A cultural and culinary landmark, Grand Hotel Europe, a Belmond Hotel, has played a central role in the life of St Petersburg for over 140 years.
A truly iconic hotel, it is famed for its impressive façade and decorative interiors. It boasts a spectacular setting on Nevsky Prospekt and is among the city’s great architectural treasures.
Positioned adjacent to Arts Square, the hotel has strong associations with the worlds of theatre, music and dance. A stay here takes guests straight to the heart of Russia, especially during the winter, when snow lies outside and a warm welcome awaits within.
Belmond Grand Hotel Europe is located on Nevsky Prospekt, the main avenue in St Petersburg. It is just a few minutes’ walk from the city’s major attractions, including the Russian Museum, the Church of the Savior of Spilt Blood, the Hermitage Museum and the Arts Square.
PULKOVO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (LED) 17 km; 35 minutes by car.
Moskovsky railway station – 2 km; 10 minutes by car.
Finlyandsky railway station – 4 km; 20 minutes by car.
Art Nouveau splendour meets decadent dining at Russia’s oldest continually serving restaurant, a culinary hotspot brimming with timeless elegance and live music.
St Petersburg’s only caviar restaurant. City’s only Caviar & Vodka Master is on hand to guide guests through the restaurant’s impressive collection.
Turn-of-the-century grandeur, perfect place to enjoy a drink, appetizer or light snacks. The only 24h Lobby Bar with live music in the city.
Indulge in decadent homemade cakes and desserts under the St Petersburg sky. This spacious café, featuring a glass roof, serves Caviar and Russian-style afternoon tea, hot and cold drinks, pastries, light snacks and divine treats from our own artisanal chocolate factory.
Fitness centre is equipped with the finest in cardiovascular & resistance machines, sauna & plunge pool (Open 24 hours a day).
Full service beauty salon, ering hair cutting, colouring & styling and a range of spa treatments.
Discover the rich culture of St Petersburg with a wealth of activities, from art master classes and private ballet lessons to exclusive contemporary gallery tours.
Enjoy an evening of sublime culture at Mikhailovsky Theatre, one of the oldest opera and ballet houses in Russia. Guests of Belmond Grand Hotel Europe are invited to use Belmond's private box.
Marvel at the Hermitage Gold or Diamond Rooms on a private tour. Visit the incredible Faberge Museum, dedicated to the wo...
Historic Rooms feature high ceilings, parquet floors and expansive windows through which to enjoy stunning views over Mikhailovskaya Ulitsa and the Philharmonic Hall, or Arts Square and the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood.
AVERAGE SIZE: 355–473 ft² (33-44m²)
The fifth-floor Terrace Rooms are graced by beautiful outdoor terraces offering panoramic views of the city — particularly popular in summer. Those facing Arts Square look out to the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, one of St Petersburg’s most beautiful landmarks.
AVERAGE SIZE: 301-322ft² (28-30m²)
These rooms offer vistas across the beautiful green space of the Arts Square towards the palatial Russian Museum.
AVERAGE SIZE: 344-398 ft² (32-37m²)
Deluxe Rooms offer scenic views of Mikhailovskaya Ulitsa, the grand thoroughfare leading to Arts Square, and the Philharmonic Hall.
AVERAGE SIZE: 322-398 ft² (30-37m²)
Superior Rooms face the inner courtyards, which boast beautiful architectural features in a variety of traditional St Petersburg styles. Rooms feature king or twin beds.
AVERAGE SIZE: 247-419 ft² (25-39m²)
The generous one-room Junior Suites are distinguished by their classical 19th-century decor and period furnishings. Each light and airy suite features parquet floors, spacious sitting areas and large windows looking onto historic Nevsky Prospekt.
AVERAGE SIZE: 430-613 ft² (40-57m²)
The one-bedroom Classic Suites are decorated in turn-of-the-century Tsarist Russian style and include antique furniture and carefully restored historic features. All of the suites comprise an entrance hall, living room, bedroom and bathroom finished in Italian marble.
AVERAGE SIZE: 505-785 (47-73 )
Alexander Rodchenko was a founder of Russian constructivism, famed for his bold political posters and innovative advert design. His play of geometric shapes against a white background has influenced this junior suite.
El Lissitzky worked in many artistic fields, inspiring the graphic lines and bold colours of this suite. It boasts a four-seat dining table, guest powder room and wet bar. Combine with the Rodchenko Suite to form a two-bedroom retreat.
Fyodor Ivanovich Lidval was a great early 20th-century architect, a master of art nouveau, and worked on some of the hotel’s interiors. This suite features a large living room with a winter garden on an intimate, glass-covered veranda.
The celebrated Italian tenor stayed in this suite during his 2004 tour of Russia. Its interior evokes the world’s finest opera houses, and the bold, red and gold colour scheme reflects Pavarotti’s dynamic presence.
This Historic Executive Suite is dedicated to composer Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky. Grand Hotel Europe was his first port of call when returning to Russia. Interiors are inspired by his revolutionary composition The Rite of Spring.
The literary genius Fyodor Dostoevsky was a frequent hotel guest. Fans of Crime and Punishment and The Brothers Karamazov will note that this is a corner suite. Dostoevsky thought corner rooms were ideal for observing life outside.
Carl Fabergé, goldsmith to the Romanovs, is renowned as one of the greatest jewellers of all time. This suite is swathed in pink, lilac and gold tones to reflect the precious stones found in his works—perfect for a unique luxury honeymoon.
In 1871, Tsar Alexander II launched the royal yacht Derzhava, a marvel of unprecedented opulence. This suite, decorated in nautical colours, tells the story of the ship and evokes the lifestyle of those who sailed with her.
Decorated in the light blue tones also found inside the Mariinsky Theatre, this suite has a wonderfully theatrical ambience. Art pieces brings to life great moments and personalities from St Petersburg’s cultural scene.
Members of the Imperial Russian dynasty regularly visited Grand Hotel Europe. This palatial suites is decorated with antique furniture, rich golds, delicate chandeliers and portraits of Russian nobility—truly fit for a Tsar.
This rich, warm-hued suite takes its name from the famous Amber Room at Catherine Palace. The living room is decorated with a reproduction of the cartouche, featuring the initials of King Friedrich Willhelm of Prussia.
Italian architect Carlo Rossi designed many of St Petersburg’s most enchanting building, including the hotel’s facade. This suite is decorated in his signature white and yellow—the colours that grace so many of his masterpieces around the city.
Kazimir Malevich was a pioneer of geometric abstract art. His striking shapes and bold colours are reflected in the design of the suite. As well as a dining table for six, it offers a guest powder room and wet bar.
The sensual lines and warm tones of the one-bedroom suite echo the work of cubist sculptor Alexander Archipenko. It boasts a sitting room with a dining table for four as well as a full pantry and guest powder room.
The influential artist Wassily Kandinsky is often credited with painting the first pure abstract works. Admire his bright colours and earthy tones in this large suite. It boasts separate living and dining rooms plus a personal study.
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