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Renaissance St. Petersburg Baltic Hotel
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Reviewed 31 October 2011

The hotel's location is great. Even in deep winter time, one can manage (despite the freezing temperatures) to get back to the hotel after shopping on the Nevski prospekt or take an after dinner stroll to the Hermitage and back!
We stayed there a couple of nights and spent the evenings at the Mariinsky theatre, the Mariinsky Concert hall and the Philharmonia. The hotel's location is very convenient for these locations (provided that one goes there by coach or taxi).

The hotel looks very impersonal, but we did not expect otherwise. There is a small fitness room in the basement which was good for getting some exercise. Breakfast offered a reasonable choice. Dinner however is not recommendable.

As we stayed in St. Petersburg for New Year's Eve, our group had a "gala dinner" at the hotel. Food was slightly better than during regular dinner. - There was another large group of tourists for that dinner and a terrible "entertainer". We felt very disturbed by the singer and the music was far too loud. Asking him and hotel staff to turn down the volume did not really help. Turning the loudspeaker towards the wall thankfully did.

Most of the rooms seem to face the "inner courtyard". Ours did and we did not feel that we missed much as sunlight was rather rare anyway. However, on NY's eve, it was very annoying as we were forced to listen to the horrible music for some hours more..

I would recommend the hotel for a stay in St. Petersburg due to its great location. However, do not take any additional meals there apart from breakfast!

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 26 October 2011

I have been at least in 10 other hotels in SPB but this one is definitely the most convenient. I am here for business therefore I need a good central location, great facilities. Only the gym has old style machines and it's not at the same level of the rest of the hotel. Great overall anyway!

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled on business
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Thank principe1965
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Reviewed 25 October 2011

Lovely boutique hotel. We were welcomed with drinks of 'Russian champagne' and by the time we quaffed them, our room - paid with points - was ready, well before noon. We had time on day of arrival to walk to Hermitage, and by showing hotel room key, bypass the long lines. We had arranged to pay for breakfast, which was excellent: lots of choices, and all delicious. We ate each evening in the hotel. That made it possible for us to enjoy a glass or two of wine, and not worry about finding our way about a strange city at night. Food was good. Not cheap. Think New York City prices. Room was a small suite, so adult son slept on pull-out sofa in separate room. Bathroom was not huge, but very nice. Lots of hot water and plenty of soap, etc., (unlike our Moscow Hilton experience). Towels were large and fluffy. Staff was friendly was friendly and helpful.

Room Tip: Always ask for an upgrade. Worst they can say, is, "No."
  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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Thank mbeth1403
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Reviewed 18 October 2011

Stayed in the Renaissance for 6 nights while on business.
There is nothing to fault at all. I stayed in one of the "inside" rooms (#505) with the view into the atrium. I can't really comment on the amount of daylight as I never stayed in the room during the day. So I didn't really mind the if there was a lack of view/natural daylight. It was very quite, maybe quieter than the "city view rooms"?
The king size bed was nice and comfortable with the 6 pillows. The bathroom had a full bath tub/shower (not separate).
The only downside was the air condition, which I couldn't get to the "right" temperature. So I either felt to cold or too warm.

Breakfast was a plentiful buffet with a wide variety of yoghurts, bread, rolls, yoghurts, meats, cheese, smoked fish (salmon and trout!) and "English breakfast" (the sausages were hot dog sausages) breakfast and my favourite-Blinis (pan cakes). To be honest I don't travel to Russia to expect a European or English breakfast/food.

There is also a ATM machine which takes nearly all cards like Cirrus, Maestro, Master, Visa etc. behind reception as well a Bureau De Change.

The gym wasn't the biggest with 2 bikes, 2 treadmills several weight machines and free weight area.

The hotel is very central -right beside Isaac cathedral.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 17 October 2011

Well located near St. Isaacs. The terrace bar was closed when we were there, but it is supposed to have a nice view of St. Isaacs. I was not impressed with the rooms and overall look and feel of the hotel (in need of updating). Service was friendly and professional. As everyone else has mentioned, the concierge was especially helpful.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with friends
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