The Football Association announced a month before the championship's December draw that the team would be stay in the Polish city of Krakow.
Despite being drawn to play all of their matches in Ukraine, England remained unwavered in their decision and the team will now need to fly in for each of their Group D games.
The move has been heavily criticised and more questions have been raised after a Shakhtar official revealed this week that the FA did not even visit their facilities before making a decision.
The Kirsha Training Centre - a short drive from the city's Donbass Arena, where England will play two matches - will instead be used by Group D rivals France, who Hubschman believes will have an advantage as a result.
"It's an honour for me to be trained here," the Shakhtar midfielder said. "It is a really fantastic facility.
"It is very good and I have already been at the club for eight years.
"I am not a France supporter but I can tell that you this is a really good facility, which is why I tell you they have a really good advantage.
"I don't know about England but I think that a lot of European people are a bit afraid of Ukraine because they don't know about it.
"But I can't understand why they didn't even look at the facility and they refused.
"I can't understand people who refuse without any experience of this place and that is why I can't understand them."
Hubschman will be competing himself at Euro 2012 with the Czech Republic, whose Group A games are all in the Polish city of Wroclaw.
The Shakhtar midfielder's team are training in the city as a result and he is relieved there will not be mammoth journeys to contend with.
"We will see how England perform during the matches, but as a football player I can tell you that it is not very good to always be on the move," he said.
"You have to change from aircraft to coach and you cannot concentrate. It takes energy out of you.
"I think France will have a good chance to have a rest while England will be flying and I think that they will have more advantage."
Hubschman also recommended England fans take some time to get to know Donetsk, which he says might be an industrial city but offers a lot.
"There are very kind people here in Donetsk in Ukraine," he added.
"I think that English supporters like to have a good time and Ukraine do too.
"They will have a good opportunity to experience lots of restaurants and bars.
"There are lots of very beautiful places nearby and places to walk so much so that I think they will not have enough time to see everything and to enjoy everything."