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Rosa Khutor
30 sets
of Olympic medals have been contested in 15 events at Rosa Khutor
At the end of the Olympics, Rosa Khutor faced another challenge: to transform from a ski resort into a year-round one, from a sports facility to a tourist one. This became possible thanks to the post-Olympic development program. Today, Rosa Khutor has become a popular tourist destination, offering a year round comfortable stay and a variety of summer and winter activities: in winter - ski slopes, tubing and tobogganing; in summer - hiking trails, a network of mountain bike pistes, a free access to a private beach on the Black Sea and much more. The resort has 15 hotels with 2,557 of rooms in total. Six 3-5-star hotels are located in Rosa Dolina, at 560 meters above sea level, and another 9 hotels with ski in / ski out access in the Mountain Olympic Village at 1100 meters above sea level, as well as 5 apart-hotels (394 apartments) and a complex of 11 chalets. The resort offers a choice of 50 restaurants, bars and cafes, diverse boutiques and shops, SPAs and beauty salons, ski rentals, a kids club and a multi-level parking. The resort has an open-air stage for concerts and other events, an Ice Palace with a full-size hockey arena that meets the standards of the International Ice Hockey Federation (29x60 m).

«Sure enough, many consider Rosa Khutor primarily as a place for winter vacations and skiing, but we have worked hard to make it a summer holiday destination also. There are even more tourists coming to visit us in summer than in winter. It is truly a year-round all-inclusive resort. Today, looking at our accomplished projects and having in our portfolio a number of other ideas and successful cases, we say that we have a comprehensive approach to tourism». Sergey Bachin, Rosa Khutor Chairman of the Board.

Since 2016, the resort operates a multifunctional performance complex Rosa Hall, which is designed for various events: festivals and concerts, conferences, forums, symposiums. The complex area is 10,000 sq.m. and includes a cinema and a concert hall for 1,700 people, as well as a congress center, which houses the main conference room for 700 people and 7 more conference rooms of various capacities.

Rosa Khutor is a great place to relax in winter. The resort has 29 cable cars from the world's leading manufacturers – Doppelmayr and Leitner-Poma. The Rosa Khutor ski area comprises 102 km of slopes of various difficulty levels and is the largest ski area in Russia. Thanks to the biggest artificial snow-making system in Europe (two artificial lakes, 404 stationary snow guns and 27 mobile ones), the skiing season at the resort lasts up to 140 days a year. There is a 2 km toboggan run as well as a tubing track.

In 2013, the Rosa Khutor resort began operating in the summer season, becoming a year-round resort. On June 12, cable cars, previously accessible only to skiers, were officially opened for tourists. It turned out that summer holidays in the mountains can be extremely interesting and eventful.
In summer, Rosa Khutor guests are offered a wide range of activities: the resort's own beach on the Black Sea coast, hiking routes along picturesque mountain trails, various fitness programs led by highly qualified trainers, cycling, Nordic walking. Every year the number of mountain activities increases. In 2018, Yeti Park - a rope adventure park - was opened in mountains as well as a Museum of Archeology and a Rodelbhan -summer sledges.
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Rosa Khutor was named Russia's Best Ski Resort  for the eighth time.
The common take-away was that «to become nature lovers, people need to have access to nature». Thus, the number one task is to create a legislative framework, currently all but non-existent.
The second conference will focus on specific ways to grow sustainable tourism in different climates. Russia is a very large country, and every part of it is unique, which must inevitably be taken into account when launching tourism projects. We created five booths to represent various climate zones of Russia – the Arctic, the Russian North, the Temperate Zone, South and East — where Russian and foreign participants will be able to discuss issues, and share best practices and insights.
Rosa Khutor resort launched a new environment project  in order to aggregate long-term observations and make a description of the avifauna species of the resort and its environs, and assess the status of rare bird populations. Following the results of the research, ornithologists will provide recommendations on the well-being of nesting, migrating and wintering birds in the resort, including the calculation of technical solutions and costs.
The hotel №1 located in the Mountain Olympic Village on the territory of Rosa Khutor ski resort received the BREEAM international environmental certificate. Three green stars out of five possible and the VERY GOOD grade is the result of the hard work of the staff of Rosa Khutor on the construction of the 163 rooms’ hotel.