Sochi history 1945 - 1985

Госпитальная база свернула работу в 1946 г. В трудных условиях послевоенной разрухи государство нашло возможность выделить средства для восстановления курорта.

Важную роль в обеспечении отдыха и лечения на курорте играли пансионаты. Большинство из них располагало собственной лечебной базой и являлось лечебно-оздоровительными учреждениями санаторного типа. Начало развиваться гостиничное хозяйство. В 60-е гг. вводятся в эксплуатацию гостиницы: «Ленинград», «Кубань», «Сочи», «Хоста», «Магнолия», «Кавказ», «Горизонт», «Бирюза», «Прибой», а несколько позднее - «Камелия», «Чайка», «Жемчужина», «Москва», «Дагомыс».
В конце 80-х гг. город принимал на отдых и лечение около 5 млн. человек ежегодно, в том числе свыше 200 тыс. иностранных граждан. Бальнеофизиотерапевтическое объединение «Мацеста» в 9 ванных зданиях отпускало свыше 18 тыс. процедур ежедневно. В городе функционировало более 200 санаторно-курортных учреждений на 90 тыс. мест.

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