Do you need a hostel located in the city centre? But in a quiet place near the most famous sights in Kiev? Are you eager for a clean private room and good service? Would you like to stay close to St Michael's and St. Sophia's Squares? And the most important thing: no overpaying? Then come to us. Choose your room right now and book!
DiscoverKyiv is located in the beautiful place of Kiev, in the center, but it is quiet! There are lots the most remarkable sights concentrated around the hostel. You can walk to them. We offer private rooms and apartments.
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All of the three represented listings are situated in a historical building, built in 1877 by a famous Ukrainian architect Volodymyr Nikolaev. It preserved the peculiar charm of 19th century architecture and combined it with modern convenience and design; you can rely on both the looks from the outside and the interior planning. All rooms are freshly renovated and fully equipped.
We can arrange transfer from the airport (30 EUR) or train station (15 EUR) if needed.
If you arrive into Boryspil airport:
the easiest way is to take a SkyBus to Central Train Station. There you can reach Vokzalna metro station and go straight to Khreshchatyk station. Where you change the line to Independence Square station and from the Independence Square you can simply reach the house on foot. (you can check the map below)
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Do not ever consider staying in an apartment run by DiscoverKiev. I am an experienced traveller and I have never encountered such a disorganized mess of a business in my life. Once you enter one of their apartments you are basically on your own to fix any problem while they promise service. The men who run this business are corrupt and dishonest, appear to be friendly, speak rudly to women on the phone, operate a collection of apartments through an office that is impossible to find, have facilities in which absolutely no electrical devices work, have water dripping over electric lines in the bathroom, and constantly try to wring every cent from you while they smile and promise to fix all the problems. Rules change at the drop of a hat. They are unfortnately the stereotypical Ukrainian corrupt businessmen one hears about all the time. Nothing is true, all they want is your money, and one fears what might be their next dirty decision. They make a nice woman Katya do their dirty correspondence for them. They are strong arm types with no real interest in honesty. Maybe you think I am a fussy American--not true. I have relatives in Ukraine and know the country well and like it--but not these guys.If you think this is not true write to Professor Peter White at Plwhite@unm.edu. DiscoverKiev gives Ukraine a bad name-you will regret having anything to do with DiscoverKiev. You will discover the dark side.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
I think it is a perfect place for a couple or a little group. the hostel is located in historical centre near Andriyivskyy Descent. we needed 15 minutes to get Khreshchatyk. nearby there is the ukrainian cuisine restaurant "Puzata hata" where you can eat tasty and not expensive food.
Guys, Lesha and Igor, are nice and pleasant boys, they can help you if you need help.
I really enjoyed Kiev and Demievsky was a good place to stay! if you want more, write me and I will help you: firstname.lastname@example.org
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