Art Hotel Rachmaninov

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Individual Ratings and Reviews

Bernard Landry, Former Prime minister of Québec
Quebec, Canada
Posted: 7/2/2012

Family atmosphere and good service...

Thanks to SAINT-PETERSBURG.COM my wife and I discovered Antique Hotel Rachmaninov in the old center of Saint-Petersburg. We appreciated very much the location of this picturesque little hotel (10 minutes walk from Hermitage), as it's familial atmosphere and it's very good and kind service. The breakfast were also very nice and convivial. Frankly, I am happy to recommand it. Bernard Landry Former Prime minister of Québec
Miss Shaimaa Lotaief
Mohandssen ,Giza, EGYPT
Posted: 1/2/2012

Hospitality was great!

It was a great stay in St Petersburg at Art Hotel Rachmaninov, the hospitality from the people was great, and very warm and helpful ...
Klaus Sinland
Frankfurt, Germany
Posted: 4/25/2011

Nice and atmospheric

Apart from having to walk a few flights of stairs from the front door to the lobby, I could not find any serious fault at this hotel (I am not old yet, so I did not mind it). Having an intercom on the front door was never a problem: it was always answered politely and gave an added sense of security... Apart from that, the location is absolutely superb, antique decor is very atmospheric and the personnel is very nice and attentive. Good job!
Eleanor Ferguson
Phoenix, AZ
Posted: 2/9/2011

A quiet refuge - great time!

This is a lovely hotel for those who are looking for a quiet refuge in the midst of a large - gorgeous but noisy - city. The owners take a special pride in the fact that all public areas are filled with antique furniture and decorated with assorted historical paraphernalia. Which is kinda fun, at least for a while. The staff was nice and - what a blessing - English-speaking and they took good care of us. The room was a bit on a smallish side, but otherwise comfortable and with modern amenities. Complimentary Wi-Fi was also nice, although I am usually not a power user when I am on vacation... Perhaps the only fault I can think of was a somewhat unwelcoming front door with an intercom and four flights of - not very steep - stairs between the front door and the 3rd floor lobby. An elevator would be nice, but, hey, this is an 19th century building so a slight backwardness may be seen as something 'atmospheric' if you are fit enough to deal with it. :-) Otherwise, the Rachmaninov saved me a lot of time on getting to and from verious attractions and museums. I definitely had a pleasant stay!