Dom Sivre Boutique Hotel is located in Samara, two blocks from the pedestrian part of Leningradskaya Street and the Volga Embankment.
The stone mansion, that is the building of the hotel, was built at the end of the 19th century in the Art Nouveau style. The mansion on the former Voznesenskaya street belonged to Anna Sivre, which was known in Samara thanks to the male preparatory school – one of the first private educational institutions. The design of the boutique hotel was made in the French city-style – elegant and moderately restrained.
The hotel has 10 rooms: 7 of the first category with an individual colour scheme of the interior, 1 room of the highest category and 2 of the highest category “Suite”. The rooms are decorated with pastel colours, parquet floors and stylish furniture in all rooms. The high ceilings of the banquet hall are decorated with stucco moulding, and the lobby bar has a fireplace. The hotel is non-smoking.
The hotel has its own territory with parking and an open terrace of the restaurant. The balconies of the hotel face the Volga river and the historical quarters of the city. Ten rooms of the Dom Sivre (“House of Sivre”) and dinner with the famous chef Dzhanguido Breddo in the hotel’s Italian tavern is a separate pleasure.
Ru-Main, 06.12.2019, Pictures: Hotel Dom Sivre Official Website