The hotel-restaurant complex Aurora Park is comfortably located in a forested area on the way from the airport, 20 kilometers from the center of Vladivostok. If you do not need to rush straight from the plane to a business meeting, or one of the all-Russia events that have become routine in Vladivostok since the 2012 APEC summit, Aurora Park Hotel is a great place to relax after a long flight. Breathe in the fresh air, wander along the walkways, and listen to the sound of ocean waves. The sea is close by – and what is important, here it is approved (for swimming) by the federal agency for consumer well-being, RosPotrebNadzor. Within a mere 5-7 minute walk, you are on a well-equipped municipal beach near "Sanatornaya" station.
Due to its favorable location, the hotel is popular not only with Asian tourists and guests from neighboring regions (Khabarovskiy Krai and Amurskaya Oblast), but also with locals. In summer and autumn, you will encounter numerous married couples as well as moms walking with children. On the premises of Aurora Park Hotel there are playgrounds, two verandas, and two parking lots with 60 and 40 spaces.
Beautiful scenery can be seen from the windows of the hotel's comfortable rooms. There are five categories of rooms with prices from 3500 rubles a night: Standard Single, Standard Double Bed, Standard Twin Bed, Deluxe Double Suite, and Two-room Suite. Guests can enjoy free WI-FI, and all rooms are equipped with air conditioning, flat screen TV, telephone, refrigerator, hairdryer, slippers and disposable toiletries; starting with the double standard, a tea kettle and safe are added. A balcony is a pleasant addition to the comfort of the rooms.
For business travelers and corporate clients, Aurora Park has a conference room for 50 people. In addition, next to the hotel building is Aurora Hall – which has everything you need for seminars, negotiations, team building, corporate meetings, and other events. Aurora Hall accommodates up to 90 people.
The hotel has its own restaurant with the grand sounding name "Limoncello" – specializing in Italian cuisine. Pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven, home-made pasta, calzone, salads and other Mediterranean dishes can all be found on the menu.
In the summer, the restaurant also serves Russian fare – which should be especially welcomed by guests from Korea, China, and Japan as Vladivostok is the first European city that greets them in Russia.
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More than 50 years of hospitality experience. And that says a lot.
A bit more than simply a hostel.
Five categories of rooms with prices ranging from 3000 to 12000 rubles are quite close to the city’s beach area and a landmark for Vladivostokians - the lighthouse at Tokarevskaya Koshka (Tokarev Shoal).