Odesa

24 Jun 2019 - 25 Jun 2019

2 guests - 1 room

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We've found that the best peer-reviewed affordable hotels in Odesa include some of its best-known properties, including Black Sea Hotel Rishelievskaya, Black Sea Hotel Park Shevchenko and UNO Design Hotel.


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And if you're looking for something to do nearby, we can also tell you which hotels are nearest to major Odesa sights like Памятник основателям Одессы (Екатерине ІІ Великой, де Рибасу, де Волану, Потемкину, Зубову), Vorontsov Palace or Памятник Исааку Бабелю.


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What are travellers saying about Odesa?

9.8
Nightlife Lovers
9.6
Art & Design Lovers
9.0
Adventure Travellers
9.0
History Buffs
9.0
Backpackers
Member reviews (58)
Stephen Bugno
Stephen BugnoAnchorage
16/03/2014

Odessa's position on the Black Sea has defined its role as commercial port, a fun-loving seaside resort, and an exotic escape for the former Russian Empire, former-USSR, and now Ukraine. The broad tree-lined avenues and architectural mix of Baroque, Art Nouveau, and other styles lend the city a foreign-feel. Odessites are different from the rest of Ukrainians. Most identify with their city first, before country. Although it feels older, Odessa's history only goes back some 200 years. In its past, opportunity and relaxed laws attracted a diverse mix of ethnic groups and religions. Today, the city is majority Russian-speaking. There are a few good museums, monuments, and beaches around town, but the real draw of Odessa is simply strolling the broad avenues, sitting in the parks, feeling the sea breezes; enjoying the essence of the city and its people.

Branden Nettles
Branden NettlesByron
06/01/2017

Odessa was great i had an excellent time there. All the food i ate there was amazing. The streets were dirty and messed up then thats not what i was used to ,plus this was my first real experience out of the country. The cab service is excellent they are there in flash. I was taken back when i went to swim in the black sea, when i had to pay to go to the beach. I had to literally pay for everything towel ,chair and to swim. Then again i was used to something else . Over an all i had a really good time there and the clubs are amazing..

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford
06/01/2017

This is an unexpected jewel on the Black Sea. The city has a very Parisian flair. It is easy to walk around after conquering the Potemkin Steps (Primorsky Stairs). The weather was unseasonably cold during our visit - cold air from Siberia but it was still worth being there and we would like to come back to visit longer.

Chad Phares
Chad PharesLayton
06/01/2017

I loved Odessa. It is a quaint city is very walkable and includes a lot of interesting things to see and do. The cobblestone streets are lit up in the evening, giving the city a festive atmosphere any time of the year. I was there in September and it felt like Christmas. The nice thing about Odessa is they speak Russian there -- not Ukrainian, so it was way easier for me to communicate.

FAQs

The least expensive month is November, with an average of £ 25 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Odesa is August, with an average price of £ 60 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was £ 32 per night. This is 15% less than the average nightly price of £ 37 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Odesa, the expected average temperature in June is 20.0°C/68.0°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 28.3°C/82.9°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -3.8°C/25.2°F.
The nearest airport to Odesa is Odesa Central (ODS) (4.25 miles).

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