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The Dostoevsky Hotel is ideally located in the very heart of historic St Petersburg, surrounded by historic old buildings and has many unique features, adding to its character and charm. Enjoy a spot of shopping, marvel at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Vladimir or take in a tour of the city.
Each of the spacious guest rooms at the Dostoevsky Hotel come with a wide range of facilities for you to make full use of. All rooms feature free Wi-Fi access, a phone line with international dial, a TV with international channels, air-conditioning, a safe and a minibar.
After a busy day of sightseeing, relax with a tasty meal in the Dostoevsky Restaurant before unwinding in the Raskolnikov Bar with a drink. The hotel is also home to a sauna and a gym (chargeable).
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: MOSKVOSKY
- Distance: 500 metres
- Name: PULKOVO II
- Distance: 17 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 10:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Moskvosky Distance: 500 metres
- Nearest Airport Name: Pulkovo Ii Distance: 17 kilometres
To view our full selection of accommodation in St Petersburg, view our hotels in St Petersburg page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 710 reviews
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Stay Date: 10/2017, John L wrote this review.
Great hotel. Quite large. Connected to a shopping mall. Good food. Starbucks next door. Nice rooms. Friendly staff. English spoken. On the main street (Vladimirsky prospect). Convenient to most tourist attractions.
Great hotel. Quite large. Connected to a shopping mall. Good food. Starbucks next door. Nice rooms. Friendly staff. English spoken. On the main street (Vladimirsky prospect). Convenient to most tourist attractions. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, MehilainenMatkustaa wrote this review.
This hotel was perfect for our family trip with my parents. There's a great wiev from the top floor to have drinks or dinner. Metro is do close and just behind the hotel is a street full of cool hipster cafès and bars. Also great lunch plase -local … See more
This hotel was perfect for our family trip with my parents. There's a great wiev from the top floor to have drinks or dinner. Metro is do close and just behind the hotel is a street full of cool hipster cafès and bars. Also great lunch plase -local style. The hotel was nice. Clean rooms and ok breakfast. Staff spoke english and was helpful. The Faberge museum is really close and also nice dinner places! Collapse
central clean and affordable
Stay Date: 09/2017, cindyhQ1065QA wrote this review.
I stayed for 6 nights - room a little old fashioned, however made up with the cleanliness, good service and great location - also a large central shopping mall in the hotel - on the main roads and close to the farmers market
I stayed for 6 nights - room a little old fashioned, however made up with the cleanliness, good service and great location - also a large central shopping mall in the hotel - on the main roads and close to the farmers market Collapse
Nothing other than good location
Stay Date: 09/2017, Spoilt129 wrote this review.
Booked by ONE TRAVELLER travel company. Beds hard, utilitarian room with little shelf space in the bathroom. One Traveller really failed with this budget booking. Radisson just up the road would have been a better choice.
Booked by ONE TRAVELLER travel company. Beds hard, utilitarian room with little shelf space in the bathroom. One Traveller really failed with this budget booking. Radisson just up the road would have been a better choice. Collapse
First time trip to Russia
Stay Date: 09/2017, natsav2017 wrote this review.
This was easily the worst place I stayed in (out of 5) in Russia. The men at reception were unfriendly and there are only two small lifts at one end of the building. The hotel seems to cater mainly to large tour groups on package tours. I requested… See more
This was easily the worst place I stayed in (out of 5) in Russia. The men at reception were unfriendly and there are only two small lifts at one end of the building. The hotel seems to cater mainly to large tour groups on package tours. I requested a ‘Comfort’ room thinking I would get something extra but had the worst night’s sleep. The ‘Comfort’ rooms have aircon because the window does not open. All the ‘Comfort’ rooms are around the 24 hour shopping centre and there was light (and noise) coming into my room all night. Easily enough to walk around the room without switching on the lights. If you are the sort of person who needs a dark, quiet room to get a good night’s sleep, then don’t waste your money on a ‘Comfort’ room. I asked to be moved to a different room and this was allowed but I didn’t get the extra money I had paid back. This hotel also has the terrible sound proofing. When people were talking in the corridor, it sounded like they were in my room. It was very disconcerting. Sometimes, I woke in the night thinking there was somebody in my room and got freaked out. There was also no complimentary water in the room. When I asked about this, I was told there is a water cooler on each floor. It is neither advertised nor signposted and was difficult to find. On the sixth floor, it is near room 6636. I wanted to use the gym ball in the gym but it was really flat. I asked for the ball to be inflated but was told this was not possible?? I wanted to use some other equipment but it looked broken and the staff weren’t able to show me how to use it. The food at breakfast was adequate and there was always enough seats in the room. The hot food was never hot because it is not covered with lids. The salmon and porridge were the nicest foods on offer, and though I didn’t have any of the sweet cakes, they looked nice as well. The hotel is near two metro lines (one on the same side of the road and one across the road) but I didn’t find this particularly useful. The metro in Moscow is heaps better. The stations in St Petersburg are not well signposted (from the outside). The M in Moscow is red and larger then is one in St Petersburg, which is a dark colour. The stations are not well signposted inside and sometimes it was difficult to know which station I was at. There is also no signs inside the trains (like in Moscow) showing where you are. I found the staff and public in St Petersburg really unfriendly and unhelpful (totally different to Moscow) and became fearful of going places because I knew nobody would help if I got lost. One time, I asked the station attendant which side of the platform I should go to and she told me to take the escalator down and then figure it out myself. Not Kidding !!! I am a middle aged, white woman who speaks Russian, so I am not sure if others would find it easy to get around using the metro in St Petersburg. I bought a 7 day transport card but regretted it and would pay per ride in future. The metro is not that useful because most of St Petersburg’s attractions are within walking distance or far out of town (like Peterhof, Pushkin, Pavlosk and Gatchina). Admittedly I enjoy walking but I still needed to walk a fair distance even when taking the train (such as to visit the Yusupov Palace). Also note, the word palace is used loosely and many ‘palaces’ are just large houses. I would advise anybody coming here for the first time to organise tours beforehand because tour groups are given priority and it is not an easy town to get around. Most of the positive info on the internet seems to be from locals trying to promote their city (which is understandable) but not really true. I met two tour guides that were both excellent (Maria Luneva and Natalia Bazhenova) and would recommend both. Overall, I wouldn’t recommend this hotel to anybody and wouldn’t stay here again. Collapse
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