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Accommodation in Odessa
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Odessa (Одеса) is the third largest city in Ukraine. It is located in the southern part of the country, near the border with Moldova. Odessa is the largest port city on the Black Sea. This cosmopolitan city has over a million inhabitants and it’s the home to many different nationalities.
Odessa is a popular tourist destination for more than 200 years. The great interest in this place left an indelible mark in the form of a large number of accommodation establishments. We are offering a great deal of hotels and newly renovated apartments. The price is influenced by the abundance of accommodations. A one night stay in a standard three-star hotel is possible to get around the price of 30 Euro. In summer months, when the season peaks, it is sometimes more difficult to find free rooms. Therefore, we recommend you to book accommodation in advance. Among the accommodation facilities that are the most popular for tourists are SPA Hotel Maristella Club, Londonskaya Hotel, Odessa Executive Suites, Continental Business Hotel, Corona Hotel & Apartments, Ekaterina Hotel, or Deribas Hotel, Yunost Accord Hotel.
The place, where today stands Odessa, was first inhabited by Greeks and later by the Tatars in the 14th century. The town itself was founded only in 1794 during the reign of Russian Empress Catherine II.The Great. Odessa due to its strategic position began to grow very quickly. Already 71 years after the founding of the city, the Novoruská University was opened. The Workers Uprising in 1905 was supported by the crew of the Russian battleship Potemkin. To this day, you can see the memorial called Potemkin Stairs (Battleship Potemkin), where there was a massacre of the local workers. The stairs were built in the mid of 19th century by an Italian architect Francesco Boffo and they measure 142 meters. In 1920 the Russian army gained control of Odessa. During the 2nd World War the city was occupied for three years by the German army during the retreat of Russian troops to Crimea. In the 70s and 80s, most Odessa Jews emigrated to Israel and the United States. Many of them ended up in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, sometimes known as "Little Odessa". Odessa gained its independence along with the collapse of the Soviet Union in August 1991.
Public transportation in Odessa consists of trams, trolleybuses and buses (ie. Marshrustkas).
Odessa has a temperate climate. The average annual temperature is around 13 °C. Pleasant temperatures prevail here since the spring months, which is around 20 °C. During the summer months the temperatures are warmer and goes back to thirty degrees. You can cool yourself at some of the beaches (Lanzheron, Otrada and Arcadia). The coldest months are logically January and February, when the temperatures can fall to zero and below.
The most beautiful part of Odessa is its Old Town. The architecture of many buildings in the city center is under the influence of the mediterranean style. This is especially evident in the seaside Boulevard over Potěmkini stairs or on the building of the National Opera and Ballet Theatre. Worth visiting is also the famous labyrinth of local catacombs, which were created from the original limestone mines. Part of the catacombs is the Museum of Partisan Glory. Odessa is a popular tourist destination with many medical centers as well. The local Filatovův Institute is one of the leading clinics in ophthalmology.
The most popular sports in Odessa are soccer and basketball for sure. The biggest football club is FC Chornomorets Odessa. From Odessa, however, comes also a great number of famous figure skaters. For example, Oksana Baiul, who won both world championship in Prague in 1993 and the Winter Olympics a year later. Equally famous is the Olympic champion Viktor Petrenko and Ekatarina Rublev.
Posmitnogo Vulitsya 10, Bldg 12, Odessa
Suncity Apartment is a self-catering accommodation located in Odessa, right by the Arkadiya Beach and the Black Sea coast. Free WiFi and free private parking are provided.
Arkadiyskiy Pereulok, 9/1, section 3, floor 2, apt. 117, Odessa
Set a 10-minute Arcadia beach in Odessa, Beehive Hotel features free WiFi access. There is a public parking available.
Rishelievskaya Street 17, Odessa
Stylish rooms with free WiFi and unique décor, UNO Design Hotel is just a 2-minute walk from Deribasovskaya Street and 800 metres from the sandy Black Sea Coast. UNO Design Hotel offers spacious suites and rooms with a flat-screen TV and a fully equipped kitchenette.
Troitskaia 34, Odessa
Frapolli 21 Hotel is set in Odessa, 1 km from Odessa Theatre of Opera and Ballet. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.
Deribasovskaya Street 13, Odessa
Set on Deribasovskaya Street, this hotel is located in Odessa's historic city centre. It features a sauna, 24-hour front desk, and tour and ticket services.
5B Gagarin Palteau , Odessa
Offering a restaurant, Gagarinn is located in Odessa, a 5-minute walk from the Arcadia Beach. Free WiFi access is available.
Pereulok Chaykovskogo 10, Odessa
Duke Hotel is brand new hotel located in the heart of Odessa city, nearby the world-known Odessa Opera and Ballet Theatre The air-conditioned rooms feature free WiFi, Italian furniture, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a safety deposit box. The marble bathrooms provide a hairdryer and bathrobes.
Pushkins'ka street 15, Odessa
Hotel Bristol is a 5-star hotel in the central Odessa, set next to the Odessa Philharmonic and just 500 metres from the State Opera and Ballet Theatre. The hotel offers a 24-hour front desk service, concierge service, a restaurant, free private parking and a Spa with an indoor swimming pool.
Mukachevsky Pereulok 6/8, Odessa
Offering outdoor pool and a la carte restaurant, Panorama De Luxe is located in Odessa. Free Wi-Fi access is available.
Frantsusky Bulvar 66/3, Odessa
Set in Odessa, 200 metres from the Black Sea shore, KADORR Resort & Spa Hotel features a spa and wellness centre with an indoor pool, hammam and hot tub. Free WiFi and free private parking are available on site.
Khrustalniy Pereulok 1, Odessa
A sauna, gym and magnificent outdoor swimming pool are offered at this historic palace. Palace Del Mar is located in the Arcadia area of Odessa, a 3-minute walk from the Black Sea shore.
Plyazh Lanzheron 25, Odessa
Featuring the on-site Dolphinarium, Oceanarium and the Dolphin assisted therapy centre, Resort & Spa Hotel Nemo with dolphins is set in the historical centre of Odessa, on Lanzheron Beach. It offers 9 heated sea-water swimming pools, fitness & spa zone, a 24-hour room service and free WiFi.