Where to stay in St Petersburg? Probably, one of the first questions you might have when planning a trip to the Northern capital of Russia.
There are plenty accommodation options in the city centre and suburban areas of Saint Petersburg – from B&B to 5 star hotels. But today you’ll get a chance to learn about Top-5 hostels in the historical centre of the city where most of the popular tourist sights are located.
These hostels are all well-equipped, meet the needs of tourists, have reasonable pricing and great reviews from the international guests.
Feels like home. That’s ho you can describe staying in this hostel. Welcoming hosts, traditional Russian breakfasts for free, spacious rooms and special area for keeping the belongings. Wonderful restaurants, Nevsky prospect, the Hermitage museum and other attractions are just around the corner.
Address: Lomonosova Street 18, flat 4
Soul Kitchen Hostel
After having a nice day in the city centre relax in the game room, play Wii watching movies or have some cooking competitions in the area. The hostel offers a variety of entertainment and has high-class equipment to make your stay most comfortable and enjoyable.
Address: Moika embankment 62/2, app. 9
Baby Lemonade Hostel
Clean, secure, in great location and with wonderful atmosphere – brief description of this hostel. It’s inspired by 60s and 70s, time of freedom and revolutionary thinking. All dorms and rooms are nicely designed.
Address: Inzhenernaya Street 7
Cheap and cozy hostel in the walking distance from Nevsky prospect has single-gender rooms and private dorms. The common living room has board games and cable TV, while in the kitchen you will find tea, coffee and necessary kitchenware.
Address: Vilenskiy Pereulok 6
It’s modern and stylish. Has 24-hour front desk. All rooms have a shared bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer, and free WiFi, of course. The hostel is in close proximity to the Faberge and State Russian museums.
Address: Ligovskiy prospekt, 50k1
Wish you a wonderful stay in St Petersburg! Check also the privately-guided tours to learn more about the city itself.