According to my guidebook, Tchaikovsky died in the building shared in part by this small hotel. That's genuine, old-school St. Petersburg. With a view of the Admiralty and a 6-minute walk from either the Hermitage to the east or St. Isaac's to the west. The decor is unique and the staff is friendly, though English is spoken only by select... More
- Also Known As:
- Old Vienna St Petersburg
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A both stylish and "home-cozy" mini-hotel in buisiness class, placed on the first floor of Malaya Morskaya 13/8; this was during the early XXth century a famous restaurant for the Bohemia of the Capital. The walls in our hotel did see the "Silver Age"of the Russian culture.Here Alexander Block was chosen the king of poets (for more about the history of this unusual place, see the section About ). Our guests have an unusual opportunity to live in the heart of our city in an atmosphere of the beginning of the last century to a most reasonable price. We have fine library for our guests, with memories and works of art from practically all the main characters of the Russian late XIXth and early XXth century culture. A sauna, a conference room, Fax-and Xerox-machines, free of charge Internet(WI-FI) and a clock round open cafe is also there for the comfort of our guests. All rooms are of higs standard; the comfortable bathroom has a shower cabin.Of cours all rooms are air conditioned and with DVD player. You can from our hotel nicely walk to the Hermitage,St Isaacs Cathedral and the Admiralty while enjoying the beauty of the Northern Capital. Everything is close to you. Attention! The entrance to the hotel is from Gorohovaya Street ... more less
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