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Tulip Inn Omega Sochi, ein 3 Sterne-Hotel in Russian Federation

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Situated at the heart of the stunning Imeretinskaya Valley and in the midst of the venue for the 2014 Winter Olympics, the Tulip Inn Omega Sochi provides guests with the perfect base for getting the best out of all the nearby winter sport facilities and more. With its elegantly decorated rooms and vast array of facilities on site that suit both business and leisure guests alike, the Tulip Inn Omega Sochi is a true standout venue among other 3 star hotels in Sochi.

The hotel boasts a grand total of 324 rooms that are comprised of several different types. Regardless of which type of room you decide to opt for, you'll be amazed at the levels of comfort and degree of convenience on offer. All 3 star rooms feature a wide range of facilities such as free Wi-Fi, a minibar, refreshing air conditioning for those summer months and a flat screen TV. The rooms also offer guests a private balcony from which they can enjoy epic views of the Caucasus Mountains, the Black Sea and the Olympic Park.

With its Olympian calibre, Sochi offers a plethora of attractions and activities that are sure to suit the needs of every visitor. The hotel continues this trend by offering guests a fantastic array of on-site facilities in true Tulip Inn style. Dine out or enjoy a hearty breakfast at the hotel restaurant, put on a private party of business function at the hotel's modern conference rooms, or wind down after a busy day with some self-pampering at the fully-equipped health centre.

Situated on the coast of the Black Sea and between the Mzymta and Psou rivers, the Tulip Inn Omega Sochi is set in a truly beautiful location. The Black Sea coast boasts beautiful beaches that are great for guests visiting in the summer, and the flanking Caucasus Mountains provide stunning hiking opportunities. Olympic facilities such as the Olympic Park and Olympic Village offer guests instant access to all the sporting facilities they desire, and guests can access Sochi in just 40 minutes by use of high-speed rail. The city offers an array of charming parks and gardens, and makes for a perfect day trip away from the Olympic area surrounding the hotel.

Our customers' reviews of hotel Tulip Inn Omega Sochi

TripAdvisor note 4.5/5 based on 183 reviews
Mangelivres 18 July 2017 Trip type Geschäfts-
« Funktionales Hotel in direkter Nachbarschaft zum Olympiapark »

Adler ist der südlichste Stadtteil des Kurortes Sotschi - dem längsten der Welt, der etwa 150 Kilometer Schwarzmeerküste einnimmt. Wer sich für die prächtigen Olympiaparkanlagen interessiert, die anlässlich der Olympiaden 2014 in Russland aus dem Boden gestampft wurden - ist in dem Hotel richtig. 2018 ist Sotschi übrigens einer der Austragungsorte der Fußballweltmeisterschaft der Herren. Die Zimmer des Hotels haben eine gute Größe, sind fast alle mit Balkon ausgestattet, sauber und der Service ist gut. Das Frühstücksbuffet war spitze - das Menü am Abend leider langweilige Allerweltsküche. Hier empfehle ich die Rückbesinnung auf die traditionelle russische Küche.

KFE12 20 July 2016 Trip type Geschäfts-
« Three star Hotel + »

Angenehm überrascht von diesem 3*Hotel: von der Rezeption bis zum Zimmermädchen sehr freundlich und Kunden orientiert. Zimmer recht groß, alles wirkt neu und frisch. Sogar ein gutes 25h Fitness Center ist vorhanden. Essen a la Carte (russische Spezialitäten) gut und preiswert...

JAE777 09 June 2017 Trip type Geschäfts-
« F1 circuit stay »

Good clean hotel 15 mins walk from the Sochi F1 circuit. There are couple of supermarkets just around the corner with some local grill places. The grill places were a nice find. The owner called us in and boy were we glad as the restaurant aren't that great around here.

Nathan R
Nathan R 11 September 2016 Trip type Paare
« Very good 😊 »

I was very pleased with the facilities in this hotel very clean and new I would recommend anyone staying here as the staff are very friendly but it's far from Sochi city centre so if you are expecting to be close then think again