The Gaylord oprtyland resort is the biggest and most beautiful resort in Russia, with a total of 6,000 rooms and over 25,000 square meters of land, but it was just one of many resorts to collapse this year due to the devastating impact of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
A major earthquake struck the resort in early December, but the hotel has since reopened.
The resort, which sits on 1.3 million hectares, is the third largest hotel in Russia after the Domodedovo and Arkhangelsk.
The accident at the resort has also impacted tourism in the region, and many Russian travelers and residents are now leaving their homes due to poor weather.
Many resorts in Russia have also closed.
The loss of Gaylord and other major Russian resorts has resulted in a huge number of travelers leaving the country for destinations that offer better weather and higher quality lodging, such as Europe and Asia.
Russian travelers have made their way to European countries for a number of reasons, including the influx of refugees fleeing the Ukraine and Russia’s ongoing civil war.
Gaylord has been the only resort that has not been closed, and the resort is a popular destination for Russians, with more than 1 million visitors visiting its hotel each year.
The tragedy at Gaylord is the worst tourism disaster in Russian history.
According to Russian media, the hotel’s owner, the state-owned Gazprom, has lost about $5 billion since the accident.
Gaylords collapse comes as Russia’s economy has been slowly losing ground due to plunging oil prices, the country’s recession and a collapse in tourism.
The collapse of Gaylords is not the first time that a major hotel in a large city has been damaged due to a natural disaster.
The 2011 collapse of the St. Petersburg Metro, which killed more than 3,000 people, also caused massive losses.