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
The hotel is located in heart of the long standing centre of Saint Petersburg on Nevsky prospect and Mayakovskaya metro …More
The hotel is at the upper floor of an old 5-floor building (equipped with an elevator). It looks cosy and nice, although it feels like the hotel is not as new as it was someday. Staff is pleasant, equipment is clean. I would recommend it to those who doesn't care much about the view from the window, and who looks for a cheap and comfy stay for few nights in a heart of St.Petersburg.
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the entrance is a bit of a shock because this is a general entrance to many businesses, but do not fear-the actual hotel is nice. The internet get handled by the receptionist-very helpful-but would have liked to book my own flight and search wider for cheaper flights. this was a bit off a costy trip. she did everything right, but could not sent e-mail home???
would be nice to be hands -on myself.
sharmein from South-Africa
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This hotel was great! In such a good location and a great price. Relatively small and not fancy but it is very comfy and the staff is very helpful. There weren't a lot of amenities but the room was very comfortable and everything in it worked well. They have a really great setup for anyone who is looking for a good deal in a great location, no frills, and not planning to spend too much time in the hotel.
I wanted to stay somewhere that isn't chained or luxurious filled with tourists from package tours. I wanted somewhere where locals will stay in and hence I chose this hotel when I went to St Petersburg.
The location is great. It is walking distance to most sites as well as being right by the Metro station and lots of shopping and restaurants.
The hotel is as it says: a boutique hotel. We couldn't find it at first, and then it surprised us with a cute little room 4 floors up the stairs in what seems to be a residential building.
Staff is pleasant but not overly keen on being friendly (nor were they rude - they were just, there).
The room was comfortable and very cute - it was decorated with lovely furnishing, but we didn't have a good sleep....
We had room 402 which was above the main road and with thin walls and windows we could hear all the traffic and nearby parties throughout the night, unfortunately.
Breakfast is sufficient, but I wouldn't call it good...
Having said all that - for the price paid it's good value.
The hotel is on the 4th floor with no elevator. It is not suitable for anyone with mobility limitations.