It’s been a long time since I pleased you with new hotel reviews. And today a review about our short stay at the hotel Ternopil and not just a review, but an explanation of why I so rarely stay in hotels in Ukraine.
I booked this hotel on Booking, arriving there, I was surprised by the question at the reception: why are you using Booking, it would be better to call us 🙂 Well, yes, of course, calling is much more convenient than making a reservation online 🙂
The hotel building itself is a representative of terrible Soviet architecture: in the lobby, in the corridors, and in the restaurant, there is the same terrible soviet design.
To get a renovated and a larger room, I chose a junior suite.
Entering such rooms, I always wondering how it was possible to make such a miracle, in this case pink 🙂
At the entrance we were pleased with the kitchenette with a kettle and utensils.
Further there is a living area with armchairs, a table and a TV.
In the bedroom area, there is a large bed with bedside tables, but the mattress was so hard and the pillows were strange that I almost couldn’t sleep.
Pros of the room:
– spacious renovated bathroom and good towels that were not scary to use
– two large windows with excellent views of the local lake
Breakfast was the cherry on top. And there seems to be a choice, but everything is either tasteless (like cottage cheese, pancakes) or cold (scrambled eggs, eggs, porridge). Cheese, sausage and other almost inedible, of the cheapest quality. Tea and coffee are also not so good.
Will I return to this hotel on my next visit to Ternopil? Definitely not. A lot of small private hotels have opened in the city, from which you can choose something.
Do I recommend this hotel? Probably not. Unless you want to feel Soviet times service and atmosphere 🙂