Hotels in Crimea
Travel to crimea - hotels booking, transfers, private tours and excursions in Crimea and Ukraine
Yalta & Big Yalta area
Most of Yalta hotels have good location, since the strip of land between the mountains and the sea is quite narrow. If one is keen on a room with the sea view, one has to consider...
Sevastopol & Balaklava
In fact Sevastopol consists of numerous settlements sprawling around the bays. The central part of the city is located within the quadrangle limited by the Lenin Street, Prospect Nakhimova and Bolshaya Morska Street, and probably the best hotels are located within that area...
Balaklava is the most remote suburb of Sevastopol. It is a nice town with the beautiful promenade.
Sometimes tourists overestimate the importance of Simferopol. Certainly, the main airport and the train station are there. But one can easily pass it by, as the distances from the Crimean capital to the resort cities and towns are not too long. It takes 1 or 2 hours or sometimes 3 hours to get to the main attractions on the coasts.
Alushta is a well known resort city of the Crimea, Ukraine. It is located in the southern coast of the Crimea peninsula on the highway from Simferopol to Yalta. We offer three hotels in Alushta. All of them were constructed in late 1990s.
Most of Sudak hotels have good location, since the town is small and the distance towards the sea is not long. Most visitors arrive from Ukraine and Russia. Western tourists are rare. English is not widely spoken even at the hotels.
Feodosiya is a popular resort city. It has beaches, mineral springs, and mud baths, and is famous for its sanatoria and rest homes.
Today a tourist can find a few decent small hotels or bed and breakfast places in Bakhchisaray. The prices for accommodation are lower than, e.g., in Sevastopol or Yalta.
Tourism is not the forte of the city of Kerch, because of the former Soviet industrial concept. In a way, this is an advantage, as hotels are cheap. Yet, the situation changes.