beautiful view to the central street of Yalta. 5 minutes walk away from the beach, close to the local markert,
they have a restaurant
right in the central street of yalta
One of the biggest hotel in Yalta.......with the same name can offer u a wide variety of options in accomodation starting from $37 for single person & $54 for double. This also includes Complementary breakfast (u can select whatever u feel is suitable from a wde variety of cusines).
It is very near to Massandra Palace as well as to Swallow nest (by seaway).
The hotel is next to the Black sea and thus provides a very soothing feeling when u stand in the balcony. Being the highest building in Yalta.....it is visible from anywhere...practically.
It's the largest hotel complex in the Crimea. The building stands highly above the sea, the lift goes down to a beach.
We stayed in this hotel for 4 nights and were satisfied.
Street Drazhinskogo, 50 (Massandra park),
38-0654-35-02-16, 38-0654-35-02-18, 38-0654-33-30-93
One of the most beautiful buildings on the quay is the building of hotel "Mariino". The third floor was under built by Krasnov in 1895. He decorated a roof with a balustrade and decorative vases. It's famous because the Great Russian writer Lev Tolstoy styed there. There is a memorial plate with an inscription about this fact.
Hotel Mariino is located in the city centre of Yalta, on the well-known Yalta quay in several meters from seacoast.
The hotel is known still from XIXth century, and now there are the VIP-number and apartments for reception and service of foreign governmental delegations.
In the building of Trading houses there is a pass to the hotel "Taurida" - the former hotel "Russia". It was built in 1875. It was one of the best hotels in imperial Russia.
M.P.Musorgsky, N.A.Rimsky-Korsakov, N.K.Roerich, A.P.Chekhov, A.M. Gorky, I.A.Bunin, S.V.Rakhmaninov stayed there. N.A.Nekrasov finished there his poem "Who in Russia live well". V.V.Majakovsky with L.Brick lived there later and finished his poem "Well!". The ladder and the tile are kept since those times.
The new President-hotel Taurida is reconstructed as the modern hotel. There are Venetian court yard with marble fountains, a magnificent facade with columns, the transparent arch of a roof, a wall thickness, ceilings in height up to 4m, spacious terraces and verandahs, a penthouse with glass "lanterns", marble ladders with unique sculptures.
It was quite adventurous to get a room in this hotel. The guy at the reception was standing in, so communication was rather difficult, but our little Russian helped. We got obviously the most expensive room, a lux room with a bedroom with a small balcony, a sitting room with a bedsofa, TV and roaring fridge, a small entrance room and a bathroom. Hot water was from 6pm till 9am. We paid 210 UAH for the room, no breakfast.
There was a view over the promenade, the Black sea and the main square with Lenin.
Since in May 04 we still needed a visa, the guy first looked strangely because I had a private visa and we had to fill in a 2 page form for registration in Russian, now that was fun!
Please note that prices go up in summer every month and in peak season like August this room would have cost more than 100 Euro, but you could sleep 4 people.
I have an apartment in the center of Yalta (Crimea) Ukraine.
My apartment fully equipped also it’s very comfortable and cozy, kitchen with all appliances.
There are 2 room in apartment. One with a bad of king size, there is a big sofa in other room, wardrobe, sat TV, bath tub..
It is located on the 1st floor , there is a metal door Prices vary from 40- to 50 dollars per day - depends on how long you will be staying in Yalta, Ukraine!
Also there is an independent hot water system (Ferolli),
Embankment is about 50 m from apartment.
My apartment is on the Karla Marksa str.
You want to say something nice about a place. The Yalta Hotel was my first stay in this beautiful slice of the Crimean coast. Even though their restaurant gave me diarrhea as monstrous as the slab of concrete that is the Yalta Hotel, I had a wonderful time in the city of Yalta itself.
That’s about all the nice you can say.
This was simply the worst hotel I’ve ever stayed in. The condition is shabby. The prices are high relative to better hotels in Yalta. The location is too far away from the attractions in Yalta so you're buying taxi rides every day.
The staff are par Ukraine, so expect rude treatment and inefficient service. It took two hours to check in at the desk after which I got a room about the size of a closet. I upgraded to their junior suite for the remainder of my stay; a process which took another two hours. The staff is not totally to blame for such slow service because it was necessary to reboot the computer several times.
The problem with this hotel is that it is state run. They still exist in Ukraine and are always bad. For the adventure traveler the Yalta Hotel offers a soviet-style experience without all the Communism.
An utter concrete monstrosity that is as visually welcoming as herpes on a wedding night. This enormous beast can be seen from all vantage points in Yalta and looms above you on the drive up the hill until you hit the forecourt. And then strangely, it actually becomes quite fun. A complete blend of people, from Russians, Germans, Swiss, French, English, Ukrainians, Polish etc, the hotel caters for all. Something like 28 bars are within the hotel, there are 2500 rooms, 8 restaurants, a casino on the top floor, various adult shows somewhere in the catacombes and it's own private beach front. Incredibly surly staff (as to be expected), a complete acceptance of prostitution (the hookers live on the 16th floor), and basic rooms, but all with cracking views across Yalta Bay. It's an experience
Being propositioned at 3.30am when you head down to reception for a bacon sandwich and have to bat off the advances of one of the many Russian 'escorts'. Trying to find the 28 bars in one evening. The private beach and a 30 minute massage by this 60 year old guy who contorts you to places you didn't think you could bend. And if take a moment to think what this place used to be like when it was based on the old communist principal of holidaying, it's quite eye-opening
Well, I tried to stay in a hotel, but I was not "encouraged". After I inspected a room in a middle size hotel offered to me for $40USD, I decided to try my luck somewhere else when I was approached by the hotel employee with advise for a room in a private apartment. We went over but just the look of the building put me off and I continued my quest. The second hotel I tried was not enthusiastic about a single man but conviniently in the reception area there was a woman just waiting for "overflow" like me. She took me to an apartment, which was owned by another person (imagine the proceeds devided by three) where I had the whole appartment for $20USD.
The accommodation was typical soviet style apartment and this was worth millions because it showed local "way of life". There was a problem with the gas boiler, or I was not used to "fine tuning" it but this was relatively mild deficiency. I slept in somebody's Master bedroom furnished lovingly with what was at hand. On top, when I finally saw the owner, she gave a big praise for my "cleanliness". She was from the medical realm so I trust her.
for such a huge hotel, it was very nice to stay in. They have a huge breakfast buffet, and they kept the hot food hot. It was fairly close to downtown. The marshrutka's came by too seldom. Not too expensive either.
We stayed on the 14th floor and had a great view of the sea. The dolfin show was good. They had several small restaurants that were good. We had pizza with very good service.
Hotel Krim is in the middle of town, just a few meters south of the central bus station and some hundred meters north of the coastline. Rooms come with balcony and a great view and all the amenities you need. They are big clean. It's great value for the price. But don't rely on the food stalls below...they are cheap but bad.
The view from the balcony and its convenient location are excellent
Hotel Levant is located on walking distance from the main boulevard in Yalta and has its own private beach.
We didn't actually stay in the hotel, just used the beach and had lunch at the sushi bar there. The place looked quite ok though. I wouldn't mind staying there next time.
Extremely beautiful exterior, near the beach, seems to be rather expensive... I did not stay there, but my friend and I walked nearby, and I even felt like taking a picture in front of it.
Yalta Intourist Hotel.
Situated in a picturesque place on a hill; excellent food offered in the restaurant; a swimming pool with sea water.
In the times of the Soviet Union common people could not even dream of staying in Yalta Intourist - only by protection. The hotel seems old-fashioned to me, because now interiors are made in a different way. Still, I enjoyed my stay.
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