Our apartments is located in the historical center of St. Petersburg, in a building included in the Register of Cultural Heritage. The house is located between Liteiny Prospect and the Fontanka embankment and has 2 exits - Liteiny Pr and Fontanka embankment (it is literally 200 meters from Nevsky Prospekt and Anichki Bridge)
This is really a homely hotel, albeit quite small. For customers who love comfort and do not like to overpay.
You can park your car in the free public parking nearby.
In the kitchen, a full set of dishes and appliances. In the general refrigerator the assortment of "continental breakfast" - yoghurt, juice, milk, jam, toast bread. Also always available oatmeal, muesli, various flakes, tea, coffee, cocoa.
There is a microwave, egg cooker, toaster, steamer.
Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel free of charge.
WHERE TO GO
The Museum of Fine and Decorative Arts, located in the complex of the Winter Palace. One of the largest and most significant art and cultural-historical museums in the world.
The first Russian drama theater for public visits, founded in the middle of the XVIII. At different times, the most prominent Russian directors worked in the theater: V. Meyerhold, G. Tovstonogov, G. Kozintsev, N. Akimov.
The most famous street of the northern capital. It stretches for 4.5 km. Here are many architectural monuments. Nevsky Prospect is a popular place with a special atmosphere, which is perfect for walks, meetings, shopping.
The oldest city park of the XVIII century, founded by Peter the Great. The first sculptures appeared here in 1707. In the years of the king's life was used as his summer residence. With each next ruler, the garden grew and eventually turned into a picturesque example of park art.
Saint Isaac's Cathedral
The majestic cathedral, the decoration of the city and the largest Orthodox church in St. Petersburg. The construction was carried out under the personal supervision of Nicholas I by the project of O. Montferrand. The building of the cathedral is a model of the late classics with harmonious patches of neo-renaissance and Byzantine style.
This grand palace and park ensemble is called the “Russian Versailles”. On the territory of the complex there are dozens of fountains, flower gardens, walking alleys and pavilions that remind of the imperial era of Russian history.
“Location on 5+! The apartments is clean. In the communal kitchen there is always a dry breakfast, coffee, jam, bread and milk. A great option for the traveler. "