Reval announces new hotel in St Petersburg


In 1866, the groundbreaking Fyodor Dostoevsky novel “Crime & Punishment” was released. Now, in 2009, Reval Hotels is launching a hotel in St Petersburg inspired by this masterpiece of world literature. The leading hotel chain in the Baltic countries begins its long-awaited expansion in Russia with the Reval Hotel Sonya, described as a “contemporary and very personal 4-star hotel in the heart of St Petersburg”, close to Liteiny Bridge and the Neva River and named after the novel’s strong-willed heroine. Heikki Vanhanen, CEO at Reval Hotels, says: “With the Reval Hotel Sonya we wanted to create something different from existing offerings on the St Petersburg hotel market. This will be a lively and inspiring hotel that gives the guest an immediate taste of the destination.” The keyword for the hotel has been transformation, he explains, and transformation is also the theme for “Crime & Punishment”, a novel that is often called the ultimate guide to St Petersburg and one of the great interpretations of the depths of the "Russian soul". The hotel will offer 173 “exciting” guestrooms, a lively restaurant and bar, fitness centre, conference rooms, courtyard with banquet facilities and free WiFi throughout the property.


Stand By News, 2009-01-13

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