Park Inn by Radisson Petrozavodsk, Russia is now open
Carlson Rezidor continues to rule the Russian hotel market – we are pleased to announce the colorful opening of Park Inn by Radisson Petrozavodsk, a beautiful northern Russian city, close to the Finnish border.
Thanks to the rugged beauty and untouched wildness of surrounding countryside – with forests full of brown bears, reindeer and elk – Petrozavodsk is also a very popular tourist destination.
The first internationally-branded hotel in the Karelian capital, our coolest and latest launch is located in the heart of the city at 1 Gagarin Square, named after the famous Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin – the first man to rocket into space.
Location with a great heritage
Smart, colorful and engaging, the 180-room Park Inn by Radisson Petrozavodsk brings you closer to the city’s major attractions, including The National Theatre and The Musical Theatre of Karelia.
The main railway station is just 50 meters from the front door, while Besovets Airport, a mere 15 kilometers away, operates flights to Moscow Domodedovo. The road links are excellent and visitors can take the hydrofoil across the Onega Lake to stunning Kizhi Island (Pogost), a UNESCO World Heritage site, dating back to the 14th century.
After an action packed day of sightseeing, forest treks or meetings, guests can totally relax in the peace in their fresh, clean and vibrant guest room. Equipped with Free High Speed Wireless Internet access, a flat-screen television, a working space with desk, individual climate control and super comfortable beds, our rooms are designed to ensure the best sleep in town.
Choices include 129 fashionable and functional Guest Rooms, 23 Superior Rooms, 23 Junior Suites, two One Bedroom Suites and three accessible rooms. Guests can also unwind in the excellently equipped workout space by TechnoGym.
The Terrace Café serves light dishes, based around local, seasonal ingredients, plus fresh juices and scrumptious shakes. Guests can enjoy great Italian coffee and pastry at the Coffee Shop or chill out in the hotel’s in-house Sushi Bar or enjoy a delicious selection – with wicked desserts – at The Paulaner Restaurant, the city’s largest Bavarian restaurant with its own renowned brewery.
Smart Meetings in superb spaces
Park Inn by Radisson Petrozavodsk offers fantastic, flexible meeting spaces, ideal for any type of event, filled with natural daylight and panoramic views of the city.
The five modern meeting rooms and conference hall are equipped with the best high tech features, including climate control, video conferencing and Free High-speed Wireless Internet throughout.
The Russian Beauty
Petrozavodsk, 420km northeast of St Petersburg, is one of the Russia‘s loveliest cities, set on the shore of Lake Onega with numerous lush green parks and pretty squares flanking its broad, tree-lined avenues.
With two universities, the city has a large student population and its close proximity to Finland adds a cosmopolitan European atmosphere.
Known to the Finns as Petroskoi, the city was founded by Prince Menshikov at the request of Peter the Great in 1703 as an armaments plant to help his Great Northern War effort against Sweden. Its name means ‘Peter’s factory’. And both the Tsars and the Bolsheviks subsequently used the city as a place of exile for St Petersburg‘s troublemakers.