Hotels in Chernihivs'ka Oblast'

Search and compare Chernihivs'ka Oblast' hotels from hundreds of travel sites and save

Chernihivs'ka Oblast'
19 May — 20 May2
Chernihivs'ka Oblast'
Thu 19/5
Fri 20/5
...and more

Tips for booking a Chernihivs'ka Oblast' hotel

Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Chernihivs'ka Oblast':C$ 47/night
Cheapest price found:C$ 16/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Thursday
C$ 22 - C$ 73
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
C$ 26 - C$ 87
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Hotel prices in Chernihivs'ka Oblast'

2 stars and under
#1 Most popular

Apart-Hotel Parasolka

Pobedy Prospekt 87, Chernihiv, Ukraine

8.2 Excellent
C$ 32

Avg. per night

Best prices found by HotelsCombined users in the past 24 hours.

Where to stay in Chernihivs'ka Oblast'

About Chernihivs'ka Oblast'

From bustling cities to charming villages, Chernihiv Oblast showcases Ukraine through a local lens. Admire centuries-old churches and cathedrals in Chernihiv and step back in time at Kachanivka Palace, one of the most beautiful royal estates in the country.

Things to do

Chernihiv is a launchpad to the region and is a natural starting point for travellers. The historic centre, also known as Dytynets Park, is dotted with centuries-old churches and cathedrals. Gaze up at the golden domes and turrets of Transfiguration Cathedral and admire the beautiful Ukrainian Baroque façade of St. Catherine's Church. Red Square, or “Krasna Ploshcha” as it’s known by locals, is in the heart of the city and is lined with handsome heritage buildings.

Venture out the city to discover Trinity Monastery, a centuries-old complex founded in the 1100s. It’s topped by a 58-metre-tall belltower that you can climb for sweeping views over the monastery and surrounding countryside. Saint Anthony’s Caves are a short walk from the monastery and feature 315 metres of underground passageways and caverns. Some of the oldest tunnels date back to the 11th century. After the monastery was invaded by Mongolian warriors, the caves were used to store the bones of murdered monks.

Postcard-perfect Mezyn is set on the banks of the River Desna and will charm you with its brightly painted houses and a beautiful setting in the countryside. Visit the small but engaging Mezyn Archaeological Museum to find out more about the village’s ancient past. You can also admire artefacts collected from a nearby Palaeolithic site.

The village is a gateway to Mezynsky National Park, a protected nature reserve where you can discover lush forests and floodplains. Marked trails wind through the park and are great for spotting birds and wildlife. The visitor centre offers tents, sleeping bags and other camping equipment for rent if you want to sleep under the stars.

Getting around

Chernihiv Oblast is easy to get around by rental car or using public transport. Chernihiv is pedestrian-friendly and easy to get around on foot or by local trolleybuses. Boryspil International Airport in Kyiv is a two-hour drive away.

Chernihivs'ka Oblast' travel FAQs

From bustling cities to charming villages, Chernihiv Oblast showcases Ukraine through a local lens. Admire centuries-old churches and cathedrals in Chernihiv and step back in time at Kachanivka Palace, one of the most beautiful royal estates in the country.

Things to do in Chernihivs'ka Oblast'

Chernihiv is a launchpad to the region and is a natural starting point for travellers. The historic centre, also known as Dytynets Park, is dotted with centuries-old churches and cathedrals. Gaze up at the golden domes and turrets of Transfiguration Cathedral and admire the beautiful Ukrainian Baroque façade of St. Catherine's Church. Red Square, or “Krasna Ploshcha” as it’s known by locals, is in the heart of the city and is lined with handsome heritage buildings.

Venture out the city to discover Trinity Monastery, a centuries-old complex founded in the 1100s. It’s topped by a 58-metre-tall belltower that you can climb for sweeping views over the monastery and surrounding countryside. Saint Anthony’s Caves are a short walk from the monastery and feature 315 metres of underground passageways and caverns. Some of the oldest tunnels date back to the 11th century. After the monastery was invaded by Mongolian warriors, the caves were used to store the bones of murdered monks.

Postcard-perfect Mezyn is set on the banks of the River Desna and will charm you with its brightly painted houses and a beautiful setting in the countryside. Visit the small but engaging Mezyn Archaeological Museum to find out more about the village’s ancient past. You can also admire artefacts collected from a nearby Palaeolithic site.

The village is a gateway to Mezynsky National Park, a protected nature reserve where you can discover lush forests and floodplains. Marked trails wind through the park and are great for spotting birds and wildlife. The visitor centre offers tents, sleeping bags and other camping equipment for rent if you want to sleep under the stars.

Getting around Chernihivs'ka Oblast'

Chernihiv Oblast is easy to get around by rental car or using public transport. Chernihiv is pedestrian-friendly and easy to get around on foot or by local trolleybuses. Boryspil International Airport in Kyiv is a two-hour drive away.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Chernihivs'ka Oblast'?

    Our travelers prefer to stay in places like Baturyn and Chernihiv while in Chernihivs'ka Oblast'.

  • What are the best hotels in Chernihivs'ka Oblast'?

    273 reviews rated Parusa Maklaia with an average score of 8.8/10. It may also be worth looking into the Riverside- Restaurant, Hotel, Beach, which received a rating of 9.0/10 from 667 reviews. Reikartz Chernihiv could also be a good option, with a score of 9.0/10 from 824 reviews.