black Sea, famous for its incredible entertainment spots, welcoming venues and cordial ambience. To make your holidays or business trip even more perfect, you should know where to stay. Below are 10 hotels in Odessa that have the best service, excellent cuisine and all the most-important amenities.

Portofino Hotel Beach Resort

Hotel Portofino is located in the heart of the resort and entertainment area of Odessa: Arcadia. It is perfect for those who love to swim in the sea, have fun at beach parties, but stay comfortable. At Hotel Portofino, you can sunbathe, swim in the pool or the Black Sea and dine in the restaurant, all without leaving the territory of the hotel. A distinctive feature of the Portofino is its panoramic windows in almost every room.

Bristol Hotel

Five-star hotel Bristol can be considered a calling card of Odessa and, in addition, an outstanding architectural monument of the late 19th century. It is located opposite the Odessa Philharmonic Theatre, just a few minutes walk from Derybasivska street (the main street of the city). It also has an excellent restaurant of the same name, a spacious lobby, a summer terrace and a banquet hall.

Hotel de Paris Odessa – MGallery by Sofitel

This hotel’s spacious rooms with stunning views of the central square or the inner courtyard are well-suited for business trips, as well as romantic Odessa vacations and family vacations. Here you can get away from the daily bustle of the big city, relax and enjoy yourself.

Frederic Koklen Boutique Hotel

Frederic Koklen is one of the oldest hotels in Odessa. The four-storey building was constructed in 1852 for one of the city’s most illustrious families: the Koklens. During it’s 165-year history, the Frederic Koklen has seen many famous musicians, architects and writers pass through its doors. Situated near the Potemkin Stairs (a great architectural monument in Odessa), the hotel is ideal for sightseeing. Each room is unique in its design, and some even boast chandeliers. The hotel has car and bike rental services so you can explore the city and its surroundings as conveniently as possible.

Hotel Gagarinn

Hotel Gagarinn is a modern building with exquisite interiors and well-equipped rooms. It is suitable for business trips, with nine on-site meeting rooms and translation services available. There is also a fine restaurant with Ukrainian and European cuisine. The hotel is located in Arcadia, one of the most exciting areas of the city, and is within walking distance to the Odessa beaches, as well as numerous cafés, restaurants and nightclubs.

Palace Del Mar

A posh five-star hotel is on the Black Sea coast, 4.3 miles (7 km) away from the touristic centre of Odessa. There is plenty of evening entertainment nearby, with clubs such as Ithaka and Ibiza (the legendary platform for wild parties and concerts in Odessa) open long into the night. In addition to luxurious comfortable rooms, the Palace Del Mar offers an Italian-style restaurant called Le Caprice, plus an excellent terrace with a swimming pool.

Nemo Resort & Spa Hotel with Dolphins

The key feature of the Nemo Resort is the possibility to visit the dolphinarium and the aquarium and experience live communication with dolphins. It is located in the historic district of the city, right on the beach promenade called Lanzheron. In addition, the complex includes a fitness club with a saltwater pool, a spa area, a beauty salon, a conference room, a cinema, a beach complex and two large terraces.

M1 Club Hotel

This five-star hotel is within easy reach of most tourist attractions such as Shevchenko Park and the Central Stadium Chernomorets. The highlight of the hotel is panoramic glazing and terrace in each room. On the sixth floor of the hotel, you’ll find the P1 Prosecco Bar – one of the best bars in Odessa.

Odesskiy Dvorik

Odesskiy Dvorik is a modern, inexpensive hotel with 54 rooms located near the banks of the Black Sea. The hotel is close to the Shevchenko and it is just a five-minute walk to the Lanzheron beach (one of the largest beaches in Odessa). The jazz restaurant named Jazi Basi with a summer terrace and live jazz music is a special feature of the Odesskiy Dvorik.

Panorama De Luxe

The fabulous sea-side location of this hotel, along with its proximity to the city centre (1.8 miles (3 km)), the luxurious sea-view rooms and cosy outdoor pool will make any stay unforgettable. The restaurant serves delightful seafood dishes as well as local, Ukrainian masterpieces. Panorama De Luxe is perfect for both business visits and leisure.