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Park Inn by Radisson Pribaltiyskaya St Petersburg
Ranked #98 of 344 Hotels in St. Petersburg
Ashford, United Kingdom
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1,294 reviews
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“Great Hotel”
Reviewed 2 October 2011

The transport to the station is very frequent and very cheap except if you are new to the area and get a taxi they do like to rip you off except if you haggle which is the local custom i got a rr500 fare reduced to rr150 after walking off twice the hotel is clean and tidy with helpfull staff who spoke english or at least tried to speak english sometimes they just got another person to help me or used google translate the internet is ok but expensive compared to the pub on the beach which gave you a large bear and free internet the porter was very helpful with telling places to see and visit during my six night stay the swimming poll was fantastic with all the slides and different pools i have already decided to come back next year

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  • Stayed August 2011, travelled solo
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North West England
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 74 helpful votes
Reviewed 30 September 2011

I stayed here to visit an exhibition at Leninex. Very handy for this only 30 mins walk away.
However this is a vast and impersonal hotel mostly given over to tourist parties on coach tours or a stopover from visiting cruise ships. This is a long way from the main attractions of St Petersburg if that is why you are here!.
The rooms are OK - standard Park Inn. There is a fridge / minibar, but it is not stocked. You can have it stocked if you pay a deposit or leave an open credit card charge with reception. Can I do this? No! Why? We can't be bothered. Typical Russian standard of service I'm afraid.
Worse than this, I stayed during an upgrade to the Wifi service. The front desk sold me wifi time for when they knew it would not be available and then would not give me a refund. Egregious.
The lobby bar and restaurant are OK. There used to be 2 restaurants and a shop on the top floor but these are not in use now - shame. Especially since there isn't another convenience shop in the complex and most of the vending machines (on every floor) are broken.
There is a supermarket and an Oirish bar within a short walk. If you want to got to the "main" bits of St Petersburg, be prepared for a 30 min ride in a taxi.
It is handy for the beach, but that isn't spectacular either.
Will not stay here again.

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  • Stayed June 2011, travelled on business
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Moscow, Russia
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Reviewed 25 September 2011

Location of this hotel is too far from Petersburg historikal dawn town. Metro station is also far away. Taxi is only way to rich this hotel. Rooms have nice view for example to Baltic see. Rooms are clean. Breakfast is OK. Hotel is huge. Way from main entrance to rooms takes about 10-15 min.

  • Stayed July 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 25 September 2011

We were on a "First Class tour" (with Trafalgar) and unfortunately this was not a first class hotel. The best part of the hotel is probably the foyer and the view from there looking back to the city of St Petersburg.

It is not centrally located - a fair distance from the city centre. The room had minimal amenities, eg. no air-conditioning or fans (needed on a hot July night), no ironing board, no fridge, no coffee/tea amenities, which really is needed for a 2 night stay, however it was modern (for Russia's standards) and quite clean. The TV, lighting and room size were all fine. The bathroom was a good size but the tiles were pretty stained.

Internet at the Business Centre charged 100R for 15mins.

Unfortunately due to no wake up calls by the hotel, half the passengers arrived at the bus just in time however they missed out on breakfast - not a good start to their day.

The bar staff were friendly and very attentive.

  • Stayed October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Yavne, Israel
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Reviewed 24 September 2011

Huge hotel and very far from the city center. You need transportation to get into the city, otherwise you are stuck in the hotel.
The restaurant resembles a canteen, the choice of food is quite poor.
They advertise themselves as a four star hotel, I wouldn't ive them three.

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  • Stayed July 2011, travelled with friends
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Anaheim, California
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Reviewed 19 September 2011

My wife and I stayed at the Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya and I must tell all of you that their food was the worst I have ever eaten in a hotel. Their "mexican" buffet served on 9.3.11 was horrific. There is a new restaurant next door called "Vinagret" which is quite good. Avoid the hotel for meals if at all possible. The rooms were clean, but spartan.

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  • Stayed September 2011, travelled as a couple
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 September 2011

My boyfriend was invited to speak at a conference being held at the hotel, so we took the opportunity to explore St Petersberg the weekend before and made Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya our base. As this was my only visit to Russia I don't have other Russian experiences to compare my visit with, but the general unfriendliness and lack of interest in being helpful from all the staff we encountered was quite remarkable.

Attitude of the staff aside, there were certainly some cultural differences I'm not used to from any other hotels in the rest of the world. We went for a drink at the hotel bar and requested to put drinks on our room tab. The barman asked to see our room key and then explained we didn't have the right level of credit clearance with our booking, and would have to go and pay cash onto our room card, effectively to pay in advance for anything we wished to charge. Bizarre.

Regards location, I know conference companies try to keep costs to a minimum so shouldn't have been surprised when we found ourselves staying in the equivalent of the Docklands in London - ie an expensive cab journey from the centre of town. The hotel is on the edge of Vasilevsky island, across the Bolshaya river from the main attractions and surrounded by brutalist concrete high rise living; an authentic glimpse of inner city russian living, certainly- though nothing nearby in the way of bars or restaurants at all.

On our first day we were tired, hungry and curious to see something of St Petersberg so against the advice of our guide book, ordered a cab from the hotel concierge to find some dinner. Guidebook suggestion was not to catch taxis from the obvious tourist places so hotels, stations, airport etc The suggestion is to walk down the street or round the corner and avoid getting really ripped off. Wish we’d heeded the advice. The concierge told us to wait 10-minutes, made a call, and eventually a shabby ordinary taxi pulled up and we got a 15-minute lift to the other side of the island. We had forgotten to check the price when we got in - and in my experience no taxis have meters so it's essential to agree the price before getting in - and on that first evening we were charged 1000 rubles, £20.50 for a journey we later took regularly for 200 rubles, or £4.

We changed rooms from our original booking to pay more for a view over the bay (don't bother - not much to see). The next day my boyfriend wanted to confirm with the front desk that they understood he was departing some days after me, at which point he was told they'd released his original dates and there were no spare beds during the week because they had a conference on (!). Many trips to the front desk ensued over the next 2 days and we kept being told there was no room at the Inn. We worked our way through several unhelpful managers but eventually we did find someone able to give assurance he would be able to stay. Boring amount of hassle for nothing.

Having been recommended the St Petersberg circus, I was surprised to find the Concierge had no idea what I was talking about when I showed it to him in my guide book and asked his advice on getting tickets. He had never heard of it.

On a very basic level, the room was clean although the decor there and in the main restaurant made me think more of Butlins rather than The Bolshoi. I did like the entrance lobby - beautiful onyx walls and chandeliers really set your expectations in the wrong place for what's to follow.

The breakfast buffet was plentiful although pretty tasteless and once again served by surley looking staff.

One bonus was discovering that a 'junior ballroom dancing' competition was going on upstairs in the conference room - amazing people watching!

On our last night, we decided to walk to the water behind our hotel at sunset. From our room we had watched a little hut on the horizon flashing with disco lights all through the night and decided to investigate. Having circumnavigated the huge pool complex that adjoins the hotel at the rear and crossed the big main road we walked across a large car park. When we reached the hut, it turned out to be some kind of drinking shack with very merry party goers, but the bar was closing and we left the area pretty quickly as the locals seemed very keen on the huge deserted car park for hand-break turns and skidding competitions. The shore edge of the bay turned out to be out of reach - there is a big river estuary running in the middle of the beach that cuts you off from walking there.

Russia - I’ll be back. But I won’t stay here.

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  • Stayed May 2011, travelled as a couple
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Property: Park Inn by Radisson Pribaltiyskaya St Petersburg
Address: Korablestroitelei St., V.O., 14, St. Petersburg 199226, Russia
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Region: Russia > Northwestern District > St. Petersburg > Vasilyevsky Island
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#53 Luxury Hotel in St. Petersburg
#83 Business Hotel in St. Petersburg
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:4 star — Park Inn by Radisson Pribaltiyskaya St Petersburg 4*
Number of rooms: 1200
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High-rise Hotel set on northwestern part of Vasilyevsky Island in the Gulf of Finland. ... more   less 
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