Fairmont Grand Hotel Kyiv opens

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts announced the opening of Fairmont Grand Hotel Kyiv, the luxury brand's first hotel in Eastern Europe. Located in the heart of the Ukraine capital's Podil district, Fairmont Grand Hotel Kyiv joins the portfolio of Fairmont hotels in Europe, including the soon-to-open Fairmont Baku, Azerbaijan.

The Fairmont Grand Hotel Kyiv features 258 guestrooms, including 54 suites, as well as Royal and Presidential suites offering views of Podil Square and the Dnipro River. In addition, the hotel features Fairmont Gold, the brand’s exclusive hotel within a hotel, which offers amenities such as a private reception desk and a guest lounge. The hotel also offers a business center with 24-hour access, as well as secretarial services.

Fairmont Grand Hotel Kyiv’s dining venues include: The Strand Grill, a contemporary all-day restaurant; Atrium Lounge and Pâtisserie, which operates 24 hours a day offering an international selection of beverages and afternoon tea; and bars Grand Cru Champagne Bar, and Vintage Cocktail Bar.

For special events, the hotel offers 13,000 square feet of meeting and function space, including a 5,160-square-foot ballroom and eight private meeting rooms.

Recreational facilities include a 6,900 square foot spa offering six treatment rooms, including a relaxation room, separate women’s and men's areas featuring sauna, steam and swiss, and a full beauty salon. The hotel also offers a fitness center, group exercise classes, and access to an indoor/outdoor tennis club and the nearby Royal Kyiv Golf Club.

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