Four Seasons Lion Palace
St Petersburg, Russia
The Four Seasons Lion Palace is one of Saint Petersburg's most extravagant hotels. Located in the heart of the city, a stone's throw from the Hermitage Museum, a short walk from the buzzing Nevsky Prospekt and a stroll from the famed Mariinsky Theatre.
At a Glance
Saint Petersburg's most luxurious hotel
Stunning views of St Isaac's Square and Cathedral
3 fantastic restaurants to choose from, International, Italian and Asian cuisine
An extensive an well equipped gym, kitted out with the best Technogym equipment and an excellent Spa
Prime location around the corner from Nevsky Prospekt and a stroll from the Mariinsky Theatre
The Four Seasons Lion Palace is a triumph in restoration, seamlessly blending an historic palace with luxury 5 star hotelScott Dunn team
When eating in the Percorso restaurant, request to be seated in the amazing Amber room.Anne Bamber
Retreat to the glass-roofed atrium of The Lounge to feast on the afternoon tea served each day after a day of exploring.Scott Dunn team
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The Four Seasons Lion Palace has raised the bar for five star hotel accommodation in Saint Petersburg since its much anticipated grand opening. The impressive entrance decorated with neoclassical columns and guarded by two renaissance marble sculpted lions appropriately sets the tone for the interior of the hotel.
The rooms are of the high standard and elegant, contemporary classic décor that you would expect from a Four Seasons hotel. They all have large windows so are light, airy and spacious and all have beautiful full marble bathrooms. Views range from the peaceful inner courtyard to the stunning St Isaac's Cathedral, the Admiralty building and other landmarks of Saint Petersburg.
There are three restaurants to choose from, each serving very different but equally delicious cuisine. The Tea Lounge, housed in a glass-roofed hall, is where the incredible breakfast is served, as well as lunch, afternoon tea and light suppers - all have an International and Russian focus. Sintoho is the Japanese and northern Asia restaurant. The décor is very stylish and the food is delicious, especially the sushi. Percorso is the Italian restaurant and is spread through four distinctly decorated rooms - the bar, the lounge and two dining rooms and there is an open kitchen so you can watch the chefs at work. It has a fun and lively atmosphere and attracts a trendy crowd.
The Luceo Spa is beautifully designed over four levels and offers the best massage therapies and beauty treatments - the perfect way to relax after a busy day in the city. There is also an extensive gym kitted out with the most up to date Technogym equipment.
Light, airy and welcoming with contemporary classic decor, the 177 guest rooms, including 26 elegant suites, are the most spacious in St. Petersburg. They feature high ceilings, large windows and full marble bathrooms.
Amenities include: Down duvets and pillows, Hypoallergenic bedding on request, bathrobes and slippers, Hair dryer, Products by L'Occitane, Hermès and Bulgari, DVD player, Plasma/LCD screen television, Illy espresso machine and iPod docking station.
36-49 sq m Superior rooms are inviting and sophisticated, and feature a full marble bathroom and views of the courtyard. Extra bed not possible in this category.
38 – 53 sq m - Deluxe Rooms have a king bed or two twin beds, a full marble bathroom and windows that frame views of the larger courtyard. Extra bed not possible.
37 – 56 sq m - Spacious and sophisticated, Premium Rooms feature inviting design elements in soft, natural hues, a king bed or two twin beds, a full marble bathroom and charming views of a quiet historic street that links the landmarks of St. Isaac’s Square and the Admiralty building. Extra bed not possible.
|Four Seasons Room||
37-56 sq m - Accented with soft, natural hues and neoclassical décor, spacious Four Seasons Rooms feature iconic St. Petersburg views of the Admiralty building or St. Isaac’s Cathedral, a king bed or two twin beds, a relaxation area with a comfortable armchair, and a full marble bathroom. Some rooms also include a sofa bed.
35-44 sq m - Terrace Rooms are sophisticated and comfortable spaces offering a full marble bathroom, a king bed and a rooftop terrace with classic St. Petersburg views. Extra bed not possible.
|Deluxe One-bedroom Suite||
62 sq m - Deluxe One-Bedroom Suites feature neoclassical décor, a walk-in closet, a sizeable work area with sofa bed and a king bed in a separate bedroom.
|Premium One-Bedroom Suite||
57-82 sq m - Featuring spacious and sophisticated design in imperial Russian style. Premium One-Bedroom Suites include a full marble bathroom, a comfortable living area with a sofa bed, and a separate bedroom with a king bed.
|Admiralty One-Bedroom Suite||
63-67 sq m - Elegant and welcoming Admiralty One-Bedroom Suites feature a spacious sitting area with sofa bed, a full marble bathroom, a walk-in closet and a king bed in a separate bedroom.
58-68 sq m - Inviting and spacious, Terrace Suites feature a full marble bathroom, a king bed in a separate bedroom with sofa bed, and lovely views from your personal rooftop terrace.
|Palace Two-Bedroom Suites||
162-191 sq m - Decorated with inviting neoclassical elements, Palace Two-Bedroom Suites are in prime corner locations with superb views. Two fully separate bedrooms, a spacious salon area and a dining table that seats six make these suites ideal for families.
|Noble Two-Bedroom Suites||
161-203 sq m - Spacious and suitable for families, Noble Two-Bedroom Suites feature inviting living and dining areas and a full marble bathroom. Conveniently located on the first floor, they offer a private balcony with memorable views of iconic St. Petersburg landmarks.
|Lobanov Presidential Suite||
152 sq m - Accessed by a grand and sophisticated heritage marble staircase, the imposing Lobanov Presidential Suite offers luxuriously comfortable amenities in a 152-square-meter (1,636-square-foot) space, as well as an extra-large furnished terrace for open-air dining and entertaining.
Children are very welcome at the Four Seasons Lion Palace. They have a number of connecting rooms and suites suitable for families and there is no additional charge for children who are under 18 and staying in the same room as their parents. The hotel offer amenities especially for children, such as small bathrobes, toiletries, children's menus at their restaurants, children's games, cribs etc and babysitting can be arranged with 24 hours notice.
The Four Seasons Lion Palace has three restaurants serving very different cuisines so offer plenty of choice. The Tea Room has an International and Russian focused menu with dishes such as Olivier salad with quail and crayfish and Beef tenderloin Stroganoff, and is where breakfast is served as well as afternoon tea's of sandwiches, freshly baked scones and assorted miniature pastries. Sintoho serves Asian cuisine with a particular focus on Japanese dishes, including delicious sushi, Wild salmon tartare with avocado salsa relish, crispy skin and sambal; Singapore-style king crab legs in chilli sauce with egg. Percorso is their Italian restaurant that serves delicious food such as strozzapreti, which features Mediterranean seaweed, clams, calamari and tuna, and anatra (duck), a roasted whole duck on the spit with citrus glaze and cherry and pink pepper compote, cooked in an open kitchen.
The hotel has an extensive gym fully kitted out with Technogym equipment. The Luceo Spa is amazing, beautifully decorated, spread over four levels and has a wide range of treatments.
Location & Directions
St Petersburg, Russia
The Four Seasons Lion Palace is located right in the heart of the city, on Saint Isaac's Square, next to Saint Isaac's Cathedral in the historic Admiralteysky district.
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.