Vesta Hotel

Address: 90-92 Nevskiy Prospekt , St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191025, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown/Center City/Historic Area area of St. Petersburg, is near Peter and Paul Fortress (Petropavlovskaya Krepost), House of Books (Dom Knigi), Stroganov Palace, and Shostakovich Philharmonic Hall.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsVesta Hotel St. Petersburg

      Reviewed by heatheravan

      PPretty Good Location

      Reviewed May 9, 2011
      by (63 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

      Situated just off Nevsky Pr the principal street, and pretty much in walking distance from most sights, if not a subway entrance is nearby. Rooms are adequate and clean. Hotel is away from noisy vehicles in a rear area. Staff are helpful and good breakfast.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by andrewjerome

      Excellent location, great staff

      Reviewed Jul 13, 2010
      by (17 reviews) Sydney, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      This was a great place to stay for exploring St Petersburg. The hotel is right near the Nevsky Prospekt (main area) and most sights are easy to walk to. The staff are also helpful and can speak English.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Vesta Hotel St. Petersburg

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 04, 2014

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      Well, Hotel Vesta is not directly on Nevsky Prospekt, but on a courtyard behind the buildings fronting the main road. Our unofficial taxi driver had spotted the sign for "Hotel Vesta in the yard." I had written out the name and address of the hotel in Cyrillic and also the words for, "how much?" He replied in English a thousand. So much for my …

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      A travel blog entry by lewy9715 on Jan 02, 2013

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      The train arrived around 8 am (to music over the station PA System) and with a relatively simple metro system we found our way to our hotel quite easily. Left our bags then walked up Nevsky Prospect heading for Palace Square. Had cappuccino and 'hot chocolate' consisting of cup of room temperature chocolate syrup and half a cup of mini marshmallows!!! (Not sure if they had a new girl who didn't know how to ...

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      A travel blog entry by cylam on Jul 17, 2012

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      ... some small portions but at a reasonable price, then we went to a supermarket before heading back to our hostel. It seems that Russian fast food stores all operated in this way. You walk in, grab a plate, point to whatever food you want and they will be charged separately. They tend to specify the weight of food (in grams/ml, sometimes adjust according with a balance) you should expect for that price. So we managed to survive the trip without starving to death. It ...

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      A travel blog entry by cherylrego on Sep 05, 2011

      ... to make you fill out forms, then refill forms and then stamp the forms. Job creation at its best. The ride was only 3.5 hours and mostly the scenery looked boreal forests and Canadian-shield like rocks. Nice but nothing to write home about. We finally made it there and I was praying that the tour company I booked the tours and transfer from were on the up and up. You know, booking it over the internet, not sure about how ...

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      A travel blog entry by jnight on May 29, 2011

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