Kurortny District

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Coordinates: 60°10′10″N 29°54′39″E / 60.169581°N 29.910718°E / 60.169581; 29.910718

Kurortny District (highlighted in dark) in St. Petersburg

Kurortny District (Russian: Куро́ртный райо́н) is a district of St. Petersburg, Russia, located on the Karelian Isthmus along the northern shore of the Gulf of Finland. Population: 70,589 (2010 Census);[1] 67,511 (2002 Census).[2]

It includes the municipal towns of Sestroretsk (population 40,287 as of the 2002 Census) and Zelenogorsk (pop. 12,074), as well as the municipal settlements of Beloostrov (1,690), Komarovo (1,062), Molodyozhnoye (1,437), Pesochny (6,487), Repino (2,011), Serovo (252), Smolyachkovo (568), Solnechnoye (1,161), and Ushkovo (482).

Tourism in the district is driven by Finnish bus tours. The current hotel stock is predominantly economy class, with few four star hotels. Plans to develop the region's hotel stock are coming to fruition, but the area lacks strong tourist demand.

A large hospital and rehabilitation center is situated in the town of Sestroretsk. It is the City Hospital No. 40 of Saint Petersburg.

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