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Soviet refurbished splendour

This "Stalinland" building (there are more of them in Moscow) is an example of Soviet art-nouveau... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2018
MyselfKN
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Israel
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Do walk inside: more than you expect!

Staying by Kievskaja I went on a little walk in the neighborhood. It was surprising to see how many... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2018
Drazsika
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Budapest
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Reviewed 27 September 2018 via mobile

This "Stalinland" building (there are more of them in Moscow) is an example of Soviet art-nouveau, exactly as Empire State Building in NYC. Today it locates the splendid hotel Radisson Ukraina. We strolled inside admiring the shining halls and then took the elevator to floor 29, where a nice cafe-restaurant gives a amazing view to the City, a modern sky-scrapers area and Moscow's river banks. Then, another elevavator took us at 33 th floor, where you have a 360 degrees view of Moscow. The access is free if you order some simple drink or coffee at one of the bars (not expansive by western standards). The staff is very polite and helpful. Unfortunately, we had no time to see the same view in the evening. The bars are open till late. Highly recommended.

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed 27 July 2018 via mobile

Staying by Kievskaja I went on a little walk in the neighborhood.
It was surprising to see how many places were named after Ukraine / its history, people.
Hotel Ukraine, one of the "seven sisters" looked like a glamorous, beautifully done / redone palace.
What made my visit great though was the unexpected find of a Kremlin and Red Square model (1:75?) with a ~15 min. commentary on the buildings and area.
When I visited the next day it already felt a bit familiar.
Nice: a little bit of serendipity

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Drazsika
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Reviewed 18 July 2018

I have had breakfast in the Ukraine before, about four years ago, so I know of its glamour, delights and people-watching. Here is the future of the world. Russians, Chinese, Siberians, even Americans, these are the people who will determine the future for us.

It's not cheap, but that's the attraction. From the sprawling diorama of Moscow situated adjacently to the hotel bar/restaurant, this is Russia at its zenith.

Of course, the service is arrogant and 'French', but who cares? I was here for the World Cup and FIFA had its central operations here, so the bustle was awesome.

My son and I enjoyed blinis, eggs and coffee as we watched the world go by. Apparently there is an observation platform here that offers panaromic views of Moscow, but we were happy with the lobby diorama.

I'll be here again for sure, although the World Cup is unlikely to be held here any time soon.

Recommended experience.

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Monty M
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Reviewed 27 June 2018

this is an awesome building. it is a must see in moscow, i spent time in the lobby and there is a minature moscow to be seen there. its a beautiful masterpiece. from outside till you get into places within the hotel you behold elegance all the way.
Have a drink and awe at the beauty that is Moscow from thr viewing spot at the top of the Hotel. i was glad i did

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Jeffrey O
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Reviewed 17 April 2018

This is a place where you can feel true history feeling. Hotel Ukraine is also known as being part of the famous seven sisters, a series of skyscrapers all built in Stalinist style. Book a room with river view and you will not regret it!

Date of experience: January 2018
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