AZIMUT Hotel St. Petersburg4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed in the old wing and the rooms are very tiny with no tea or coffee provisions. It had the longest passageway we had ever seen We asked for a room change to a bigger room opposite and then it got a bit better but nothing to write about. The hotel is outside the city and is best avoided.
Being first time in St P, booked based on the advise of Tripadvisor and stayed from 12th May to 16th. The only escape from a terrible room was to be out. The old wing has 1000+ rooms and each of them are seedy. There were no provisions for tea/coffee in the room and prices were equal to any luxury hotel. Missed dinner many times as the restaurants close at 10 AM and wont even let you enter beyond 9:45 PM. The new wing rooms have AC, but too small to be anywhere but on the bed. Also the location is outskirt to the main tourist areas. Unable to fathom why people book this hotel or if it is only a first and last timer like me??
Stayed 4 nights recently. Not quite a 4 star hotel, not even a 3 star one! There is no fridge, rooms are VERY small, the hot water was missing in some days... and you have to ask for every thing the front desk - no toilet paper, no towel, no room cleaning... Pity for the great view of the city from odd rooms at upper floors. Breakfast - OK, but nothing special...
Stayed here 5 nights for business. There were so many functions/events in the hotel that you had to wait 10 minutes for the lift to get to your floor. Renovation work was always ongoing and you could not get any rest in the afternoon. It is not situated near the subway (at least 15 minutes walk). The only saving grace was the hotel had a decent restaurant serving top-quality food.
Dear Hotel Management, Could you please explain what is the difference between if I pay directly for my stay or it is booked via external company? I used to travel a lot and in most of the cases due to the business needs. Due to my company policy I can not book any hotels directly but it is ME who decides which hotel I would like to stay. So where is the common sense in your hotel's policy that in case the room does not paid directly, the AZIMUT Card does not work? It looks even more strange that your card I received after numbers of stay booked via external company. Also I find very surprising that in case you want to order food to the room you need to pay extra 200 Rubles....never had such experience in my life even in 3 stars hotels. And finally for 4 stars hotel you need to do something with your breakfasts as it is absolutely not eatable....seems it was the last visit ...at least for me!
Used to stay here for work all the time, or should I say I was forced to stay here. Used to be a downright awful experience. I stuck my head in this year, now with a different employer and staying at a different hotel. Pleasantly surprised to see the entire place has been refurbished. Actually came back and stayed of my own free will with my family at the end of August and showed them around St Petersburg. The rooms are are nearly all brand new and the breakfast is excellent, they must have restaffed too as the staff are now competent and helpful. Has a nice lobby area where you can have a snack and a drink. Only criticism is its a bit far from a metro station and is not really with in walking distance to the main attractions in the city.
I stayed in this hotel for four nights whilst on business on the basis that it was cheaper than hotels in the city centre and, as I spoke the language, I could take a taxi each day to the centre. It is a hotel from the Soviet era, rooms are poky, dated and offer no air conditioning. The hotel offers live music and if you happen to be on the floor above or below, you are guaranteed not to get any sleep. The hotel is situated on a very busy road and sound insulation is very poor. Breakfast time is mayhem and on occasion no seats are available. In order to be guaranteed hot water, showers are recommended very early in the morning. The taxis arranged by the hotel are a rip-off and many times more expensive in comparison with, Yandex, for example. The staff in Reception and the concierge are sulky, unfriendly and unhelpful. The wi-fi does not work in the rooms and the only pocket where internet is available, albeit patchy, is in the lobby. The only positive aspect of the hotel is the restaurant on the right-hand side of the breakfast area where the food is excellent and staff incredibly polite and friendly. In conclusion, I would avoid this hotel like the plague during future visits to St Petersburg.
This Hotel lies at a far corner of the City, quite far away from the Main City attractions, Has few Restaurants & (Daily Need) Stores/Shops nearby, The Hotel seems to cater mostly to Asian Tourists, The Rooms are small but nice (Mine had a view), Bathrooms are decent, Breakfast was good, A good stay ....
Inorganized and very bad Search more for better places specialy in good locationsyou can ask me to explain in details Braekfast and lunch are very bad and low qualified, no exchange office is there Room serviec is very bad I had very very bad experience
We were at 10th floor it was very old the room had no air conditioner but good view break fast was simple it was not very special shampoo was not free Rooms were not very clean and old! 15 min with uber to nevsky prospect I never come back there!
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Spa services
Located in Admiralteyskiy, AZIMUT Hotel St. Petersburg is within a few miles (5 km) of popular sights such as Palace Square and Kazan Cathedral. This 577-room, 4-star hotel has a marina along with free in-room WiFi and a conference center. Located in central St. Petersburg, the hotel is also near State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace and Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood.
Enjoy a bite to eat at Avenue 43/1, the hotel's onsite restaurant. You can get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 11 AM.
The 577 rooms have desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and satellite TV.
Guests of AZIMUT Hotel St. Petersburg enjoy features like a marina, free WiFi in public areas, and 19 meeting rooms. If you drive, self parking is RUB 200 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for RUB 1600 per vehicle roundtrip. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a conference center, a business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
58.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1385 reviews