In this article you will find information on 10 most unusual hotels and dormitories of Saint Petersburg.
Checking in at four-star Karamazov Hotel starts at 11 a.m. and takes no more than 3 minutes.
The hotel is situated on a quiet street called Sozialisticheskaya (standing for ‘socialist’) and attracts you will the smell of chocolate coming from a nearby chocolate factory. The hotel has a large parking lot where you can leave your car for a reasonable sum.
There are 28 rooms in the hotel, standard and the so called “interior rooms” featuring an interior a la the 19th century and bathrobes and slippers as a bonus.
WiFi and an elevator (which is weird but still operational) are also available.
Nuances: the hotel has a good audibility and you will always hear your neighbors returning to their room after a late dinner. The shampoo and shower gel you will find in the bathroom are impossible to open without scissors. Standard rooms have no bathrobes and slippers which is strange for a four-star hotel.
Breakfast is included which is good. As for the food, it’s Ok.