Station Hotel K43
AddressKazanskaya 43 St PetersburgSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Station Hotel К43 is located in the heart of Saint Petersburg. Rooms here will provide you with a TV and free Wi-Fi. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms and complimentary toiletries. Guests can use the kitchen.
The hotel is a five minute walk from the Admiralty , the walk to the Palace Square and Nevsky Prospekt takes fifteen minutes. Mariinsky Theatre and the Central Exhibition Hall 'Manege' a ten-minute walk away. Nearest station metro Garden / Spassky is 750 meters away from us, next to the hotel are many restaurants, bars and clubs.
For a warmth and you comfort the accommodation has; improved sound insulation, ventilation system, central air-conditioning in the Superior Room, three electrical outlets, terrestrial TV (46 channels), bed with mattress superior allergenic bedding of high quality cotton, daily exchange towels, orthopedic pillows, bathroom with shower, a, large mirror, hairdryer on request. The hotel offers the following complimentary amenities; internet access (WiFi), access to essential TV channels, coffee corner with a microwave, refrigerator, coffee station with coffee beans, cooler with drinking water, sets travelers, self-service laundry (washing machine and dryer, iron and ironing board), luggage storage.
Station Hotel K43 Policies 7 Conditions:
Cancellation policy: 48h before arrival.
This property may pre-authorise your card before arrival.
Check in from 14:00.
Check out before 12:00.
Payment upon arrival by cash, credit cards, debit cards.
Late Check out available upon availability
Visa registration services are available for non-Russian guests for RUB 150 per person.
Please note that visa support for foreigners is provided RUB 600.
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Cable TV
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Luggage Storage
- Airport Transfers
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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