Hostel Club Chao, Mama! in Sankt Petersburg

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Recently opened in Sankt Petersburg, the Hostel Club Chao, mama! is situated in the Admiralty District, close to Saint Isaac Cathedral. Based on a conception that proves appreciation for aesthetics and beauty, the interior design is approached in a contemporary style with exotic, rustic and historical elements. Black and white pictures decorate the walls encouraging a retro atmosphere. Also, antique elements of structure, brick walls and wooden casements, walls molds are well valorized. The Hostel offers the possibility of choosing a common room, for example for students, with bathroom, common kitchen or private apartments with all facilities. What I especially appreciate from the Hostel Club Chao, mama! is the combination between contemporary design and “belle époque” elements. The balconies, belonging to 19th century architectural style, are a special location for serving coffee and enjoy the city. Website Chao, mama!

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“A stylish hostel in easy reach of the city centre with bright, modern interiors, offering sophisticated dorms and apartments sleeping up to four. There’s a fully equipped kitchen for guests’ use and a small communal area with table football and board games.”

“Chao, Mama feels more like a boutique hotel than a hostel. Interiors are stylish and modern, featuring grey and white bare-brick walls decorated with black and white photographic prints. Apartment guests are given their own key to access the premises via a separate door, ensuring plenty of privacy.”

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