Actually, both variants for your storage are ok. Your hotel can surely store bags, provided it is a proper hotel, not a AirBnB stay, it is free, but adds up an additional commute after the game. The (my choice) option is a train station, which has lockers and manned bag storage, just as you would expect at any major NS station... Same in St. Petersburg. Enjoy!
They have lockers on trian station, no any problem to use it. I don't remember exact cost, but it around 200-300 RUR (3-5 EUR) for a day. Also you can use luggage room on stadium (little bit extream, but comparing with Poland, Brazil or France during the Conf.Cup it works pretty good - no one can't take your bag, and service is very qiuck, I didn't spend more than 20 minutes to take my backpack in all 4 stadiums)
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