Maribelle Hotel

Kazanskaya Street, 12, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191186, Russian Federation | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $67.00

Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

The Border Crossing & Wonders of St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by pverco


... was the Yusupov Palace which was a privately owned palace and tied in with the Rasputin story and those who ruled Russia for over 300 years. The ornate nature of the very large palace and its furniture and art work was magnificent. The details relating to the sordid manner that many of the various key figures in the family were killed off from time to time was also fascinating.

Later in the day we visited the Hermitage Palace where the ...

A boat ride to opulence....

A travel blog entry by billyandjean


... s very unpleasant.

Anyway, we had a nice sail across the Gulf of Finland and arrived at a sunny but windy Peterhof. There was a charge to enter the gardens and another separate charge to enter the house. We chose to be fleeced for the gardens only. It is a beautiful place, very extravagant with each Tsar/Empress adding a bit on the top or the side as their turn came about. No wonder there was a revolution!

The gardens and the fountains were lovely and we spent ...

Russian Palace Roulette

A travel blog entry by paulej4


... left the bus, or just didn’t care about the time. The tourists owed the guide an apology, not the other way around. But as we learned quickly, our guide has been doing this for 41 years, and she’s got her process down. Don’t scold the customers must be rule #8.

Paul writes: Off we went back to the city. We boarded a semi-tacky canal boat operated by an unsmiling Russian captain and motored down the Fontanka (Fountain) Canal to its emptying point ...

St Petersburg festivities...

A travel blog entry by gatorlaw


... is good. The Russians seem to have a close relationship with random lunch meats. Dinners have been the most unique. The worst night was a hotel dinner that was white plain rice, a side of cucumbers, and a breaded filet of fish. It didn't taste bad per se, it mostly just didn't taste like anything at all, that and I am still not a big fan of fish - regardless of the lack of taste.

Swan Lake

And then, we got to go out for the evening to.....Swan ...

Into Russia

A travel blog entry by taylor.cornwall


... into Russia. Having been told that every company ran a 9am bus, we searched for our ride. Not a single bus left at 9am. Instead, we settled on the 12:30pm bus, giving us time to grab some last groceries (peanut butter!) and a haircut (figuring it was the last time for months I’d find a haircutter that spoke English).

The bus ride was fairly uneventful as we hurtled down the road as fast as we could for the Russian border. This pace was ...


This 2 star hotel, located in the ?78 area of St. Petersburg, is near Nevsky Prospekt, Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan (Kazansky Sobor), and Immanuel Kant's Grave.
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