Today The Duke Hotel offers more than 40 comfortable rooms to its guests, from the Standard category to a presidential suite. The cosy light-filled rooms with Italian furniture show individual interior design.
A thoughtful layout of every room completed with modern elements meets all wishes of a most exacting traveller.
For our guests whatever category of room they have chosen we offer a possibility of relaxing and rallying their strength in our Spa zone that is located on the underground floor.
The LenMar Restaurant will agreeably surprise our guests at its elegant interior and delicious dishes of European and local Odessian cuisine.
The Duke Hotel, a 5-star hotel, is located in the very centre of Odessa, near the Opera and Ballet Theatre and just within walking distance from Primorskiy Boulevard and the building of the City Duma - our municipal council. Such highlights as Deribasovskaya Street, the Duke Memorial, and the Potemkin staircase are located in different directions, but within equal proximity.
The building of The Duke Hotel was built in 1905 after the plans of L.M. Chernigov, Architect, for Bekel, a landlord. The facade of the building is in the picturesque Art Nouveau style. Along its centre line above the window apertures on the second floor there can be seen a stucco bas-relief of a narrative scene. The building pertains to the cultural heritage.
And this comes as no surprise. In this small street a while back there was a Theatre for Young Audiences (Residential Building No.12), but before that time there was a Variety Theatre, and the world-famous Opera and Ballet Theatre of Odessa is still there to this day, at 1 Chaykovskiy Lane.
This lane is also noted for a number of prominent figures of their time who lived there during their stay in Odessa. Among them are K.D. Ushinskiy, N. Lysenko, a composer, Y.K. Olesha and A.P. Chekhov, writers, and, of course, P.I. Chaykovskiy himself.
Once you have chosen The Duke Hotel, you will be encompassed with cosiness and a maximum comfort, in alignment with the demands of today, meanwhile touching the history of our city.