Rinaldi by the Summer Garden is by far our most prestigious mini-hotel, located on the second and third floors of the building that nowadays houses the famous Siege of Leningrad museum and back in the 1881 used to serve as the gathering place of the ?Mussarovskiye Mondays?, a group of artists and philanthropists formed by the imperial minister E. I. Mussar. Long after the ?Mondays'? dissolution, the rooms occupied by them were eventually put back into usage by the troupe of the ?Old Theatre? that specialized in reenacting old plays, but after the conclusion of the fateful Siege of Leningrad, the theatre gave way to the museum.
Bathroom, NO Disability-friendly bathroom, Shower, Hairdryer, Direct dial telephone, TV, Kitchenette, Microwave, NO Wheelchair-accessible, NO Smoking rooms, Children share the bed with parents