Brothers Karamazov Hotel

Address: 11a, Ulitsa Sotsialisticheskaya, St. Petersburg, 191119, Russia
Nearest metro: Zvenigorodskaya, Vladimirskaya, Dostoevskaya
Brothers Karamazov Hotel in St. Petersburg

Named after the great novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky, who lived nearby for many years, the Brothers Karamazov is a charming and elegant small hotel opened in 2004 in a quiet section of the historic center just a few blocks south of Nevsky Prospekt.

The Brothers Karamazov Hotel has 28 guest rooms, five of which are so-called "Deluxe Interior" with attractive period decor and furniture. All rooms have modern conveniences including air-conditioning and complimentary WiFi access. The Brothers Karamazov also boasts a stylish restaurant serving buffet breakfast and a solid menu of traditional Russian cuisine. The restaurant can also be transformed into a fully equipped conference hall. The Brothers Karamazov makes every effort to compete with larger hotels for service and convenience, with a full range of standard three-star business and concierge services also on offer at reception.

Located between Dostoevskaya and Pushkinskaya Metro Stations, among rows of nineteenth apartment blocks, the Brothers Karamazov has good public transport links and, although not immediately adjacent to St. Petersburg's most popular visitor attractions, is ideal for those who want to soak up the historic and literary atmosphere of the city. The Brothers Karamazov is one of a select breed of former mini-hotels that have developed into characterful and stylish full-service small hotels.