A hotel in Vlad
It's not a bad option. Accommodation in Vlad tends to be expensive, but we were able to stay there for about $70 US a night. The service and the rooms were of a reasonable standard.
As of 2011 it does not look to have changed. It is under new management though, and has been coupled with the Amursky Zaliv building under the Azimut brand.
If possible it is better to avoid the Amurski Zaliv given that there aren't really any facilities there now that it has been coupled with the Vladivostok hotel.
Unique Quality: There are a lot of different facilities, a business centre, restaurants, bars, souvenir stand, small shop selling drinks, ice creams etc. You can also get a nice sea view.
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