This city business hotel is situated in the very heart of ancient Kiev and next to three main Ukrainian orthodox churches, St. Sophia's, St. Michael's and St. Andrew's. The location of the this complex is truly unique. Built to match its historical surroundings, the conference hotel's traditional style is grand and elegant. Business travellers will appreciate its proximity to corporate entities, government agencies and embassies. When it's time for leisure, a wealth of shopping, historical and cultural sights are nearby including the Opera House, Khreschatyk (Kiev Main Street) and the Museum of Eastern and Western Art.||The architecture and design of this 11-storey hotel, which was built in 2009, are also noteworthy, as it was designed by celebrated Ukrainian architect Sergey Babushkin. Its angular marble-and-glass façade is an artful blend of classical and contemporary features, highlighted by a three-metre statue of the Greek Goddess Nike by Ukrainian sculptor Michael Reva. The hotel's interiors are created by well-known British designer John Tweedie and offer an authentic perspective of the region's rich heritage. The residential lobby and public areas feature cream and pale yellow marble floors, black marble columns, handmade Italian furniture by Armando Rho, exquisite drapes, and specially-commissioned Eastern European art and lighting fixtures. The air-conditioned business hotel offers 272 rooms in total and welcomes guests in a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities, a cloakroom, lift access and a newspaper stand. Further facilities include a bar and restaurant, conference facilities, WLAN Internet access, room and laundry services, a car park and a garage.