Vintage Hotel

261 Obuhovskoy Oborony , St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 192012, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Saint Peterburg, RUSSIA

A travel blog entry by trina.manz


... that were shaped like windows. Very flash. I think it was way more impressive than the Palace of Versailles - which was pretty awesome! The coolest bit was the Amber Room which was a room covered floor to ceiling in amber. The walls were made of amber mosaics. There were amber pictures and then amber frames for the pictures - it was all entirely amber, just shades of honey to red! So pretty.

We were also told that one of the grand rooms used to have ...

Day 8 of Cruise

A travel blog entry by peterdot

... to use their wifi try the connection first, before making any purchases. Far too often these places have not delivered. In fact the best places for wifi have been the Apple I stores and the information centres. Public libraries are probably your other option, though only in Ireland did we find these. Walking along Nevsky Prospect reminded me of Oxford Street in London except that here the footpath on each side was very wide and could accomodate many more people. The people could ...

Final days in St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40


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TUESDAY: ftomeek

Our last full day in this lovely city and we decided to jump on the metro again and visit The Alexander Nevskiy monastery. It is a sprawling monastery complex on the banks of the Neva, founded in 1710 by Peter the Great. It is still a monastery and working cathederal. Services were being held while we were there. We also followed a tour group through the graveyard here. The Tikhvin cemetery houses ...

Not Russian to leave (by Pam)

A travel blog entry by ben-pam


... the main street, which is fairly long, and stopped at a few churches and monuments along the way. I'd looked up a few bits and pieces about them before we left, so lucky Ben got treated to lots of fun facts along the way! It was a gorgeous walk, and we were both amazed at how beautiful the buildings are. There are a few very stern soviet buildings, which are pretty interesting to see too. We walked around by a canal, and then up ...

Galleries and a (much needed) History Lesson

A travel blog entry by donnartw2012


... rudimentary knowledge of this country's history. Aside from the history about Nicholas II, which I included in the Petrograd post, at least I got the politicians in order... • Lenin - he only governed for 4 years before dying of a massive stroke. Revered across the country. • Stalin- a contemporary of Lenin's but vilified. Everyone was petrified of him. Not sure why (and probably shouldn't admit that) other than the fact that he destroyed beautiful, historic buildings ...


This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Gatchina Palace and Park, Vladimir Mother of God Icon Church, Volodarsky Bridge, and Red Bridge.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding