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TravelPod Member ReviewsHelvetia Hotel St. Petersburg
Excellent hotel. Staff were very helpful, friendly and spoke English. The room was large. The bed vet comfortable and there is a pillow menu. The hotel has a lovely plant filled courtyard, unfortunately often with smokers, and a cafe and pub attached.
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