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1936 – the year of the devastating article of Soviet critics on the opera “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District”. The opera was deemed as antisocial and the music — incomprehensible. It was banned from production in those days. The fun fact is — the debut had great success.

After entering into the room, perhaps at first, you will feel the presence of chaos. But we assure you, it is only at first. Soon you will feel every note of the Opera and will understand everything.
1936. MUDDLE INSTEAD OF MUSIC
LARGE DOUBLE
In room
21 sq.m.
Wi-Fi
Double bed 160*200
AC
Blackout curtains
LCD TV
Hairdryer
Electronic lock
Slippers
Bathrobes
Shower
Toiletries
Tea station
Drinking water
Dresser
View to Nevsky Avenue
Minibar
Clothes hanger
Dining table
Working table
Antique furniture
Armchair
1833 – the year of writing the poem “The Bronze Horseman” by Alexander Pushkin. It was not resolved by Nicholas I to the press because of the unpleasant mention of the royalty. On the basis of the poem was created the same named ballet, which majestic fragment, “Hymn to the Great City”, became the anthem of St. Petersburg. We could not ignore such a symbol of our city.

So you have an incredible opportunity to go with us on a journey.
Also, be not only in the heart of Saint Petersburg but also in this poem.
1833. THE BRONZE HORSEMAN
LARGE DOUBLE
In room
21 sq.m.
Wi-Fi
Double bed 160*200
AC
Blackout curtains
LCD TV
Hairdryer
Electronic lock
Slippers
Bathrobes
Shower
Toiletries
Tea station
Drinking water
Dresser
View
Minibar
Clothes hanger
Dining table
Antique furniture
Rocking chair
1824 – the year of writing the first Russian realistic comedy “Woe from Wit”, which became an innovative work. The main idea of the tragicomedy: the protest of a free person against the vile Russian reality. “Woe from Wit” is one of the most quoted texts in Russian culture.

The room is filled with oriental motifs… and not just for. Behind all of this lies the story of great love, which we will tell you.
LARGE DOUBLE
In room
Wi-Fi
21 sq.m
Double bed 160*200
AC
Blackout curtains
LCD TV
Hairdryer
Electronic lock
Slippers
Bathrobes
Shower
Toiletries
Tea station
Drinking water
Interactive room
View to the inner yard
Minibar
Clothes hanger
Dining table
Working table
Antique furniture
1824. WOE FROM WIT
«Man will become better when you show him what he is like»
In 1903 Anton Chekhov wrote the play “The Cherry Orchard”.

It already has success with the public for over a century. He was one of the first who clearly demonstrated the image of a provincial philistine, deprived of all horizons, lust for activity, good aspirations, the need for action.

1903. THE CHERRY ORCHARD
LARGE DOUBLE
In room
21 sq.m.
Wi-Fi
Double bed 160*200
AC
Blackout curtains
LCD TV
Hairdryer
Electronic lock
Slippers
Bathrobes
Shower
Toiletries
Tea station
Drinking water
Dresser
View to Nevsky Avenue
Minibar
Clothes hanger
Dining table
Antique furniture
In 1836 Gogol finished his satirical novel “Nose”. He depicted in it a man who runs for the high status and favor of the elite. Also ridiculed a society where rank became more important than the identity of the person.

We would like to show you our own cultural and cozy society at the Metropolis Hotel.

1836. GOGOL. THE NOSE
SUPERIOR DOUBLE
In room
25 sq.m.
Wi-Fi
Double bed 160*200
AC
Blackout curtains
LCD TV
Hairdryer
Electronic lock
Slippers
Bathrobes
Bath
Toiletries
Tea station
Drinking water
Dresser
View to the inner yard
Minibar
Clothes hanger
Dining table
Working table
Antique furniture
Tiled stove
Interactive room
People were saying there were two tzars in Russia: Nicholas II and Leo Tolstoy. But in 1858, Leo Nikolaevich fought not with the tsarist regime… He was fighting against his huge and all-consuming laziness. The pages of Lev Nikolaevich’s diary at the head of the bed, are clear proof of this.

A comfortable wrought-iron bed, a cozy old armchair and shimmering light from crystal lamps… This all will immerse you in a state of pleasant laziness after a long walk around the city.

1858. TOLSTOY AND HIS LAZINESS
SUPERIOR DOUBLE
In room
27 sq.m.
Wi-Fi
Double bed 160*200
AC
Blackout curtains
LCD TV
Hairdryer
Electronic lock
Slippers
Bathrobes
Shower
Toiletries
Tea station
Drinking water
Dresser
Armchair
Minibar
Clothes hanger
Dining table
Working table
Antique furniture
Tiled stove
View to Nevsky Avenue
In 1866 Dostoyevsky finished his work on the world-famous novel “Crime and Punishment». It is one of the fundamental works of art, depicting a person’s spiritual drama.

The novel became one of the most famous works in the world. It raised a lot of eternal questions about the essence of man, faith, love, and morality.
1866. CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
SUPERIOR DOUBLE
In room
27 sq.m.
Wi-Fi
Double bed 160*200
AC
Blackout curtains
LCD TV
Hairdryer
Electronic lock
Slippers
Bathrobes
Bath
Toiletries
Tea station
Drinking water
Dresser
Piano
Minibar
Clothes hanger
Dining table
Working table
Antique furniture
Tiled stove
View to Nevsky Avenue
Shower
Dressing table
Rocking chair
Armchair
In 1891, Carnegie Hall was opened in New York. The first thing that sounded within its walls was a solemn March. It was