Your booking experience in Odessa
We are happy to provide you with a high-end accommodation for your next holiday in Odessa. Booked.net enables you to narrow your search in Black Sea Coast Ukraine by price range and accommodation types. We’ve got business and spa hotels with a big list of facilities and services along with other attractive accommodation options which provide you with an ideal base for exploring.
Budget hotels in Odessa
For travelers on a tight budget there are 61 reasonably priced options to choose from, such as 12 Months Mini Hotel and Comfort 24 with rates at 11US$. Potemkins Favorite Suites is an affordable choice that will put you within a 10-minute walk of the center. Orange Hotel is a budget choice that is a 15-minute walk from Faltz-Fein House . Budget travelers will find a number of hostels like Centro Hostel tucked away in Primorsky district of the city.
Proximity to public transport
If you're looking for an apartment near Odessa International airport, Anna Apartament is conveniently located less than 1.9 km from the airport. Guests wishing to stay near Odessa train station could think over Admiral Hotel or Arnautskiy.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Travelers who prefer staying in the center of the city should check out Palais Royal and Lotos Apartments, which are a 10 and 10-minute walk from the city center. To be only a 10-minute walk from the city center, stay at Apartment On Yekaterininskaya Square.
For those looking to be close to House-Museum of Leonid Utyosov, Apart-Hotel Kostandi will put you within a 10-minute walk from the city center where you can find a range of sights. If you want to be close to Monument to L. Utesov, choose a hotel, such as Ayvazovsky or Theatre Hotel.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Apartments, B&Bs and others
M Аpartments is a cozy apartment in the center of the city located 150 meters from Olio Pizza. We have great B&B accommodation options, such as Ekaterininskaya Apartments with a room rate from 23US$. Galian Hotel is a great family hotel with a sauna, a Jacuzzi and hiking, which has beautiful views over the garden. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Boutique Hotel Palmira in Primorsky district, offering views of the sea.
Slavic at heart, Odessa confirms links to the Eastern Mediterranean.
That fact was called in to question not so long ago, yet Odessa proved to be a former Greek colony in ancient time through various foreign antiques found in the area. Once soaked in the maturity of Greek civilization, Odessa has never abandoned it carrying from the early Kievan Rus' prosperity and on to the Turkish presence during the Ottoman Empire.
Even today Odessa has history tugging at its sleeve and that makes it a charming city to explore. Be it the lap of luxuries or a room in cheap hotel in Odessa all are available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms on every hotel.
In the early times when Kievan Rus country served as a cradle of Slavs, empress Catherine the Great established a small seaport in 1794 that would later surpass all her expectations. From a backwater port to the wealthiest of Russian cities, Odessa became a center of international trade, industry, and science.
The forth within the Russian Empire after St. Petersburg, Moscow and Kiev, Odessa hasn't shifted its ground from the front line and nowadays it is still the largest seaport of Ukraine. In addition, the city takes a new role of a seacoast resort that greatly contributed to a population that has tripled to a number of 1.1 million people.
Its sun-baked beaches, mild climate with more than 290 days of sunshine and deep Black Sea waters attract tourists to Odessa's coastline year round and have earned the title of "Southern Palmira." If both sun and sand are usual to seaside resorts, Odessa's optimistic vision is exclusive to the city.
The most atmospheric destination on the Black Sea shore, Odessa always was attractive playground to relocate for both the ordinary and the famous. Thus, along with European merchants such famous personalities as writer Bunin and poet Pushkin made a home in Odessa.
The Odessans are still proud of their cultural heritage as the city has opera, ballet theater, historical museums and astronomical observatory housed in the area.
Museum of Western and Eastern Art, the most interesting art collections all treasured there including paintings by Aivazovsky and Caravaggio
Literature museum traces more than 100 years of Odessa's role in literature
Maritime museum offers a history of Marine Fleet on display
Picture gallery, a former palace of Prince Pototskiy and today features a huge collection of Russian artist paintings
Archaeology museum houses antiques and set around the corner from the literature museum
You can book a hotel a stone's throw from any of these attractions if you consult interactive map of Odessa hotels exclusive to Booked.net.