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Hotels in Vladivostok near Vladivostok (VVO-Vladivostok Intl.)

Vladivostok (VVO-Vladivostok Intl.) Hotels

A sprawling modern nerve center, Vladivostok International Airport (VVO) serves the picturesque maritime province of Primorsky Krai. A busy 2 terminal hub, it provides an array of domestic services, including flights to Moscow and St. Petersburg, as well as international flights to several major Asian cities too. Reclined on Russia’s sparkling Pacific Coast, 44 kilometers away, Vladivostok boasts sweeping coastal scenery, historical monuments, and a romantic seaside atmosphere.

Hotels in Vladivostok (VVO-Vladivostok Intl.)

You’ll find a variety of hotels near Vladivostok International Airport, whether you want a little gilded glamor in marble-clad luxury establishment, a home from home in an aparthotel, or comfortable simplicity in one of many budget-friendly hotels. Most full-service lodgings count restaurants and business centers among their amenities; whilst in-room you can expect WiFi and satellite TV.

Where to stay

Russia’s vibrant answer to San Francisco, with its hilly streets, bayside setting, and the gargantuan Golden Horn Bridge, Vladivostock offers stacks to see and do. The waterside city center keeps you within reach of the best attractions, including breathtaking views from Eagle’s Nest Mount, masterpieces at the ZARYA Center for Contemporary Art, and military marvels at the S-56 Submarine Museum.

How to get to Vladivostok (VVO-Vladivostok Intl.)

Vladivostok International Airport’s year-round domestic schedule includes flights to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Khabarovsk, Krasnoyarsk, and Novosibirsk. There are also non-stop flights to important Asian destinations, including Beijing, Hong Kong, and Tokyo, as well as charter services to Bangkok. If you’re heading to Vladivostok once you’ve landed, there are 3 ways to get there. Public buses provide the cheapest transport and head towards the city’s bus station, whilst the airport’s Terminal A railway station links it to the city center in around 90 minutes. Taxis are another convenient alternative, though be sure to agree on a rate before you set off.