Apartments on the Malaya Morskaya

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Apartments on 19 Malaya Morskaya Street
One Bedroom Apartment
4 guests
Area 70 m²

- The best tourist location
- Interior photos published in a design magazine
- Ideal for photoshoots
- Free parking in the yard
- Nevsky Prospect is just 5 minutes walk away.

Double bed 180×200 cm - Sofa bed - Orthopedic mattress - Satin bed linen - Wi-Fi Internet - TV - Cable channels - Air conditioner -  Soundproofing - Bathroom - Towels - Toiletries - Hairdryer - Ironing set - Washing machine - Safe - Slippers - Bathrobes - Umbrella

Automatic set - Dining - Refrigerator - Kettle - Cappuccino machine - Microwave - Cooking - Oven - Dishwasher

Housekeeping and change of linens every 4 days
Location and accommodation
St. Isaac's Cathedral
The apartment is a three-minute walk from St. Isaac's Cathedral, the largest Orthodox cathedral in St. Petersburg to date and one of the tallest domed structures in the world. The construction of the cathedral lasted 40 years and required an enormous amount of effort. But the result exceeded all expectations. The monumentality of the cathedral is emphasized by its square construction. At building was used 43 breeds of minerals. The plinth is faced with granite, and the walls are faced with gray marble blocks about 40-50 cm thick.
History of the building
Our apartments are located in a historical building, the house of the Russian Insurance Association "The Help" which was built in neo-classic style by architect Stunkel in 1914. Previously, in the 19th century, the house number 19 on the Malaya Morskaya Street in St. Petersburg housed Russia's first photographer's studio, William Carrick. A unique parquet floor of the beginning of the XX century has been preserved in the apartment. The modern Parisian style of the interior will satisfy the most refined taste.
Malaya Morskaya Street is historically one of the most fashionable streets in St. Petersburg. Its name is known since 1731, later the street appeared literally in the center of social life of the new capital of the Russian Empire. In 1770 the elite English Club was opened in 1770, and in 1772 the first musical society was founded there. The same building in 1909-1931 housed A.I. Kuindzhi Society of Artists. On Malaya Morskaya Street at different times lived Ivan Turgenev, Peter Tchaikovsky, as well as Nikolai Gogol, in whose honor the street was renamed and was named after the writer from 1902 to 1993.
The apartments are located in a courtyard and are hidden from the noise and bustle of the busy street. There is parking in the courtyard. We will always be in touch with you and if necessary will try to help in any difficult situation. If you appreciate independence and unobtrusive service, you will enjoy convenient and quick check-in without a key and unnecessary waste of time.
Transport accessibility
- Metro station "Admiralteyskaya" 4 minutes on foot;
- Moskovsky train station - 20 minutes by cab or public transport;
- Pulkovo airport - 36-60 minutes by car (depends on traffic).
- Subway station "Admiralteyskaya" 4 minutes on foot;
- Moskovsky railway station - 20 minutes by cab or public transport
- Pulkovo airport - 36-60 minutes by car (depends on traffic).
St. Petersburg, Malaya Morskaya Street, 19.
+7 (812) 612-26-16 (9 am - 11 pm)
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