Podol Plaza is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Kiev, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Podol Plaza Hotel, visitors can check out Landscape Alley (0.5 mi) and National Reserve Sophia Kievskaya (0.9 mi), some of Kiev's top attractions.
Rooms at Podol Plaza offer air conditioning, a minibar, and blackout curtains providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Podol Plaza, free parking is available.
If you like pubs, Podol Plaza Hotel is conveniently located near Palata №6, Barmandictat, and Shato Robert Doms.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular natural history museums, such as St. Michael's Cathedrale and National Museum of Natural History.
Enjoy your stay in Kiev!
Excellent location, very friendly staff, nice breakfast, very reasonnable price. The only problem here would be the noise: in the rooms facing the street you will experience the daily loud and heavy trembling of the tram (from 5 AM!!) and in the yard rooms you could hear the permanent buzzing sound of the AC system (but this should depend on the location of the room - so check first!).
We arrived in the middle of the night and were convinced the taxi driver had made a mistake when he pulled up to this wall of graffitti in a dark rather quiet street, apart from occasional rumbling trams. The street entrance was deceivingly low key, but once inside we were greeted at reception. We were advised of a daily "tax" supplement which was about £1 I think so we dutifully paid for that day. Location was great. Breakfast had plenty of choice and staff were helpful. Our shower plumbing was precarious...every time you reached the desired water temperature there was a banging shaking of the pipes and you hoped pipes would sustain 3 minutes of power. We easily walked to shops,restaurants, St Andrews walk and up to St Andrews church. We were fascinated by the market stalls along the way with military items, cameras , currency from all over the world, ghetto items, cameras etc. We were told the local trams were for local residents taking them to the suburbs. We used the underground system which was easy enough and 3 mins walk from the hotel. …
The wife and I stayed for one night in this lovely hotel in the Podil district of Kiev, which is perfect location to start walking and discovering the main sightseeing spots of the city, such as the church of Saint Andrew or Santa Sophia's cathedral. It's a safe location, the staff is very friendly and useful and there's plenty of places to eat in the surroundings. Breakfast a la carte, ais also very good.
I stayed here for four nights in May and I was really pleased with my choice. The hotel is excellently located in the historic Podil district and is very well served by public transport. I arrived at Boryspil airport and took the airport express [40mins, £2.50] to Kyiv-Pasazhyrskyi station. From there I transferred to the metro [Vokzalna], travelled three stops to Khreshchatyk/Maidan Nezalezhnosti [Line 2] and then two more stops to Kontraktova Ploshcha [25p] which is a two minute walk from the hotel. Kontraktova Ploscha is a transport interchange and during my trip I was able to get to all the main sights by public transport for only 25p per journey. The hotel itself is in a beautifully restored late-nineteenth century building. The room was well-appointed, clean and tidy. The restaurant served a decent breakfast each morning. I had a room at the front of the hotel which I liked but some people may be disturbed by the sound of trams rattling past early in the morning and late at night. It didn’t bother me and, if it would bother you, I’d suggest you just ask for a room at the back. There are numerous bars and restaurants nearby [including the superb Kanapa] and the hotel is a five minute walk from the bottom of the historic Andriivs’kyi Descent. There is also a supermarket on the far side of Kontraktova Ploshcha. I would definitely stay here again if I visit Kyiv.…
I stayed with some friends at the Podol Plaza. The room was nice and clean and the bed comfortable. The best thing to me though was having a mikvah, shul and restaurant all in one place. No need to drive around town looking for these. The entire area is within a gated area so that was a plus.