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Our hotel

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At straightforward title “Our hotel” hides hotel with elegant design of rooms and halls offering a service that meets the highest standards of hospitality.

The distance from the “Our hotel” Moskovsky train station and the sea passenger port is 3 km away, and Pulkovo International airport is 22 km River station is 7 km away and the Vitebsk railway station – 4.4 km, Jaam train station is 4.6 km away. To reach the hotel from the train station it is best by metro (station “Vasileostrovskaya” in a five-minute walk from the hotel).

Vasilievsky island, 11th line which is the largest of the Islands of the Neva Delta is a historical center of St. Petersburg, because it was here that Peter began to create a business and cultural centre of his new capital. Built many buildings here belong to the EIGHTEENTH and NINETEENTH centuries. Here Menshikov laid his Palace – one of the first stone buildings of the Northern capital (now it is a branch of the Hermitage). Then the center moved to the left Bank of the Neva river, and now it can be reached through the Palace bridge. Continue reading

Exotic of the world

Hotel “Meschera” – Nizhny Novgorod

Interesting facts about hotels

Exotic of the world.

Hotels on wheels

The main contingent of the hotel – the tourists exploring cities and countries. In each place, they are forced to search a hotel, which, of course, is not always convenient: you need to pre-book the room, get used to a new place, to consider the mode of invasion/evictions and drugiej nuances.

To avoid all these inconveniences were invented “hotels on wheels”. You are checking in to the hotel and start journey along the selected route, which is an analogue of sea cruise.

A classic example is one of the most famous hotels on wheels, fully renovated part of the legendary “Orient Express”, which at one time was considered the most luxurious train in Europe. Train Venice-Simplon-Orient-Express offers a classic journey through Western Europe. The route starts in London, through the tunnel under the English channel to Paris, then to Lausanne, Milan and ending in Venice. Continue reading

The famous hotel in Spain

The Ritz in Madrid is one of the symbols of a bygone era, the hotel still retains the atmosphere of elegant luxury, Royal gloss, and become, in General, everything, than is famous for the capital of Spain in the past century.

The Ritz in Madrid is not only one of the most famous and renowned hotels in Spain, but also one of the oldest. In 2010, Ritz Madrid celebrated its centenary.

October 2, 1910 the hotel was opened by king Alfonso XIII. Immediately after the opening of the Madrid newspaper dubbed him “the most stately and quiet building of the city”. Of course, different and could not be. Because the hotel was built on the Royal money the most famous European hotel and the developer – Caesar Ritz, who by that time had already become famous thanks to the opening of the hotel Ritz in Paris.

Ritz Madrid is located close to the famous gardens of Madrid Park Buen Retiro (Retiro de Madrid) and the Botanical gardens, in the heart of Madrid, in the Plaza of the case Lealtad (Plaza de la Lealtad). As befits the most famous hotel of Spain, the neighbors Ritz Madrid match him in status. These are two “peaks” Madrid’s famous art triangle: the art gallery, the Prado and the Thyssen-Bornemisza (Thyssen-Bornemisza). Continue reading

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