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Where to Stay in St Petersburg-Editor’s Picks

Wondering where to stay in St. Petersburg, Russia? Elegant St. Petersburg has many luxury hotels, but finding good mid-range and budget hotels is sometimes a challenge. We have scoped out these hotels for every budget in St. Petersburg.

Luxury hotels in St. Petersburg

Grand Hotel Europe 5-star
Uber-expensive and grand indeed, the Grand Hotel Europe caters to the top-of-the-line luxury traveler. Its 301 rooms are decorated with antiques. Top-level suites strive to emulate the opulence of pre-Revolutionary Russia; should you require a personal touch, several come with a butler. This is definitely the most sumptuous experience in St. Petersburg.
1/7 Mikhailovskaya ul., St. Petersburg
Metro: Nevsky Prospekt

The Hotel Astoria 5-star
This hotel off St. Isaacs Square has all the trimmings: a sauna and hammam, a ballroom, corporate meeting areas, marble bathrooms and attentive staff.  Guests of the Hotel Astoria should choose the included breakfast when reserving. The golden-topped St. Isaac’s Cathedral and park outside make for a lovely view. An easy walk takes visitors to the Hermitage Museum and the Neva riverfront.
39 Bolshaya Morskaya ul., St. Petersburg
Metro: Nevsky Prospekt

Mid-range Hotels in St. Petersburg

Rossi Hotel 4-star
The elegant Rossi Hotel sits on the bank of the Fontanka canal.  The hotel has small but comfortable rooms; the best views overlook the canal. Airport pickup and driving service are available from an attentive staff. Famed Russian architect Carlo Rossi designed the surrounding Lomonosov Square area.
55 Lomonosov Square, Saint-Petersburg
Metro: Gostiny Dvor

Casa Leto 4-star
This classy bed and breakfast has only a few rooms, each artfully decorated. The intimacy of Casa Leto makes for attentive service. The B&B has wifi and free international calls, as well as (of course) a gratis breakfast. It is located off the main Nevsky drag near the Hotel Astoria. Staff can also arrange excursions, event tickets and guided tours.
34 Bolshaya Morskaya St.,
St PetersburgMetro: Nevsky Prospekt

Deson-Ledoga Hotel
Though not luxurious, this simple hotel has plenty to be comfortable. The staff speak English and can help with inquiries. Located a bit farther away from the tourist attractions, the 3-star Deson-Ledoga has a quieter locale than some of the busy central hotels. A breakfast buffet is included.
26 Shaumyana pr., Vesyolyi Posyolok, St. Petersburg
Metro: Novocherkasskaya

Budget Hotel recommendations in St. Petersburg

Cuba Hostel
Funky, youthful and loud, Cuba Hostel is a centrally-located budget hostel, great for backpackers. Mostly appealling to a social crowd, the Cuba Hostel sits just down the street from Kazan Cathedral, and is a 5-minute walk off Nevsky Prospekt. There’s a small communal kitchen area; dorm rooms are spare but clean, with shared bathrooms. Free wifi and coffee are available in the couch-filled common room. The whole building gives off an appealingly anarchic feeling of cultivated disrepair.
5 Kazanskaya St., 4th floor, Saint Petersburg
Metro: Nevsky Prospekt

St. Petersburg International Hostel
An old and established budget option, the St. Petersburg International Hostel is part of the Hostelling International network. Cheap and basic, it offers visa registration services, laundry, and safety deposit boxes. Don’t expect anything fancy, but it does the job. The hostel is located at the far end of Nevsky Prospekt, off busy transport hub Ploschad Vosstaniya.
28 Sovetskaya St., 3rd floor, St. Petersburg
Metro: Ploschad Vosstania

We hope these suggestions will answer your questions about where to stay in St. Petersburg.

Written by Caitlin Dwyer for

Airijos Skelbimai

Friday 14th of October 2011

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Henry Williams

Tuesday 11th of October 2011

nice list of places in st. petersburg

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