Peter 1 Hotel is located in the historical and cultural centre of the city, within walking distance from the Red Square and the Cathedral of Christ of the Saviour. The Big Theatre, State Duma, Manezhnaya Square as well as the State Tretjakov Gallery are some of the major attractions near the property. The hotel is housed in a six-story building and was constructed in the late XIX century. In 2005-2006 the hotel was totally renovated, and today is considered to be a modern hotel of the highest quality, while effortlessly combining its historical vestiges.
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Guestrooms are located on six floors, all of which include contemporary amenities. Room amenities include wireless internet access, cable/satellite TV, pay movies, air conditioning, blackout drapes, direct-dial phone, voice mail, refrigerator, mini-bar, remote lighting, drapery and curtain control, private bathroom, bathrobes, complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, slippers, desk, and an in-room safe.
Guests can enjoy a complimentary buffet breakfast each morning. Romanov Restaurant is a relaxed restaurant with high ceilings and soft lighting offering an à la carte menu featuring European and Russian dishes.