St Petersburg Elegy hotel
Rubinshteina st 18
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
Elegy mini-hotel is well located in the historical centre of St.Petersburg on the famous Rubinsteina street featuring numerous cafes & restaurants, just a 3 minute walk from Nevsky prospect. The hotel occupies the top floor of a 5-storey building (with an elevator). Entrance to the hotel is from the street.
Initially there used to be 9 comfy rooms carefully restored to 19th century era elegance in pastel colour scheme, and lateron 6 tastefully furnished rooms with urban-style décor were opened to the public. Nowadays Elegy hotel offers its guests 15 non-smoking bedrooms
All rooms are doubles, but may be used for single accommodation. Each room features elegant furnishings, direct dial telephone, TV-set, 220v electric current, WI-FI internet connection (free), individually-controlled air conditioning systems and ensuite bathrooms (bath or shower or shower cubicle, washbasin, toilet, hair-dryer). There is a fully-equipped kitchen area in the lobby, which features a microwave, a fridge, an electric kettle, a sink, china and cutlery.
The credit card used for this reservation must be valid for the entire stay. Guests must present this credit card upon check-in.
If booking on behalf of somebody else, customers must contact the hotel in order to arrange third party billing. Contact details are included in the booking confirmation.
The Elegy mini-hotel is located on the top floor of a 5-storey building (with an elevator), situated on the junction of Rubinsteina street and Grafsky lane, just a 3 minute walk from Nevsky prospect. The exact address is Rubinsteina street, 18/5. It’s a recently reconstructed dark red mansion with arched oriel windows. It’ remarkable that there is Maliy Drama Theatre next door, so you will definitely notice its gorgeous facade adorned with columns and street lamps. The entrance to the hotel is from Rubinsteina street. You’ll see hotel’s sign boards on the building walls and there will be a brown building door with a coded lock. Press a button with the hotel sign, pull the door, go upstairs or use an elevator and find the dark brown door with the hotel logo to the right from the elevator, thus you enter the hotel.
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