The Best Places to Stay in Rostov-On-Don

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Rostov-On-Don is an extraordinary city. It is one of the main ports in Russia, and its uniqueness is defined by its relationship with the sea. It has the greatest number of fish markets in the country, and it is also the home to Europe’s biggest graveyard and oldest fortification. If you decide to indulge in all the wonders that Rostov has to offer, here are the best accommodation options for you.

Marins Park Hotel

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Marins is an excellent place to stay for those who are looking for a comfortable place at a very reasonable price. Marins offers a spa, gym and a nightclub. Breakfast is included in the very reasonable price of the rooms. The city centre and all of Rostov’s most important attractions are within walking distance, and the buzz of the city is far enough not to bother the guests.

Green Hall ApartHotel

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If you want to feel like a local, go for the Green Hall Apart-Hotel. The hotel offers 23 fully furnished apartments and is located in a residential district. All the city attractions remain within walking distance. It’s the best of both worlds – an excellent option for those travelling with children or those simply looking for some peace and quiet.

Hotel Don Quixote

Independent Hotel, Boutique Hotel
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The classical interiors of Don Kihot will take you back to the splendor of tsarist Russia when Rostov-on-Don was one of the country’s most important cities. Don Kihot is located within walking distance to the banks of the famous Don River, as well as to the parks, bars and other city attractions. The hotel is very reasonably priced, but it nonetheless offers services of the highest quality. It is definitely a place to consider on your quest for the perfect accommodation in Rostov.

Hotel Bellagio

Hotel Bellagio is a perfect place to stay if you want to relax and splurge a little. It’s not exactly centrally located, but this also means it’s removed from the hectic buzz of the city. It is, on the other hand, perfectly equipped to pamper you, with a restaurant, a bar, a gym and a spa all at your disposal. Bellagio is not the cheapest stay in town, but it’s definitely worth the price.

Maxi House Hostel

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Rostov-On-Don is an excellent place for backpackers, too. Maxi House Hostel is the best hostel in town. It’s located right in the heart of the city, so everything that Rostov has to offer is within reach. Maxi House is modern and well equipped. It offers mixed, male and female dorms as well as private rooms. It’s an excellent place for those looking for the best hostel experience.

Hotel Villa Rossa

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Big hotels can get very impersonal. Villa Rosa is nothing like them. It’s a cosy, small place with its own unique character, and each room has its own unique personality. Free buffet breakfasts give the guests the energy they need for days full of sightseeing. Tired tourists can then rest after intense days in the sauna and jacuzzi at their disposal. Villa Rosa is an excellent place for those who are after a cosy, homely holiday accommodation.

Shery Holl

Boutique Hotel, Independent Hotel, Spa Hotel
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If you’re a princess or a prince who only by accident was born in the 20-21st centuries, Shery Holl is the place for you. It is of modern construction, but every attempt has been made to make it look like a castle: the roof is topped with a tower, and the rooms’ interiors were designed as somewhat faithful copies of the palace in Versailles. The castle is, nonetheless, equipped with every facility a modern princess might want: a full-service spa, sauna, bar, restaurant and two indoor swimming pools. Once you set your foot inside, you might never want to leave.

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