10 10 Most Unusual Hotels Of Saint Petersburg

10 Most Unusual Hotels Of Saint Petersburg

Posted on February 19, 2012 by

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.


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10 Responses to “10 Most Unusual Hotels Of Saint Petersburg”

  1. Harry Pachty says:

    a 44/7 restaurant? only in Russia ..

  2. jozef says:

    Some of the rooms are over board in terms of decoration. Way over, but I guess there must be guests who like this :-)

  3. Yorkshire says:

    All I need is a comfortable bed and breakfast. The rest is just added expense I don’t need nor want.

  4. Mariel says:

    Some of these buildings were komunalkas, weren’t they?

  5. Daniel says:

    Let’s have a look at some of the prostitutes that hang around those hotels!

  6. schtuka says:

    it is all fine and dandy, but i care about cleanliness and quality of the bedding, showering first. then location to price balance and soundproofing.

  7. AngloSucksonianMacho says:

    Not to mention how much is a one night stay in the cheapest hotel ? $250-300 ?

  8. Jays Black says:

    Only Thing i like is Images.
    Good Images with High Resolution

  9. High Resolution Images and Good Photography.
    keep it up man

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