Arbat Nord is a small hotel with 33 rooms, not far from the city center. It took me around 20-minutes to get to Nevsky Prospekt.
The nearest metro station is Chernyshevskaya and it's about 10-minute walk from the hotel.
International airport approx. 1 hour by car.
My conclusion: the hotel itself is new and clean, but the staff is probably not well trained. Although they try very hard, some things go completely wrong. I would recommend this accomodation if it was about $100, but not for $200.
Unique Quality: Some nice and not-so-nice things:
* nice buffet breakfast (although fruit-lovers will be disappointed because all fruit looked very old :(
* very friendly staff in the restaurant
* air-conditioner in the room (when I arrived it was on, and the room temperature must have been no more than +10C. There was no way to heat the room up until it simply warmed up itself)
*satellite TV (only had one English-speaking channel - BBC)
*access to Internet (NOT all rooms have the access - it took them a day to inform me about that. In the meanwhile I almost threw my notebook out of the window because I had to work and I thought my computer was playing tricks on me. Later I got a new room though...)
* hotel price was quoted as $185, but you are allowed to pay in roubles only. However, their exchange rate for a $ was 32, not 28.5 that was normal for all currency exchanges in the town.
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