Sivre Estate means Privacy

The boutique hotel is located on one of the most atmospheric streets of Samara's city centre, within an arm's reach of its business infrastructure, the Volga embankment and all the important tourist routes and city's museums.

The architecture of the mansion represents ‘Modern style’ (Art Nouveau Moderne) and the history dates back for more than 100 years. After the reconstruction in January 2019, it was reopened for visitors, having become an island of comfort and a ground for various events.

The hotel is hardly inferior to other hotels of the city in its comfort and service level, but on the contrary, uniquely offering an atmosphere of privacy to its guests.

We offer room service, an Italian tavern with a terrace, a banquet hall, a lobby bar with a fireplace, a laundry and free parking.

Sivre Estate means Exquisiteness

The interior was designed by architects Alexey Moldavsky (St. Petersburg) and Mary Kryzhevskaya (Ufa). The architects have long been successfully collaborating on projects, occasionally forming a creative tandem. As they have said, designing "Sivre's Estate" was especially interesting as it was offbeat. The idea to combine modern and antique in the format of boutique hotel creating cosy and home-like atmosphere was far from frivolous.

The designers of the project created a collection of 10 unique rooms in three categories of comfort: Standard, Junior Suite and Suite, equipped with everything you need for a long stay as well as short-term business trips. The interior of each is dominated by its individual colour, crafted furniture and decorated by paintings by famous Samara artists.

The hotel’s lobby bar is reminiscent of a cozy lounge area where our guests can enjoy a cup of coffee or a glass of wine in a soft arm-chair by the fire.

The splendid banquet hall with tall arched windows and doors and high stucco ceilings allows you to hold both family and business events, workshops, readings and recitals, and even modern art exhibitions.

On the ground floor of the mansion there is an Italian tavern, where we cook authentic pizza and pasta, following traditional recipes. In summer, the tables are laid on the terrace in the yard of the hotel.

Sivre Estate is Straightforward

You can come to visit us, book a room or a banquet hall by just calling us!

We are keen to see you among our valued guests at Sivre Estate.

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A house with history

From 1871 to 1903 the city manor on Voznesenskaya street partially or completely belonged to Anna Fyodorovna Sivre. Anna was well-known in the city thanks to her men's primary school — one of the first private educational institutions in Samara. The boys were taught Latin, Russian, French, and German, Penmanship, Religion, Arithmetic, Geography, and Music. The school was taught by the priest and Madame Sivre herself.

Sivre's stone mansion was built in the early 1900s in the Art Nouveau style. The name of the architect is unknown, but the house was undoubtedly built on the author's project. From the street it is a two-storied mansion with a mezzanine, from the yard it is a three-storied city manor with wide balconies overlooking the Volga. The Sivre house has the status of an architectural monument of regional importance, it is one of the most interesting historical buildings not only on Stepan Razin street, but also in the whole district.

From 1903 to 1917, the manor was inhabited by the family of lawyer Alexander Smirnov, but the house retained the name of Sivre's Estate. During the great Patriotic war, the Greek and Iranian embassies evacuated from Moscow were housed in the mansions next to Sivre's house. For decades, the Sivre's mansion was an elite governmental hotel. The hotel function of the house has been kept till these days, with the only difference in the lever of in design, comfort and quality of service from its predecessors.

Suite «Peter Alabin»

The geography of activity of Peter Alabin (1824-1896) is extensive. Born in Podolsk, he was the governor of Sofia and a mayor of Samara, an honorary citizen of three cities - Vyatka, Samara and Sofia. In 1877, he led a delegation that handed over the «Samara banner» embroidered by the nuns of the Iversky convent to the Bulgarian militia. Today it is one of the symbols of the Bulgarian armed forces. Peter Alabin - one of the most active leaders of Samara, a philanthropist, and a journalist. Thanks to his works «The twentieth Anniversary of Samara as a provincial city» and «The three-century Anniversary of the city of Samara» we can learn more about the life of the provincial city in the second half of the XIX century.

Suite «Alfred von Vacano»

Alfred Filippovich von Vacano (1846-1929) is one of the largest entrepreneurs of Samara of XIX-XX centuries. In 1880, an Austrian nobleman founded Zhiguli brewery. Today «Zhiguli beer» is known far beyond Samara and Russia, it is produced in other cities, and all this thanks to the brewer von Vacano. He was not only the «Beer king», but also took an active part in the social life of the city, was a trustee of educational institutions and shelters. At the expense of von Vacano, for example, in 1902 Pushkin square behind the Samara drama theater was built. In the square a wooden pavilion was constructed, where a Family-pedagogical community worked. Ten years later, the patron opened the first tennis courts in the city in park.

Junior Suite «Mstislav Rostropovich»

The musical history of Samara is inseparably linked with the name of Mstislav Rostropovich (1927-2007). The great cellist and conductor came here on tour more than once. Performance in Kuibyshev was included in the Volga tour of 1972, the last pre-emigration tour of the musician in the cities of the Soviet Union. In the late 1990s, the Maestro chose Samara for the world premiere of Sergei Slonimsky's Opera «Visions of Ivan the Terrible». The production team of the play included the Director Robert Sturua, the artist Georgy Aleksi-Meskhishvili, and Rostropovich himself acted as artistic director and chief conductor of the production.

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