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Rossi Hotel, St Petersburg, Russia

Our rating: First Class

The Rossi Hotel sits at the end of 'Rossi Street', a perfectly symmetrical road (leading to St Isaac's Cathedral) designed by the Italian architect Rossi, beloved by residents of St Petersburg. This is a classic boutique hotel with more of a modern feel to it than some of the older hotels, although the buildings themselves date back to the 1860s. Rooms here are beautifully decorated and are situated off winding corridors with wooden beams and brick walls, adding to the unique and characterful feel to the hotel.

The hotel has an excellent restaurant, which is highly popular. It also has a fitness center complete with gym, sauna, swimming pool and spa. The quaint library lounge serves afternoon tea at 5pm on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays.

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