This Hotel was nice. The bed was comfortable, and the staff was great. This was my first time being outside the States and I thought I would have a hard time here. But I was very wrong, the staff talked to me in English as much as they could, and I never felt uncomfortable around any of them. Now the rooms was great the one I was in was a little small and I didn't have a refrigerator, and the bathtub was a little small. I am not really complaining though because I am a simple person who is happy with a bed I can get in and fall asleep with no problems. So to all the people who work at Teatralny Hotel in Zaporozhye, Ukraine I just want to say thank you.
Eric from Highland Heights, KY, USA
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Zaporozhye History Museum, Zaporizhia City Children Botanical Garden, and …More
This "hotel" is a conversion of a motor cycle club HQ. It is accessed via an earth/mud road which forms part of the access to an elevated motorway/freeway construction site. The new motorway/freeway is virtually over the 'hotel'
I was greeted by two men who appeared to me to have no knowledge of hotel-keeping #but may know a lot about motorcycles#
I was meeting some friends who had yet to arrive #both female#. I realised that they would not even make it past the access way on the earth road before they took off for somewhere they would find more suitable.
I did ask to see the rooms and they seemed very nice and this is worth noting!!
But I did not even check-in. I headed back down the earth road to the highway and back into town.
And, yes, I do realise that diffefrent towns and different countries have hotels in places others may think strange #I know this as I have travelled a lot# but this was right off the page.
I am sure when the new motorway/freeway is finished the noise from the traffic passing overhead will add to the ambience.
Runone from Gold Coast, Australia
Situated near the beach in Zaporozhye, this hotel is close to Khortytsya Cultural Center, Slavutych Arena and Voznesenovskiy …More