The newly built Radisson Resort SAS in Alushta is one of the first internationally recognized hotel brands to open in the Crimea. More hotels are set-to be built along the Black Sea coast, a popular summer destination among Ukrainians. The four-star Radisson SAS Resort Alushta is enviably located along the banks of the Black Sea, in the heart of Alushta. A charming park is offering guests a relaxing ambiance for a seaside getaway. The hotel is the perfect base for exploring the many attractions of the Southern coast such as the palace of Nicholas II, the Swallow's Nest and St. Alexander Nevsky's Cathedral. Simferopol rail station - 45 km Simferopol Airport - 60 km Yalta - 36 km Sevastopol - 118 km With a soothing Mediterranean climate, stunning mountain tops and canyons and charming Black Sea coastline, Crimea is an undiscovered gem. Russian tourists have long been attracted to the areas curative properties with a mild climate that is not as damp as Sochi and avoids the sharp, dry heat of other resort destinations such as Turkey or Egypt. The area is home to natural wonders with beautiful waterfalls, mysterious caves and unusual mud volcanoes. Visitors can savour expertly produced wines with the earliest recorded production dating back over 2000 years in the area. Crimea offers a visual record of its amazing history as it has witnessed Babylonian, Egyptian and ancient Roman civilizations as well as shows traces of life from the Stone and Bronze ages. The area plays host to several not-to-miss sites such as the iconic Swallow's Nest and the late summer residence of the Romanov family, the palace of Nicolas II Livadia. Located along the picturesque banks of the Black Sea, the four-star Radisson SAS Resort, Alushta is the perfect embodiment of classic, elegant style. Built in 1913, the hotel is renowned as one of Alushta's finest architectural monuments and merges its historic charms with modern-day conveniences. Throughout the decades the hotel has played an important historical role serving as a hospital for soldiers in World Wars I & II, home to Alushta's first museum and was a popular sanatorium thanks to its open verandas and seaside location. The hotel is situated in the heart of Alushta, along the popular wharf area on the Black Sea. Guests can choose from 63 elegant guest rooms including Executive rooms, Junior Suites and Suites. Internet access is available in guest rooms, conference rooms and Business Centre. The hotels's All Day Dining Restaurant, Aluston offers a tempting à la carte menu of european dishes alongside local specialities. During the Summer season, guests can dine on gourmet cuisine in La Veranda while soaking in panoramic views of the Black Sea. The lobby lounge merges classic English furnishings with comfortable surroundings and serves a varied international drinks menu. Serving a host of fresh pastries, ice creams and light snacks, Patisserie Vanille is the ideal hangout for those with a sweet tooth. Hotel guests can enjoy a dip in the charming outdoor swimming pool or access to our private beach. With its seaside location and extensive facilities, the hotel is ideal for weddings, corporate incentives and events. Alushta - cheerful, bustling resort town. The most convenient transport in respect Spa attractive to the car, cycling, equestrian and hiking. Exceptionally clean air and a general sense of calm well-being is always growing impact here resort factors. Alushta is located in the seaside part of the spacious South Coast basin Crimea. The city is known to the VI century, when Emperor Justinian I ordered Aluston build a fortress here, but in the XIX century Vorontsov built a wine cellar here and the church. Alushta mountain amphitheater - the most beautiful and extensive in the Crimea. Mountain walks and hikes of Alushta very romantic and not tiring. To the west of the valley extends beech and pine forests Crimean reserve seats hunting kings and Davis. The city has many attractions: the temple Sv.Feodora Stratilata, Alushta History Museum, villa XIX v.N.Staheeva "Otrada" in a great park, the Museum of Nature and much more. Aluston The fortress was built on the orders of Emperor Justinian I to VI century. Throughout the Middle Ages Aluston was an important reference point for all States, owned the South shore of Crimea: Roman (Byzantine) Empire, Khazar Kaganate, Feodoro principality. In the period of genueztsev city was one of the fortified centers Kapitanstva Gauthier (so-called part of the Genoese holdings in the Crimea, stretches roughly from the Fori (Forosa) to Alustona) and was the subject of the ongoing military conflicts between genueztsami and Duchy Feodoro. The Italians called the city Lusta. To date, only one tower preserved medieval fortress. After the conquest of the southern coast of Crimea Osman, Alushta lost its military significance and has remained a small town fisherman. In times of Ottoman rule it was part of the Sudak kadylyk. Climate. Mediterranean-type climate is subtropical, dry, hot, with mild winters. The average temperature in December - +2,8 ° C, August - +23,8 ° C. Precipitation - 430 mm per year, the number of sunny hours a year - about 2320, the lowest relative humidity in August - 63-68%. Bathrobe season lasts from mid-May to mid-October, for children - from late June until the end of September (water temperature around 20 ° C or more).