I can highly recommend the Pushka Inn in St. Petersburg. The staff was very friendly and helpful and spoke excellent English. Room was quiet and very comfortable. Hotel is located within walking distance of many of the major attractions. I would definitely stay there again.
Christoph from Berthoud, CO
The Pushka Inn is an ideal place for rest and work combining both luxurious 18th century architecture with all modern …More
This hotel is really good. From outside it will look like an old building, but from inside its a castle. Huge rooms with nice & well trained staff. Really appreciate Infotainment Tourz Pvt. Ltd. for booking this hotel for us.
This guesthouse is located in St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg City Centre), close to Transfiguration Cathedral, State Russian …More
A1 experience from check in to check out. Great location close to 'must see' sites, museums and panoramas of the magnificent old imperial capital of Russia. The building is a well preserved and meticulously restored 18th century palace. It's worthwhile to spend several hours exploring and admiring the interiors. The hotel's atmosphere calls for 'slowing down', look around and enjoy staying in cozy luxury.
Sandy from Clearwater Beach, FL
The Taleon Imperial Hotel is the only lodging in St. Petersburg providing accommodations in a czarist-era palace. Restored …More
Apart from rather thin towels very nice hotel. Found Reception really helpful arranging taxis and restaurant bookings. Hotel restaurant ok for breakfast but would probably be a bit dim for dinner. Breakfast acceptable but limited choice of fruit. We had a 'design' room which was nicely furnished. Despite facing onto the busy Nevsky Pr was quiet.
Teresa from Dublin, Ireland
This hotel is located in St. Petersburg (Nevskiy Prospekt), close to Microminiature Museum, State Russian Museum, and Kazan …More
In late October St Petersburg is getting cold (temperatures around freezing apart from one glorious day of sun) and the tourists are definitely diminishing in number. So Domina Prestige was not very busy. But it was a full experience - very helpful, english-speaking staff (including a concierge to help with trips and practical advice), very good room (a 'superior') with all the facilities we needed, wifi throughout, warm(!) and a good restaurant attached (Arcobaleno). The decor and rooms have 'quirky' themes and colours (see their web site for examples) but we loved it and felt at home.
This luxury hotel is located in the heart of St. Petersburg, walking distance from Vladimir Nabokov House Museum and St …More
Start was indicative of whole experience - pick up from airport by smart friendly taxi driver in a very nice clean Mercedes. Check in very friendly and room had all you needed hair dryer, Iron, shoe cleaning, safe ....with our one overlooking the very nice courtyard.
Although just off the Nevsky Prospect the hotel was nice and quiet.
Hotel is very close to the underground and the M1 line is a must. 28 Roubles to go as far as you like, go south and get off at each station and just be amazed (ignore the last 3).
St Petersburg is a must. So much to do and see and so clean. Best city I have visited.
Neville from Luton, England
This hotel is located in St. Petersburg (Nevskiy Prospekt), close to Arctic and Antarctic Museum, State Russian Museum, and …More