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Experience the many facets of modern Ukraine at 11 Mirrors, a sophisticated and elegant design hotel that is the first of its kind in Kiev. The hotel is ideally located in the heart of this historic yet dynamic city, within walking distance of the National Opera House, major businesses, and leisure areas. A stylish, comfortable, and relaxing destination for business leaders and creative travelers alike, 11 Mirrors showcases such reflective surfaces as mirrored decorations and panoramic windows with stunning views throughout its 11 stories and 49 luxurious rooms and suites. The result is a representation of contemporary Kiev that reflects guests’ inner selves, their values, and their desires.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Wladimir Klitschko—otherwise known as “Dr. Steelhammer”—is one of the longest-reigning heavyweight champion boxers of all time. However, the Ukrainian’s talents are by no means restricted to the ring: Klitschko is an academic and a humanitarian who holds a Ph.D. from Kiev University and works tirelessly on charitable projects and for organizations such as UNESCO. This seasoned traveler and Original has drawn upon his worldliness to create the concept for 11 Mirrors hotel.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Behind a narrow and solemn granite façade, 11 Mirrors combines contemporary design with 19th-century architecture. Working side-by-side with Original Wladimir Klitschko, Anatoliy Kirik and Marina Leo created a property that is stylish and sophisticated, playing with mirrors to reflect the multifaceted nature of modern Kiev. In contrast to the imperial embellishments throughout the city, contemporary elegance prevails, particularly in the lobby where natural stone walls, floor, and fireplace interplay with a stainless steel ceiling, glass panels, and mirrored wall décor by the Fomichev Brothers.