Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby John from New Haven, CT
Great sorprise in St. Petersburgs.Posted May 29, 2014
Large room and modern. Perfect location and a pretty decent hot breakfast included with the room rate.
by A verified traveler
U need a car to get therePosted May 6, 2014
Cons: Room service
Location: it is located in the island
If u dont have a car, it is very far from metro. there is river around the hotel, so it has good scenery.
for Everyoneby Larry from Berkeley, California
Nice hotel at a good pricePosted Jan 9, 2014
Matisov Domik is located away from the major tourist areas but close to the Mariinski Theater. Hence, it has been a favorite of opera singers and operagoers. It is undergoing a renovation and the newly opened rooms are far superior to the old ones. I hope the renovation of the old rooms bring them up to this standard. Breakfast is included and also has improved. There is complimentary parking. The staff all speak acceptable English. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay this last December.
for Familiesby Andrew from Melbourne VIC, Australia
Great reasonably-priced Russian family hotelPosted Jul 4, 2013
Pros: Good price, quiet location, large room
Cons: Limited English-speaking staff
Location: By a canal in a quieter part of the city. Walk to Mariinsky Theatre.
This hotel is a little out of the way but the hotel has a shuttle bus to the nearest metro station. Taxi to the city centre is about 600 rubles. Having said that, it's a quiet location by a canal and only 15 mins walk to the Mariinsky Theatre. It's also very affordable for St. Petersburg. We booked a triple room for myself, my wife and our 14 year-old son. we were given a very large two-room suite. Clean, housekeeping and fresh towels every day. Russian-style breakfast buffet included. The staff had limited English but were friendly and as helpful as they could be given the language. If you're looking for a genuine Russian-style hotel experience at a reasonable rate and are prepared to be a little adventuous, but still safe and comfortable, I would recommend this hotel.
by Andrey from New York, NY, USA
ok just for yourself if don't care about servicePosted Oct 23, 2012
I was arrived to the hotel late night but the receptionist says I can't enter because we don't have passports and they can't accept driver licenses. In addition, they requires passport for each guest. That was very strange, because usually driver license or 1 passport is enough for the person booking the room. This is true for any city in Russia, not St-Petersburg only - know it by my own experience. The additional thing - whole conversation was ... (a little) below common politeness standards. It looks like staff only cares about himself (I can't let you in because I afraid of ... -- receptionist) and absolutely don't care about the guests. By the way, while I wait on the reception (after I walk back to the office, get passports and come back) somebody come diown and says there is no light on the floor... May be that person did not know there are moving sensors, may be not - i did not check... I've take standard room, which was ... ok just to fall asleep, wake up early and go out. Very simple, very basic quality. And TV with broken remote control...
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 6, 2012 on Hotels.com
Nice and comfortable hotel.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Close to major city centre sightsPosted Jun 6, 2012 on Hotels.com
for Personal Eventby Leo
Mad housePosted May 29, 2012 on Hotels.com
This hotel used to be a mad house and as you can imagine is located very far from any point of interest. Getting there is not easy and ones you are there you feel isolation. If you are in Petersburg for white nights you should not stay there. No restaurant near by so check in on a full stomach