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Samara (Russia) Hotels

The Zhiguli mountains near Samara formed Samarskaya Luka (Samara Bend). Near Samara the Volga turns to the right and there is a narrow bend formed about 3 kms. wide. Samara was founded in 1586 on the very beautiful place in the center of great steppe beyond Moscow, the capital of early Russia. During the Great Patriotic War (the Second World War) Samara was the second capital of the USSR. The Government of the USSR and many foreign embassies were situated there. During the 1889 and 1893 V.I. Lenin worked in this city. He was a lawyer in Samara town court. Samara has some museums. Art Museum branched of 1937 from the museum of regional studies which was organised in 1897. So did the museum of A. Tolstoy who wrote "Peter the First" and lived and worked in Samara during the 19th and 20th centuries. One of the new museums is called "Bunker of Stalin" because it was built during the Great Patriotic War (Second World War) in own city to organise the defence of Stalin if he should come to Samara. Samara has 4 theatres. There are the Drama Theater, the Opera and Ballet House, the Theater of Young Spectators and the Puppet Theater. Old theatre "Olimpus" is now the building of philharmonic society. The circus of Samara is called "The Hat". It's a new building.
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Renaissance Samara Hotel

Novosadovaya Str.162 bld V, Samara
The Renaissance Samara is a luxury hotel near the bank of the Volga River. It combines impressive interiors with facilities that include restaurants and indoor swimming pool. Renaissance Samara Hotel also features a business centre with meeting rooms, a gym, and a
Price from 28.4994 a day
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Kuybysheva Str.111, Samara
In the heart of Samara, this classic hotel offers elegant rooms and suites. It offers a cosy lobby bat and a 24-hour front desk. The Bristol Zhiguly Hotel is situated on the left bank of the Volga River, surrounded by cinemas, restaurants and shops. Wake
Price from 36.9828 a day
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Graf Orlov Hotel

Kuybysheva Str.88, Samara

The Graf Orlov hotel unites high European style of service in combination with traditional Russian hospitality. The Graf Orlov hotel is located in the historical center of Samara and is made in the refined style of the old era. The rooms are individually decorated

Price from 63.399 a day
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Holiday Inn Samara

Alexey Tolstoy Street 99, Samara

The Holiday Inn Samara hotel is located in the heart of the old city,within a few minutes from the embankment of the Volga River. This hotel offers ideal conditions for relaxation, business meetings and negotiations, as well as holidays and special occasions. The

Price from 40.7565 a day
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Business Hotel

Uritskogo Street 19, Samara
Business Hotel is located just 1 km from Samara Central Station, within a 15-minute walk from the city centre. Free Wi-Fi is provided. All bright rooms come with a TV, safety deposit box and DVD Player. They feature a kettle and a fridge, and guests can use a private
Price from 30.19 a day
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Business Hotel City

Yubilejnaya Street 55, Samara
This Samara hotel features free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour front desk and bright restaurant. Samara Train Station and city centre are 11 km away. Business Hotel City’s rooms feature a flat-screen TV, wardrobe and telephone. Bathrobes, slippers and
Price from 37.7375 a day
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Dubki Hotel

Demokraticheskaya Str.45A, Samara
Situated 2 km from Volga River beaches in the green northern suburbs of Samara, Hotel Dubki offers a bar and restaurant. Rooms feature wooden floors and flatscreen TVs. All rooms have a private bathroom, equipped with a hairdryer. Also available in the room are
Price from 24.152 a day
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Hotel Sovetskaya

22-go Partsiezda Street 10A, Samara
Located in the suburbs of Samara city, this hotel offers a 24-hour reception and a dining hall. Strommashina bus stop is 3 minutes’ walk away, offering a link to the city centre. Each room at Hotel Sovetskaya is decorated in a simple style and neutral colours. Shared
Price from 8.7551 a day
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Volna Hotel

Alexeya Tolstogo Street 35, Samara
This hotel is located in the business and cultural centre of Samara, a 20-minute walk from Samara city centre. The Volna Hotel offers a 24-hour reception and billiard table. Rooms at the Volna Hotel Samara are warmly decorated and feature classic
Price from 10.5665 a day
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Start Hotel

Sovetskoy Armii Street 243, Samara
This hotel is located in a green area of Samara, 700 metres from the Volga River Embankment. Free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk are featured at Start Hotel. The bright hotel rooms include a TV, and some rooms have a private bathroom. The shared bathroom amenities
Price from 11.3213 a day
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Egoist Club

9-ya Proseka 7-ya Liniya 7P, Samara
Surrounded by attractive gardens, this log cabin-style hotel is only a 5-minute walk from the River Volga. An indoor swimming pool, Russian sauna and restaurant are offered here. The spacious rooms at Egoist Club feature elegant interiors with
Price from 15.095 a day
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Kupechesky Dom Hotel

Vodnikov Str.1, Samara
This hotel is located in Samara’s commercial centre, just a 5-minute walk from the River Volga. Guests enjoy a swimming pool, Finnish sauna and traditional Russian cuisine. Behind a cream-coloured exterior, the Kupechesky Dom Hotel offers spacious rooms ranging
Price from 22.6425 a day
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About Samara

Samara was officially founded in 1586 when on the bank of the Volga River the construction of the fortress to protect the Russian State from the incursion of martial nomadic tribes was started. But in fact, the settlement on the bend of the Volga River had been mentioned in the ancient chronicles since 14th century. During World War II Samara (the city is situated not far from Moscow), then named Kuibyshev, was considered to be the second capital of USSR. Many famous people worked and lived in Samara including outstanding Russian writers Lev Tolstoy and Maxim Gorky, painters Ilya Repin, Vasily Surikov and Ivan Aivazovsky, revolutionists Michael Frunze and Vladimir Lenin. Even French writer Alexander Duma had paid a visit to Samara in 1858. Impressed by the travel he wrote the book «From Paris to Astrakhan» and gave his description of Samara in it.

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