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Renaissance St. Petersburg Baltic Hotel
Renaissance St. Petersburg Baltic Hotel
Pochtamtskaya Str 4, St. Petersburg
4.0 out of 5.0
4.5 out of 5 (124 reviews)
Very Convenient location less than 1/2 block from St. Isaac's and about 6 blks from the Hermitage Museum. ATM and Currency e … - 

£107

£107
Courtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel
Courtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel
166 Griboedov's Canal, St. Petersburg
4.0 out of 5.0
4.3 out of 5 (40 reviews)
Waiting for the shuttle from the city at one of the locations, bus never showed - had to take taxi … - 

£129

£129
Courtyard by Marriott St Petersburg Vasilievsky
Courtyard by Marriott St Petersburg Vasilievsky
61/30, 2nd line, Vasilievsky Island, St. Petersburg
4.0 out of 5.0
4.0 out of 5 (30 reviews)
7 Days in St. Petersburg Overall good. Staff speaks good English, and are all friendly. Buffet breakfast offered a good sele … - 

£80

£80
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Pocket Guide: Marriott Hotels in St. Petersburg

Premium Hotels from Marriott

The Marriott group has thousands of hotels across the world, each of which offers its guests a superior customer service that has helped the business grow from strength to strength. Marriott’s strong portfolio of high-end hotel brands includes the sophisticated Ritz Carlton resorts, boutique-style Renaissance Hotels and the homely Courtyard Marriott.

No matter its brand, each Marriott Hotel offers guests a unique stay, with premium facilities and top-quality room amenities. Free WiFi throughout hotels keeps guests connected and business guests can also work in slick meeting rooms and business centres. Elegant restaurants serve up local specialities and the bar area provides a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a nightcap.

Staying on Vasilyevsky Island

Peter the Great had originally intended Vasilyevsky Island to be the centre of St. Petersburg. However, creating connections to the mainland proved too difficult, and the city’s fishing industry eventually took over. Today, the island is well connected to the mainland via the Metro system and footbridges.

Located on the island’s eastern tip, the Strelka district is a hub for St. Petersburg maritime history. The two large red Rostral Columns dotted with ships’ prows are reminders of the city’s booming fishing trade. As Strelka was visible from the Winter Palace, the area was always well maintained, and still is to this day, making it one of the most charming areas of St. Petersburg to stroll around.

Choosing a Hotel on St. Petersburg’s Mainland

The most popular hotels in St. Petersburg are situated around Palace Square, close to many sights including St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Admiralty Building. Staying in the west of the St. Petersburg places visitors in quieter neighbourhoods, away from the usual tourist hotspots, but still within walking distance of the Mariinsky Theatre and Yusupov Palace.

Exploring Nevsky Prospekt

Most visitors head to Nevsky Prospekt to see its historic buildings. Many churches line the avenue, including the huge Kazan Cathedral. Not only does Nevsky Prospekt boast some of St. Petersburg’s best architecture, but it is also a hub of shopping and nightlife, and many visitors choose to end a busy day of sightseeing in one of its many vodka bars.