This British-Russian company offers apartments all over town, but its prime spots are along the lanes between Palace Square and Nevsky Prospekt metro station. These are also its more expensive apartments, though they still cost less than most hotel options in the neighborhood. All apartments are renovated to Western standards, with fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms, and from one to several bedrooms. Maid service can be arranged as often as you like, as can other hotel-like services such as extra towels, theater tickets, cellphone rental, and visa help. It's a bit more isolated than hotel living, but English-speaking help is just a phone call away. Security is assured, but some apartments are in unguarded buildings, so if you come home alone late at night, get someone to accompany you to the door (even a cab driver). The top locations offer perks such as a personal grocery-shopping service and delivery of videos or DVDs. It's an unusual but recommended way to see St. Petersburg.
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