Morskoy

This place keeps up to its name: “Morskoy” (“marine”) hostel is located only 10 minutes away from the sea in the central district of Sochi — Adler. This neighborhood is also known to be the most expensive, so, if you decide to stay here, you may be labeled a Rockefeller by those who aren’t familiar with the hostel’s reasonable price policies.

Luckily, the owners are not trying to get rich by getting frugal on the guests’ comfort: the hostel provides four-bed dorms with joyful decor and sunny mood vibes of previous guests.

Along with numerous shower facilities, they’ve got a spacious lounge area with furniture, a TV and a library. Guests are also free to use a well-equipped shared kitchen and a dining room — here you can prepare something bought on an authentic local market nearby.

For those who don’t believe in cooking on holidays, there’s plenty of 24-hour cafes and restaurants within walking distance.

ADDRESS:

27 Pavlika Morozova Str.

PRICE:

≈$5 a night

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