Maristella Club

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Lane Vanniy 3, 10 Station of the Big Fountain, Odessa, 65016, Ukraine
Maristella Club
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Where to stay in beginning of June

by robertlarsen

We are six guys visiting Odessa in the beginning of June. Should we book a hotel in Acradia, or is this to early in the season, and we should go for a hotel down town instead?



Re: Where to stay in beginning of June

by Pikine

Some if not most of the clubs in Arcadia will be open, although there won't be as many people as in July or August. On the other hand, Arcadia is not far from the city center and you can get there by taxi within 15 minutes. So make sure to look at all available hotels and chose the best deal.

Re: Where to stay in beginning of June

by dweber

Just my opinion, but I would stay in the center and take taxis to Acadia in June. An apartment would be much more pleasaant for 6 guys (for partying) and more to do during the day. Hotel rooms are so small. Preferable an apartment around Deribaska St.

Re: Where to stay in beginning of June

by taurean_traveller

I agree with previous post.I stayed in an apartment near to Arcadia and it was so much better than hotel and a lot cheaper.
Plenty of mini buses and trams go to the beach.
Apartments on the internet are normally very modern and spacious and good value.

Re: Where to stay in beginning of June

by abeille1

hi Robert, hire an apartment, either in the centre or near Arcadia. Whatever you save on rentals (much cheaper than hotels), you can spend on taxis, brining you back and forth to the city centre or to Arcadia. Contact me and I;ll help you with accomodation.

Travel Tips for Odessa

Naval Museum

by fipsi

Right next to the Opera House there is the Naval Museum. It mainly shows photos and models of ships. Don't expect English explanations!

In the 19th century the building uses to house the "English Club", where noblemen and the rich merchants played for money.

Odesa houses and yards

by om_212

the best way to get from one street to another if you are in a hurry is to cut through a "windy" Odesa yards. But even if you are not in a hurry, make sure to get a sneak-peek into one of those yards. homey, cozy, with people chatting on the benches, with grapevines crawling up old building walls, creating the pleasant shade in the summer, they will transfer you into a different, non-touristy Odesa; which has a lot to offer for those who know where to seek :)

A child is newborn

by Klod5

On the harbor, before the entry of the maritime station, facing the terminal of the travelers, you won't be able to miss this charming sculpture of bronze to the rounded shapes. I think that it is very "Zen", a lot of "Yang" with its soft and round shapes. Ukrainian people names this sculpture "A child is newborn".

This sculpture is The Golden Child - sculptor Ernst Neizvestny The Odessant's bindioujnik, always slanderous say that this sculpture to cost very dear... "worse that Krik Benia"

Primorsky boulevard

by Klod5

The famous Potemkine staircase, with its 192 marches duct in top of the harbor places Richelieu. The duke's statue is in the middle of a big semicircular place. Of the two sides of the place, a shady alley, the Primorsky boulevard, takes place in the same way in Meereslinie, more or less to 50 meters to the over of the sea level.

Because of the numerous magnificent buildings, the Primorsky boulevard is in Odessa kicks it the more beautiful and largely free of automotive circulation. Northbound, it begins with the ruins of the palace of summer of the Count Woronzow. Woronzow was of 1823 until 1844 governor of Russia of the South and also had beautiful palaces in other places, for example in Crimea.

The small, but very fine, Londonskaya hotel and the palace of the sailors hold the half of the south of the Primorsky boulevard. It ends, to the south, on the Puschkin place in front of the palace of the government of the city..

Primorsky Boulevard

by Klod5

The famous staircase with the 192 marches duct in top of the harbor instead Richelieu. The monument is in the middle of a big semicircular place. Of the two sides of the place, a shady alley, the Primorsky boulevard, takes place in the same way in Meereslinie, more or less 50 meters to the over of the surface of the sea.


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