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Radisson Hotel, Kaliningrad

Kaliningrad City

Bordered by Poland, Lithuania and the Baltic Sea, Kaliningrad is a Russian enclave with a rich history and an even brighter future. Ceded to Russia after the Second World War, the city has been part of four different countries over the years and is now the capital of the Kaliningrad Oblast.

The fascinating city is best explored from the fantastic Hotel Kaliningrad. Situated next to Victory Square, the Radisson Hotel Kaliningrad provides guests with 178 elegant rooms and suites to choose from which provide easy access to many of the city's main attractions.

Famous attractions in Kaliningrad
Kaliningrad city is awash with things to do and can cater to the tastes of almost any tourist. The area is famous for having the world's largest amber deposit, with jewellery containing the beautiful fossils on sale throughout Kaliningrad as well as there being a museum dedicated to the substance.

Nature lovers also visit Kaliningrad to explore the Curonian Spit, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site shared by Russia and Lithuania. Home to the highest moving sand dunes in Europe, the site is an ecological wonder and contains several key historical ruins.

Kaliningrad is home to a vast array of excellent museums, with two of the most popular being the Regional Museum of History and Arts headquarters located at Stadthalle and the Immanuel Kant Museum located in the Cathedral.

Book your hotel in Kaliningrad
Guests at the Radisson Hotel Kaliningrad can make the most of their time in the city due to its excellent transport links to the main train station and numerous historical attractions. One of the most stylish hotels in Kaliningrad, visitors can also enjoy its excellent Brasserie de Verres en Vers French restaurant and tranquil hotel bar.