Sochi squalor: Journalists report hotel horror stories as Russians scramble to ...
Sportswriters from around the world have begun cataloguing a litany of accommodation-related woes in Sochi, Russia as organizers scramble to finish the construction of some hotels three days before the Opening Ceremony of the Winter Olympics, and two ...
In Sochi, hotel complaints fall into chasm between global spectacle and under ...
Reporters vent on Twitter about Sochi hotels
Sochi hotels fail at the finish line as horror stories emerge
Sochi hotels receive surge in bookings after Winter Olympics
Kate Hopcraft, of Hotels.com, said: “Sport is such a powerful influence on our travel plans and our figures show the recent Winter Olympics have really put Sochi on the map. “Sochi was, until recently, a relatively unknown destination, but has so much ...
What Will Happen to All Those Sochi Problems Now?
Now That the World Stopped Caring, the Real #SochiProblems Have Begun
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Journalists share Sochi hotel horror stories, but many Olympians 'haven't had ...
Journalists who arrived in the Russian city to cover the Winter Olympics have been taking to Twitter over the last two days to describe the appalling, quirky and sometimes downright frightening scenes they encountered in hotels that were far from ready ...
"Come and vacation in Sochi ... please!"
Hotel capacity for the city has doubled to 50,000 rooms in the same period, with 56 of these hotels now rated four-star or above. Regardless of political persuasion and aside from equations on value for money against investment, the ambition of the ...
Forget its hotels, Sochi's tech has been up for the Olympic challenge
You've probably heard multiple accounts of everyday life horrors in Sochi, such as missing bulbs in hotel rooms, weird bathrooms, and dangerous manholes. But complaints about the cell coverage, Wi-Fi quality (even if it was provided that way), and ...
Sochi Olympics Official: We Realized Hotel Problems 'Too Late'
Wall Street Journal
The International Olympic Committee's chief coordinator for the Sochi Games said Monday the organization sounded a "red alert" in September because delays in hotel construction were posing a serious threat to the event. In an interview, Jean-Claude ...
IOC official: We recognized Sochi hotel problems 'too late'
IOC Declared A "Red Alert" On Sochi's Unfinished Hotels In September
5 Hotels in Sochi Where You'd Actually Want to Stay
The Winter Olympics are in full swing and Sochi's got the world's attention. But the mountain town's got yet another #sochiproblem: attracting tourists amid reports of yellow water, insects in food and non-flushing toilets. One of the benefits of ...
5 Hotels in Sochi You'd Actually Want To Stay in
The Atlantic Cities
Now What? A City Fears a Flameout
New York Times
After Sunday night's closing ceremony, Sochi must confront life after the Olympics and the impact of a building boom that, for a time, made it the world's largest construction site. The area is now home to more than 40,000 hotel rooms, four ski resorts ...
What's Next for Sochi's $50 Billion in Facilities?
Russia must banish 'white elephant' spectre from Sochi
Future of Multibillion Sochi Investment Unclear
Russian official says government has video surveillance of Sochi hotel room ...
As journalists have started to flood into Sochi to cover the Olympic games, they've found that their accommodations are a bit rough around the edges. Reports range from broken heating units and dirty tap water to missing trash cans, but Sochi guests ...
'Sochi hotels have hidden surveillance cameras in SHOWERS'
Russian Deputy PM: We're Surveilling Sochi's Showers
Russia Pushes Back Against Sochi Complaints
Sochi 2014: You can check in, but ...
Heartbreak hotel for Sochi's media posse. With the 2014 Winter Olympics due to start Thursday, journalists from around the world have been checking into their hotels inside Sochi's Media Village. In some cases, they've been left bemused and frustrated.