Livadia Palace is famed for its history—over 50 years it served as residence to a series of three royal families: Alexander II, Alexander III and Nicholas II. In 1945 the palace hosted the Yalta Conference, where the leaders of the anti-Hitler coalition signed an agreement on the post-war world order.
Today, Livadia is a museum displaying the life stories of imperial families and fascinating facts about the Yalta Conference. The museum’s collection includes rare exhibits like the living and working rooms of Nicholas II and his wife, a small dining room and a children’s room.
The palace is surrounded by a wide park. Created almost 200 years ago, it is one of the best and oldest on the Crimean southern coast. To enjoy Livadia Palace from an upscale coastal location, book a room at the Radisson Resort & Spa, Alushta.
Livadia is still the centre of the peninsula’s cultural and political life, as evidenced by annual meetings of heads of state and the Yalta European Strategy summit. Hotel guests can easily explore Livadia Palace’s exhibits of Ukrainian art or the annual charity event the White Flower Festival, considered one of the brightest spring celebrations in Crimea. Located just a short distance from Livadia Palace, the Radisson Resort & Spa, Alushta offers high-quality accommodation and unparalleled service.
After your trip to Livadia Palace, enjoy a sumptuous meal at one of our stunning restaurants. Choose The Grilled or Tavrika for well-crafted European and Crimean cuisine. Order a drink at the hotel pool or dine on the hotel's open terrace by the sea at La Veranda Restaurant.