Hotel Aristos

Street Bol'shaja Monetnaja 14 A, litera B, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 197101, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

The Cruise

A travel blog entry by sal_mickandsue


... 8217;s grandson Gordon. There were a few other Aussies and a few others from the US, who we weren’t as close to. We joined them all on the last evening, with a rendition of 'My Bonnie lies over the ocean’, an old Scottish song with
Aunty Sue in the lead role, having been pushed to the front as the smallest by
Belinda. Only difference being they had been having Russian lessons and
practising and we had never seen the words, previous ...

St Petersburg, Russia ( & some details of Mosc

A travel blog entry by robyn4215


... to be very little scrutiny by the many police that are around - Jeff saw one guard with an AK 47 slung over his shoulder looking into the windows of rainy carriages in Moscow, but other than that haven't seen a lot of armed soldier prescience, other than at Kremlin of course. -Murals in subways in Moscow are something to behold. Could have spent another day travelling the subways looking at these. - not sure where he is, but in one of he stations that Julia took us to ...

Day 19 St Petersburg, Russia

A travel blog entry by allanbe


... Hare Island which is on the north bank of the Neva River. The fort served as the base for the city garrison and was also used as a prison for political prisoners. Although the fortress itself is rather unspectacular, the highlight of the visit was the Peter & Paul Cathedral which is the burial place of all of the Russian tzars from Peter I to Alexander III. The interior of the cathedral is quite impressive with extensive use of gilding and marble, including of course the tombs ...

From Russia with Love

A travel blog entry by jmsges


... churches are interesting. First off, there are no chairs, so you must stand the entire time. Secondly, the priest faces away from you, you only ever see his back. The services are conducted in old Slavic, not in modern Russian, so no one knows what the priest is saying half the time. Musical instruments are also not allowed, only human voice. Another interesting thing about these churches: the paintings have precious stones on them. ...

So much to see

A travel blog entry by ianandjen


Monday 2 July 2012 – St Petersburg

Today we woke up late – I set the alarm, however when I
turned on my mobile it had not updated the time to Russia time. We managed to have breakfast (there are three sittings for this – early riser, normal and late riser!) and then be ready for
the bus to depart at 9am. Every time you leave the ship you collect a boarding pass from reception and ...


This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace, St. Nicholas' Naval Cathedral, Loft Project, and Alexander Column.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aristos St. Petersburg

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding