Nice looking boutique hotel, a little bit strange location of rooms, you can easily live at the floor 3 1/2, which mean no elevator goes exactly to your floor.
Service is terrible, it looks like the hotel is being managed by the team of students. At the breakfast you need always beg for tea cups, plates and napkins. Choice of food is OK, but for this price can be better.
No free water in a room or in the hall.
Basically what did I like to the most from this hotel is very comfortable location close to metro station in the center of the city.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Demetra Art Hotel is the excellent choice for those travelers, who prefer high level of comfort and service, but do not want, having entered into the hotel, to forget in which city and which country they are staying. Demetra Art Hotel possesses all advantages of the modern hotel, new and qualitative hardware, systems of safety and security. But at the same time - which is a rarity nowadays - it is an embodiment of Saint-Petersburg spirit. Floors of Demetra Art Hotel are designed in the styles of different epochs of cultural capital of Russia - the classic style, the baroque style, the art-nouveau style. The building itself is a masterpiece of northern modern style - it is the restored monument of architecture and is on the list of cultural heritage of the Russian Federation. All 57 rooms, designed by Italian architectural studio Rossi Cattaneo have different lay-out, even very non-standard. ... more less
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