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Rosa Khutor



Greater Caucasus Mountain Range… how do we describe its nature? Quiet, snowy peaks, flowering mead-ows, twilight in the forest, the cool of mountain rivers… There is no other place on the planet where you can find such a mix of four different climatic zones, crystal clear air, and a variety of mineral springs, and all of it right next to the warm Black Sea. It’s a must see for everyone!


Rosa Khutor is situated in a unique natural-climatic zone. Rosa Khutor is a prestigious resort that is nonethe-less open to all. It is easily accessible via various transport options and others a wide variety of activities for guests of different ages and families with children. And it of course others a myriad of opportunities for outdoor entertainment surrounded by the beautiful mountains... It's sure to be worth it!


Radisson Hotel Rosa Khutor



The Radisson Hotel in Rosa Khutor welcomes you to experience the stunning landscape of the Caucasus Mountains and sample some of the world’s best winter sports. The ski lifts Olympia and Strela are within walking distance of our Krasnaya Polyana hotel, while attractions like the Khmelevsky Lakes are easy to reach. Choose from 181 rooms and suites during your stay, all with amenities like free high-speed Wi-Fi.





Sochi International Airport is located in the Adler district of the city of Sochi. Airport is within the top10 Russian airports in terms of domestic passenger traffic. Forty air carriers perform scheduled and charter flights from Sochi. The airport’s route network includes 60 domestic and international destinations.






Reach the hotel from the airport will not be difficult, high-speed train Lastochka runs daily, and the road by car takes only 45 minutes.


Rosa Khutor Train Station is 2 km away, Sochi-Adler International Airport is 45 km, and beaches on the Black Sea in Adler are 52 km from Golden Tulip Rosa Khutor hotel.


Address: Adler district 4 Panorama embankment, Estosadok district of Adler region, Sochi, Russia



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