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Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

It was a very nice stay , the staff are amazing and very helpful and the location of the hotel cannot be better than that .
It is close to city Centre and to all the touristic places just by 5 min walking with some groceries around to get basics stuff if you need

Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Hatemfakih
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Reviewed 31 March 2018

excellent hotel. everything was at a good level. I recommend from the of my heart. you will not regret. place is central. but not noisy. the administration is attentive and friendly.
A good choice for a good holiday.

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Philip A
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Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

8 room hotel at semi-basement level.

It is not near the main street, Nevsky Prospekt, though it is very close to the Hermitage and church of Spilled Blood. So location is not perfect, but still good.

The mini-hotels looks stylish and well taken care off at first sight. Staff (very young women) is mostly friendly and speak A little bit of English.

Rooms and towels are cleaned each day, bathroom has luxurious feel and includes heated Floor and heated towelrack. The shower however looks like an average 3 star shower.

breakfest is reasonably complete; some fresh fruit, eggs, sausages, buckweat, toast, orange juice (not fresh), milk (sterilized) with assorted cereals, jams, honey, butter and some Cream cheeses.

Ok for 3 stars, but not special. Space is limited to 2x3 seats, so a bit crowded at times. Breakfest time from 0800 to 1000.

There is complimentary tea and instant coffee in the breakfest area - the espresso and capuchino machine will set you back a steep 100 ruble.

Overal, the price is ok and I've seem worse 3 stars.
But as a 3.5 star hotel it falls short.

• rooms are not properly soundproof, as the doors do not properly sit against the frame and rubber. There is quite some noise in the small main corridor.
• the mattrasses are too soft and LONG overdue for replacement. Borderline dirty, not comfortable at all.
• shower needs A deepclean, should lose the shower-curtain and ... the water-handle. It is very inconvinient as it moves towards you and thus you easily bump in to it
• Limited hot water for shower in the morning
• No toilet paper in the toilet - you need to use a separate bin ... yuk
• the is an undocumented sausage limit of 1 for breakfest. Also, you are expected to leave the breakfest area at 10 o'clock sharp
• the 100 ruble price for coffee is rather steep - machine is not that special nor is the coffee. Similar coffee is free in other hotels
• ventilation is ok, but you might want to open the window for some fresh air - this Will mean a bit of a climb. They should install an easy handle on the inner wall
• tv reception is poor. No International stations, lots of static
• no wardrobe or mirror next to shoe rack, so you cannot check your attire before leaving and no place for your jacket

Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Sander H
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Reviewed 12 June 2017

We loved this place -- turned out just as advertised. Only eight rooms and partially subterranean. The rooms are smallish but have windows, and the location and orientation make it quiet and easy to block light -- a good thing because it was light 20 hours a day during the White Nights. Ideally located just a couple blocks from the Hermitage and the Neva River and a few decent restaurants. Breakfast was only passable. Staff had some English skills, but was helpful with taxis and other needs. This was a high-touristed time of year, and the rates here were very reasonable. The place was perfect for us.

Room Tip: I'd ask for a room in which the windows face the back courtyard, not Milionnaya Street.
  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank DanielSnowSmith
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Reviewed 30 January 2017 via mobile

The Tim Club is an excellent place to stay. The staff are friendly and the rooms are clean and a good size. It is also in a great location for the Hermitage and the rest of the historic centre. Reading the reviews on here I cannot help but think people are expecting 5 star hotel and 3 star prices. Yes, the hotel is on the ground floor and the windows open out at street level. Yes, you have to use a bin for toilet paper, but these are Russian drains not western ones, so it is not unusual. If you want a big breakfast, get it at one of the many coffee shops nearby. The reception staff are really friendly And helpful. They can organise cheap taxis too.

The price is unbelievably good, so don't expect too much. We were very happy and it was far better than we expected for the price. We loved it and we will be back soon.

Stayed: January 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Robin E
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