Nevsky Hotel MOYKA 5

Belongs to Nevsky hotel net. 5 minutes walk to AVA-Peter Clinic.

A separate 6-storeyed building situated in the river Moyka embankment in the historical and cultural centre of St. Petersburg, very close to Savior-on-Blood church, Pushkin's memorial flat, 5 minutes walking from Palace Square and the Hermitage, 10 minutes walking from Nevsky prospect, The Kazan Cathedral.

A separate 6-storeyed building situated in the river Moyka embankment in the historical and cultural centre of St. Petersburg, very close to Savior-on-Blood church, Pushkin's memorial flat, 5 minutes walking from Palace Square and the Hermitage, 10 minutes walking from Nevsky prospect, The Kazan Cathedral.

The hotel consists of 24 rooms with all facilities including 6 deluxe rooms with saunas and Jacuzzi. 4 deluxe rooms has unusual 2-leveled lay-out. All rooms are equipped with TV sets, telephones, safe-boxes and minibars. Deluxe rooms have air-conditions. Also Wireless Internet is available.

In the ground floor there is a cozy cafe, where breakfast is served. A special smoking area is in a balcony. Guests are offered all range of tourist services: visa support, free registration.

2006 Rates:
  01.01-30.04 01.05-24.05 25.05-30.06 01.07-25.09 26.09-31.12
Double room (1 person) EUR80 EUR120 EUR130 EUR120 EUR80
Double room (2 persons) EUR100 EUR140 EUR150 EUR140 EUR100
Suite EUR150 EUR190 EUR200 EUR190 EUR150
Extra bed (for the children up to 12 years) EUR20

 

20% discount for AVA-PETER patients!!!

Tel. for booking (812) 703-3860 - Mn.-Fr., 9.00 - 20.00
Tel. in the hotel +7(812) 601-06-36 - round-the-clock
E-mail info@hon.ru

More information at http://www.hon.ru/index.php?page=hotels&about=moyka⟨=en

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