Russia destroys 12 Ukrainian hotels with nearly 1,000 rooms during invasion

23 January, 04:36 PM
Hotel Mykolaiv, destroyed by a rocket attack on July 14 (Photo:Sienkevych Online / Telegram)

Hotel Mykolaiv, destroyed by a rocket attack on July 14 (Photo:Sienkevych Online / Telegram)

At least 12 hotels with a total of 982 rooms have been completely destroyed or partially damaged in Ukraine since the beginning of the full-scale war, Real Estate Advisory Services head at EY in Ukraine Rostyslav Khoma told Ukrainian news agency Interfax-Ukraine on Jan. 23.

"Most of the hotels ruined or damaged since the beginning of the Russian full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February, 2022, were located close to the front line in such cities as Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Kherson, Mykolaiv or in Kyiv oblast,” Khoma said.

“There is a lack of exact data about the total number of completely destroyed or partially damaged hotels in Ukraine, but according to public information, we counted 12 hotels with a total of 982 rooms," Khoma reported.

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The damaged hotels included the Alfavito (Kyiv, 229 rooms), Grand Admiral Resort & SPA (Kyiv Oblast, 64 rooms) and Babusyn Sad (Kyiv Oblast, 30 rooms), Hotel Ukraina (Chernihiv, 99 rooms), Kharkiv (Kharkiv, 205 rooms), SV Park (Kharkiv, 17 rooms), Grande Pettine (Odesa, 91 rooms) Play Hotel by Ribas (Kherson, 25 rooms), Sunrise Park (Zaporizhzhia, 24 rooms), Reikartz River (Mykolaiv, 98 rooms), Ingul (Mykolaiv, 40 rooms) and Mykolaiv (Mykolaiv, 60 rooms).

The Palats Ukraina National Palace of Arts and Alfavito Hotel in Kyiv were damaged in a Russian mass missile and drone attack on Dec. 31.

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