Hotels in Kiev

Hotels in Kiev offer an exciting mix of old-world and contemporary in a locale nicknamed “City of Domes”. Known for its impressive architecture, its museums, its horse chestnut trees, its parks and its nightlife, Kiev is one of the oldest and most important cities in Eastern Europe. Once controlled by the Soviet Union, Kiev has blossomed into a pro-Western market economy with an electoral democracy. Indeed, hotels in Kiev Ukraine are some of the most brilliant in all of Eastern Europe. Before we get you to hotels in Kiev Ukraine, let’s take a look at some background information on the city to help you along the way.

Kiev, Ukraine’s capital and most populous city, is located in the country’s north-central region along the Dnieper River. Home to around 3 million people, Kiev is the seventh-most populous city in Europe. Though the city’s founding-date is debated by scholars, some historians trace its beginnings to 482 AD, making it one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe.  The city had been sacked or besieged several times throughout history, examples of which being the March 1169 sacking by Grand Prince Andrey Bogolyubsky, besieging by multiple Rus’ princes in the 1230s, the Mongol invasion of 1240 and the conquering by Grand Duke Gediminas in the 1320s. During the 19th century the city was controlled by the Russian Empire. The effects of World War II caused much of Kiev to be destroyed. In 1986, the catastrophic Chernobyl nuclear power plant explosion occurred 62 miles north of the city, though prevailing winds blew away most of the debris. Not until August 24th 1991 did Kiev gain independence by way of a Soviet Union collapse.

Kiev’s climate is humid continental, with high temperatures ranging from 78 degrees in July to 30 degrees in January. It has become the most pro-Western region of Ukraine, with a market economy, electoral democracy and tighter integration with the European Union. Major points of interest include Verkhovna Rada, Kiev Pechersk Lavra, Red University Building, House with Chimaeras, Independence Square, Bohdan Khmelnytsk, Podil, Maidan Nezalezhnosti, Golden Gate, Holy Dormition Cathedral, St. Sophia Cathedral, St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral, St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery, St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Cathedral, Kiev National Opera House, National Historical Museum of Ukraine, National Art Museum of Ukraine and Olympic Stadium. Popular foods are Easter bread, borscht, a type of sour soup, holubtsi, or stuffed cabbage, potato pancakes, varenyky, which is a dumpling, chicken Kyiv and potato salad, to name a few. Drinks include the national drink, horilka, which is essentially vodka, cherry liquor, wine and beer. Now that we have some background information, it’s time for hotels in Kiev Ukraine that will help provide for an unforgettable experience.




11 Mirrors Design Hotel

Bogdana Khmelnitskogo Street 34А

Hotels in Kiev Ukraine

St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral

11 Mirrors Design Hotel features free WiFi, contemporary style, neutral colors, flat-screen TVs, safes, well-stocked mini-bars, a bright restaurant and a lobby bar. You’ll find Crazy Quentin BAR (Georgian restaurant), Dvir-Kolodyaz (historical landmark), Povernysʹ Zhyvym (foundation), Hand Brew Coffee (coffee shop), Dezhavyu (restaurant), Montblanc (boutique), National Opera of Ukraine, Hendrick’s (bar), True Burger Bar (new American restaurant), School of Acting (performaing arts theater) and more nearby.

This location is 0.1 miles from Leonardo Business Centre, 0.2 miles from St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral Kiev, Zoloti Vorota Metro Station, Golden Gate and Karaite Kenesa, 0.3 miles from Universytet Metro Station, 0.4 miles from Aleksandr Fomin Botanical Garden, Teatralna Metro Station, Shevchenko Park and Bogdan and Varvara Khanenko Museum of Art, 0.5 miles from Saint Sophia Cathedral and Khreshchatyk Metro Station, 0.6 miles from Maidan Nezalezhnosti Metro Station, 1.1 miles from Olympic Stadium, 2.2 miles from Kiev Pechersk Lavra and 3.8 miles from Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $269





Bogdana Khmelnitskogo Street 56А

Hotels in Kiev Ukraine

Golden Gate Kiev

CITYHOTEL offers a spacious fitness center, a 24-hour front desk, free WiFi, modern rooms, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, mini-bars, safety deposit boxes, bathrobes, floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings, panoramic views and a Matisse restaurant. CITYHOTEL is close to 11 Mirrors Design Hotel.

From here Universytet Metro Station and St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral are 0.2 miles, Karaite Kenesa, Aleksandr Fomin Botanical Garden, Leonardo Business Centre, Golden Gate Kiev and Zoloti Vorota Metro Station are 0.3 miles, Shevchenko Park and Saint Sophia Cathedral are 0.5 miles, Teatralna Metro Station is 0.6 miles, Khreshchatyk Metro Station is 0.7 miles, Maidan Nezalezhnosti Metro Station is 0.8 miles, Kiev Train Station, St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery and Andriyivski Uzviz are 0.9 miles and Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport is 3.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $170




Park Hotel Golosievo

Holosiyivskiy Prospekt 87

Hotels in Kiev Ukraine

Kiev Botanical Garden

With free WiFi, a daily breakfast buffet, a peaceful atmosphere, a 24-hour front desk, warm decor, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, hairdryers, balconies, park views, a restaurant, a terrace bar, a conference room, laundry service and valet parking, Park Hotel Golosievo sits near Aladin (hookah shop), Holosiyivsʹka Kryyivka (festival), Holosiyiv (cafe), National Oleksandr Dovzhenko Centr (film and photography library), Море Пива (beer store), Maksym Rylsky Museum, Aktyvna Krayina (amusement park) and more.

This hotel is 0.3 miles from Holosiivska Metro Station and Kiev Botanical Garden, 0.9 miles from Vasylkivska Metro Station and Demiivska Metro Station, 1.5 miles from Ocean Plaza Shopping Centre, Vystavkovyi Tsentr Metro Station and Kyiv-Demiivskyi Train Station, 1.6 miles from Lybidska Metro Station, 2.4 miles from State Aviation Museum, 2.9 miles from Olympic Stadium, 3.6 miles from Kiev Pechersk Lavra and Mykola Syadristy Microminiatures Museum and 3.1 miles from Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (duplex suite): $183




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11 Kostiantynivska Street

Hotels in Kiev Ukraine

House of Peter the Great

Providing air conditioning, free WiFi, desks, flat-screen TVs, seating areas, an à la carte breakfast, a bar with a rooftop terrace, a 24-hour library, concierge service, a business center and newspapers, BURSA Hotel is close to Bar 1818, МузТорг (musical instrument store), Beer Point (bar), Mr. Grill (restaurant), VV22 Restoclub (restaurant), Khvylʹovyy (bar), London (cafe), Watsons (cosmetics store), Timur (gym), 4-YOGA (sporting goods store), Chebureky (restaurant), Mykola Prytyska Church and more.

House of Peter the Great is within feet, Kontraktova Ploshcha Metro Station is 0.1 miles, Kontraktova Square is 0.2 miles, National University of Kiev-Mohyla Academy, Mikhail Bulgakov Museum and Great Choral Synagogue are 0.3 miles, Illinsky Business Centre, Domino Business Centre and Andriyivsky Descent are 0.4 miles, Saint Andrew’s Church and Andriyivski Uzviz are 0.5 miles, Saint Sophia Cathedral is 0.9 miles, Shevchenko Park is 1.6 miles, Kiev Train Station is 2 miles and gor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport is 4.8 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (suite with terrace): $438




Opera Hotel

B. Khmelnitskogo Str.53

Hotels in Kiev Ukraine

Saint Sophia Cathedral

Opera Hotel has elegant rooms, antique furniture, flat-screen TVs, a spa, a sauna, a gym, free private parking, free WiFi, mini-bars, work desks and sitting areas. Teatro (restaurant), Kyiv Chamber of Commerce and Industry, SPA Diva, Shamballa Secrets (feng shui shop), Piccolino (Italian restaurant), Belfam (beauty salon), Dom Kofe (espresso bar), Myhdal (coffee shop), Opium Lounge (hookah bar), 1900 Coffee & Bakery, Tulpania (florist), BOWL (health food restaurant), Memory Book of Ukraine (museum) and more are within range.

You may find Obelisk of Kiev Hero City, Universytet Metro Station and Aleksandr Fomin Botanical Garden 0.4 miles, St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral and Karaite Kenesa 0.5 miles, Leonardo Business Centre, Golden Gate, Zoloti Vorota Metro Station and 101 Tower Business Centre 0.6 miles, Vokzalna Metro Station, Kiev Train Station, Saint Sophia Cathedral Kiev and Shevchenko Park 0.7 miles, Andriyivski Uzviz 1.1 miles, Mykola Syadristy Microminiatures Museum 2.5 miles and Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport 3.5 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night: $231





Senator Maidan

Tarasa Shevchenka Lane 8B

Hotels in Kiev Ukraine

Maidan Nezalezhnosti

Offering free WiFi, street parking, 24-hour security, concierge service, house-keeping and daily breakfast, Senator Maidan is set near Iceberg (bar), Victoria’s Secret, Literary-Memorial Museum of Taras Shevchenko, P’yana Vyshnya (wine bar), VIDRO Craft Beer & Kitchen (bar), Khachapuri & Wine (Georgian restaurant) and more.

From this condo hotel Ukranian Kilometre Zero, Maidan Nezalezhnosti Metro Station, Maidan Nezalezhnosti Kiev and Sofiyska Square are 0.2 miles, Saint Sophia Cathedral, Khreshchatyk Metro Station, Golden Gate, St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery and Zoloti Vorota Metro Station are 0.3 miles, European Square is 0.4 miles, Andriyivski Uzviz is 0.5 miles, St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral and Shevchenko Park are 0.7 miles, Olympic Stadium is 1.2 miles, The Motherland Monument is 2.6 miles, St. Cyril’s Monastery is 3.1 miles and Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport is 4.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom apartment): $269




MaNNa Boutique Hotel

Vozdvyzhenska Street 16 B

Hotels in Kiev

Mikhail Bulgakov’s Museum

Featuring room service, a terrace, a 24-hour front desk, airport transportation, a shared kitchen, free WiFi, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, electric tea pots, hairdryers, closets, city views and a continental breakfast, MaNNa Boutique Hotel sits near Tuto Vzuto (store), Oblique Creations (clothing store), Osobnyak (shopping mall), Oxota na Ovets (Asian restaurant), Blood & Honey (clothing store), BabyRock (restaurant), Lyubchyk Na Vozdvyzhentsi (restaurant), Caramel (dessert restaurant), Pyrizhkova Titka Klara (pie shop), Parfum büro gallery (perfume store), Crab’s Burger (restaurant), Castle Hill (historical landmark), 32 JazzClub, GreenPizza, Roza Bekker’s (coffee shop), Vysotsky (art gallery), Artevilla (business center), Imperiya Tatu (tattoo shop), Leo (European restaurant), Kyiv Fashion Park, Tithe Church (Historical landmark), Aleya Khudozhnykiv (art gallery), ArtHall D12 (museum), Monument Pronya Prokopivna and Golokhvastov (sculpture), Kyyivsʹkyy Dytynet (historical landmark), National Museum of the History of Ukraine, Park Landscape Alley, St. Andrew’s Church, Museum-workshop of Ivan Kavaleridze, Castle of Richard Lionheart (historical landmark), Karas (art gallery), Mykhailo Bulgakov Museum-Memorial, Kachorovska Store & Cafe and more.

From here you’ll see Mikhail Bulgakov’s Museum 0.2 miles, Andriyivsky Descent 0.3 miles, House of Peter the Great, Saint Andrew’s Church, Andriyivski Uzviz, Kontraktova Ploshcha Metro Station and Kontraktova Square 0.4 miles, National University of Kiev-Mohyla Academy 0.5 miles, Illinsky Business Centre and Sofiyska Square and Saint Sophia Cathedral 0.6 miles, St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery 0.7 miles, Olympic Stadium 2 miles and Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport 4.5 miles.

Approximate cost per night (suite with city view): $260

Cost per person (four people): $65



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Boutique Apart-Hotel Sherborne

Mykilsky lane, 9 (Sichnevy Pereulok 9)

Hotels in Kiev

Mariinsky Park

With elegant rooms, air conditioning, modern furniture, satellite TVs, DVD players, mini-bars, high-speed internet access, a 24-hour front desk a tour desk, an airport shuttle, car rental service and dry cleaning, Boutique Apart-Hotel Sherborne is situated close to Fanfan the Tulip (florist), Salyut (pool hall), Swiss Watch Service, GC Barbershop, Thaisabai (day spa), Art-cafe (coffee shop), Embassy of Latvia, Svit Kulʹok (balloon store), Coffee Shop Magic Snail, Lviv Croissants (cafe), Kyiv Palace of Children and Youth (cultural center), Guramma (Asian restaurant), Monument To Military Pilots “Leonid Bykov” (sculpture), Smotrovaya Ploshchadka (observation deck), Bridge of Kisses, Vichnyy Kyiv (tourist attraction), National Transport University, Khmeli-Suneli (Georgian restaurant), Victoria Museum, WOOD coffee shop, Patryk Pab (pub), Museum of Theater, Budivlya Kolyshnʹoho Ipodromu Na Pechersʹku (historical landmark), Kalyna (dessert restaurant), Ramen vs Marketing (ramen restaurant), il Molino (pizza restaurant), Silpo (supermarket) and more.

Arsenalna Metro Station is 0.1 miles, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is 0.2 miles, Church of the Saviour at Berestove and Mykola Syadristy Microminiatures Museum are 0.4 miles, Dnipro Metro Station, Gate Church of the Trinity and Mariinsky Park Kiev are 0.5 miles, Great Lavra Belltower, Monument to General Vatutin and Kiev Pechersk Lavra are 0.6 miles, Khreshchatyk Metro Station is 1.2 miles, St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery is 1.5 miles, St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral and Andriyivski Uzviz are 1.8 miles and Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport is 5 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom apartment): $137

Cost per person (four people): $35




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Hermitage Boutique-Hotel

Simona Petlury (ex. Kominterna) Street 6

Hotels in Kiev

Shevchenko Park

Featuring free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, air conditioning, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, English breakfast delivered to the room each morning and room service, Hermitage Boutique-Hotel can be found near Caribbean Club (night club), Han Gang (Korean restaurant), 1900 coffee point (cafe), Varvar Bar, Tasty Story (Italian restaurant), 99 Lari (restaurant), simple. (restaurant), Quanto Costa (Italian restaurant), Lviv Handmade Chocolate, Chachapuri Restaurant, Kaka Spaghetti, Dyu Long Restorant (Chinese restaurant), Varadero (restaurant), Баклажан (Middle Eastern restaurant), Pyrizhkova Titka Klara (bagel shop), Teplytsya (cafe) and more.

Aleksandr Fomin Botanical Garden and Universytet Metro Station are 0.3 miles, Obelisk of Kiev Hero City, 101 Tower Business Centre and St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral are 0.4 miles, Kiev Train Station and Vokzalna Metro Station are 0.5 miles, Leonardo Business Centre, Karaite Kenesa and Shevchenko Park Kiev are 0.6 miles, Saint Sophia Cathedral is 0.9 miles, Khreshchatyk Metro Station is 1.1 miles, Kiev Pechersk Lavra is 2.7 miles, St. Cyril’s Monastery is 2.9 miles and Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport is 3.3 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (suite): $225

Cost per person (three people): $76





So there they are, hotels in Kiev that are sure to help make your trip an unforgettable one. We hope you have found this information valuable and most importantly, that you enjoy your time in Ukraine!

22 Replies to “Hotels in Kiev”

  1. This is perfect! My wife and I are going to Kiev next summer and wanted to start preparing now, and wanted  to see some reviews on hotels over there. Even the cheapest one looks absolutely amazing! I like how thorough you were, telling how far nearby things to do as well as how far they are away from public transportation and the airport. Very valuable information! Thank you again, we will come back here when we finalize our plans!

  2. This is definitely the article you need if your traveling to Keiv, It’s a lot of reading but well worth it. The pictures are gorgeous so, I can only imagine how beautiful the country is. What had me really shocked was the prices, I can not believe how cost-efficient the rooms are. I especially loved the panoramic apartment I keep going back to it just to stare. If I ever travel to Ukraine, I know where I will be staying .

  3. Thanks so much for summarizing such valuable information mixing the best places to stay and the benefits of its locations with the sightseeings around.

    I have been to kiev a while ago, I absolutely love it! It is such a beautiful city, full of colors, amazing archtecture, the churches are amazing and the dumplings…. simply fantastic! 

    Absolutely worth it, I really hope I can go back soon enough!

  4. Hello, I must say that this article is very helpful and informative. I have been in Ukraine 2 years ago but I did not have a chance to stay in these gorgeous hotels because I stayed at my friend. I must go to Kiev next year, in February so I will definitely take in mind some of these hotels, they are not so expensive compared to quality.

  5. Omg, this is such a breathtaking photo you had me drawn in from first glance. I am in the middle of getting a passport and have been doing a lot of research on the best places to visit. This is definitely on my top 10 and I really find researching places to stay to be the most stressful part about planning a trip. 

    I am especially loving your comparisons because you have included things to do in the area as well as the other necessary information. The variety of styles in the hotels you have picked and those which would suit almost every different person’s preferred living style which is also very cool. I must say I am partial to the MaNNa BoutIque Hotel.

    Thanks for sharing!

  6. Omg Kiev is so pretty and makes me want to visit! I have never been to Ukraine or even Russia before but I have always wanted to go. Maybe this time of the year is not ideal for me since I get cold easily. I cannot believe that the penthouse is super affordable! I am so excited to visit now. Thank you so much for all the reviews and the prices. 


  7. Thanks a lot for such an amazing review about Hotels in Kiev and explanations are given.

    I and my friend want to go to Kiev to visit. So we started looking for accommodation. Although it is much to read, this is the best article I have found. We will definitely stay in one of these accommodations.

    Thanks again for this post. If you don’t mind, I will share this article on my social media account. Good luck!

  8. I have been researching a lot of different destinations in Europe. I didn’t really know where to start until I came across your article. Ukraine hadn’t crossed my mind until I saw your article as well.  I am shocked that the amenities are so modern, the hotels include so much, and most of the places are so affordable. 

    I have never traveled outside of the US. I will start traveling the world this year later this Summer. Kiev looks like a beautiful place to visit. I will surely make my reservations during their Summer because I do not do Winter very well, even though I was born in January. 

    1. Yekeiseaya that’s great that you will start traveling the world this year. Glad to hear that Kiev looks like a beautiful place to visit to you as indeed it is 🙂

  9. Of course, it’s not an easy task to spot the best hotels in Kiev especially is the traveler has not gone there before. Good to see you do the heavy jobs to make life easier for uby researching the best one available. I particularly loves hotels in Kiev because they’re beautiful a d very affordable unlike some other hotels I have seen before and they seem to have what I love always, that’s free WiFi and power supply.

    Really nice!

  10. Hiya Pentrental

    Thank you for your thoroughly descriptive article about hotels in Kiev. You should consider a job for the tourist board! After your descriptions I’m desperate to go to Kiev now! My question as always is whether Kiev is wheelchair accessible? I am amazed at the value for money, the price for the penthouse with the panoramic views was an absolute steal! I’ve never wished I had a passport so much. 

    You’ve provided a lot of great ideas for places to stay and things to see and do while you’re there. Thank you for making it so easy and attractive, krs PurpleLioness 

  11. kiev is in the level 2 recommendation of security for traveling from USA Department of State. This is like USA giving a 4stars out of five to a country where one star is a simple “Don’t go” recommendation and 5 stars is you should go kipping some preventive actions in mind. This makes it a great destiny.

    I’ve never been there, but I’ve received people from Kiev and in my experience they’re very kind people and great percentage of it’s population speaks English as a second language.

    the only thing that surprisesbme more than the luxury of the properties described by pentrentals is the associated price (always very low considering you’re paying for accommodation rather than for person per night).

    Kiev is definitely in my list, I don’t know how I’ll get there, but I do really know where to come to get the best recommendation in regards to accommodation.

    Thanks for another great post!

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