|By Marketwired .||
|July 2, 2014 01:18 PM EDT||
ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/02/14 -- Cycling the streets of St. Petersburg is great for sightseeing the beautiful parks and historic treasures found in and around Russia's second largest city, and a prominent hotel in St. Petersburg has added a summer bicycle service so guests can easily get out and discover the excitement of Russia and the city's magnificent sights.
Cycling has become increasingly popular in St. Petersburg and the Courtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel has joined the movement by adding a convenient bicycle rack and rental service.
Often thought of as one of the top business hotels in St. Petersburg, the Courtyard welcomes leisure travelers to Russia with distinctive guest accommodations and hotel suites ideal for discovering and enjoying the city's finest attractions. Now through Sept. 30, St. Petersburg's residents and visitors have a great new opportunity to not only enjoy the pleasure of cycling, but also combine the ride with a tour of the main sights that offers a new perspective on the Northern Capital.
Bicycles are conveniently located at the hotel's main entrance at 33 Kanonerskaya UI and rental can be obtained at the hotel's reception desk. The hotel's downtown location makes it an ideal start and stopping place for touring sights such as Mariinsky Theatre, Nikolsky Cathedral, Yusupov Park, New Holland Island, St. Isaac's Cathedral, State Hermitage Museum and the Admiralty shipyards. A map is also available to help cyclists design their bicycle tour. Additional details can be obtained by calling the hotel at 7-812-6105000.
About the Courtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel
Nestled on the banks of the Griboedov Canal, the Courtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel welcomes travelers with four-star accommodations that include stylish guest rooms and suites designed solely for the comfort and convenience of hotel guests. Whether traveling for business or leisure, guests will appreciate the hotel's gracious amenities and attentive service, which includes complimentary shuttle service to St. Isaac's Cathedral and the attractions of Nevsky Prospekt. On-site dining is available from three restaurants including a German pub ideal for meeting up with friends for big-screen sporting events and microbrewery favorites. The hotel also features high-tech meeting and event space ideal for hosting inspirational business meetings or elegant social gatherings in downtown St. Petersburg.
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Courtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel
166 Griboedov's Canal, via 33 Kanonerskaya Street
St. Petersburg, 190121 Russian Federation
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