Belmond Grand Hotel Europe
St Petersburg, Russia
For over 130 years the Belmond Grand Hotel Europe has played a central role in the life of St Petersburg. Situated on Nevsky Prospect, the best known of the city's boulevards, this Belmond property offers the best the city has to offer.
At a Glance
City center location on Nevsky Prospekt within easy reach of the major sights of the city center
Fabulous dining and lounging options range including the famous art nouveau Caviar Bar
The Planet Health Club and Beauty Room is fully equipped with the latest exercise equipment, a sauna and a plunge pool
'Very Important Kids' program includes gifts and treats on arrival, games (including PlayStation), toys and visits to the hotel's own chocolate factory
Historic and cultural landmark of the city
The Grand Hotel Europe is the iconic place to stay in St.Petersburg. Even if you are staying elsewhere make sure you visit to enjoy a cocktail or an ice cold premium vodka in the Art Nouveau lobby bar or a coffee and a pastry on the Mezzanine.Scott Dunn team
The brand new Avant Garde suites are divine, offering a combination of new and old stylingScott Dunn team
Sample a cake from the myriad selection at the Lobby Bar or some Beluga cavier at L'Europe, Russia’s oldest continually serving restaurantScott Dunn team
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Belmond Grand Hotel Europe has hosted dignitaries from all over the world since it first opened its Neo-Baroque doors in the late 19th century. Tchaikovsky honeymooned there, Anna Pavlova danced there, and more recent guests have included Bill Clinton and the Queen.
Lovingly restored in the 1990s, Belmond Grand Hotel Europe is itself one of the chief historical monuments of the center of this fascinating city. The hotel is right in the center of St. Petersburg, within easy reach of the main cultural and historical monuments. Adjacent to Arts Square, the hotel has strong connections with the worlds of theatre, music, and dance. The Hermitage Museum is a short walk away.
The rooms are furnished in classical style, and feature period furnishings, comfortable seating areas, and marble clad bathrooms. Superior rooms offer views over Nevsky Prospect and the Philharmonic Hall. The Art Nouveau decoration of the lobby and the restaurants and lobby bar will not fail to impress.
The five fine dining restaurants offer everything from sushi to French cuisine, not forgetting the excellent selection of vodkas and caviars at the hotel's renowned Caviar Bar. Exquisite pastries are served during the day in the light and airy mezzanine cafe, a well known spot for those in the know to see and be seen.
The hotel also offers a well appointed spa, with gym, sauna, plunge pool and beauty salon. A range of treatments and massages are available.
A total of 301 rooms and suites opulently combine history and high style with 21st-century conveniences to ensure a memorable stay.
For a special stay why not choose one of the Historic Suites, named after famous visitors from Stravinsky to Pavarotti. Each is decorated with period furniture and offers a truly memorable experience.
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These plush, indulgent rooms enjoy superb views over Arts Square and the Russian Museum, a beautiful green space in the heart of the city.
The iconic Historic Rooms enjoy lovely views of Arts Square and the Philharmonic Hall. They are located on the Historic Floor, where all accommodation features dramatic high ceilings, preserved historic décor and exclusive butler service.
The top-floor Terrace Rooms, styled like luxury private residences, offer spectacular views of St Petersburg and picturesque terraces that are popular in the summer.
Children of all ages are welcome to come and stay at Belmond Grand Hotel Europe. From the moment they arrive, children become a part of the hotel's exclusive 'Very Important Kids' program. They are given gifts and special facilities to borrow such as a PlayStation and DVDs, a master class in chocolate making and a special children's menu. There are some great places to take children in St Petersburg such as the Dophinarium, Leningrad Zoo and the aqua park.
With five gourmet restaurants, two elegant cafés and a relaxing bar, every taste is catered for at Belmond Grand Hotel Europe. L'Europe serves delicious French and Mediterranean inspired cuisine in restored surroundings. Head to the Caviar Bar and Restaurant for a taste of some of Russia's favorite dishes. Rossi has a more relaxed atmosphere and offers a delicious Italian style menu. Enjoy Cantonese and Szechwan influenced dishes at Chopsticks where monthly specials are prepared with ingredients brought directly from China. The Mezzanine Cafe, with its informal atmosphere, is an ideal place to meet for a light snack, afternoon tea or some tempting pastries.
Belmond Grand Hotel Europe is positioned in the heart of St. Petersburg, the cultural center of Russia and easily one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The hotel is therefore within waking distance of many famous attractions such as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan and the elegant arcades of Gostiny Dvor department store, the Alexander Pushkin monument, the Russian Museum, the Mikhailovsky Theatre and the Church of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood to name a few. The concierge service at the hotel will advise and help you to arrange tours and outings to help you make the most of your time.
Location & Directions
St Petersburg, Russia
Belmond Grand Hotel Europe is situated in the heart of St Petersburg within walking distance of the Winter Palace Square and Hermitage Museum. It is also conveniently located next to the Russian Museum, the Philharmonic Society and the Mikhailovsky Theatre.
When to go
The main tourist season is between June and August, when the weather is the warmest. Standout seasons to visit St Petersburg are late spring (May or June) and early autumn (September or October), when the city’s parks are filled with flowering trees or colorful leaves.
The deepest, darkest part of winter is undeniably cold but if you are prepared it can be an adventure. Furs and vodka keep people warm and snow-covered landscapes are picturesque. A solid snow pack covers the ground from November to March. The city gets fired up to ring in the New Year, when Muscovites emerge from their warm homes into the winter night for free concerts and fireworks.