34 Elite Resorts of Crimea 2015

Elite Resorts of Crimea 2015

Posted on December 27, 2015 by tim

A blogger, Sergey A., is living in Crimea. He went to the “Elite” resorts of his motherland to see how good they are. What he then posted says “Ashamed. Elite henhouses of Crimea”. So these are those houses he is ashamed of – the first line to the Black Sea, the most expensive land and the mini hotels and apartments there.


 Crimea was a resort for decades during soviet times and the old Tsar Empire. Before that it was almost a Mediterranean place – ancient Greeks and Romans are said to have lived there and built their cities. And now these are the houses modern Crimean enterpreneurs build to host the tourists.

Everyone has his own idea of style and comfort.

What they all have in common is the maximum use of the land and everyone has their personal stairway to the sea.

Last summer the prices to live here for the visitors were roughly from $25 to $50 a day for a room.

“Want some beer?” says this graffiti.

The main benefit is that you step out and you are on the beach.


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34 Responses to “Elite Resorts of Crimea 2015”

  1. espider says:

    sorry, but it looks very bad! I would say that this is pure hell as holiday destination

    • Varangian says:

      Ukraine has neglected this region for two decades. You can’t expect that sort of abuse to be fixed within the space of a year. At least the locals aren’t getting shelled, or even set ablaze in buses as had happened near Korsun(one of the last interactions between Crimeans and Europe-loving Ukrainians. From a strategic perspective, it isn’t the beaches that matter. Something makes me think that Crimea being the largest geographical aircraft career may have been a factor as to why a referendum took place there ;)

      • kraken says:

        What does Ukrainian gov has to do with it. Those hotels are private owned and their state of decay is caused by typical for ex soviet “i dont caresim”.

        • Oscar Goldman says:

          Ukrainian Gov. has a lot to do with it. While the rest of the former Soviet bloc (including russia) grew the last 15 years, Ukraine remained stagnant. And it will remain so.

  2. Hansjörg says:

    Looks disastrous. The price is far to high. Spain or Turkey (difficult to go there for Russians) offer far cheaper places in much better conditions. It is a pitty how less regulated is the construction on the crimea. I visited the place in 1999 and I didn’t spot such buildings on the beach.

  3. Alain says:

    Welcome in Russian Crimea. When you steal, you get what you deserve.
    But, hopefully, one more year to stand this, and it will be part of long gone nightmare…

    • Froggy says:

      Russians can build the best and also the worst but surely this was built by the Ukrainian ? So I do not get the point of your comment.

    • Oscar Goldman says:

      “When you steal, you get what you…”. LOL. Is that what the Amreicans say about Texas and California?

  4. Alain says:

    One thing missing on these photos : tourists. And they will not come back for a looooonnnnngggg time ! (beside some forced Russians…)

    • IanD says:

      Australian company will commence tours to Crimea in 2016

      • OZtard says:

        No Australians would go to Crimea for vacations. Stop dreaming.

      • EditS says:

        Dont be silly;-))) I am an Australian and I never ever put my feet that kind of rubbish dump for a “vacation”. What kind of vacation it could be? No shops, no hygiene nothing.

    • Froggy says:

      Not so sure Alain for two reasons, ie : Russian tourists will have the common sense to boycott the islamo-fascist turkish resorts and with the ruble’ current Fx weakness they will probably have to stay within Russia.

      Personally I am off to Crimea this summer & very very much looking forward :-)

    • Oscar Goldman says:

      Well, 25 years of Ukrainian disasrtrous government left it like this. I guess you can’t complain so much

  5. tommo says:

    Looks like fun to me, but if I didn’t know I would have guessed with was in the Philippines haha

  6. ausGeoff says:

    Is there any logical reason as to why all of these images can’t be posted on one single page? Having to click through a couple of images at a time is extremely irritating. I just can’t be bothered. Sorry.

  7. ho to sho says:

    Yeah…every Aussies dream beach vacation destination……Crimea.

  8. Muzzlehatch says:

    Seems that the rule in Russia is to paint something when it is new, then never again.

  9. FuckPutin says:

    You can go here instead of Antalya. :)

  10. Jan says:

    I have visited Crimea couple years before Russian invasion. It was a wanderfull place. However, current architecture and quality of work is similar to Russian today and Europe 100 years ago. So it is very “funny” to read comments from Russian invaders to blame “Ukrops” for that :-/.

  11. Orki says:

    Lol, it is the funniest and stupid comment that I’ve ever read “islamo-fascist Turkish resorts”
    means you dont have a clue what is going on in Russia. You are not doing better than Hitler under Putin regime. Yet, you believe you are in good condition :-) You will give it back to the real owners when the time comes…

    • Froggy says:

      Call it what you want but I don’t think there is anything funny about it :

      – Erdogan is a fascist turning Turkey away from Atatürk’s secular ideal and toward an islamist state.
      – Turkey has been supporting the most terrible islamo-terrorist in Syria and even shot down a Russian plane that was fighting ISIS .

      Every Russian & European should and hopefully will be boycotting Turkey as long as Erdogan is in power.

    • No Mame says:

      …”give it back to the real owners….”. They have been living there for centuries, and still do. And they are Russian. That means you don’t have a clue when writing here.

  12. Rena says:

    Where it is loced in crimea? In which village?

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