Continental

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

5 Deribasovskaya St, Odessa, 65026, Ukraine
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
58%
43
Very Good
30%
22
Average
8%
6
Poor
2%
2
Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 43% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples85
  • Solo100
  • Business90

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Forum Posts

hello, how is odessa in august?

by traveller1036

Hello, I'm Marco, an italian boy. i and my friends would go in odessa from 19 to 26 of august. what about odessa in that days? is it good to go in august or is it there too much people? is it a good place in august for youngs? and what about italians? are there too many italians for the girls?
thanks

Re: hello, how is odessa in august?

by taurean_traveller

Odessa is good anytime !!!

In August it will be hot and full of people,all sorts of ages.
I cannot imagine there will be too many Italians for the beautiful Ukrainian ladies.

Arcardia is a popular place for young people at night and the centre is the same.

Enjoy your trip

Re: hello, how is odessa in august?

by vmakul

any time in the summer is good for hooking up with ladie in Odessa. Be carefull though in your selection, most of them are gold digger although very beautiful and very slutty. You will probably find youself in Arcadia night club complex, very expensive place. I would recommend chatting up some girls on the beach or on the streets, get some booze and show them your hotel room. Be aware, Odessa is HIV capital of Ukraine

Travel Tips for Odessa

Odesa Celebrations: City Days and Yumorina

by om_212

Odesites like fun and lengthy celebrations. that's why they celebrate their City Day not for ONE but THREE days, from September 1 through 3. hundreds of people come to city so if you are planning to be in Odesa around those days, you better take care of hotel and ticket reservations well in advance, unless you travel by your a car and are not planning to sleep :)
another popular holiday to mind is Odesa Yumorina (April's Fool Day, April 1)

Odessa Tip

by seagoingJLW

Irwin and I met an old woman, Vera, who was selling boxes on the Potemkin Steps (see the photo above and also in the general category.)

She told us in Yiddish that she had served in the Soviet Army all her life. Now, what with the breakup of the USSR, she received no pension, no benefits, nothing.

It was a pathetic story which was echoed by others who were also selling their wares on the steps. Soon, the Police came by and chased them all away.

Here is another photo of the...

by seagoingJLW

Here is another photo of the Potemkin Steps.

When the workers revolted against the Tzarist bosses in 1905, the influence was felt even in the Navy. When the ship's doctor aboard the battleship Potemkin procalimed that maggot infested meat was fine for the sailors to eat, a group rebelled. This small group was ordered to be executed by firing squad in front of the rest of the men. One sailor, Vakulinchuk (Alexander Antonov) stepped forward and challenged the firing squad asking if they were for their comrades or the officers. This led to a ship wide mutiny in which many, including Vakulinchuk, were killed.

When the revolution was completed, the ship sailed into Odessa harbor where the sailors erected a shrine to their fallen comrades.

While crowds were cheering the sailors aboard the Potemkin, lines of Tzarist soldiers appeared at the top of the steps leading to the quay. The soldiers shot indiscriminately. The civilians panicked. From the Potemkin, the sailors turned their guns on Odessa and the Cossacks.

Expecting the Tzarist Navy to arrive, they turned the Potemkin around to meet the ships head on.

Central City Beach

by hunterV

Visiting the central city beach in Arcadia There you can sunbathe and enjoy everything the beach has to offer including cafes, restaurants and casino. There are lots of cafes: TropicanoMexican Village WesternPrince ItakaPago "Atlantis" club Assol tavern etc.
In the evening there is a disco at 'Kon-Tiki'.By the way, “Arcadia” means God’s Gate in Ancient Greek.
It was the name the ancient Greeks gave to a highland area in Hellas for its beautiful landscape and heavenly way of life of its inhabitants. Arcadia in Odessa has always been a resort for people living in Odessa and its visitors. spending a day at Arcadia beach.

Odessa Champagne

by hunterV

Your impressions of your stay in this city can be complemented by drinking some champagne made in Odessa such as "French Boulevard", "Odessa" and others.
Odessa has long been famous for its champagne. You can recognize Odessa champagne by its black label.
There are also new sorts of champagne.
Odessa is also famous for its cognac. The trademark is called "Shustov".
36 French Boulevard is the address of the famous Odessa winery that produces champagne and sparkling wines.
The winery was founded in 1896 and is one of the few champagne wineries in Ukraine.
This label is from Odessa red semisweet sparkling wine.
I have always enjoyed that kind of wine!
It was a good souvenir to take home and a good memory of my stay in Odessa. Drinking some champagne from Odessa at the city beach.
was lucky for the hotel where I used to stay many times - Magnolia - is just opposite the champagne winery! I was glad to stay at such a historical place and often think of French Boulevard that I explored each time I stayed there.Odessa Champagne Winery
closed joint stock company
36 French Boulevard
Odessa 65058
Ukraine

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Address: 5 Deribasovskaya St, Odessa, 65026, Ukraine