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above average hotel for business travel. Better than Holiday Inn in States... Internet service very weak in room however better in common areas. Impossible to pay partially for internet - (although the options would indicate otherwise). Severe mark-up on cab fare when ordering through hotel. Having said - for Russia it's probably better than average.
"Great hotel in ideal location"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 18, 2012
This is a first class hotel in a wonderful location - walking distance to everywhere you want to be as a tourist. The staff is friendly and helpful and speak English! We upgraded for a minimal amount to a very large, comfortable room with a street view - we heard no noise. Breakfast was included with this room - well worth it. We definitely recommend this hotel for a stay in St. Petersburg.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 26, 2012
The Vera is a very nice small hotel on a moderately busy street about 15 min walk from the central railroad station and closest Metro stop. A bus in front of the hotel takes you all the way to the Winter Palace and the center of St. Petersburg. The single roomy and bath I had were rather small but adequately equipped and very clean. The mattress could be more comfortable. A good breakfast is included in the moderate daily rate. The English-speaking staff were knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. The restaurant is excellent and, for Russia, inexpensive. Their daily prix fixe menu is an especially good deal. Overall great value for the money.
"nice hotel near the train station"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jul 11, 2012
Since we arrived late by train from Moscow the location was ideal. It was a long but interesting walk to the main sites. Breakfast was good and the room was clean. We liked the design on the rooms window which allowed us to sit on the ledge and watch the sites. Found a great Armenian basement restaurant on the back street of the hotel (look for a English menu sign on their window as you go down the steps)l
"The place to stay in Petersburg!"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on May 17, 2012
The hotel is in walking distance of the major sights. At least if you are willing and able to walk for more that half an hour. For the others, there are taxis. Service is very friendly. The hotel restaurant has a great menu and great service. Try the fish soup and the veal dish. I wish I had more time to stay. I'll be back.
"Peerless in the World"
Reviewed by Todd J of "Nashville, TN" on
Jan 23, 2012
Simply put, this is probably the finest hotel we've ever had the pleasure of staying in. Monte Carlo, London, Paris, New York--we've been in all the best hotels in the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, and the Hotel Astoria bests them all. The concierge service is exceptional. The food is exceptional. The atmosphere is charming, refined, and no detail is left unattended. Breakfast is phenomenal, and the restaurant and bar both serve michelin-star-quality food. The staff is friendly, personable, professional, and multi-lingual. The spa is beautiful, calming, peaceful, and varied in its treatments, paying individual attention to one's preferences and needs. Views from the rooms are unparalleled in the city. The transportation service through the concierge is excellent. I am extraordinarily picky, and I haven't a single criticism to offer. I will say that everything is expensive. If you are on a budget, don't stay here. If you are looking to have the experience of a lifetime, don't stay anywhere else.