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Arbat Nord Hotel

Where in the city is the hotel located?

The Arbat Nord Hotel is situated on a quite side street in the north of the historic centre, just over ten minutes' walk from Nevsky Prospekt and close to the Summer Garden and the Fontanka River.

What's the nearest metro station to the hotel?

The nearest metro station is Chernyshevskaya, roughly 500m from the hotel. On the red line, it is one stop north of Ploshchad Vosstaniya, for Moskovsky Station and Nevsky Prospekt.

How do I get to the hotel from Pulkovo Airport?

If you wish to travel by public transport, first get to Moskovskaya Metro Station by taking buses nos. 3, 13, or 113 from the bus stop to the left of the arrivals lounge exit at Pulkovo (the international terminal). From there, board a northbound train and travel five stops to Technologichesky Institut. Change there from the blue line to the red line (straight across the platform) and continue north four stops to Chernyshevskaya. On leaving the metro, turn left and then immediately right down Kirochnaya Ulitsa. Cross the street and take the first left down Ulitsa Mayakovskogo. The third street on your right is Artilleriyskiy Pereulok, and the Arbat Nord Hotel is to your right at the end of the street. If you are travelling by taxi or pre-booked transfer, then the 22km drive from the airport will take 40-50 minutes.

How do I get to the hotel from Moskovsky Station?

It is approximately 1.5km from Moskovsky Station to the Arbat Nord Hotel. By taxi or pre-booked transfer, the journey will take 10-15 minutes. If you prefer to use public transport, take the metro from Ploshchad Vosstaniya (connected to the mainline station) and travel one stop north on the metro to Chernyshevskaya. From there it is less than ten minutes' walk to the Arbat Nord Hotel, right along Kirochnaya Ulitsa, left down Ulitsa Mayakovskogo, and then third right onto Artilleriyskiy Pereulok.

How do I get to the hotel from Ladozhsky Station?

Ladozhsky Station is in the east of St. Petersburg, approximately 8km from the Arbat Nord Hotel. If you are travelling by taxi or transfer, the drive will take 20-30 minutes. Alternatively, take the metro from Ladozhskaya Metro Station and travel four stops west on the orange line to Dostoevskaya. Change there for the red line, and continue your journey north two stops to Chernyshevskaya. On exiting the metro, turn right down Kirochnaya Ulitsa and then first left down Ulitsa Mayakovskogo. Artilleriyskiy Pereulok is the third street on your left, and the Arbat Nord Hotel is at the end of the street.

How do I get to the hotel from Vitebsky Station?

The simplest way to reach the Arbat Nord Hotel from Vitebsky Station is to take a trolleybus (Nos. 3, 8 or 15) from the stop directly in front of the station and travel north eight stops to Ulitsa Pestelya. On leaving the trolleybus, turn right down Ulitsa Pestelya and then first left down Ulitsa Korolenko. Artilleriyskiy Pereulok is the first street on your left, and the Arbat Nord is the second building on the left-hand side of the street. If you prefer the comfort of a taxi or pre-booked transfer, the 2km journey will take around 15 minutes.

Where can I get Internet access at the hotel?

WiFi Internet access is available throughout the Arbat Nord Hotel.

Where can I park near the hotel?

Guarded off-street parking is available free-of-charge at the Arbat Nord Hotel.

Does the hotel have satellite television?

All rooms at the Arbat Nord Hotel have satellite TV including English-language channels.

How do I get from the hotel to the Hermitage?

It is possible to walk from the Arbat Nord Hotel to the Hermitage by heading straight along Ulitsa Pestelya until it becomes the embankment of the Moika River, and then following the river round to Palace Square. This very picturesque route will take around 30 minutes, and guests may prefer to walk down to Nevsky Prospekt and take the bus. Almost all buses and trolleybuses from the stops next to Liteiny Prospekt four stops west along Nevsky to Malaya Morskaya Ulitsa, next to the archway of the General Staff Building. The archway leads through to Palace Square, with the Winter Palace opposite. The visitor entrance to the Hermitage is at the western end of the building.

How do I get from the hotel to the Mariinsky Theatre?

The simplest way to reach the Mariinsky Theatre by public transport is to walk down Liteiny Prospekt from the Arbat Nord Hotel until you reach Nevsky Prospekt, and then take a 3, 22, or 27 bus seven stops (20-25 minutes) to the bus stop right outside the theatre.

What visitor attractions are located near the hotel?

Only a couple of minutes' walk from the hotel on Preobrozhenskaya Ploshchad is the attractive neoclassical Transfiguration Cathedral, which was built on the orders of Empress Elizabeth in thanks for the Preobrozhenskiy Guard's assistance in the coup that brought her to the throne. At the other end of Ulitsa Pestelya, just over five minutes' walk from the Arbat Nord, is the charming Church of St. Panteleimon the Healer, which has survived almost unaltered since 1734, making it one of the oldest in the city. Just before the church on the right is the magnificent building of the Stieglitz Art and Industrial Academy, one of Russia's most prestigious art schools, which also houses the Museum of Applied Art. Crossing the Fontanka River from the church, guests will find on one side the Summer Garden and, opposite, the extraordinary Mikhailovsky Castle, which was built for the ill-fated Emperor Paul, later became the Institute of Engineering, and now houses part of the collections of the State Russian Museum.
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