It was cheap and especially so for spb as well as there was an apec intl forum on whilst we were there which made alot of the central hotels booked out or very expensive Relatively new modest decor and furnishings. Relaxed part of town opposite a large park Good access to Peter n Paul fortress (though its more of an underwhelming experiences in spb)
The drain gave off a foul sewerage smell that got progressivley worse over the 3 night stay. Turning on the shower seemed to make it reside abit but we had to make sure the toilet door was permanently. Hot water was tempermental and required time to switch on and wait for the water to boil. Reception, whilst friendly and tries to help, with the exception of 1 lady, spoke almost no english. Air con is not really an aircon, it was more like a fan, luckily it wasnt tat hot during our stay but it wud be terrible if it was hot as u cannot leave the windows open as there are lots of mosquitos and the electric msquito repellent seems to do little
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- The comfortable hotel Mark Inn is located in the historical part of St. Petersburg within walking distance of the city’s main attractions. Its recently refurbished building is hidden in a quiet yard shielded from the noise of the big city, which allows guests to relax after long city tours or intensive business meetings. Its ten standard rooms offer all the amenities needed away from home, while its five economy rooms share two fully equipped bathrooms. ... more less
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