Right from check in we were made to feel very welcome. Well located close to all the attractions made it easy to walk everywhere which was just as well as St Pete is cold in Feb. The in room sauna was a welcome surprise and very nice after a day walking the museums.
Traveller from New Zealand
Located in Nevskiy Prospekt, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Stockmann and State Russian Museum. Church of the Savior on …More
We were a very assorted party - one of us using a mobility scooter and another being only 6 months old - and the hotel staff were very sensitive to our needs and eager to help. The hotel serves very good cocktails in the panoramic restaurant at the top of the hotel.
Traveller from London
This family-friendly St. Petersburg hotel is located in the historical district, within a 15-minute walk of Palace Square …More
The staff is very friendly, helpful and most speak English. There is an elevator even though I read here that there wasn't (the hotel has expanded into another part of the building). There was a mini-bar in the room, but we found a 24 hour convenience store half a block away. One of the stops on the popular boat tour is a short walk away - you can hop on and off at 7 stops around town. The Metro is right across the street, and provides inexpensive transportation all over the city.
Traveller from Florida
Located in Nevskiy Prospekt, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Stockmann, State Russian Museum, and Kazan Cathedral. Church …More
For the most part, this hotel meets the requirement of a 5 star hotel with some shortcomings: staff was unaware of construction starting at 8am in the morning, which obviously was very disruptive. The fitness center is in a desperate need of an upgrade. It's just a room with few outdated machines in it. The fitness sauna and showers were lacking. There was no cold water, so unless you wanted to get scolded, you couldn't take a shower.
All that being said, the staff was amazingly friendly. And all spoke English. If they struggled with understanding, they apologized and found someone who could.
Traveller from United States
Luxury hotel comprised of two renovated 19th century buildings, set on St. Petersburg's main boulevard, Nevsky Prospect.More
Stayed in this hotel for 4 nights. Location is excellent for a visit to Hermitage and main attractions. Hotel staff were very friendly and helpful. They organised 2 tickets to a concert at Grand Philarmonia Hall at face value, plus commission (UK website were charging more than double!).
Room is well appointed and comfortable. Central heating is either fully on or off, which made it too warm. Despite it being -9C outside, I switched off the heating. Windows are triple-glazed so room did not feel cold at all
Breakfast was very good, efficient staff kept things filled and tidy.
St Petersburg in Winter is especially attractive, enjoy a walk on the frozen river and canals!
Traveller from Rickmansworth
Located in Nevskiy Prospekt, this boutique hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Singer Building and Kazan Cathedral. Church of …More
We booked this hotel based on ratings from other guests, and it's location. Since we wanted a chance to thoroughly see St. Petersburg we stayed 5 nights. Check-in was quick, hotel staff spoke English very well, and the room was nice and quiet. Location is good, close to many restaurants, banks, stores and within a 15-20 minute walk of the main historical area.
Traveller from Chicago
Popular with both business and leisure travelers, this hotel is in a grand 18th-century building on Nevsky Prospect, one …More
Pocket Guide: St. Petersburg Nevskiy Prospekt Hotels
Nevskiy Prospekt, the magnetic heart of St. Petersburg, was planned by French architect Alexandre Jean Baptiste LeBlond while working for Peter the Great. Stretching from the historic Admiralty in the north to the Alexander Nevsky Monastery, the street is renowned for its splendid architecture and famous former patrons, such as Tchaikovsky, Gogol, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Nijinsky.