Kempinski Hotel Moika 22
St Petersburg, Russia
based on 7 nights
per person, for a five night stay on a bed and breakfast basis including return airport transfers
At a Glance
Great canal side location in the center of the city, the closest of our hotels to the Winter Palace and Hermitage
Many of the rooms and suites offer lovely views over St. Petersburg - the nearby Palace Square and Cathedral of the Spilled Blood
Well equipped and modern hotel behind a historic and elegant 19th century facade
Excellent restaurant options serving Russian and International cuisine
Extensive pillow menu means you will be guaranteed a perfect night's sleep
Best time to Visit
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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.
Experience the ultimate in Russian culture and luxury at the Kempinski Hotel Moika 22. Named after the canal by which it stands, the Moika 22 is right at the heart of the historical center of St Petersburg and boasts incredible views.
The Hotel offers fantastic views of some of the main cultural hotspots of the city, being a moment's walk from the famous Hermitage museum, which is home to a collection of over 2 million works of Russian art and artifacts. The Palace Square and arguably the most well known street in Russia, Nevksy Prospekt, are within easy reach. Moika 22's canal side location away from the main road means that sleep won't be disturbed by the noise of the city center.
The hotel opened in 2005, and offers understated luxury in a modern style behind its 19th century facade. Within the hotel itself one can become acquainted with the rich colors, impressive views and sumptuous cuisine that has made Russia so sought after in recent years. With a separate breakfast room, two restaurants and a bar (stocking some of the finest Russian vodkas of course!), guests will never tire of the variety of choices.
An impressive wellness center has also been established offering treatments designed to relax you after a day of exploring and to get you ready for whatever the evening may bring, whether it is a visit to the world famous Russian ballet or simply enjoying a few drinks with blinis and caviar at the aptly named Bellevue Brasserie.
After an evening packed with adventure, retire to one of the luxuriously furnished rooms or suites, all of which offer panoramic views of golden cupolas and gilded palaces.
There are a variety of rooms available as well as three different styles of suites. All offer fantastic views while the suites include larger bathrooms, and spacious living areas. They are all elegantly decorated and have an air of grace to them whilst remaining wonderfully comfortable to ensure a good night's sleep.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Kempinski Hotel Moika 22. Complimentary cots and linen are provided for infants. However, there are no other facilities specifically for children.
Children will love St Petersburg and the many attractions it has to offer, notably the railway museum, the transport museum, the naval museum, the Cruiser Aurora, the Doll's museum, a craft's class, the Puppet theater, the Leningrad Zoo, Dolphinarium and the Aqua Park to name a few! There are also sporting activities that can be arranged.
There are two main eateries at the Kempinski Hotel Moika 22:
The Beau Rivage is used as the breakfast room, providing a variety of international offerings from homemade jam to Italian Parma ham, French Champagne and of course caviar.
At the top of many people’s lists of where to go in St Petersburg is the Bellevue Brasserie. With its 360-degree view of the city this trendy restaurant on the top floor is one of the finest in the city.
The hotel also features a wine cellar where small groups can gather and sample a menu chosen to perfectly compliment the wines stored there.
The Von Witte Bar is situated right at the very front of the Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 and alongside offering an impressive range of drinks also has a light snacks menu.
There is also a tea room which serves a traditional afternoon tea with an open fire place and spectacular views of Palace Square and the Hermitage.
There is a well stocked fitness room and wellness center providing cleansing, mineralising and therapeutic procedures, massages, and saunas.
James Ferguson (Staff)
The Kempinski St.Petersburg is a fabulous hotel - I particularly enjoyed my visit to the top floor restaurant, where the chef's Armenian heritage comes through in the traditional soups! You can also enjoy unrivalled views over the city while you dine.
Enjoy a guided visit of the iconic Hermitage museum. The building itself is a work of art and is home to masterpieces from all over the world. Founded in 1974 it started with a collection of 255 paintings; it now counts 2.7 million exhibits!
Panoramic City Tour of St Petersburg
Visit the highlights of the beautiful city of St Petersburg with a knowledgeable private guide including St.Isaac’s Cathedral, the Peter and Paul Fortress and the Church of Spilled Blood.
Private Boat Ride
Enjoy the unique architecture of the 'Venice of the North' from the water on a private boat tour of the city's river and canals. A city built over 42 islands, St. Petersburg is surrounded by water and interlaced with a complex web of rivers and canals.
Pushkin and Catherine Palace
Visit the sumptuous village, parks and palaces of Pushkin where the Russian Tsars resided during summer, and most notably the stunning baroque Catherine Palace, once home to Empress Catherine the Great.
Russian Vodka Museum & Tasting
The museum gives a fascinating insight into the Russian history, culture and drinking traditions. During the guided tour you will hear about the vodka’s origin, Russian dining traditions and the Russian vodka kings. End the tour with a tasting session.
The Faberge Museum
The Faberge Musuem is housed in the Shuvalov Palace, one of the most beautiful palaces of St. Petersburg. The most valuable part of the museum's collection are the 9 Imperial Easter Eggs created by Faberge for the last two Russian emperors.
Traditional Russian Cookery Class
Learn how to make traditional Russian dishes such as stroganoff, goulash and coulibiac before enjoying the fruits of your labours.
Troika Ride at Pavlovsk Palace Park
The troika, a carriage drawn by three horses harnessed side-by-side, is one of Russia's most iconic symbols. Take a ride today in the grounds before exploring Pavlovsk Palace, a superb neoclassical mansion that was once home to Emperor Paula.
Location & directions
St Petersburg, Russia
Located right in the heart of the city, on the Moika Embankment, opposite the Palace Square, home of the world-famous Hermitage Museum.