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Malibu in Moscow Region Attracts Tourists
30.09.2011 11:10
Malibu in Moscow Region Attracts Tourists
Malibu complex, Pirogov reservoir, Moscow Region

This summer a forty-room hotel has appeared on the territory of Pirogov reservoir. Being a part of “Malibu” entertainment complex it has become the third hotel of the centre that is now able to allocate about 136 people. 

      “Malibu” also includes banquet rooms, restaurants, a club, a conference hall, VIP beaches and two helipads. The special feature of the complex is its location on water. During the construction the unique natural landscape has been preserved and now guests can enjoy their stay at exotic place.

      Named by the famous Californinan town this complex has been working for five years and the opening of a new hotel has made Moscow Region much more attractive for tourists. 

      Accommodation price – from 3630 rubles per night.

      Sources: www.travel.ru. Image courtesy: www.t2r.ru


      



       


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Region Russian hotels activity holidays  

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