This hotel is quite pricey, but it boasts an excellent location, in close proximity to the Krasnaya Polyana ski facilities. The Mercure's amenities include a domed pool, a restaurant, a fitness center, and a hammam, or Turkish bath. The hotel is commended for its friendly service.
The Parus ("Sail") hotel complex is perfect for athletes, as it is located very close to the Central Stadium and the Yacht Club. Even its decor reflects an affinity for sports. Parus offers a lot of amenities for training and rehabilitation, such as a medical center, a fitness center, and a much-lauded spa complex. The hotel is situated right by the sea.
Chebotarev Hotel is situated in the center of Sochi, close to the sea and the Riviera park. The hotel aims to cultivate a cozy, almost old-timey feel. It offers its guests classically decorated rooms, most of which have balconies. Chebotarev houses a bar and a well-known restaurant called Aleksandr, which serves a variety of European and Russian dishes.
The Rodina Grand Hotel, located in a subtropical park, boasts a giant spa complex of 4,500 square meters (48,000 square feet) as well as restaurants, bars, and a shingle beach. For those who want to exercise, the hotel has swimming pools and tennis courts. All of the indoor public spaces are smoke-free.
Housed in a 16-story Soviet-era tower, Zhemchuzhina has long been one of the most prominent hotels and entertainment complexes in Sochi. The hotel boasts more than 900 rooms, a large beach, two seawater swimming pools, a tennis court, restaurants and bars, a nightclub, and so much more. Travelers will love the elegant guest rooms' modern amenities and breathtaking water views. This hotel provides a comfortable stay while you explore all the treasures Sochi has to offer.
Sochi's warm climate and closeness to the sea and mountains make it an ideal city for health-oriented hotel complexes, which in Russian are called "sanatori" (sanitarium). The Belarus sanatori is notable for its historical aura - its majestic, palace-like main building was erected in 1958. It is also known for its location close to the Russian president's summer residence, Bocharov Ruchei. The sanatori is situated right by the sea and has its own park with beautiful evergreen trees.
The Mirit Hotel (formerly Rossvyaz Hotel) boasts a good location on Sochi's main street, Kurortnyy Prospekt (Resort Avenue). It is situated close to the port and not far from tourist sites such as the Riviera Park and the Arboretum. The hotel has a restaurant, a billiards room, and a sauna.
Sochi's warm climate and closeness to the sea and mountains make it an ideal city for health-oriented hotel complexes, which in Russian are called "sanatori" (sanitarium). This one, named after the Soviet revolutionary Mikhail Frunze, is located right by the sea, in a gorgeous park with evergreen trees. The sanatori is within walking distance from such tourist attractions as the Circus and the Arboretum. It also offers a variety of medical procedures. For the 2014 Winter Olympics the sanatori was chosen to provide accommodation to journalists from abroad.