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The subject index / Smolninskaya Hotel

Smolninskaya Hotel

Categories / City Services/Housing and Communal Services

SMOLNINSKAYA (22 Tverskaya Street). A hotel constructed in 1971-72 as a part of the Political Enlightenment House of the Leningrad Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (architects D.S. Goldgor, G.A. Vasilyev and others). Until the early 1990s, it was closed to the public. The hotel has 53 guestrooms, a restaurant and a conference hall. Since the late 1990s, the President of the Russian Federation's executive personnel, high officials, deputies of the State Duma, as well as famous actors (L.M. Gurchenko, M.M. Zhvanetsky, A.B. Pugacheva, F.B. Kirkorov, and others), have regularly stayed at the Smolninskaya Hotel.

I. A. Bogdanov.

Goldgor David Semenovich
Gurchenko Lyudmila Markovna
Kirkorov Filipp Bedrosovich
Pugacheva Alla Borisovna
Vasilyev Alexander Viktorovich
Vasilyev Georgy Alexandrovich
Zhvanetsky Mikhail Mikhailovich

Tverskaya St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 22

Tverskaya Street

TVERSKAYA STREET, called Ofitserskaya Street from the 1770s to 1859, from Tavricheskaya Street to Proletarskoy Diktatury Square. It was renamed in honour of one of the cities of central Russia, Tver, as a number of other streets in this district