Brothers Karamazov Hotel
Address: Sotsialisticheskaya St., 11a, 11b
The Brothers Karamazov Hotel was opened just recently, in May 2004. It is a cozy mini-hotel that features 28 rooms and individual approach to each guest. The hotel is ideally located in the historical district of Saint Petersburg, close to the Church of the Vladimir Mother-of-God Icon and the Memorial Apartment Museum of Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky, where he lived since October 1878 and till his death in January 1881 and where he finished one of his most famous novels - "The Brothers Karamazov".
Both businessmen, whose priority is the easy access to the city center, and modern travelers, who want to see the real beauty of Saint Petersburg architecture and plunge into the unique atmosphere of the city, will find there everything they need. Note that Nevsky Prospect, the main thoroughfare of Saint Petersburg, is just 20 minutes' walk from the hotel. The nearest metro stations are the Vladimirskaya/Dostoevskaya and the Ligovsky Prospect.
According to the modern standards the Brothers Karamazov Hotel has been accredited as a three-star plus hotel. With its extensive list of amenities and high standard of services the hotel is perfectly suited for both business people and leisure tourists. The organic combination of the cozy, homelike atmosphere and the most up-to-date facilities provides an ideal setting for either short or long stays in the most mysterious of all Russian cities.
The interiors of this small hotel remind of refined Petersburg of the second half of the 19th century.
The hotel offers 28 standard rooms, including single and double. Meeting modern European standards, all rooms come equipped with electronic locks, telephone, TV, Internet access and hair-dryer. Bathrooms feature shower-cabins.
For those traveling with children the hotel offers family guestrooms with adjacent rooms. Extra bed is available upon request.
The most demanding guests will surely appreciate the unique interior rooms, decorated in refined classical style of the second half of the 19th century. There are only four such rooms in the hotel. Named after the female characters of Dostoevsky's most famous novels, they convey the individual character traits of Grushenka and Katerina from "The Brothers Karamazov", Nastasya Filipovna and Aglaya from "Idiot".