Sleep capsules and breakfasts with a view.

An intimate hotel at Pushkin Square is full of retrofuturism and technological advances but lacks any frills. It’s the right choice for those who avoid opulent interiors and prefers simplicity but also require accurate service and maximum comfort. The hotel’s design has earned many international awards (take a closer look at the local sleep capsules) and a lion’s share of its rooms is decorated with art objects by artist Stanislav Tratsevsky. If possible, ask for a tour of the free rooms — it will be like visiting an exhibition without leaving the premises.
StandArt breakfasts are served at Yura Scandinavian restaurant located on the building’s ground floor and leaving without trying its smørrebrød is totally out of the question.