Rooms 50 /Architecture Anatoliy Kirik, Maryna Leo /Interior Design Anatoliy Kirik, Maryna Leo /The Original Wladimir Klitschko & Ruslan Oleksenko
Experience the many facets of modern Ukraine at 11 Mirrors, Kiev’s first and only design hotel. Located in the capital’s dynamic core, mere steps away from the National Opera House, 11 Mirrors showcases reflective surfaces such as mirrored decorations and panoramic windows throughout its 11 stories and 50 luxurious rooms and suites. 11 Mirrors elegant minimalism is itself a reflection of contemporary Ukraine: sophisticated and simple, with no need for heavy embellishments.
Kyiv Boryspil International Airport (KBP)
Food & Drink
Restaurant: international cuisine, Bar, Lounge
Spa & Recreation
Off-site spa, gym, sauna, indoor pool, massage, treatments, salon
Rooms & Suites
Each of the 11 Mirrors’ 50 rooms and suites offers guests spa-inspired bathrooms and unparalleled urban views of Kiev. Rooms come in assorted sizes, with the Incognito Superior Room crafted for those who value privacy most. The Desire Deluxe Rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows to maximize views of the Golden Gate, St. Sophia Cathedral, and charming buildings from the 19th century. Signature Premium Rooms, which include an oversized tub and open bar, combine the two powerful elements air and water. While Lifestyle Executive Suites, which connect two adjoining room (each with a king-size bed) are bathed in light and include a fully stocked private bar.
11 Mirrors was conceived by Ukrainian sportsman Wladimir Klitschko and real estate developer Ruslan Oleksenko. Combining their international experience, their business acumen, and their passion for one-of-a-kind hospitality experiences, the two have created a hotel unlike anything Kiev has seen before. Indeed, their much-celebrated 11 Mirrors will be the standard bearer for more hotels from the duo, each reflecting their own passions and those of their guests. Of 11 Mirrors, Olensenko says, “We wanted to show Kiev as a modern city. People think this is a post-Soviet City and don’t know about its beauty, its rivers, its old city.” Adds Klitschko, “We decided to make something different that appealed to our lifestyles and personal visions, as opposed to the widest audience. But the risk paid off.”