The Best Hotels in Odessa, Ukraine
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Ukraine’s third-largest city, Odessa is famed for its incredible entertainment spots and 19th-century architecture, plus it’s one of the gateways to the Black Sea. Explore everything from a vibrant clubbing scene to historical sites – including Privoz Market, one of the oldest and largest markets in Europe, and the architecturally staggering Potemkin Stairs. To discover all Odessa has to offer, check into one of these conveniently located hotels.
UNO Design Hotel
Hotel, Boutique Hotel
4.4/5 (186 Reviews)
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UNO Design Hotel was the trailblazer for design hotels in Odessa – an incredible renovation project led by Italian designer Nunzio Da Via set the standard here. His choice of furnishings includes metropolitan features such as marble sideboards, glass lamps and crystal tables, which act as a cheeky nod to the architecture found in the city’s National Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. Treat yourself to an intimate, sophisticated room with sublime views over the shimmering water. This is truly a pearl by the Black Sea.
Continental Business Hotel
4.4/5 (263 Reviews)
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Located near the seafront and yet still in the centre of Odessa, the Continental Business Hotel has been a stalwart accommodation option for decades. Top hospitality, customer service and a warm welcome are all part of the experience here. There are 55 rooms spread across two buildings and all have classical interiors. For a spot of post-travel pampering, head to the VIP Spa. Amenities include treatment rooms, a Russian bath, a hammam and a jacuzzi – one of the massages even makes use of local honey.
4.6/5 (178 Reviews)
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An architectural masterpiece designed by Franz Frapolli, this hotel is on Deribasovskaya Street, the central pedestrian thoroughfare in Odessa. The secure complex contains a variety of room choices, including an exclusive luxury apartment in the courtyard. Seafood enthusiasts will drool over the restaurant menu – try the crab and lobster dishes for a true culinary taste of the Ukrainian Black Sea. You won’t have time to get bored here – the Frapolli Hotel’s sauna is open 24 hours a day.
Portofino Hotel Beach Resort
Boutique Hotel, Resort
3.9/5 (50 Reviews)
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With dreamy views and a stylish ambience, the Portofino Hotel Beach Resort lends itself to romance – couples will love the private luxury suites and the chance to dine on the Belle Vue terrace. The hotel is equally suitable for those who want to swim, party in the vibrant Arcadia neighbourhood and still find enough time to sleep. There is an outdoor swimming pool and direct beach access. For those travelling with children, there is a well-equipped playground and a babysitting service.
4.5/5 (233 Reviews)
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The five-star Bristol is a must-see in Odessa – in addition to offering exceptional accommodation, it’s an outstanding architectural monument of the late 19th century. It’s located opposite the Odessa Philharmonic Theatre, just a few minutes walk from Deribasovskaya Street, the main street in town. 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
4.5/5 (47 Reviews)
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The Hotel de Paris is a homely abode that manages to perfect a concoction of French allure and the Black Sea spirit in Ukraine’s coolest coastal city. Le Bar serves tea, coffee and delicious cake by day. By night, watch it transform into a social hub for the fashionable elite, where guests sip a cocktail or a craft beer as they mingle and listen to live music. Flowers adorn the pretty indoor courtyard, which is a fine place to chill or read and watch the world go by.
Frederic Koklen Boutique Hotel
4.7/5 (99 Reviews)
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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 its long history, the hotel 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 easily.
Bed and Breakfast, Business Hotel
4/5 (170 Reviews)
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For business travellers, Gagarinn scores top marks – it’s focused on corporate hospitality, with nine on-site meeting rooms plus translation services available. While perfect for business visits, it also lends itself to leisure trips with a prime location in the Arcadia neighbourhood. This is one of the most exciting areas of the city, and within walking distance to the Odessa beaches – as well as numerous cafes, restaurants and nightclubs. The rooms have a fresh and modern feel, while the on-site restaurant offers a range of cuisine, from Ukranian to Asian.
Palace Del Mar
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Up your holiday game with a stay at this charming five-star hotel, which is on the shores of the Black Sea coast. The grand yellow building houses 29 rooms, with the penthouses decked out with magnificent terraces. The interiors are modern with touches of old-school grandeur. Other perks include a delicious breakfast buffet, gym access, an outdoor heated swimming pool and free parking. Make time to dine at the on-site Italian restaurant, where chefs make mouthwatering pasta from scratch.
Nemo Hotel Resort & Spa
4.3/5 (196 Reviews)
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Nemo Hotel Resort & Spa is a top spot for those who love all things water. The fun never ends here for both adults and kids alike – it has nine swimming pools with heated seawater, seven whirlpool tubs and a unique dolphin-shaped pool. The spa also has a seemingly endless selection of services, from a spa capsule to a Roman bath, a hammam and a Charcot shower. If that all gets too much, find some relaxation at Lanzheron Beach, which is right on the doorstep.
M1 Club Hotel
Boutique Hotel, Independent Hotel
4.3/5 (84 Reviews)
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The M1 Club Hotel sits by the sea and is fit for all kinds of travellers. Each room comes with a terrace offering unbeatable panoramic views over the city, the park or the sea. The hotel has four bars in different locations, each catering for varying niches – one for fine wine, one for fine dining, one serving up a beachside ambience and the other the creamiest cappuccinos. If you’re looking for a top place to watch the sunrise over the Black Sea, then this is the place to be.
4.1/5 (64 Reviews)
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If it’s beach vibes, live music and pure relaxation you crave, Odesskiy Dvorik (which translates as Odessa Courtyard) is the hotel for you. Live musicians entertain guests in Jazi Bazi, the jazz restaurant on the summer terrace. The swanky venue overlooks Shevchenko Park, while the golden sands of Lanzheron Beach are a mere five-minute walk away. It’s also a short stroll to the Theatre of Musical Comedy and Vorontsov Palace. With 54 bright and spacious rooms, Odesskiy Dvorik is a paradise on the edge of the Black Sea.
Panorama De Luxe
Independent Hotel, Business Hotel
4.6/5 (92 Reviews)
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Sensational sea-views, sumptuous seafood dishes and a soothing spa all ensure that you will enjoy your stay at the Panorama De Luxe. Swimmers and sunbathers will love the leisure facilities – including an indoor and an outdoor pool, Finnish baths, a Turkish sauna and a fitness centre. For eco-conscious guests, the ultra-modern hotel has an electric charging station for cars. Dishes from the restaurant can be delivered to the comfort of your room, including local Odessan food as well as Mediterranean and continental options.
These recommendations were updated on April 12, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.