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Dostoevsky is a relatively small hotel, located on the territory of the trading center Vladimirsky Passage. The hotel is called Dostoevsky because the part of Saint Petersburg, where it is located, is closely connected with the name of the world-famous Russian writer. In the house number 11 used to be one of the apartments of Fyodor Dostoevsky, where he created his novels The Double and The Poor People.
In the hotel Dostoevsky there are 207 rooms.
On the fifth floor of the Vladimirsky Passage there is the restaurant Dostoevsky, where the guests are welcome to try the dishes of European cuisine. The guests can help themselves with the smorgasbord meal or choose something special from the restaurant menu, which won't disappoint even the most captious gourmet.
19 Vladimirsky avenue, St. Petersburg
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