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In Russia, Ukraine, and other former Soviet Union republics, the term sanatorium is generally used for a combination resort/recreational facility and a medical facility to provide short-term complex rest and medical services. It is similar to spa resorts with medical services.
On the other hand, for most Eastern Europeans including Russians, Ukrainians, Czechs, and other national cultures sanatorium mostly means a kind of hotel with health resort facilities and various available services (such as massage, pools, saunas, aromatherapy, oxygenotherapy, etc.) not covered by medical insurance. It is mostly without any double connotation is a spa resort where relatively healthy business people can rest and recuperate well-being during a regular job vacation. For example, Sanatorium Astória  and others located in Karlovy Vary Czech Republic, or Geneva Sanatorium Hotel in Ukraine may serve the purpose.
cheap,decent and down to earth atmosphere
i saw families, groups or individuals....
meet someone from the local or another visitor
good luck booking on any of this.
That would be the equivalent of a health spa. From my early school days, the sanatarium term often referred to an insane asylum. A place for mental patients to "rest and recuperate". Maybe in a strait jacket with electroshock therapy. Reminds of a movie called "The Snake Pit".
its not the same, dcguy. In Cherkassy, I stay at the sanatorium for doctors who are doing interniships. I know both the director and chief of surgery at the hospital there and the facility is quite nice and easily on the same level as good hotels in terms of accommodations. Currently $17/night and it includes breakfast. They have a gym, sauna and whirlpool available as well. In Odessa there are many of them for different purposes. They have spa resort types which you can be on beachfront, have massage service, facials, and be generally pampered and relax with no worries at all.
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