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Vesna (Spring) Hotel: former Solntse (Sun) Hotel
We spent our honeymoon in this hotel in August of 1977. It was almost incredible to book this hotel in Soviet times. But Irina could afford to solve this task with the help of her chief.
We enjoyed staying in this the most comfortable for those times Soviet hotel for 20 days.
I can only imagine how comfortable it is nowadays comparing with lots of hotels I stayed in since than... But if someday Irina and me would recollect our honeymoon we would like to come back to this hotel...
Located in a park just 50 metres from Adler Beach, this hotel features a large sports complex with tennis courts and indoor/outdoor pools. Sochi city centre is 20 km away.
The 15-storey Vesna Hotel has air-conditioned rooms and apartments with a flat-screen TV, kettle and refrigerator. Interiors feature rich red and gold fabrics, and dark wooden furniture.
Russian, European and Japanese meals are served in the Vesna Restaurant, the Viktoria Restaurant and the Moscow Café Room. The hotel also features outdoor cafés, a lobby bar and the popular Plazma Night Club.
Leisure facilities include a gym, billiards room and bowling alley. There is also a shopping centre and beauty salon on site. From June to October, guests can have fun in Vesna’s large water park.
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Hotel, "Gastinitsa, Sanatori or Prodajoot Komnata": Staying in Sochi Adler
In Adler, like in the rest of Sochi, one can stay in three different ways. First there are some larger (international oriented) hotels. These are in the Sanatoria, as well as in the simple Tourist, class. The first offer various kinds of health relaxation programs, the last are just for staying with or without breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Second thereare the "Gastinitsa's" that are though often for Russians only. Last is the rooms for rent at Russian families. Along the streets in town often a sign marks "Prodajoot Komnata", which offers simple rooms with beds and a (joined) place for showering and preparing dinner (small kitchen and dinner table). This way of staying is relatively cheap and a perfect way to meet the Russians up close. However, lingual difficulties will definately appear if no-one in your group speaks any Russian.
The last possibility is staying in one of the Sanatori (Sanatoriums). Along the Black Sea many are built and now-a-days some also welcome foreigners.
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