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Nevsky Forum Hotel

Where in the city is the hotel located?

The Nevsky Forum Hotel is situated on Nevsky Prospekt, St. Petersburg's main downtown avenue, to the east of the Fontanka River.

What's the nearest metro station to the hotel?

The nearest metro station, Mayakovskaya, is right next to the Nevsky Forum Hotel. Mayakovskaya is on the green line and at an interchange with Ploshchad Vosstaniya on the red line.

How do I get to the hotel from Pulkovo Airport?

The Nevsky Forum is roughly 15km from Pulkovo, the international terminal. If you are travelling by taxi or pre-booked transfer, the drive to the hotel will take about 40 minutes. Alternatively, bus services run from both terminals to Moskovskaya Metro Station, about 15 minutes' drive away. Buses nos. 3, 13, and 113 run from Pulkovo, from the bus stop to the left of the arrivals lounge exit. From Moskovskaya, it is seven stops north on the blue line to Nevsky Prospekt. Change there to Gostiny Dvor and the green line, and travel one stop east to Mayakovskaya. The Nevsky Forum is right next to the metro station.

How do I get to the hotel from Moskovsky Station?

It is about 400m from Moskovsky Station to the Nevsky Forum Hotel. On exiting the station, cross Ligovsky Prospekt and walk straight down the south side of Nevsky Prospekt. The Nevsky Forum is on your left, just past Mayakovskaya Metro Station.

How do I get to the hotel from Ladozhsky Station?

Ladozhsky Station is in the east of St. Petersburg, roughly 7km from the Nevsky Forum. If you are happy to travel by metro, take the orange line from Ladozhskaya Metro Station and travel two stops west to Ploshchad Aleksandra Nevskogo. Change there to the green line, and continue west one stop to Mayakovskaya, which is right next to The Nevsky Forum. If you prefer the comfort of a taxi or pre-booked transfer, the journey will take 20-30 minutes.

How do I get to the hotel from Vitebsky Station?

Vitebsky Station is approximately 2km from the Nevsky Forum Hotel. For guests travelling by pre-booked transfer or taxi, the drive to the hotel will take 10-15 minutes. Alternatively, take the red line from Pushkinskaya Metro Station (next to the mainline station) and travel two stops north to Ploshchad Vosstaniya. Exit the metro via Mayakovskaya Station, and the Nevsky Forum is just to your left as you leave the station.

Where can I get Internet access at the hotel?

Complimentary WiFi Internet access is available throughout the Hotel. For those not travelling with laptops, PCs with hi-speed Internet access are available in the hotel's business centre.

Where can I park near the hotel?

The Nevsky Forum offers guarded off-street parking free-of-charge. If guests require a parking space, this should be noted on their reservation.

Does the hotel have satellite television?

All rooms at the Nevsky Forum Hotel have satellite TV with some English-language channels.

How do I get from the hotel to the Hermitage?

If you wish to walk to the Hermitage from the Nevsky Forum Hotel, it will take around 30 minutes to cover the distance straight along Nevsky Prospekt and across the Fontanka River, the Griboedov Canal, and the Moika River. To save time, take almost any bus or trolleybus from the stops on the opposite side of Nevsky Prospekt (and slightly east of the hotel) and travel four stops to Malaya Morskaya Ulitsa. From there it is only a few steps to the archway of the General Staff Building, which leads through to Palace Square. The main visitor entrance to the Hermitage is in the western wing of the Winter Palace opposite.

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

To reach the Mariinsky Theatre by public transport, take a 3, 22 or 27 bus from the opposite side of Nevsky Prospekt, and travel seven stops to Teatralnaya Ploshchad, in front of the Mariinsky. The journey takes upwards of 25 minutes depending on traffic.

What visitor attractions are located near the hotel?

The majority of St. Petersburg's visitor attractions are located around the other end of Nevsky Prospekt in the area known as the "Golden Triangle". This begins at the Fontanka River, which is around seven minutes' walk from the Nevsky Forum. Here guests can board private boats offering tours of the city's rivers and canals, and also admire the beautiful Anchikov Bridge with its famous equestrian statues and the Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace, one of St. Petersburg's finest rococo buildings, which in fact dates from the mid-19th century. Closer to the hotel down Ulitsa Marata, the Museum of the Arctic and Antarctic is housed in a former church and contains a wealth of material about Russian and Soviet polar exploration.
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