Set in a 19th-century aristocrat's house, this Radisson is modeled after the St. Petersburg of Crime and Punishment. The rooms are fairly modern and functional, but they do have furniture inspired by Fyodor Dostoyevsky's own, and are decorated with traditional Russian patterns and colors. The Wi-Fi is free throughout the whole hotel, and the staff is friendly, although not all of them speak English. Stop by the Metamorfos restaurant for a classic Russian meal, with menus that resemble books. The hotel is near all the major city sights.
Radisson Sonya Hotel
RUB6,000–RUB9,000 double, RUB13,000 suiteUnits 173 units Amenities
Restaurant, bar, health club, room service, concierge, free Wi-FiWeb site Radisson Sonya Hotel
Map5/19 Liteyny Prospekt St. Petersburg, Russia
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