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The building's origin dates back to the 18th century, formerly a private residence of Mikhail Yakoviev, a college buddy of Alexander Pushkin, a famous Russian poet. Later the building changed hands and before the revolution it belonged to the famous wine merchant Henrich LePen who sold French and Spanish wine under the F. Raul name. After a complete reconstruction, in May 2008 the building was reopened as the Renaissance Baltic Hotel, being the 6th Marriott International establishment in Russia. Complimentary glass of Russian sparkling or juice and chocolates on arrival; complimentary access to the hotel fitness centre and sauna; access to the State Hermitage Museum through an exclusive entrance (tickets are available from the Museum box office); free WiFi Internet in public and conference areas.
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