We travelled to Saint Petersburg with four other friends on motorbikes and arrived at Rush Hour on a friday tea time. Staff were great although we looked wrecked, hot and scruffy having been on the motorbikes for 13 hours when we arrived. They never battered an eyelid. Receptionist immediately confirmed that we would have to share the cost of one parking space underground if we all fitted into one parking space - this we did and three bikes went into one space. Security for the underground car park was top notch which was a relief to us. Hotel was a typical ibis which we have come to expect. Basic, en suite, clean! Nice to have an ironing room and we managed to wash our clothes and get them dry. Breakfast was good. Some Russian food which we tried and some international but very substantial. Hotel very central. Just off the equivalent of our Oxford Street and the Russian people so kind. We did not have to stand many seconds with a map before some non English speaking Russian came to our aid. We were only at this hotel for two nights but would definately go back
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ibis St Petersburg Centre Hotel is a 3 star hotel offering 221 comfortable rooms. Located in the centre of St Petersburg, it is close to Nevsky Prospekt (the main shopping avenue of the city) and only 500 metres from Moscow railway station. The hotel also features the Sud et Cie restaurant with a capacity of 120, a bar with space for 50 guests, 4 conference rooms and enclosed undercover parking offering 21 car spaces. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ibis St Petersburg