This is a great hotel. If WiFi doesn't work, tell the staff and they will fix it - they did for me and I never had any more problems. The buses can be slow up Suvorovskiy, it's true but it *is* a short walk to the metro (10 mins max). If you're nearer a metro station, it's going to be even noiser, after all - and this is relatively quiet.The restaurant is a really nice addition - small and friendly, with excellent service. Everything is spotlessly clean on arrival, and your room is cleaned every day. Russian main roads are inevitably noisy, and this can be a problem even through their triple glazing, so if you think this will disturb you, ask to have a quiet room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Vera occupies part of a renovated 1903 Art Nouveau building, entered in St.Petersburg Registry of Architectural Masterpieces as Stepnov’s House. It is located in downtown St. Petersburg, Russia, within walking distance of Nevsky prospect and the Central Moscow Railroad Station. The renovations created contemporary accommodations with modern conveniences, while retaining early 20th-century charm. Its convenient location offers nearby services for both tourists and business travelers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Vera Hotel St Petersburg