We Stayed in Nevsky Moyka 5 in October 2010, for four nights. We had two double rooms and for the price we paid, I just expected something "acceptable" - but it really exceeded our expectations. The hotel was tiny, but wonderful. The staff could not be nicer (esp the front desk, esp Luidmilla and Anastasia). Yes, I know, the entrance might not look that classy, but who cares? All I expect from a hotel (at this price range) is cleanness but Nevsky Moyka 5 has much more to offer. The location is perfect. A couple of minutes walk from Nevsky and Hermitage.
The rooms were a bit small but clean and comfortable. The bathroom is pretty tiny. Our room was located in third floor beside the lift and that was a quite noisy lift - I could hear it sometimes which was not very pleasant in the mornings.
The breakfast room is very small but we never had a problem. Normally all the people do not eat breakfast at the same time and if they do - well, just come back later or share a table. The breakfast choice was decent. I have been in many hotels with more "stars" on shoulder who offered a considerably lower breakfast quality. My problem with the breakfast room was not its size - it was the temperature! The room got so hot in the mornings even in October...
The smoking area downstairs is nice not just for smokers, but also for a family like ours who would like to spend an evening together, having something to eat or drink.
In short, these guys have anything you might need and for sure, I would not rate this hotel a "three star" which might, sometimes, sound like "low level".
All in all, the hotel is a great choice for staying in StP. It won't break your bank, and won't in anyway disappoint you or make you regret for what you have spent. I strongly recommend it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The name comes from the address, No 5 Moika Riverfront, and the hotel is right in St. Petersburg's historic cultural centre. Nearby there's the multi-coloured Church of the Resurrection, popularly known as the Church of the Saviour on the Blood. From the hotel it's only a five-minute walk to Palace Square and the Hermitage. The city's main thoroughfare, Nevsky Prospect, with its museums and glittery Parisian-style nightlife is less than ten minutes away. Definitely worth a visit is right on Moika, the Pushkin Museum, which is situated in Alexander Pushkin's last home. The Hotel Moika 5 has 24 rooms in three categories-18 standard rooms, 2 superior rooms and 4 suites with sauna and Jacuzzi. All rooms in the hotel come with television, phone, room safe and WiFi Internet. The four well-designed suite-rooms are split level and have air conditioning. Breakfast is also complimentary in the hotel's ground-floor cafe. Also worth a look is the hotel's own art gallery, constantly replenished with exhibits of work by local artists. Guests can have their choice among any or all of the hotel's many standard services, such as visa support, registration for only 190 roubles and a car and driver to and from the airport or railway station. There's a laundry and dry cleaning service, a choice of cars with drivers, experienced interpreters in any language and tickets for airplane flights or journeys by rail. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Nevsky Hotel St Petersburg