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Akyan St.petersburg, Ulitsa Vosstaniya, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Check-in: May 20, 2019
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Cozy rooms with queen-size bed or two separate beds. Room size is 16 m². Windows face the quiet courtyard or Vosstaniya street.
Beds with orthopedic mattresses will help You to have a perfect sleep and recover Your energy. Bathrooms are equipped with a shower with heated floors. Rooms are equipped with an electronic door locks and double-glazed windows, guaranteeing good soundproofing. 
Every room has all the necessary facilities to ensure a comfortable stay.


Room Amenities :

  • Hair dryer
  • Safe
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-Fi
  • Iron/ironing board (on request)
  • Minibar
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct-dial phone
  • LCD TV
  • Private bathroom
  • Bathrobes

Included

Accommodation 

Buffet Breakfast 

Free Wi-Fi

24-hours service 

St. Petersburg  is the most beautiful city in Russia and one of the most beautiful in Europe.


Spring comes to St. Petersburg at the very end of March, and can be one of the best times of year for sightseeing and culture, before the tourist rush of the summer. The city comes alive fast after the long winter and, despite the residual cold, the inhabitants tend to be in celebratory mood. The sight of the ice from Lake Ladoga flowing down the city's waterways out into the Gulf of Finland is quite spectacular.

Saint Petersburg is a world-class destination and Russia's second largest city, with a population of more than 5 million perched at the eastern tip of of the Baltic Sea and the Neva River.

The city was formerly known as Petrograd and later Leningrad.

This is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful places on earth and virtually any building in the large historic centre, threaded with canals dotted with baroque bridges, can be considered an attraction—and indeed, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This is a magical city, with a long list of major attractions. Its Hermitage Museum, housed in the Winter Palace of the Romanov Dynasty, is both one of the world's greatest and oldest collections of art, treasure, and antiquities, and one of its most beautiful buildings.

Once a desolate swamp, Russia's imperial capital is today a dazzling metropolis whose sheer grandeur never fails to amaze.

Whether you’re cruising the elegant canals, crossing one of the 342 bridges in the city, or just watching them being raised over the mighty Neva River at night to allow ships to pass through, you’re never far from water in St Petersburg, which has earned the city unsurprising comparisons to Venice. The similarities don’t stop there, though: any wander in the historic centre will reveal canals lined by Italianate mansions and broken up by striking plazas adorned with baroque and neoclassical palaces.

St Petersburg is an almost unrivalled treasure trove of art and culture. You can spend days in the Hermitage, seeing everything from Egyptian mummies to Picassos, while the Russian Museum, spread over four sumptuous palaces, is perhaps the best collection of Russian art in the world. Add to this world-class ballet and opera at the Mariinsky Theatre, classical concerts at the Shostakovich Philharmonia and a slew of big-name music festivals over the summer months, and you won’t be stuck for cultural nourishment. If contemporary art is more your thing, there’s also the fantastic Erarta Museum, showcasing the best in modern Russian art, and a small but buzzing gallery scene.

Built from nothing by westward-looking Peter the Great, St Petersburg was from its inception to be a display of imperial Russia’s growing status in the world. Fine-tuned by Peter’s successors, who employed a host of European architects to add fabulous palaces and cathedrals to the city’s layout, St Petersburg grew to be the Romanovs’ showcase capital and Russia’s first great, modern city, a status it has retained despite the capital moving back to Moscow following the revolution. Despite all that history has thrown at it, St Petersburg still feels every bit the imperial capital, a city largely frozen in time.

The city’s White Nights are legendary: those long summer evenings when the northern sun barely dips below the horizon. Revelry begins in May, when spring finally comes to the city and parks are filled with flowering trees, and peaks in mid-June, when the sky doesn’t get dark, festivals pack out concert halls and the entire city seems to be partying over the brief but glorious summer. But don’t worry – even when the skies are grey and the ground covered in snow, St Petersburg’s rich culture still dazzles and delights.

Saint Petersburg is a world-class destination and Russia's second largest city, with a population of more than 5 million perched at the eastern tip of of the Baltic Sea and the Neva River.

The city was formerly known as Petrograd and later Leningrad.

This is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful places on earth and virtually any building in the large historic centre, threaded with canals dotted with baroque bridges, can be considered an attraction—and indeed, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This is a magical city, with a long list of major attractions. Its Hermitage Museum, housed in the Winter Palace of the Romanov Dynasty, is both one of the world's greatest and oldest collections of art, treasure, and antiquities, and one of its most beautiful buildings.

Once a desolate swamp, Russia's imperial capital is today a dazzling metropolis whose sheer grandeur never fails to amaze.

Whether you’re cruising the elegant canals, crossing one of the 342 bridges in the city, or just watching them being raised over the mighty Neva River at night to allow ships to pass through, you’re never far from water in St Petersburg, which has earned the city unsurprising comparisons to Venice. The similarities don’t stop there, though: any wander in the historic centre will reveal canals lined by Italianate mansions and broken up by striking plazas adorned with baroque and neoclassical palaces.

St Petersburg is an almost unrivalled treasure trove of art and culture. You can spend days in the Hermitage, seeing everything from Egyptian mummies to Picassos, while the Russian Museum, spread over four sumptuous palaces, is perhaps the best collection of Russian art in the world. Add to this world-class ballet and opera at the Mariinsky Theatre, classical concerts at the Shostakovich Philharmonia and a slew of big-name music festivals over the summer months, and you won’t be stuck for cultural nourishment. If contemporary art is more your thing, there’s also the fantastic Erarta Museum, showcasing the best in modern Russian art, and a small but buzzing gallery scene.

Built from nothing by westward-looking Peter the Great, St Petersburg was from its inception to be a display of imperial Russia’s growing status in the world. Fine-tuned by Peter’s successors, who employed a host of European architects to add fabulous palaces and cathedrals to the city’s layout, St Petersburg grew to be the Romanovs’ showcase capital and Russia’s first great, modern city, a status it has retained despite the capital moving back to Moscow following the revolution. Despite all that history has thrown at it, St Petersburg still feels every bit the imperial capital, a city largely frozen in time.

The city’s White Nights are legendary: those long summer evenings when the northern sun barely dips below the horizon. Revelry begins in May, when spring finally comes to the city and parks are filled with flowering trees, and peaks in mid-June, when the sky doesn’t get dark, festivals pack out concert halls and the entire city seems to be partying over the brief but glorious summer. But don’t worry – even when the skies are grey and the ground covered in snow, St Petersburg’s rich culture still dazzles and delights.

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AKYAN St.Petersburg Hotel is located in the heart of St.Petersburg, just five minutes from the Nevsky prospect — the main street of the Northern Capital.

In walking distance from the hotel is the Moscow Railway Station and metro station «Ploshchad Vosstania», many famous sights, museums and theaters, as well as all the necessary space to spend time with benefit and pleasure.

Shoppers will appreciate the close proximity of the two shopping centers — «Stockmann» and «Gallery», one of the largest in Europe. In addition to high-quality shopping, here offers a variety of entertainment: cinema, specific restaurants, sports complex, SPA.

Cozy cafes, gourmet restaurants and other atmospheric space for every taste are also adjacent to the hotel.

The building where the hotel is located, is a separate cultural and historical value. This is a unique mansion of the early twentieth century, built in the Art Nouveau style. Fine reliefs adorn the facade of the house, and majolica, which decorated the building for the first time have been used to design an architectural structure in St. Petersburg.

Regardless of whether you come to St. Petersburg for business or pleasure, the hotel AKYAN St-Petersburg you can find everything you need to make the time spent here was as pleasant and comfortable.

The elegant rooms are made in a classic style and warm colors create a sense of comfort and coziness and modern equipment meets the quality standards high.

Staff are available around the clock and will help you in solving any problems related to your pastime, both in the hotel and in St. Petersburg in general
 


Hotel Reception

Check in : 02 PM
Check out : 12 AM


Hotel Amenities

Laundry Service
Restaurant
Wi-Fi Internet
Air Conditioner
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