Oct 7 - Oct 8
Fine hotel, good customer relations, pleasant area
Sep 29 - Sep 30
Very modern, clean, friendly place, nice view, and excellent staff who went out of their way to help and make our stay special. Would highly recommend and stay here any visit. Close to the metro and great restaurants as well.
Sep 30 - Oct 1
Terrific little apart-hotel in St. Petersburg neighborhood just off the No.2 metro line. Clean, comfortable rooms. Several good restaurants within walking distance. Good wi-fi.
Oct 11 - Oct 12
VERY NICE PEOPLE, GOOD BREAKFAST, COMFORTABLE SUITE, THE METRO IS VERY CLOSE AND THERE IS A GREAT SUPERMARKET AROUND THE CORNER. GREAT EXPERIENCE.
I would like to first commend Dmitriy. He was the night manager for my stay and he was super accommodating. He would answer all my questions and knew English pretty well. Which was a definite plus as it seemed no one knew English on the property. He also even printed out some train tickets etc for ...
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