Best Western Expands Into the Ukraine

Stewart Perry

It now seems that Best Western International is expanding its hotel chain in Eastern Europe. To do this, Best Western will be opening its very first hotel in the Ukraine. This hotel will be called the Best Western Sevastopol Hotel in Sevastopol. It will be located in one of the largest sea ports and cultural historical centers.

The Vice President of International Operations at Best Western, Suzi Yoder, said that with the first Best Western property in the Ukraine, travelers are able to stay with a trusted friend while exploring a city and nation that is rich in history. The Best Western Sevastopol Hotel will be ideal for foreign tourists and business people traveling in and out of Crimea’s main resort destination.

The hotel that will be used for the Best Western Sevastopol Hotel was built back in 1952. This 106 room hotel features great architecture and an authentic style hotel conference hall. In fact, the hotel hosts one of the largest conference halls in all of Sevastopol. Each luxurious guest room has high speed internet access, and many have balcony views of Sevastopol Bay.

Guests of the hotel will be able to enjoy the convenience of a 24-hour room service and an on-site restaurant that features as summer terrace with views of the bay. Other hotel amenities include a cocktail lounge, 24-hour on-site cafe, business center, laundry service and a concierge service.

The hotel is within walking distance to art galleries, museums, public beaches, restaurants, and much more. This makes it the perfect getaway spot for just about anyone.

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