There are plenty of hotels in Sochi Your choice of accommodation for your stay in Sochi should be dictated by your personal travel budget, but also by your own interests. The experience of enjoying Sochi, fine cuisine and service while surrounded by the wonders of the Sochi makes Sochi the ultimate destination. Whether you're looking to rough it or relax in style, Sochi can cater for every taste, budget and personal interest.
Sochi-Breeze Spa Hotel
This spa hotel is ideally located along the Black Sea coast, in the centre of Sochi city. The Sochi-Breeze Spa Hotel offers rooms that fit a wide variety of travellers.
Radisson Lazurnaya Hotel is a 4-star hotel offers the facilities of a resort, located directly by the Black Sea, close to the historical centre of Sochi, the railway station, and airport.
Situated along the Black Sea coast and surrounded by Russian Riviera's palm and banana trees is this 4-star hotel offering comfortable accommodation in an ideal location.
Marins Park Hotel
The Marins Park is in the heart of Sochi, home to the 2014 Winter Olympics. This 4-star hotel features spacious guest rooms and great facilities, overlooking the seafront promenade and the Black Sea.
Grand Hotel & SPA Rodina
This 5-star hotel is located on the Black Sea coast in Sochi. Grand Hotel & Spa Rodina has a private beach and many sports facilities, including indoor and outdoor pools.
Within walking distance of many of Sochi's attractions including winter theatre, Festivalny Concert Hall and Water Park, this elegant hotel offers comfortable accommodation including buffet breakfast...
Located in the mountain resort of Krasnaya Polyana, the Katerina Alpik is a club-apartment complex offering a wide range of self-catering accommodation, alongside a range of facilities.
Radisson Lazurnaya Peak Hotel
The Radisson Lazurnaya Peak Hotel is located in the mountain resort of Krasnaya Polyana, surrounded by the Caucasus Mountains. There is a luxurious spa, free Wi-Fi and free parking.
Centrally located in the resort town of Adler, the AC Hotel is a new hotel offering the guest cosy and comfortable rooms and a range of facilities.
Sochi is a Russian resort city, situated in Krasnodar Krai just north of the southern Russian border. It sprawls along the shores of the Black Sea and against the background of the snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus Mountains. At 145 km (90 mi), Greater Sochi is claimed to be the longest city in Europe. As of the 2002 Census, it had a population 328,809, down from 336,514 recorded in the 1989 Census. In 2006, the population was estimated to be 395,012. The city has been selected to be the host of the XXII Olympic Winter Games in 2014.
Sochi is an established fashionable resort area. The coast is dotted with imposing Neoclassical buildings, exemplified by the opulent Rodina and Ordzhonikidze sanatoriums. Sochi area is extensively developed.
Sochi is almost alone among larger Russian cities as having the aspect of a subtropical resort. Apart from the scenic Caucasus Mountains, pebbly and sand beaches, the city attracts vacation-goers with its subtropical vegetation, numerous parks, monuments, and extravagant Stalinist architecture. About two million people visit Greater Sochi each summer, when the city is home to the annual film festival "Kinotavr" and a getaway for Russia's elite.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 2,957 km² (730,690 acre) Caucasian Biosphere Reserve, lies just north from the city. Sochi also has Europe's most northerly tea plantations. It is served by the Adler-Sochi International Airport. The Sochi Light Metro is being built, with construction projected to be complete by 2014.
In June 2006, the International Olympic Committee announced that Sochi had been selected as a finalist city to host the 2014 Winter Olympics. On July 4, 2007, Sochi was announced as the host city of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
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