Love at first sight to the Dnipropetrovs’k city starts with its most popular hotel. None other will be able to boast of view through window down the longest embankment in Europe!
In 10 minutes’ trip by car from railroad station and in 20 minutes’ trip from airport, you encounter the first positive experience of intercourse with Dnipropetrovs’k. For this purpose, it is recommended to plan your sojourn in hotel for 2 days before the journey.
Since 1998 I stay in this hotel every time I am in DNK. I come here every year. And I have seen it change, slowly, for the better. Not expensive, clean rooms with bathrooms.
Charging around € 35 to € 50 per room per night (EC/MC, VISA and AMEX accepted).
Nice location along the embankment of the Dnepr river. (Lenin Embankment).
Friendly staff but shy and that makes them look unfriendly, almost surly, sometimes, although improving. The (mostly elderly) floor ladies are friendly and very helpful. Ask them anything and they will try to help you and do it-wash your clothes, iron your good shirt, mending buttons etc.
Breakfast included, downstairs in the restaurant (service terrible, "back to the USSR") and there is a small cafeteria on the 2nd floor which is OK. Advice not to take the breakfast included but pay for it in cash (around € 2 for bread, butter, eggs, juice and coffee). A simple meal there costs around € 6 (chicken filet, fries, salad, juice). The ladies there are also friendly but keep in mind that they work shifts of 24 hours. (Open 24 hours). So early morning some things could go wrong but they are nice enough. Shifts change around 10 am.
10 minutes walk towards Lenin Square. There is an internet center in the shopping mall (City Center Most Shopping Center), 2nd floor past the food court which is quite good.
This info updated May 2009.
Unique Quality: Nice location, nice view of the Dnepr river. But at first it will give you the "back to the USSR" feeling....
ATMs outside the hotel. Several nice and good restaurants along the river. Walking distance to TZUM department store on Karl Marx avenue/Lenin square, McD fast food. Further along K. Marx Av (westbound, to the train station) is a handicrafts market.
When facing the station, on the left hand side is a large and very good self-service restaurant with Ukrainian food. Not expensive and very good.
Take tram 1 (1 gryvna) to go to the train station (westbound) and/or to the Museum (eastbound) and War monument (enter by the tank on display)-nice view of the Dnepr.
Take a boat trip of 1 hour, drinks and food served. Very nice to do.
It helps to know some Russian words....(bread, butter, juice etc).
Unique Quality: Nothing unique again. Just the thing which seems funny to me: in the hotel card there is a long list of things forbidden to do in the hotel and and a list of fines and penalties for those who violate the rules. And not a word about serviced offered here. And at the end the card says: WELCOME TO OUR HOTEL!
Directions: Lenin Embankment, 33 (The street has been renamed for sure!)
This is a high-end hotel with enormous prices as far as I am concerned:
standard room - $100, $150, $175;
Suite: $220, $275, $400;
two presidential suites: $625
Unique Quality: downtown location, Chinese and Japanese cuisine at the restaurant combined with the European and national cuisines; health club, fitness center, swimming-pool, sauna and all modern facilities and services.
68 Marx St.
(056) 778 11 65;
66 Marx St.
(0562) 444 494;
50 Marx Ave.
(0562) 450 347;
33 Lenin Embankment
(056) 744 11 58; (0562) 440 517
$50 - $75
Unique Quality: all modern conveniences, great Dnipro views
Grand Hotel Ukraine is situated in downtown Dniepropetrovsk within a walking distance from all main stores and markets. The hotel provides facilities, services and comfort that will meet the highest standards and expectations of the international traveler and businessman.
The hotel provides facilities, services and comfort that will meet the highest standards and expectations of the international traveler and businessman.
The building has now been lovingly restored into a glorious hotel offering an impressive lobby, 71 extremely comfortable rooms and suites with two presidential suites befitting an emperor.
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Any idea what the Hotel "Dnepropetrovsk" is like? Also can you tell us the names of some good bars and places to eat please?
Any general tips about the city would be helpful?
The best hotel in Dnepropetrovsk is "Ukraine".
Good place to eat and drink : Deja vue restaurant, 20 Karl Marx Street (Octyabrskaja Square). Average bill per head : UAH 130 (EUR 21) with drinks. Live music in the evening.
Another place Bartalomeo on the Dnipro River bank.
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Address: Nabereznaja Lenina, 33 , Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine