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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most St. Petersburg hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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We have all the red hot sightseeing tips for your next trip to St. Petersburg. Grab your planner and prepare to start filling your itinerary.
You'll find yourself surrounded by worthwhile attractions, such as Palace Square and State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace. If you'd really like to squeeze the most out of your time here, be sure to swing by Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood and Kazan Cathedral.
Peter and Paul Fortress guarded its surrounds from attackers for many years. Admire this mighty stronghold and discover its role in history. Adventurers in this destination have an abundance of choice. Are you an art buff? Take the time to appreciate some inspiring works and try to unravel the story behind them at State Russian Museum. Still have some time to spare? If you're bored of eating indoors, grab some takeout and enjoy lunch under the shade of a tree at Summer Garden.
Everyone knows you don't go on a holiday to sit in a metal tube and sleep in a strange bed. Travelling is all about the adventures you have while you're there!
Your trip to St. Petersburg is just about to get a whole lot more exciting. There are heaps of activities on offer, including:
Have a few spare moments? Head to our St. Petersburg things to do page for a full list of activities.
With 359 accommodation in St. Petersburg, finding a place to sleep will be easy. But why dilly-dally? Book early via Expedia and jump-start your next cheap holiday or luxury getaway.
Upscale choices such as the Rocco Forte Astoria Hotel (39, Bolshaya Morskaya str) and the Belmond Grand Hotel Europe (1/7 Mikhailovskaya street) are sure to charm even the fussiest vistors. If bargain travelling's more your style, you (and your piggy bank) might like the Art-House Guest House (Marata Street 10-6), or the Rinaldi at Petrogradskaya (Bolshoy Prospect Building 74).
Got your hands on the plane tickets for your trip to St. Petersburg yet? When you get there, prepare to stroll out into Pulkovo Airport (LED). It's 10 miles from the terminal to the middle of town.
We had an early flight out so we did not get to enjoy any breakfast or shuttle. It would have been great to have a TO GO bag or something available.
Such a luxurious hotel. With the most friendly staff. Would return to St. Petersburg just to stay here. Restaurant was awesome too. Very well located for all sites
Clean and modern room, very comfy but slightly small. All in all excellent value.
Lovely ,understated ,stylish hotel with interesting decor and very attentive staff.Nothing was too much trouble and always with a smile.The breakfast was a little too big but very good. Dinner was excellent but the desserts were a disappointment...... We had better ones at ordinary restaurants in ...
Huge hotel not much atmosphere in the lobby area. Takes a while to get to the room passing from many doors, which are not comfortable when handling a lot of luggage. Breakfast was good and wifi ok. Staff at reception were very helpful.
I chose Albora St. Petersburg based on their exceptionally high rating. I was curious to see if they really live up to the honor. It turns out that I was convinced that they are outstanding in almost every aspect. I am very satisfied with the experience
Excellent location, Very nice staff and the rooms are exactly the same as it’s shown in the pictures.