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Kristoff Hotel

Where in the city is the hotel located?

The Kristoff is situated in the historic centre of St. Petersburg, a few minutes' from the metro and about 1km south of Nevsky Prospekt.

What's the nearest metro station to the hotel?

It is less than five minutes' walk from the Kristoff Hotel to Dostoevskaya, on the orange line, and Vladimirskaya, on the red line.

How do I get to the hotel from Pulkovo Airport?

From Pulkovo-2, the international terminal, it is about 17km to the Kristoff Hotel. The domestic terminal, Pulkovo-1, is a further 2km out of the city. To reach the hotel by taxi or pre-booked transfer will take 30-50 minutes. The public transport alternative is to take a bus from either terminal to Moskovskaya Metro Station. From there, travel north on the blue line five stops to Tekhnologicheskiy Institut. Change to the red line (across the platform) and continue north two stops to Vladimirskaya. On leaving the metro, cross the street and turn right down Zagorodniy Prospekt. The Kristoff is about 150m along the street on your right.

How do I get to the hotel from Moskovsky Station?

It is around 1.5km from Moskovsky Station to the Kristoff Hotel. If you pre-book a transfer or take a taxi, the journey will take 10-15 minutes. If you prefer to use public transport, take the metro from Ploshchad Vosstaniya (accessed from the mainline station concourse) and travel one stop south on the red line to Vladimirskaya. The Kristoff is only five minutes' walk from the metro.

How do I get to the hotel from Ladozhsky Station?

For guests travelling by taxi or pre-booked transfer, the 8km drive from Ladozhskiy Station to the Kristoff Hotel will take around 30 minutes. Alternatively, take the metro from Ladozhskaya Metro Station and travel four stops west on the orange line to Dostoevskaya. Turn right out of the metro station, and the Kristoff is only five minutes' walk along Zagorodny Prospekt.

How do I get to the hotel from Vitebsky Station?

It is possible to walk from Vitebsky Station to the Kristoff Hotel, which is less than 1km north along Zagorodny Prospekt. By taxi, the journey will take only five minutes. It is also possible to take the metro from Pushkinskaya Metro Station and travel one stop north on the red line to Vladimirskaya, which is less than five minutes' walk from the hotel.

Where can I get Internet access at the hotel?

Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the Kristoff Hotel.

Where can I park near the hotel?

The Kristoff Hotel does not have it's own car-park.

Does the hotel have satellite television?

All rooms at the Kristoff Hotel have satellite TV, including English-language news channels.

How do I get from the hotel to the Hermitage?

The fastest way to reach the Hermitage by public transport is to take the metro from Dostoevskaya Metro Station (five minutes' walk from the Kristoff) and travel one stop west on the orange line to Spasskaya. Change there to the blue line and head north one stop to Nevsky Prospekt. Exit the metro from the front of the train, and it is about ten minutes' walk up Nevsky Prospekt to Bolshaya Morskaya Ulitsa, with the archway of the General Staff Building, leading through to Palace Square, visible on your right. The visitor entrance to the Hermitage is in the west wing of the Winter Palace, across the square.

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

Take the metro from Dostoevskaya Metro Station, which is five minutes' walk from the hotel, and travel one stop west on the orange line to Spasskaya. Exit the metro onto the Griboedov Canal, where marshrutka minibuses wait to take you directly to the theatre (about ten minutes away).

What visitor attractions are located near the hotel?

The Kristoff is a short walk from several sights connected to the life and works of Fyodor Dostoevsky, St. Petersburg's greatest novelist. As well as the monument to the author in front of Vladimirskaya Metro Station, the Dostoevsky Apartment Museum on Kuznechniy Pereulok is a museum and arts centre in the flat where he spent his final yearss, while opposite is the magnificent Church of the Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God, where the writer and his family used to worship.
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