Among our hotels in Saint-Petersburg, "Amulet" on Malaya Morskaya Street, 7, is distinguished by a unique arrangement - the hotel is situated near Nevsky Prospect. In immediate proximity from the hotel there are famous Petersburg sights: St. Isaac’s Cathedral , the Copper Horseman, the Admiralty, the Palace Square. Malaya Morskaya is a historical center of St. Petersburg, and in XVIII - XIX centuries it was one of the most luxurious areas of the city. Here lots of rich merchants, aristocrats, public figures lived and built their houses. For example, in house 10, Princess Natalia Petrovna Golitsyna, spent almost her whole life here (and she lived for more than a hundred years). She was a prototype mysterious "Spades lady" for Pushkin. In the beginning of the XIX century she was glorified in St. Petersburg with her eccentric outbursts and quarrelsome customs. And in house 17, Nikolai Vasilevich Gogol lived for three years, so the street had his name since 1902 for 1993.
The hotel offers visitors seven cozy rooms: two of "semi-lux" class, and five of "standard" class.