The main motto of the hotel staff is “Smile! Be Optimistic!” And the Primorye staff truly smiles, just as sincerely as the Japanese tourists who frequently stay in the hotel.
Guests from all over the world, not just the Japanese, choose Hotel Primorye for its service, streamlined over 50 years, and convenient location. It is the closest hotel to the Sea Terminal. And it offers unique views of the Zolotoy Rog Bay, Zolotoy Bridge and the majestic ships of the Pacific Fleet.
When booking one of the 120 rooms, one should take into account that not all rooms have a view of the bay. Some overlook Posetskaya Street. And not all rooms have air conditioning.
Prices for Summer 2015 include breakfast, and range from 4,500 to 11,000 rubles per night. When traveling in twos, there is the option of a room with a large bed or two separate beds. For a traveler with a limited budget, there is a suitable room with a single bed, though the room is small at just 9 meters. A higher category room has twice the area with a large bed, and in the evenings you can enjoy the lights of the Zolotoy Rog Bay together.
The lux has the same breathtaking view with a bedroom, comfortable guest room with a corner sofa, and two bathrooms. The most expensive room is the studio for 11,000 rubles a night, overlooking Posetskaya Street, but attracts guests with its designer interior, jacuzzi, and bar area.
The locals also frequently visit Primorye. There is a restaurant on the ground floor, Pizza M, which is open around the clock. Their most popular dish is, of course, pizza, and they offer a choice of more than 20 types. But for foreign tourists the menu has borsch, Primorye-style salad Olivier (with shrimp and red caviar), and a dish with a name that really does not translate, called skoblyanka.
Breakfast is included in the room rate for hotel guests, and there is a 10% discount on lunch and dinner in the restaurant.
When you arrive at the Hotel Primorye, do not be in a hurry to turn left to the front desk. Turn right to the cafeteria where it smells like vanilla and chocolate. You can order coffee, delicate profiteroles with custard, and sit at a table by the window watching the daily life of the port city. And then you will begin to smile involuntarily.
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