0.32km from Sculpture Cat And ChildAnd this should be done publicly, to snare drums' roll and with a verdict read out loud - "for foraging instead of preparing food". Because he or she hopelessly ruins reputation of this hotel which saw better times. I wanna stress that I have nothing against its service - to the contrary: when I was reserving a room by phone they helped me to make the best choice, chech-in was quick, room cleaning was good, two extra pillows were delivered by request, late check-out provided free of charge, staff were polite, ready-to-help and professional. Even at that restaurant with hardly edible food waiter girls did their best to correct multiple cock-ups - in vain. (It should be noted, by the way, that in all three places where we dined in Vyborg staff presented their condolences when they heard that we had tried that hotel's restaurant. It says a lot!) Well, to hell with it - I'll write a separate review 'bout them. The major problem of Druzhba is its age. At least forty years old. Though constructed by Finns it bears all the birthmarks of the late Soviet empire - a heavy lobby, characteristic smell in the Sea Wolf bar, shabby furniture and a mandatory night club with carnivorous babes inside. Our room was renovated, equipment was new and a king-size bed was broad and very comfortable. But air-conditioning was at best retarded - at least after a couple of minutes of showering the whole space kept on turning into a Turkish bath. God knows what awaits guests in summer... When we entered our room no welcoming note expected us and when we were leaving no-one asked us about our impressions. There was no questionnaire availabe either and no e-mail enquiry followed. Indifference? So, judge by yaurself. But if you make a try then do take a room as far from the night club as possible! Better on the sixths floor.