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A Modern Hostel In a 19-th Century Building
24.06.2013 20:36
A Modern Hostel In a 19-th Century Building
(Source: http://mmcentr.ru/blog/page/graffiti-hostel.html)

 ‘Graffiti L’ hostel opens on July 1 in Saint-Petersburg on Ligovsky Avenue, 33-34 near Nevsky Avenue, Vosstaniya Square and Moskovsky railway station. The hostel is located in a building with neoclassic frontage built at the beginning of 19-th century and mostly known as the House of Kaplun, the owner of tailor shops and ‘Kaplun and Sons’ clothing outlet.


      

Since the middle of 19-th century for more than 50 years the building accommodated the hotel and furnished lodgings of the merchant Prudkov. Later the property was purchased by merchant Morozov and this time rebuilt into “Versailles’’ hotel apartments and ‘Danube’ hotel. There are regular 2-, 4-, 6-bed rooms, one 10-bed party room, a few rooms with special Graffiti Lux amenities and 3-bed family rooms available in the hostel.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Graffiti L Hostel St. Petersburg    

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