M Hotel

Sadovaya, 22/2, St. Petersburg, 191023, Russia
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  • Business78

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Saint Petersburg/Moscow Hotels

by singltravlr

Two of us will be in Moscow for 3 nites and St.Petersburg for 7 at the end of July. Any suggestions for centrally located hotels under $200max/nite? Anyone rented an apartment in St. Petersburg? Agency? Will train from Moscow...hints? REALLY appreciate your responses.

RE: Saint Petersburg/Moscow Hotels

by Natalya2006

Inexpensive accommodation in SPb see at the home[age of VTer Olga ("yos_moes"):

Another links
1. Mini-hotel in the center http://www.baskof-hotel.com/rooms.htm
2. http://www.mini-hotels.spb.ru/

You can ask me about location when choose

RE: Saint Petersburg/Moscow Hotels

by Julia2001

I can help you in renting private apartments. Send me e-mail on mersi00@yandex.ru

RE: Saint Petersburg/Moscow Hotels

by Tazzz

Hi, I was there last NYE and found a very cool apartment just off Nevsky. I cant find the email address for the lady I booked through but I paid at the hotel two floors up and have their business card. The address is http://anichkov.com/ This was a 2br apartment sep dining/ lounge with grand piano and sitting room. Great value for $200. If you email them and tell them its the apartment 1 or 2 floors below them Im sure thay will be able to assist.

I couldnt imagine a better apartment in a better location we loved it!
Cheers Mike

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by starship

It is quite interesting to note that many, many public buildings were in stages of restoration when we visited St. Petersburg. I, for one, am very happy that the need to preserve the beauty & history of St. Petersburg is being recognized and work is being done on such a grand scale. Nearly every important, historical building appeared to be undergoing restoration. However, I'm not sure that the same interest is being directed toward improving the general living conditions of the citizenry. Perhaps any measure of personal comfort still takes a backseat to other public works. Our guide explained to us that several families sharing an apartment is not an unusual circumstance even today. It is quite awe inspiring to be in the presence of a city and a people who withstood the 900 days Seige of Leningrad, and who are today gradually emerging from events they had no control over. I would like to listen to stories the people of St. Petersburg have to tell about their lives.

Letny Sad, sculptures

by bugulma

In the northern part of the park there are a lot of sculptures, it is real open air museum. I heard that almost a half of it is originals of XIX century. Besides, there is a monument to the famous Russian author of fables, Ivan Kryilov.

Russian Apartments 3

by sophiebeans

Once inside the apartment, the first thing I noticed was how high the ceilings were! They had to be at least 13 feet tall! Here is a picture of my friend's dining room, the scene for many an epic meal prepared by Babushka.

The Eternal Flame

by emilienoelle

At the entrace to the Piskarevskoye Cemetary there is an eternal flame which burns for the people who died during the Second World War, when the city was blockaded by the Nazis and hundreds of thousands of Russian people starved to death. The cemetary also has a small museum.

Tauride Tavrichesky Palace

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After the revolution it became the first locationof the provisional government.

It continues to host large parliamentary meetings.


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Address: Sadovaya, 22/2, St. Petersburg, 191023, Russia