Park Inn Pulkovskaya
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Park Inn Pulkovskaya St. Petersburg
Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
... way to the boat. Because most passengers would have flown in today, they will be met by ship-provided buses. We may well have been the first to arrive, at about 2:15. There were a few others on board, but they seemed to be waiting to disembark. In any case, we sat in the lounge for an hour or so and now at 4 pm, we're unpacked and comfortable in our compact, but very nice cabin with plenty of storage space, a good bath and ...
... as they have a black and white cow out the front. I tried the beet root soup and it was quite nice. Overall quite healthy food it seems. - Jeff and I noted the young ladies here love to where short skirts and very very very very HIGH heels! Overall the young people certainly don't seem overweight as would be observed in many western countries now, and they certainly seem to be quite tall. I know this is a generalisation, but is definitely the case. I must say from ...
... shakes the pavement. At full height,
Illumined by the pale moonlight,
With arm out flung, behind him riding
See, the bronze horseman comes, bestriding
The charger, clanging in his flight.
All night the madman flees; no matter
Where he may wander at his will,
******* his track with heavy clatter
There the bronze horseman gallops still…”
(The entire poem: http://web.ku.edu/~russcult/culture/han ...
After a 3am wake up call aboard our last Russian train, we find ourselves in brisk St Petersburg or "CAHKT nETEPbYPT" Central train station.. 4am.
Having already booked the backpackers- all we needed to do was get our bearings of a new city & find the hostel where we would be greeted with an early check in (very early check in) & an invitation to take a shower.. hopefully!
With accommodation so far on our trip we’ve been ‘winging ...
... it contains over 7500 square metres of mosaics, with the walls and ceilings completely covered - the main pictures being biblical scenes or figures.
Befitting it's origins, the church also boasts an equally tragic history. In the aftermath of the 1917 Russian revolution the church was severely damaged by rioters and looters. It was closed by the Soviet government during the 1930's and was used as a morgue during ...