Nevsky Breeze Hotel
Address12 Galernaya st. (District: Centre) St PetersburgSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This hotel is in one of the city centre’s most charming streets, just one block back from the Neva River. The 33 rooms are comfortable and simple, all with private bathrooms but without fridges. It’s thoroughly contemporary inside, and little mileage is made out of the historic building, but despite this it’s a popular choice.
Our independent authors have visited Nevsky Breeze Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Sennaya & Kolomna.
Description provided by property
The attractive interior style of the rooms and passages leaves guests with fond memories of their stay in this Venice of the North. Another plus is the hotel's location on Galernaya Street, which is one of the prettiest, quietest lanes in the old city centre.
In this refined hotel there are 28 business class rooms (25 Standard rooms and 3 Superior rooms). Each business class room has a TV and several have it in both the sitting and sleeping areas. In every guestroom there is a bathroom, phone, room safe, individual climate control. Superior rooms come with a hydromassage whirlpool bath. Indispensable for the modern world is Internet, both wireless and cable, and a fax machine for guest use.
The Nevsky Breeze is a good choice for guests travelling with their family because some of the rooms have the large sofa and it easily converts to a bed. There is a 24-hour security. We encourage the guests to avail themselves of the many standard services the hotel offers, such as visa support and a car and driver to and from the airport or railway station. There's a laundry and dry cleaning service, selection of cars with drivers for travelling in or out of the city, experienced interpreters in any language and tickets for airplane flights or journeys by rail.
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Cable TV
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Luggage Storage
- Airport Transfers
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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