B&B Rinaldi at Petrogradskaya
This mini-hotel is located in the historical apartment complex of the philanthropist A. A. Antonova, built in 1913 by the architect V. V. Shauba. Up until the 1994, the ground floor of the building housed a popular cinema called “Lux”, which was renamed “Light” after the Second World War.
B&B Rinaldi at Petrogradskaya is just a 5-minute walk from the subway station Petrogradskaya. Near the hotel many cozy restaurants, cafes and shopping centers. The main attraction - Peter and Paul Fortress.
We are proud to offer you six luxurious rooms, able to house up to three people and featuring TV-sets, code-locking safes and free Wi-Fi and phone calls within the city limits. Blow-dryers and ironing utensils are available upon request, and access to a dining room and kitchen where a french breakfast is served each morning is included in the price of your room.
Next to the B&B Rinaldi at Petrogradskaya:
- subway station Petrogradskaya - 5 minutes walk