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The 3-star Hotel Oktiabrskaya is centrally situated in the busy neighbourhood near to Moscow railway station and Nevsky Prospect - perfect for travellers arriving from or travelling to Moscow by rail. The main building is the former station hotel and has undergone extensive renovations to bring it to international 3-star hotel status, offering good accommodation at a sensible price. The hotel is within short walking distance of the metro station Ploshad Vostaniya. the Hotel annex is around 100M from the main hotel with its own entrance and restaurant. Oktiabrskaya"" is an elegant and comfortable hotel with renovated rooms and high level of service suggesting accessible prices for accommodation in the city center. For businessmen our business center suggests computers with Internet access, telephone, fax, X-copying. At your service ? newsstand, souvenir shops, exchange office, ATM terminals, tourist office, beauty salon and others. Hotel regularly accommodates participants of yearly congresses, exhibitions, artists, politicians and journalists. Guests can enjoy a meal at any of the two hotel cafes, have a light snack at the cafe, or enjoy a cocktail at the bar. Buffet breakfast is included in our prices and it is served in the hotel cafes. Also, 24 hour room service is available. The annex building has its own restaurant. New modern restaurant invites guests to get self-service breakfast each morning, order group dining or a banquet. In cozy cafes ? big choice of snacks, cocktails, drinks and special deserts. The hotel has its own billiards hall, solarium and a hairdresser, a conference hall, and a business centre for business meetings or gatherings. For the convenience of guests, the hotel offers shops and a currency exchange desk within the main hotel. A parcel of land which Oktiabrskaya currently occupies went down into St. Petersburg history as early as the middle of the 18th century when the tsar?s menagerie Elephant?s Yard was located at that court. Constriction works of the railway between Moscow and St. Petersburg and building of Nikolaevsky Railway Station started development of a big square in front of railway station. It?s design was approved in February 1845, by Emperor Nicholas I himself. He ordered good looking facilities to be built by the side opposite St Petersburg ? Moscow Railway Station of this capital.
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Citytel Hotel Oktyabrskaya