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Belmond Grand Hotel Europe

308 (max) 11 rooms 279 bedrooms
Address: Nevsky Prospekt Mikhailovskaya Ulitsa 1/7
St Petersburg
Tel: 020 3011 3102
Website: visit website
Flight time from UK: 3 hrs 20 mins
Time Zone: GMT +3 hours
Location & Parking: 17km from the main airport
Restaurants: 5


Grand Hotel Europe is situated in the heart of St. Petersburg and is 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 Opera and Ballet Theatre. The Hotel offers spacious, tastefully decorated accommodations with antique furniture and period touches, but also incorporating all the comforts a modern traveler needs. The Grand Hotel Europe offers its guests gracious elegance and luxurious comfort, something that St. Petersburg had not seen since the era of the Tsars.

The Hotel has 279 rooms and suites of truly exceptional quality, replete with handsome period furnishings, tasteful decor and a generous sense of space and comfort. Guests may choose from among several different classes of rooms and suites including 88 Classic Standard rooms, 91 Classic Superior Rooms, 18 Classic Deluxe Rooms, 13 Classic Historic Rooms, thirteen Belle Chambers, 8 Historic Belle Chambers, 17 Terrace Rooms, 15 Classic Suites, 9 Historic Classic Suites, 2 Executive Suites and 2 Historic Executive Suites, as well as 3 Presidential Suites. Our entire second and third floors are non-smoking areas. All rooms are equipped with Mini-bar, Personal safe, Satellite TV and radio, International phone with modem connections, Writing desk, Armchairs, Hairdryer, Wireless Internet Access on request. The voltage is 220V in the rooms and 110V in the bathrooms.

The second floor is a designated non-smoking area. The hotel’s first storey, which runs along the length of Mikhailovskaya Ulitsa from Nevsky Prospekt to Arts Square, is known as a historic floor. This floor houses the hotel’s most luxurious rooms and suites, which first amazed the world more than 130 years ago.

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