|Address||11 Primorsky Blvd|
|Design and construction|
|Number of rooms||67|
The building housing the Londonskaya Hotel was originally constructed between 1826–1828 as a private residence, designed by architect Francesco Boffo in the early Italian Renaissance style. The hotel was opened in 1846 by Jean-Batiste Karuta, a French confectioner. It was significantly remodeled from 1899–1900 by architect J.M. Dmitrenko, and renovated in 1988. The name of the hotel, like the nearby Bristol Hotel, is thought to have suggested luxury at that time.
Famous guests of the hotel have included: Emperor Pedro II of Brazil, Anton Chekhov, Alexander Kuprin, Robert Louis Stevenson, Ivan Ayvazovsky, Henri Barbusse, Theodore Dreiser, Louis Aragon, Elsa Triolet, Isadora Duncan, Marcello Mastroianni, Nikita Mikhalkov, Oleg Yankovsky, Vladimir Putin, Victor Yuschenko, Leonid Kuchma, Jean Claude van Damme, Paolo Coelho.
- Evans, Andrew (2013). Ukraine (4th ed.). Chalfont St. Peter, Bucks: Bradt. pp. 275 & 278. ISBN 1841624500. Retrieved 16 August 2014.
- "About the hotel". Londonskaya Hotel, Odessa, Ukraine. 2015. Retrieved 29 September 2015.
- Brumfield (2001). Craft, William, ed. Commerce in Russian urban culture : 1861-1914. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press [u.a.] p. 190. ISBN 0801867509. Retrieved 16 August 2014.