At the Central Crossing
Lugansk hotel is located at the central crossing at 76 Sovetskaya Street. (on the picture here)
It's the highest building in the city: 213 ft high (19 floors).
Now more and more rooms are rented by companies for there are few guests in this hotel.
You can have a room located at the floor from 4 to 10 where they have finished repairs. I know there is Room 601 (right) with all amenities (except air-conditioning: the new owners are just collecting money for that).
The guests just open the windows and have a fan ventilator in the room.
My friend who stayed there said it was too loud and tye barking stray dogs in the yard interfered with his ellep.
Unique Quality: Lugansk hotel: downtown location, a nice view from the roof, bar, offices of many companies.
These are prices as of December 20, 2008:Two-bed standard room: 240 UAH;
One-bed standard room: 190 UAH;
Exclusive – 300 UAH;
Suite: 330-365 UAH;
Exclusive suite: 370-400 UAH;
Exclusive two-room VIP apartment: 610-650 UAH;
Exclusive three-room VIP apartment: 960-1,000 UAH.
Directions: Central Crossing of Oboronnaya and Sovietskaya Streets
213 Feet High
This hotel built in 1987 is located at the central crossing.
It has been renovated recently.
At present many rooms on the 11th and other floors are rented to different companies.
There are hotel rooms on the 4th-10th floors.
There are usual rooms for us locals starting with 150 UAH ($30) a day and suites from 300 UAH a day ($60).
You can also have an apartment suite for $160 there.
There is Seventh Heaven Chinese cafe on the 7th floor where you can have your breakfast. The cafe is run by a man from China and offers a lot of seafood dishes.
Unique Quality: Proximity to all main sites of the city, great views from the windows.
This is the highest building in the city: 65 m (213 ft) high.
There is Pernik restaurant, one of the oldest central restaurants in the city, next to the hotel and a cafeteria on the 2nd floor where you can have your brerakfast (10 UAH, included into the room price).
The restaurant was called so in honor of the Bulgarian city of Pernik, a twin-city of Luhansk.
Directions: At the intersection of Sovetskaya and Oboronnaya streets in the heart of the city.
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