Review: Trek Domane 4.5 – A High-End Frame and Smart Build Kit
While many brands have introduced “endurance” road bikes over the last few years, few have taken the idea to quite the extreme as Trek.
Trek Domane 4.5 – A High-End Frame and Smart Build Kit
The Domane was developed with considerable input from Swiss pro cyclist Fabian Cancellara , who is known for his steam-engine riding style, using his massive power output to crush cobblestones in the fabled Spring Classics. He is said to enjoy the bike so much that he rides it year-round, even in the Tour de France, choosing it over Trek’s racier Madone model.
The frame features the intriguing IsoSpeed decoupler , an ingenious system that separates the seat tube from the top tube and seatstays, and allows the seat tube to flex and pivot at the mounting point. If you stand next to the bike and put your weight on the saddle, you can see the seat tube flex slightly, but while riding it is imperceptible until you hit a bump.
A High-Performance Machine
Make no mistake: IsoSpeed is not a suspension system, and this is still a high-performance machine. If you’re expecting something akin to a suspension seatpost, think again. The frame’s ride quality is distinctly carbon—a muted road feel with less of that high-frequency vibration you feel from some aluminum frames, but still generally stiff.
Iso Speed makes itself most noticeable when crossing railroad tracks or other high-speed, sharp impacts that would normally require you to lift or shift your weight on the saddle to avoid being bounced. Not having to do that means you can keep your cadence smooth and the power high. The system seems so extreme some might think it’s a gimmick, but I’m convinced. Trek is as well—the technology will soon be adapted to its line of hardtail mountain bikes .
At the other end of the bike, the fork deserves some of the credit. It was developed with an asymmetrical steerer tube that is slightly thicker side-to-side than front-to-back, giving it a touch of compliance, but it never felt soft or shuddering.
The difference between the Domane 4.5 and the higher-end models is in the stiffness of the carbon fiber itself, and that this version uses a standard 27.2mm seat post rather than a seatmast that is integrated into the frame. I actually prefer the standard post, as it can be swapped for countless alternatives and provides an easy spot to clamp the bike in a work stand.
Trek’s DuoTap Hidden Speed
Other frame details include a spot for Trek’s DuoTap hidden speed and cadence sensor, an integrated chain guide to eliminate dropped chains and more generous tire clearance than most frames. It also has removable fender eyelets, so you can keep the clean look if you’re not using them. For an even smoother ride, you can ditch the tubes and set up the Bontrager Race wheels tubeless—another technology that is easy to dismiss until you try it.
It would be a mistake to write off the Domane as a “comfort” bike for weekend warriors. Despite accommodations for a smooth ride, it is as stiff and race-worthy as I could ask. Yet the slightly longer wheelbase makes it extremely stable, and it’s one of the few bikes I’ve ever plunged downhill at 40mph with a crosswind while still feeling relaxed. The fit adds to the comfort factor, as the slightly taller head tube gives you a more head’s-up position than Trek’s race bikes. Paired with a set of shallow-drop Bontrager handlebars , I felt great in each of the riding positions, an essential element of a long, comfortable ride.
Domane: Initial Acceleration is Direct and Instant
The adage “laterally stiff and vertically compliant” has gone beyond cliché to become something of a running joke in road bike circles. The notion that a bike can be a stiff-as-heck race machine and still be comfortable over rough pavement on long rides is not unlike a unicorn—a magical beast that surely can’t exist. But on the Domane, initial acceleration is direct and instant, with the massive, squared down tube and BB90 bottom bracket all but eliminating lateral flex.
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Back in Issue #16 I reviewed the Volagi Liscio, which also features an unusual seat tube arrangement—the seatstays bypass the seat tube and connect to the top tube. While the Liscio was smoother than the Domane in a straight line, it can’t compete with the Domane in terms of power transfer and handling accuracy. The Domane makes no sacrifices in these areas.
The Shimano Ultegra build kit performed flawlessly, as I expected. The compact crankset paired with an 11-28-tooth cassette offers tons of range for tackling the steepest pitches. The 105-level brake calipers offer power to spare, as a single finger is often enough to bring the bike to a stop.
Hitting the street for less than $2,800, the Domane 4.5 struck me as a steal, considering the high-end frame technology and the smart build kit. While it will likely be pitched to riders looking for a high-performance ride for centuries and gran fondos, the Domane is a race bike at heart that won’t beat you up on the weekdays.
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Trek Domane 4.5 Disc First Look Review
Update: April 2016 , Trek have announced the new Domane SLR, you can see what’s new and different here: http://girodilento.com/treks-new-domane-slr-key-points/
Trek have been kind enough to send me a Domane Disc to review and it’s a bike I’ve been looking forward to riding. It’s the first time I’ve tried the Domane with it’s now well known IsoSpeed Decoupler, designed to soften the ride over rough surfaces whilst still ensuring sufficient stiffness and responsiveness in all riding conditions. The 4.5 Domane Disc I’m riding also has what I expect to be a fantastic spec in the form of Shimano’s excellent R685 hydraulic disc brakes, combined with Shimano’s well proven Ultegra 6800 mechs front and rear.
Top tube detail
The Domane Disc I’ve been sent to try also features through axles front and rear for greater stiffness, with in this case a 142x12mm rear axle and a 15mm front. By combining the post mount disc brakes with the through axles the result offers, according to Trek, maximum stiffness, steering precision and rigidity – something my 68kg weight and skinny legs will find difficult to prove to be frank. It’ll be interesting to ride them none the less, as they might well make a difference that I can notice in cornering and descending.
IsoSpeed Fork and cable routing details…
The IsoSpeed fork is another interesting aspect of the Domane design with a curve and shape designed to increase compliance and smooth the ride quality, with a dropout design and positioning to “optimise wheelbase”. Given the smoothness effect the IsoSpeed Decoupler offers in the seat tube, the fork has a challenge of providing an equivalent enough smoothness through the front of the bike so that the ride feels balanced between front and rear.
Plenty of rear tyre clearance. Shod with 25mm as standard
The Domane features Trek Endurance geometry but this is not a sit up and beg sportive bike, it’s still designed to be fast enough to race. Fabian Cancellara loves his and seems to do pretty well on them. In the 56cm size I’m riding the stack height is only 7mm higher than the Kinesis TK3/4S that I used to own, or 1.4cm higher than Trek’s H2 geometry. The stack height is just over an inch higher (27mm) than on my “race” bike. The point I’m trying to make is that it’s not a super high front end and it’s designed for endurance racing/riding over rough surfaces whilst looking after you and your back. Yes, it’s higher than an out and out smooth surface race bike but it’s quite a bit lower than a Specialized Roubaix (which is 15mm higher again in a 56cm) and for most of us, higher is most likely better than lower for comfort over long rides. One of the upsides of a higher front end is you don’t need any spacers and I’ve already rearranged the stack on the bike I have to test.
Also big clearances for tyres under the front fork
The 4 Series Domane is made from Trek’s 400 series OCLV carbon. In simple terms this is towards the entry end of Trek’s carbon range and the next step up for disc bikes would be the Domane Disc 6.2 which costs £1,700 more as a result of the more expensive 600 Series OCLV carbon and a few other spec upgrades. The more expensive OCLV variants offer lighter, stiffer and more compliant frames according to the information on Treks own site but perhaps lose the bang for buck of this 400 series bike.
Downtube view into bottom bracket… chunky!
For those of you interested in weight, this bike (size 56cm) straight of the box weighed 8.95kgs on my ebay scales of semi-truth and 9.35kgs with my pedals, a bottle cage and Garmin mount. It’s not light, there’s no hiding from that and there are a number of other Domane options including the 5.2 at around the same price that weigh quite a bit less ( circa 1.5kgs).
However, even for a lightweight like me, weight isn’t everything, it’s getting out on the road and riding it that’s key. Working out how the bike feels through the seat of your pants.
In the flesh, I really like the look of the bike. The matt carbon with red highlights works really well and personally I’ve already been won over to the look of disc bikes. Some of my riding companions have been less effusive (I’m being diplomatic) about the look, particularly of the rotors and disc brakes – especially at the front of the bike. Me, I like it, but I know that’s also influenced by the time I’ve already spent riding the Shimano disc brakes and I think they perform fantastically.
Front Shimano disc brake and rotor
The specification of the bike is solid, with good dependable kit and components from the bars and stem down to the tyres (25mm by the way, although there’s loads of clearance for 28mm or perhaps even wider). You can tell this is a bike designed and specced to last well, from the through axles to the choices of most components. Strength, toughness and durability are, to me, writ large on the spec sheet. It’s a bike that in just looking at, you know that you’ll break well before it will. It’s a bike that looks like it’s ready smash some cobbles or what we call road surfaces in the UK in this age of Austerity (some local roads make Flanders cobbles look good).
Initial riding impressions:
In action on the Domane Disc 4.5
I’ve put in a couple of rides on the Domane 4.5 Disc so far, totalling in around 150km. So these observations are first impressions only and I’ll write more once I’ve got more time in the saddle.
This is definitely a smooth bike, you still feel the big hits when you ride over rough surfaces and potholes (and I’ve aimed for quite a few so far), but the impact is definitely dulled and more by the rear than the front. That being said the fork still does an impressive job of smoothing rough surfaces.
There’s no question either about the IsoSpeed Decoupler, it works, you can feel the seatpost move a little as you ride across rough ground and it definitely makes for a more comfortable ride. The movement is just enough to not make it feel like it’s too much or that your position is shifting too far. Obviously when you get out the saddle, the bike feels very stiff as you’d expect as you remove the impact of the IsoSpeed Decoupler.
The disc brakes and through axles give a real feeling of solidity and strength through the platform and seem to work well together.
Ultegra mechs, 105 cassette and chain with non-series R500 compact cranks
Ultegra mechanical works as well as you’d expect and is easy to adjust, should you need to. The brakes are fantastic unsurprisingly but I’ve had some pinging from one of the rotors coming out of bends, so I think I’m going to need to tweak the front disc brake position a touch.
The bars are comfortable as is the Bontrager Bar tape, the saddle perhaps a touch overpadded for me, has been absolutely fine to ride so far.
The wheels, whilst not super light roll wheel and are shrugging off me riding them over most of the roughest ground I can find. The tyres too, whilst far from the top of the range that Bontrager make ride nicely and grip well.
The only negative thing I can find to say so far is that at 9.3kgs all in, for me, the bike doesn’t feel especially spritely or snappy as the relatively heavy build dulls the performance a touch. That being said I did manage a gold time on a sportive on the first ride but I found the extra weight over some of my lighter bikes felt like it made it a little harder to ride fast. Heavier bikes of course bring more training benefit and as I said, weight’s not everything.
Early impression are that the Trek Domane 4.5 Disc is a smooth, comfortable and strong bike, that’ll shrug off whatever poor road surfaces you encounter. However, it’s carrying a little extra weight compared to some of the rest of the Domane family and this has an impact on liveliness and the general feeling of the bike on the road.
I’m off to get more mileage in and will write more once I have.
Any questions, please let me know and thanks for reading.
You can find out more about the Domane Disc 4.5 here: http://www.trekbikes.com/uk/en/bikes/road/endurance_race/domane/domane_4_5_disc_compact/
Another view of the bottom bracket area and rear tyre clearance
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The Trek Domane 4.5 Disc Road Bike is a new offering from Trek for 2016 featuring a specifically designed fork and frame to accommodate for disc brakes, providing reliable, modulated stopping power whatever the weather conditions, with a minimum weight penalty.
These features combined with the IsoSpeed Decoupler and endurance geometry and fit of the Domane ensure blistering speed, incredible race comfort and stability, whether on the punishing pavé of Flanders and Roubaix or riding around your challenging home town terrain.
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Trek Domane 4.5 Disc Road Bike 2015
The Trek Domane 4.5 Disc Road Bike is new for 2015 and features Trek's Endurance geometry, a nice balance between an outright race position and a more relaxed one. The Endurance fit, makes it one of the most versatile road bikes on the market. Finished with the Shimano Ultegra 11-spd drivetrain, Shimano R685 Hydraulic Brakes, Bontrager Affinity Comp Tubeless Ready Wheelset, Bontrager R2 Hard-Case Lite Tyres and Bontrager Paradigm 3 saddle the new Domane 4.5 Disc will deliver on all levels.
The Domane 4.5 Disc Road Bike may be new for 2015 but the Domane range has been used for a number of seasons by many professional athletes as well as teams such as Trek Factory Racing and MTN Qhubeka. The range is renowned for being lightweight and tough and stiff yet still offering a comfortable ride. No wonder this in the preferred model for the king of cobbles, Fabian Cancellara.
IsoSpeed technology in the frame allows the seat tube to rotate independently from the top-tube-to-seat stay junction, increasing vertical compliance to twice that of the nearest competitor, without compromising pedalling efficiency. The IsoSpeed fork has a generous ride-tuned sweep with the shape increasing compliance for a smoother ride, and unique dropout placement optimising the wheelbase while an extra curve above the dropout in the swept-leg design creates a smaller angle to the direction of road vibrations. This angle increases fore/aft compliance, better positioning the fork leg to absorb road force rather than transmitting it straight to the rider. The fork lateral stiffness has also been increased maximising both smoothness and control. Both aspects resulting in a bike that you can ride faster for longer.
Power Transfer Construction ensures you get the most out of every pedal stroke by optimising the head tube, down tube, bottom bracket and rear wheel connection. The Domane 4.5 Disc Road Bike 2015 features an E2 head tube which tapers from a 1.5" lower bearing to a 1-1/8" upper bearing, and is wider side to side than front to back. This asymmetric steering system minimises weight while maximising power transfer and keeping the fork stiffer under cornering loads. Resulting in a more powerful and confident ride.
Also featured on the Domane 4.5 Disc is a 3S integrated chain keeper integrated directly into the bike frame. It's an elegant solution that provides flawless gear shifting even on rough roads and under heavy loads. No more standing on the side of the road, covered in grease, unwedging your dropped chain as competitors race by.
The Trek-exclusive carbon BB90 bottom bracket makes the frame lighter, stiffer, and quicker to accelerate. While discreet vanishing mudguard mounts accommodate full-coverage mudguards for added utility and DuoTrap compatibility sees the end of cable ties allowing you to seamlessly integrate a computer sensor into the frame to measure speed, distance, and cadence with no added aerodynamic drag. It works with all the major ANT wireless technology players, including Bontrager, Garmin, PowerTap, and SRM.
The brakes on the Domane 4.5 Disc are post mounted, which is the simplest, most efficient way to mount a brake calliper to your bike. Works great, reduces weight and delivers smooth all-weather stopping to your road bike.
Upgrades from Domane 4.3 Disc
- Shimano Ultegra 11-speed Drivetrain
- Shimano R685 Hydraulic Brakes
- Bontrager Affinity Comp Tubeless Ready Wheelset
- Bontrager R2 Hard-Case Lite Tyres
- Bontrager Paradigm 3 Saddle
- 400 Series OCLV Carbon frame
- Shimano R685 hydraulic brakes
- Race-Optimised Cable Routing
- Trek IsoSpeed decoupler
- Net Moulding
- Endurance fit and geometry
- Power Transfer Construction
- IsoSpeed Fork
- 15QR Front Axle
- 142x12 Rear Axle 35% stiffer than an open dropout design
- Post-Mount Disc Brake
- Vanishing mudguard mounts
- E2 Head Tube and Fork
- BB90 Bottom Bracket
- DuoTrap Compatible
- 3S Integrated Chain Keeper
FRAME 400 Series OCLV Carbon
FORK Trek IsoSpeed carbon disc, E2, 15mm thru-axle
HEADSET Integrated, cartridge bearings, sealed, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom
STEM Bontrager Race Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degree
HANDLEBAR Bontrager Race Blade VR-C, 31.8mm
HANDLEBAR TAPE Bontrager gel cork tape
FRONT BRAKE Shimano RS685 hydraulic disc, 160mm rotors
REAR BRAKE Shimano RS685 hydraulic disc, 160mm rotors
BRAKE LEVERS Shimano RS685 hydraulic
FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra 11-speed braze-on
REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra 11-speed
SHIFT LEVERS Shimano RS685 hydraulic 11-speed
CASSETTE Shimano 105 11-32 11-speed
CHAIN Shimano 105
CRANKSET Shimano RS500 50/34 compact BB90
**WHEELSET* Bontrager Affinity Comp Disc Tubeless Ready, 142x12 rear, 15mm front
TYRES Bontrager R2 Hard-Case Lite, 700x25c
SADDLE Bontrager Paradigm 3, chromoly rails
SEATPOST Bontrager Carbon, 2-bolt head, 27.2mm, 8mm offset
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2016 Trek Domane 4.5 Disc Compact
A carbon frame endurance bike with high-end components and hydraulic disc brakes.
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May 2017 · William Tracy
Trek's Domane crushes cobbles, sure. But on smooth blacktop it’s just as capable.
Apr 2017 · Marc Abbott
Trek's fat-tyred cobble-tamer has all the ingredients you need for a happy sportive experience
Oct 2016 · Henry Robertshaw
Slider down the side of seat tube lets you alter the ride quality
Comfortable on long rides
Great power transfer
Tyres cut easily
No adjustability on lower models
Sep 2016 · Ben Delaney
Extreme comfort, efficiency, Di2 shifting or hydraulic braking — pick four. Buy if you want the best endurance road bike on the market
A super-plush ride that doesn’t handle like a boat
Excellent Shimano hydraulic braking
Adjustable rear IsoSpeed
Tubeless-ready wheels and huge clinchers
It’s not light or cheap!
Apr 2016 · David Arthur @davearthur
The Domane just got even better. It's smoother and more comfortable than the original, and fast and fun as well
Mar 2015 · Matt Phillips
It's not perfect—just spectacular
As far as I’m aware, this is the first time I’ve ever been sent a bike for review that was originally purpose built for a pro race team. Right down to the frame sizing, the Trek Domane Classics edition is the same frame that was under the mighty Cancellara as he tackled the cobbles. As …
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MountainMonster wrote: Lovely looking bike! It will be a revelation riding with disc brakes. I've just ordered a new bike with discs and I can't wait for it to arrive.
bikingjohn wrote: MountainMonster wrote: Lovely looking bike! It will be a revelation riding with disc brakes. I've just ordered a new bike with discs and I can't wait for it to arrive.
Tognetta wrote: I have bought the exact same bike, and I am enjoying it a lot, despite my zero experience with road bikes. So far I have used it to train 2-3x during week days and sporadic urban trips. Pros: very confortable geometry, powerfull brakes (also in the rain), beautiful color choice, confortable stock saddle, good tyre clearence (maybe you can fit a cyclocross tyre in there, if you plan to ride on dirt roads) Cons: heavy (8,8kg without pedals), cable management a bit messy (specially the front brake, I would suggest Trek to go partially through the fork, simillar to what was done with the rear brake), paint gets dirty easy and it is harder to clean than regular paint jobs (glossy).
I was also considering to replace the wheelset due to its weight, but since I am not a pro, it will work for me until it wears out, maybe then road-disc-wheels will be available everywhere … New carbon bars, steam and crankset to save more weight only when I find a real good sale (60-70%)
onlybirdman wrote: @bikingjohn so with all the light weight parts, what final weight were you able to get the bike down to? I'm looking to buy the same bike, and just wondering what weight saving potentials are for this 4 series Domane disc.
Gethinceri wrote: I rode one yesterday, albeit a frame one size too big, it was a very comfortable and responsive ride but it felt awkwardly balanced and certainly heavier than I expected. Plus, noisy on the brakes!!! Not for me, thanks.
fletch62 wrote: @bikingjohn : In the picture of your fork it appears that there may be some rotor rub on the inside leg. Have you noticed this? I have a 6.2 Domane disc and have recently found the front rotor has rubbed in 2 spots, on the inside leg of the fork. Trek spec a 160mm rotor on the Domane, but Shimano recomend a 140mm with their brakes. The clearance is minimal at best between the top of the rotor and fork. I'm am only 81kg, so not the biggest rider, but if i can get enough flex to rub a steel rotor onto carbon fibre, i hate to think what bigger riders may do. My bike is as stock apart from different stem & bars. I have taken my bike back to the dealer, who has contacted Trek Australia, but have yet to hear back.
[url=http://www.bikeradar.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=19612033#p19612033]onlybirdman[/url] wrote: Just got my Domane 4.5 Disc frameset, here are the weights: Frame 54cm: 1543g - including: water bottle bolts, hangers for standard through axle, Duotrap dummy, cable stops, IsoSpeed decoupler - excluding: heat set, bottom bracket, seat collar, bottom bracket cable guide, rear brake cable rubber boot X 2. chain guide Fork, uncut: 536g - uncut, 13.6 inches of aluminum steerer tube - with standard through axle hardware I'll be converting it to QR since all my wheels are QR. The convertibility is one of the main reason I got this bike. The conversion kit is on its way I'll be building it up with: - R685 shifters and brakes - Ultegra 6800: front derailleur, rear GS derailleur, compact crank, SRAM 11-36 - Farsport 38 tubulars with Clement LAS (may not clear the rear...) - Shimano RX31 with Michelin Pro4 Endurance 28c
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The capital city of Kiev oblast .
Kyiv - Overview
Kyiv is the capital and the largest city of Ukraine located on the Dnieper River, in the north of the central part of the country. It is the largest cultural, political, socio-economic, transport, scientific, and religious center of Ukraine.
The city is the administrative center of the Kyiv region although it does not belong to it, being a separate administrative-territorial unit of Ukraine.
The population of Kyiv is about 2,952,000 (2021), the area - 847 sq. km.
The phone code - +380 44, the postal codes - 01001-06909.
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History of Kyiv
Archaeological excavations show that settlements on the territory of the Kyiv region existed already 15,000-25,000 years ago. According to legend, Kyiv was founded by three brothers Kyi, Shchek, and Khoryv and their sister Lybid as the center of the Polyan tribe and named in honor of the older brother in the middle of the 5th century AD. However, the exact date of the founding of Kyiv is not known.
At the end of the 9th century, Askold and Dir, who were either the guardsmen of the Varangian Rurik or the descendants of Kyi, reigned in Kyiv. In 882, the town was conquered by a relative of Rurik, Novgorod prince Oleg, who moved his residence there. From this moment Kyiv became the capital of Kievan Rus, a federation of East Slavic tribes.
In the beginning of the 11th century, according to the German Titmar Merseburgsky, Kyiv was a large town with 400 churches and 8 markets. Kyiv reached its “golden age” during the reign of Yaroslav the Wise in the middle of the 11th century. In the early 1070-ies, Adam Bremensky called it the rival of Constantinople.
Kyiv remained the real political center of Kievan Rus, at least until the death of Vladimir Monomakh and his son Mstislav the Great (1132). In the period of fragmentation, Kyiv formally continued to be considered the main center of Rus and was a permanent object of struggle between rival princes, which greatly weakened it. During the internecine wars of the 1230s, the town was repeatedly besieged and ruined.
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In 1240, Kyiv was captured and destroyed as a result of the Mongol siege, during which a large number of local residents were killed and many buildings were destroyed. Later, the Kyiv Principality continued to exist under the Mongol yoke, however, the town lost its importance as an economic, political, and religious center of the Russian lands, which further led to the rise of Moscow, the capital of the Moscow principality.
A new period in the history of Kyiv began with the victory of Lithuanians in the battle on the Irpen River, which occurred around 1324. The Grand Duke of Lithuania, Gedimin, defeated the army of the Grand Duke of Kyiv, Stanislav Ivanovich, and the Kyiv Principality fell into the sphere of influence of Lithuania.
From 1362 to 1569, Kyiv was part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, from 1569 to 1654, it was part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. In 1654, with the beginning of the Russian-Polish war, in the town there was an anti-Polish uprising and Kyiv passed under the influence of the Moscow tsar. It was officially confirmed in the Andrusov truce of 1667.
Since 1667, Kyiv continued to play an important role as one of the cultural and religious centers of the Russian state. At the end of the 17th century, the territory of the town was located only on the right bank of the Dnieper. The 18th century became the century of intensive development of Kyiv and the emergence of many of its architectural masterpieces. December 18, 1708, the Kyiv province was formed with the center in Kyiv. In 1811, one of the largest fires in the history of Kyiv occurred, more than 2,000 houses, 12 churches, 3 monasteries were destroyed.
Even after Kyiv ceased to be part of Poland, the Poles made up a considerable proportion of the town’s population, about 10%. Until the middle of the 18th century, the town was experiencing a significant influence of Polish culture. In 1834, to counter Polish cultural influence, the Imperial University of St. Vladimir (Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University today) was founded.
During the Russian industrial revolution of the late 19th century, Kyiv became an important center for trade and transport of the Russian Empire. This economic and geographical region specialized in sugar and grain exports by rail and along the Dnieper. In 1900, the city became a large industrial center with a population of about 250,000 people.
At that time, a large Jewish community arose in Kyiv. This was caused by the ban of Jewish settlements in the more eastern regions of the Russian Empire (for example, in Moscow and St. Petersburg). In 1892, the first electric tram line in the Russian Empire was opened in Kyiv. The sports field, the first stationary stadium in the Russian Empire, was built in 1912.
In 1911, while visiting the Kyiv Opera, the Russian Prime Minister Pyotr Stolypin was mortally wounded by the anarchist Dmitry Bogrov. In 1917-1920, power in Kyiv changed more than ten times. For a short time the city became the capital of an independent Ukraine. June 12, 1920, Kyiv became part of the Ukrainian SSR.
In 1934, the capital of the Ukrainian SSR was moved from Kharkiv to Kyiv. During the Second World War, in September 1941, Kyiv was surrounded by German troops and captured, more than 600,000 soldiers and commanders of the Red Army were taken prisoner.
In 1941-1943, Syretsky death camp was located in the area called ??Babi Yar. During the occupation, more than 100,000 inhabitants of Kyiv and prisoners of war were shot there. More than 100,000 young people were sent to Germany for forced labor. By the end of 1943, the city’s population decreased to 180,000. November 6, 1943, the capital of Soviet Ukraine was liberated by the Red Army.
After the war, it was decided to rebuild Khreshchatyk, the main street of Kyiv, preserving the configuration of the streets, but the buildings were built entirely new, in the style of the “Stalin Empire.” Kyiv remained the center of development of Ukrainian national culture. In 1960, the Kyiv metro began its work, the population of the city exceeded 1 million people.
In 1973, the construction of the Kyiv TV Tower was completed. In 1979, the city’s population was 2.12 million people. In these years, new residential areas appeared on the left bank of the Dnieper, the Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War was opened with a 62-meter statue of Motherland, which became one of the symbols of Kyiv.
April 26, 1986, despite the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, located about 100 km north-west of the city, festive celebrations and demonstrations were held in Kyiv, timed to the First of May. Information about it was concealed to avoid panic among the population.
Since August 24, 1991, Kyiv is the capital of independent Ukraine. November 22 - December 26, 2004, Kyiv was the place of the so-called Orange Revolution - mass protests on the Independence Square against falsification of the results of the presidential elections. As a result, Victor Yushchenko became the president of Ukraine.
In 2005 and 2017, Kyiv became the venue for the 50th and 62nd Eurovision Song Contest. In 2012, it was one of four Ukrainian cities that hosted the European Football Championship 2012.
In late 2013 and early 2014, Kyiv became the place of the main events of EuroMaidan - a massive multi-month protest, which began in response to the suspension of preparation for signing an association agreement between Ukraine and the European Union. These events led to the resignation of the pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovych. Ukraine has adopted a policy of active rapprochement with the European Union and the severance of ties with Russia.
March 11, 2016, in Kyiv, 79 boulevards, streets, squares, and lanes were given new names under the law on decommunization.
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Kyiv or Kiev
In Slavic languages, the second vowel in the name of this city varies considerably. In Russian, it is called “Kiev”. And since it was part of the Russian Empire and the USSR for a long time, the Russian name of the city was used in non-Slavic languages as well and in English, the name Kiev became generally accepted.
After Ukraine gained independence, the authorities ordered to use the Ukrainian names despite the established traditions. This affected, in particular, the English name of Kiev, a new name of the city appeared - Kyiv.
Kyiv - Features
Kyiv is the seventh most populous city in Europe after Istanbul, Moscow, London, St. Petersburg, Berlin, and Madrid. Due to its importance as the historical center of Rus, it is also known as “the mother of Russian towns”.
This city is located in the northern part of Ukraine, relatively close to its center. In general, the climate is moderately continental with mild winters and warm summers. The average temperature in January is about minus 3.5 degrees Celsius, in July - plus 20.5 degrees Celsius.
Among the characteristic features of Kyiv is a large number of green plantations. One of the symbols of the city is a chestnut leaf. Forests, parks, and gardens make up more than half of Kyiv’s area, about 80,000 hectares.
Kyiv is a major transport hub (railways and highways, river port, airports). The city has a metro, bus, trolleybus, tram networks, and even a funicular. The international airport “Boryspil”, located about 30 km southeast of Kyiv in the town of Boryspil, is the largest airport in Ukraine and the main international gates of the country. Navigation on the Dnieper is carried out nine months a year.
Kyiv is a large industrial center of Ukraine with enterprises of light and food industry, printing, pharmaceuticals, engineering, metallurgy, aircraft building. The services sector makes the main contribution to the local economy - transport and communications, small and wholesale trade, real estate, legal and financial services. The key growing sectors of the economy are retail trade, information technology, finance. An important role is played by the tourist business. Also there is a developed construction industry.
The city is one of the largest centers of science and education in Ukraine. There is a large number of higher and secondary special educational institutions, including several universities of international importance, in particular the three most prestigious universities of Ukraine: Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, Kyiv Polytechnic Institute named after Igor Sikorsky, and the National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”.
The City Day of Kyiv is celebrated on the last weekend of May.
Places of interest in Kyiv
Kyiv is a city rich in monuments of culture, architecture, and art. Dozens of museums and theaters are located here. The following are the most interesting sights.
Churches and Monasteries
Kyiv Pechersk Lavra . The oldest monastery of Rus, the main center of Russian Orthodoxy, an object of world cultural heritage under the protection of UNESCO. The monastery was founded by the Monk Anthony of Caves as a cave monastery in 1051. The Great Lavra Bell Tower (96.5 meters, 374 steps), built in 1731-1745, is open for visiting.
There are several museums on the territory of the Lavra: the Museum of Microminiatures of N. Syadristy, the Museum of Jewelry, the Museum of Ukrainian Folk Decorative Arts, the Museum of Books and Printing, the Museum of Theater, Music and Cinema (tickets are sold at the entrance to each museum). At the entrance to the Lavra there is a tour desk, guide books are available in different languages.
When visiting churches and caves, women should be in skirts below knees and with covered heads (at the entrance to the caves there is skirt rental). Lavrska Street, 15. Opening hours: 9:00-19:00 (in winter - 9:30-18:00).
St. Sophia’s Cathedral . The oldest surviving architectural monument of Rus, one of the largest Christian churches of its time. The cathedral was founded by the Kyiv prince Vladimir the Great in 1011. This grandiose building with a very complex structure was built by Byzantine masters after the model of St. Sophia’s Cathedral in Constantinople.
The present style of Ukrainian baroque appeared after the reconstruction carried out in the 17th century. Today, St. Sophia Cathedral has the status of a national reserve, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Around the cathedral you can find monastery buildings of the 17th-18th centuries. Volodymyrska Street, 24. Opening hours: 10:00-17:30.
St Andrew’s Church (1749-1754) - a beautiful Orthodox church in honor of the Apostle Andrew the First-Called, built in the Baroque style by the architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli on the Andriivs’kyi Hill. The church stands on the steep right bank of the Dnieper, over the historical part of the city - Podil. Down from it goes Andriivs’kyi Descent, connecting the upper city with the lower one. Andriivs’kyi Descent, 23. Opening hours: 10:00-19:00.
St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral (1862-1896) - a classic example of the Russian-Byzantine style in the church architecture. The height of the cross of the main dome is 49 meters. Since 1992, it is the main church of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyiv Patriarchate. Tarasa Shevchenko Boulevard, 20. Opening hours: 9:00-18:00.
St. Michael’s Vydubytsky Monastery - one of the first Kyiv monasteries, founded by the Kyiv prince Vsevolod Yaroslavich in the Vydubychi tract in the 1070s. It is located on the territory of M. M. Hryshko National Botanical Garden. Vydubyts’ka Street, 40.
St. Cyril’s Church - a unique monument of architecture and monumental painting founded by the Kyiv prince Vsevolod Olgovich in the first half of the 12th century. In the 17th-18th centuries, the church acquired the features of Ukrainian baroque. There are unique frescoes of the 12th century. Oleny Telihy Street, 12. Opening hours: 10:00-17.30. Day off: Friday.
St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Cathedral . The cathedral was built by the Kyiv prince Svyatopolk (Michael) Izyaslavich in the 12th century. It was dedicated to the Archangel Michael - the protector and patron of Kyiv. Almost completely destroyed under Soviet rule in 1934-1937, it was rebuilt in 1999. Triokhsviatytelska Street, 6.
St. Pokrovsky Convent . The main building of the convent is a magnificent cathedral of St. Nicholas (1911), designed by the architect V. Nikolaev in traditional forms of Old Russian architecture. This is the largest church in Kyiv (58x38 meters), which can accommodate more than 2 thousand people. The height of the 15-dome church reaches 64 meters. Bekhterevs’kyi Lane, 15.
St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Cathedral (1909). The cathedral was built by the order of the Catholic community of Kyiv and became one of the first buildings in the construction of which reinforced concrete was used - a new building material at that time. Two 60-meter towers in the style of medieval Gothic are richly decorated with sculptures of artificial stone. Since the Soviet times, the cathedral has been used as the House of Organ and Chamber Music. Today, it is National House of Organ and Chamber Music of Ukraine. In 1992, divine services have been resumed. Velyka Vasylkivska Street, 75.
St. Sofia’s Cathedral in Kyiv
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Feofaniya Park . This picturesque landscaped area with five lakes located on the southern outskirts of Kyiv has the status of a monument of landscape art. It is beautiful at any time of the year. Akademika Lebedjeva Street.
Botanical Garden named after N.N. Grishko . The garden occupies an area of about 130 hectares and shows the flora of different parts of Ukraine, the collection of plants has more than 10 thousand species. There is a greenhouse complex with exotic tropical and subtropical plants. The park is especially popular in spring, during the flowering of lilacs (more than 200 species). Tymiriazievska Street, 4. Opening hours: 8:00-21:00 (in winter - until dusk).
Khreshchatyy Park . This park located on a hill offers picturesque views of the Dnieper River and Kyiv. In the water tower (1877), there is the Water Museum. The building resembling a fairy-tale castle located nearby is a new building of the Kyiv Academic Puppet Theater (2005). Here you can also find the 60-meter Park Bridge (1912) known as the Bridge of Lovers - one of the most romantic places in Kyiv. Yevropeis’ka Square.
Pechersk Landscape Park (also known as Pevcheye Pole - “the field for singing”). The park is located on the slopes of the Dnieper on an area of 30 hectares, between the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra and the complex of the National Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War. Flowers exhibitions and music festivals are held regularly here. Opening hours: 9:00-21:00.
Ukraine in Miniature - a miniature models park located in a picturesque place near the center of Kyiv, on the Hydropark Island. Here you can see miniature models of the most famous sights of Ukraine. Brovarskyi Avenue, 9V. Opening hours: 10:00-19:00 (in summer), 10:00-17:00 (in winter).
Arboretum Syrets - a monument of landscape art located relatively far away from the center of Kyiv. This quiet park has an area of 6.5 hectares. It does not have its own entrance. To get to its territory, you need to go through the entrance of the agro-company “Kvity Ukraine”. Volodymyra Salskoho Street, 43. Opening hours: 10:00-17:00 (Saturday, Sunday: 10:00-16:00).
National Museum of Folk Architecture and Life “Pyrohiv” - one of the largest open-air museums in the world known for its picturesque rural landscapes and monuments of wooden architecture representing different regions of Ukraine. In total, there are more than 300 wooden buildings of the 17th-20th centuries. Pyrohiv village. Opening hours: 9:00-17:00. Day off: Wednesday.
National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War . This grandiose memorial complex was built in 1981. The colossal 62-meter statue of the Motherland (102 meters with the pedestal), made of special stainless steel, is one of the symbols of Kyiv. There is an an observation deck inside the statue. The museum has an interesting exhibition of military equipment and weapons. Lavrska Street, 27. Opening hours: 10:00-17:00. Day off: Monday.
Oleg Antonov State Aviation Museum of Ukraine - the largest technical museum in Ukraine, located near the airport “Zhulyany”. The museum has almost all main types of aircraft of the Soviet civil and military aviation. In total, the museum has more than 70 aircraft and helicopters, as well as missiles, weapons, engines. Medova Street, 1. Opening hours: 10:00-19:00 (in winter - 10:00-16:00).
National Museum of the History of Ukraine . In total, there are more than 700 thousand exhibits, which reflect all periods of development of society in Ukraine. In particular, there are archeological and numismatic collections, ethnographic collections, collections of weapons, monuments of decorative and applied art, manuscripts, old printed books, paintings and graphics. There is also a unique collection of Scythian gold. Volodymyrska Street, 2. Opening hours: 10:00-18:00.
National Art Museum of Ukraine - one of the oldest and largest museums in Ukraine with a unique collection of paintings and sculptures (about 40 thousand exhibits). Mykhaila Hrushevskoho Street, 6. Opening hours: 10:00-18:00. Days off: Monday, Tuesday.
National Museum of Natural Sciences of Ukraine . This museum in the center of Kyiv includes 5 museums: archaeological, geological, paleontological, zoological, and botanical. More than 30 thousand exhibits tell about the origin of the Earth, its structure and evolution, flora and fauna, as well as the history of material culture of tribes and peoples, who lived on the territory of Ukraine. Bohdana Khmel’nyts’koho Street, 15. Opening hours: 10:00-17:00. Days off: Monday, Tuesday.
Chernobyl Museum . The exposition is devoted to the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, which occurred in 1986. There are about 7 thousand exhibits: declassified documents, maps, photographs, special devices, personal belongings of liquidators, items from the exclusion zone. Also, there is a three-phase diorama “Chernobyl NPP before, during, and after the accident”. Khoryva Lane, 1. Opening hours: 10:00-18:00. Day off: Sunday.
Mikhail Bulgakov’s Museum . The museum is located in the so-called “house of Turbins”, where the writer lived from 1906 to 1919. Andriivs’kyi Descent, 13?. Opening hours: 10:00-18:00 (in winter 10:00-17:00). Day off: Wednesday.
Ukrainian Genocide Holodomor Memorial Museum . The memorial complex of the victims of Holodomor in Ukraine (1932-1933) is located in Vichnoyi Slavy Park. Opening hours: 10:00-18:00 (Thursday-Saturday - 12:00-20:00). Day off: Tuesday. Lavrska Street, 3.
House with Chimeras (1903) - one of the most extravagant buildings of the architect V. Gorodetsky (he lived in this house until 1920). The house is located on a steep slope, that’s why it has three floors on one side and six floors on the other. The facades are decorated with intricate sculptures on the themes of ancient myths and hunting. Bankova Street, 10.
National Opera of Ukraine (1898-1901) - one of the most famous opera and ballet stages of Europe. The building was constructed in the style of the French Renaissance. Volodymyrska Street, 50.
National Bank of Ukraine (1905) - a magnificent building in the style of the Italian Renaissance. On Wednesdays and Fridays, after 14:00, you can go on a tour to the Museum of Money, a preliminary written request is required. Instytuts’ka Street, 9.
House of the Weeping Widow (1907) - a mansion built in the Art Nouveau style. The facade is decorated with a sad woman’s face. During the rain, it looks as if she is crying. Hence the name of the mansion. Liuteranska Street, 23.
Mariyinsky Palace (1750-1755) - an impressive building in the Baroque style, one of the most beautiful palaces in Ukraine. Excursions are organized by the Museum of the History of Kyiv (Bohdana Khmel’nyts’koho Street, 7). Hrushevskoho Street, 5A.
Golden Gate (1037) - one of the few monuments of fortification of old Kyiv reconstructed for the 1500th anniversary of Kyiv in 1982. Volodymyrska Street, 40?. Opening hours: 10:00-18:00 (from May to September).
Volodymyr The Great Monument (1853) - the oldest sculptural monument in Kyiv, one of the symbols of the city located in Volodymyrska Hill Park. Volodymyrs’kyi Descent, 6.
Bohdan Khmelnytsky Monument (1888) - one of the oldest and most outstanding Kyiv monuments, another symbol of the city. Sofiyskaya Square.
Founders of Kyiv Monument (1982) - a monument to the legendary founders of Kyiv (three brothers Kyi, Shchek, and Khoryv and their sister Lybid) located in Navodnitsky park, on the bank of the Dnieper River.
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Other places of interest
Andriivs’kyi Descent - a historic street connecting the Upper Town with Podil (the Lower Town). This cobbled road twists steeply between old one and two-story houses. Here you can feel the spirit of old Kyiv. There are a lot of interesting places on this street: museums, theaters, art galleries, antique and gift shops, restaurants, and cafes.
Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) - the central square of Kyiv that has become the symbol of Ukrainian freedom. The main events related to the history of independent Ukraine took place here.
Khreschatyk Street - the main street of Kyiv, the most popular place for walks from the 19th century and to our days. On weekends and holidays Khreschatyk is turned into a pedestrian street. Concerts and other events are held here.
Peizazhna Alley - an alley located in the historical heart of Kyiv. The alley lies along the line of defense structures of the 10th-13th centuries. From here, from the elevation of the historical Upper Town, you can enjoy picturesque views of Podil. The alley is decorated by bizarre fairy-tale characters made by the sculptor Konstantin Skretutsky.
Kyiv Cableway . In 1905, this exotic rail transport directly connected the Upper Town with Podil. Today, it is a popular tourist attraction. Volodymyrs’kyi Descent, 3. Opening hours: 7:00-23:00 (on weekends - from 8:00, in winter - until 22:00).
Kontraktova Square . In the 13th-18th centuries, this square was the center of Kyiv and the main place for trade fairs. It is a picturesque historical place with a lot of architectural monuments. Here you can feel the spirit of old Kyiv.
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ibis Kyiv City Center is in the Shevchenko district, the center of ancient Kyiv once. Therefore, there are a lot of tourist attractions to visit: 1,5 km from the hotel, the Golden Gate, 2 km - Sofia's square, and across the street - the Volodymyrskiy cathedral. In 10 minutes walk you can reach the metro station "University," in 5 minutes - bus station. Around the hotel, you can find many museums and theaters, the National Ukrainian Opera, and a Shevchenko park.
The rooms in the hotel are equipped with air conditioning and fast Wi-Fi, the hotel has a 24-hour front desk, cozy bar with drinks and snacks, restaurant and 4 conference halls. Buffet breakfast is available from 7 am to 10:30 am. Thanks to its location close to the Universytet metro station and quick access to the city center, our hotel is the ideal place to explore Kiev. You can also visit many historical sites and museums.
ibis Kyiv City Center hotel is located close to main the attractions of the city. It is just not so far away from Central Railway station and University metro station.
The entire team of ibis Kyiv City Center hotel welcomes you to Kyiv. Take advantage of our location in the heart of the capital for visiting all of the main historic and modern sightseeing destinations.
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Federica Business - 1/28/2024 Confirmed reviews ALL
It was good coning back after the holidays and be welcome by the usual friendliness at reception (Violetta is super) and be able to rely on the usual quality of service during my stay. This time the room might have been slightly smaller than usual and there was a little problem with the draining of the water in the bathroom sink, but it was my responsibility not to report it and getting fixed (as certainly would have been). Appreciated my welcome drink at the restaurant and the calm, soothing ambience of the hotel. Always a pleasure being with you.
Dear Federica, We very much appreciate your comments regarding your stay at the ibis Kyiv City Center. It is always a pleasure to receive positive feedback. I will share your comments with our team. I am sure that this feedback will serve as an encouragement to all of our staff as we strive to continuously improve the quality of our services. Thank you again for sharing your experience, and we hope your next visit will be as pleasant as the previous one. Sincerely, Andrii SHYPOV - Front Office Manager h7…
Customer review rating 5.0/5
John P. Solo - 1/25/2024 Confirmed reviews ALL
Always delighted to stay here. Fantastic service as always. Definitely returning soon.
Dear John, We very much appreciate your comments regarding your stay at the ibis Kyiv City Center. It is always a pleasure to receive positive feedback. I will share your comments with our team. I am sure that this feedback will serve as an encouragement to all of our staff as we strive to continuously improve the quality of our services. Thank you again for sharing your experience, and we hope your next visit will be as pleasant as the previous one. Sincerely, Andrii SHYPOV - Front Office Manager h7…
Serhio Business - 1/11/2024 Confirmed reviews ALL
Dear Serhii V., We very much appreciate your comments regarding your stay at the ibis Kyiv City Center. It is always a pleasure to receive positive feedback. I will share your comments with our team. I am sure that this feedback will serve as an encouragement to all of our staff as we strive to continuously improve the quality of our services. Thank you again for sharing your experience, and we hope your next visit will be as pleasant as the previous one. Sincerely, Andrii SHYPOV - Front Office Manager h7…
Great location, excellent value for money
S Business - 1/7/2024 Confirmed reviews ALL
I had a short stay, but enjoyed the warm, clean facilities. Friendly staff, clean rooms, cozy beds and wonderful, fresh breakfast. Easy to access city center, super convenient breakfast times, great internet. Facility also has a shelter. Excellent value for money, will definitely return! Thank you for hosting me!
Dear Simina L., We very much appreciate your comments regarding your stay at the ibis Kyiv City Center. It is always a pleasure to receive positive feedback. I will share your comments with our team. I am sure that this feedback will serve as an encouragement to all of our staff as we strive to continuously improve the quality of our services. Thank you again for sharing your experience, and we hope your next visit will be as pleasant as the previous one. Sincerely, Andrii SHYPOV - Front Office Manager
A pleasant stay!
Rob Solo - 1/2/2024 Confirmed reviews ALL
A surprisingly enjoyable stay during a difficult time in the country. I was made to feel welcome from the first moment I entered the hotel. The friendly, personalized and helpful services I received exceeded the 3 stars this hotel is rated at. The location is quite good, with may sites within walking distance, and a metro station is located close by. Well done team ibis Kyiv City Center!
Dear Robert B., We very much appreciate your comments regarding your stay at the ibis Kyiv City Center. It is always a pleasure to receive positive feedback. I will share your comments with our team. I am sure that this feedback will serve as an encouragement to all of our staff as we strive to continuously improve the quality of our services. Thank you again for sharing your experience, and we hope your next visit will be as pleasant as the previous one. Sincerely, Andrii SHYPOV - Front Office Manager h7…
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ibis Kyiv City Center
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Loved the staff, property, the room was perfect, filtered water (hot and cold) on each floor, beautiful restaurant, and wonderful food/service.
Very friendly and helpful personel. Nice located, everything near. Confortable beds and room.
Ibis is located very well in the city center, yet so close to the train station as well, which I needed because of the early departure. Facilities are well planned and designed for a small room.
Really great breakfast in a spacious restaurant. Has a bomb shelter and great wifi. Parking available, but if you're travelling I recommend Uber - it's cheaper and widely available.
Everything was safe and secure, and the location ideal - the beautiful Shevchenko park is next to Ibys, the city center is a walking distance, and the hotel is on the main transportation arteria.
Great hotel for business travellers. Great breakfast. Comfortable beds. Quiet. Staff went above and beyond to thank me for a previous stay - fruit plate, flowers, towel swan and handwritten, personalized note.
Location. Breakfast was quite good for the price of the hotel room.
Very friendly staff, room was spotless, they gave me a drink voucher at check-in :-)
everything was great, staff are amazing and hotel was big and clean.
very clean..wonderful view from my room ..great restaurant and bar friendly helpful staff.
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- Families (421)
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- Groups of friends (189)
- Solo travelers (820)
- Business travelers (843)
- Wonderful: 9+ (1147)
- Good: 7 – 9 (725)
- Fair: 5 – 7 (162)
- Poor: 3 – 5 (65)
- Very Poor: 1 – 3 (59)
- Pet friendly
- Air conditioning
- Private Bathroom
- 24-hour front desk
- Key card access
- Daily housekeeping
- Non-smoking rooms
- Baggage storage
This modern hotel is just a 7-minute walk from Kiev Botanical Gardens and the Universitet Metro Station. Free Wi-Fi is available. The air-conditioned rooms at ibis Kyiv City Center are warmly decorated and feature a flat-screen TV. Toiletries and a hairdryer are provided in the bathroom. Guests can choose from a range of different breakfast dishes at the hotel's restaurant. European cuisine is served here, and the 24-hour bar offers cocktails and light snacks. ibis Kyiv City Center is right in the heart of Kiev, just a 3-minute walk from Peremogy Square and the National Opera House.
Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 8.6 for a two-person trip.
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- Airport shuttle
- Family rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Very Good Breakfast
Located in the best-rated area in Kyiv, this hotel has an excellent location score of 8.8
Continental, Italian, Full English/Irish, Vegetarian, Vegan, Halal, Gluten-free, Kosher, Asian, American, Buffet, Breakfast to go
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Restaurants 1 restaurant on site.
- Cuisine European
Amenities of ibis Kyiv City Center Great facilities! Review score, 8.1
- Toilet paper
- Bathtub or shower
- Free toiletries
- Clothes rack
- Temporary art galleries
- Flat-screen TV
- Satellite channels
- Invoice provided
- ATM on site
- Express check-in/out
- Ironing service
- Dry cleaning Additional charge
- Laundry Additional charge
- Fax/Photocopying Additional charge
- Business center
- Meeting/Banquet facilities Additional charge
- Fire extinguishers
- CCTV outside property
- CCTV in common areas
- Smoke alarms
- 24-hour security
- Shuttle service Additional charge
- Designated smoking area
- Smoke-free property
- Wake-up service
- Soundproof rooms
- Airport shuttle Additional charge
- Entire unit wheelchair accessible
- Upper floors accessible by elevator
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FAQs about ibis Kyiv City Center
What kind of breakfast is served at ibis kyiv city center.
Guests staying at ibis Kyiv City Center can enjoy a highly-rated breakfast during their stay (guest review score: 8.5).
- Full English/Irish
- Breakfast to go
Does ibis Kyiv City Center have a restaurant on site?
- 74 Urban Food
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What type of room can i book at ibis kyiv city center, how far is ibis kyiv city center from the center of kyiv.
ibis Kyiv City Center is 1.2 miles from the center of Kyiv. All distances are measured in straight lines. Actual travel distances may vary.
What are the check-in and check-out times at ibis Kyiv City Center?
Check-in at ibis Kyiv City Center is from 2:00 PM, and check-out is until 12:00 PM.
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