My husband and I stayed at this hotel 2 weeks ago. Our Russian friends assured us that the location was great and the hotel was supposed to be pretty good. I should have never listened to somebodies else's opinion....
The first impression was as bad as the last one.
The reception is just a small computer table. There is no elevator or anyone to help, so we were dragging our suite cases to the 3rd floor ourselves. The delux room that we reserved was supposed to be better than a regular one (our friends stayed at the regular suite). When we came in the room, it was smelly and stuffy with awfully looking furniture. The bed was probably comparable to a US twin size bed, not a big one that we were supposed to get. Our friends for whatever reason got a bigger bed... The mattress was probably from the Great Revolution time with the springs digging into every part of your back. The bathroom was extremely small, and out-of-place installed plastic shower cabin was very claustrophobic. The walls between suites are so thin, we could hear everything happening in the hall. Breakfast that was included was beyond bad. (You have to reserve it every evening for the following day). When we were checking out they totally forgot to give us registration cards. It was a pure luck that I remembered about it. The only positive thing about this hotel was that every person who work there was very friendly.
To conclude my review: do not go to that hotel unless you are on a strict budget or don't care at all about the place you stay at. I would never go back to that hotel and wouldn't recommend to anyone.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel is located in the historic center of St. Petersburg, on a quiet back street on the Petrograd side featuring many restaurants, cafes and shops, in a restored 19th Century building surrounded by the city's historical legends and myths. The opening of the hotel took place in 2003 , timed to coincide with the 300th anniversary of the founding of St. Petersburg. In 2008, the hotel's room inventory and interiors were thoroughly reconstructed and updated, with all rooms supplemented with: safes, refrigerators and air conditioning. The distinguishing feature of the hotel is its proximity to Petrogradskaya, Chkalovskaya metro stations , and convenient transportation connections to the Lenexpo exhibition complex and Yubileyny sport complex. The hotel is located in the vicinity of numerous cafes, restaurants, shops and business centers. ... more less
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