A dark-glass exterior with a modern turret fronts this luxurious, high-tech hotel built in 2003. Inside, marble floors and chandeliers made of Swarovski crystals decorate the elegant public spaces. The airy atrium café has wicker chairs, old-fashioned street lamps, and plenty of natural light. Italian wood furniture fills the bright, spacious guest rooms, some of which have parquet floors. Most rooms overlook Suvorovsky prospekt, one of the city's oldest streets, or look onto the atrium. Some standard rooms, have a bay window where comfortable armchairs and coffee tables are arranged. Breakfast and tax are included in the room price, and children under 12 can stay for free. The spa is free for guests from 7 am to 10 pm.