|Address||15 Pushkinskaya Street|
|Architect||Alexander Bernardazzi & Adolf Minkus|
Bristol Hotel (Russian: Бристоль) is a hotel in Odessa, Ukraine. Built between 1898 and 1899 to designs by Alexander Bernadazzi and Adolf Minkus, it is located in the center of the city, on Pushkinskaya Street, across the street from the Odessa Philharmonic Theater. The hotel is a combined renaissance and baroque style. The building has Baroque classical statues and marble white columns facing the boulevard. The hotel has 113 rooms and is one of the notable landmarks of the city.
After the Soviet revolution, the hotel closed in 1917. It sat vacant for some time, eventually serving as offices from 1922-1925. It reopened in 1928, but in the Soviet Union it seemed inappropriate for the hotel to be named after a major city in England, so it was renamed the Hotel Krasnaya (meaning "Red" in Russian) for the Red banner of the Revolution. The hotel closed in 2002 and underwent a lengthy restoration, reopening under its original name on December 15, 2010.
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