You’ve heard the horror stories but there are some super-luxury hotels in Sochi (10 HQ Photos)
The Russian government regulated the cost of Sochi hotel rooms to make them affordable for everybody but the regulations didn’t apply to any ‘luxury hotel rooms’ whose prices range from $1,500-$30,000 a night.
Let’s start with the lead photo up there…
Cost per day: $1,660.
Includes 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, and study. The presidential suite has a terrace with a breathtaking view of mountains.
The Marriott is located in the heart of Krasnaya Polyana resort at the mountain river. It has a full spa, pool, even a night club.
Radisson Blu Resort
Cost per day: $1,360
The Radisoon Blu chains are highly appealing for Americans. Rooms are big and the internet is fast. The Presidential Suite has a bedroom with a large bed, a living room, a mini-kitchen, and study. Located extremely close to the Olympic events.
Hyatt Regency Sochi
Cost per day: $1,500
Presidential suites at the Hyatt Regency Sochi have one bedroom with panoramic windows, a cloakroom, a spacious living room, and a study. The rooms are full of light but the interior is simple.
The hotel was specially built before the Olympic games.
Cost per day: $1,650
The most spacious apartment at the Pullman hotel has two bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, and a kitchen. Both bathrooms are equipped with jacuzzi. There are many luxurious touches including Roger & Gallet cosmetics, coffee machines, and LCD panels. The terrace stretches along the entire perimeter of the room and opens a panoramic view of the Black Sea.
Cost per day: $2,400
The hotel is actually located in Gelendzhik, the neighboring city to Sochi. With views of the local bay, guests are offered an apartment with two bedrooms, cloakroom, and a living room with a full kitchen.
Cost per day: $3,000
In true Swiss fashion, this hotel is all about the huge terrace. The floors are white marble and they advertise ‘an extra bathroom for a guest with a private beach’… whatever that means. Interior colors are warm and natural, ‘elegant simplicity with a distinctive flair.’
This hotel is very close to many of the Olympic events which has made it a big draw.
Cost per day: $3,100
Complete with living room, mini-kitchen, bedroom, cloakroom, and balcony. The interior design is rather simple, functional and discreet. There is a real fireplace in the living room.
Cost per day: $7,000
The room featured here is called The Deluxe Suite Modern, apparently one of the most prestigious in Sochi. It was designed by Queen of the Netherlands.
The suite has three bedrooms, a living room with a fireplace, and a study. It also has a rotunda, a glass room with a view at the Black Sea shore. It houses the largest Spa in Europe and a 3D movie hall.
Cost per day: $7,570
The suites here include two bedrooms with “big beds” and a “big dinner table” for ten persons. Also, there is separate kitchen. The master bathroom is decorated with Italian marble. Only a ten-minute drive from the Sochi airport, this is one of the most popular spots in the city.
Solis Sochi Suites:
Cost per day: $25,750
This swank hotel has 52 rooms which resemble private apartments: Most of the rooms average 4,0000 square feet. It’s located in the high-end “Gorki-Gorod” area. Nothing says swank like Gorki-Gorod.