Within a 19th-century Russian royal palace, its entry guarded by two marble lions, Four Seasons reveals a restored luxury hotel treasure in the historic Admiralteysky district – just two blocks from the Hermitage Museum and close to Nevsky Prospekt and the Mariinsky Theatre.
Year renovated: 2012.
Number of rooms: 183.
St. Petersburg’s premier five-star luxury hotel features 177 guest rooms, including 26 suites, enhanced by views of Saint Isaac’s Cathedral, Aleksandrovksy Garden, and the landmark Admiralty. Two signature St. Petersburg restaurants create see-and-be-seen buzz, while a glass-topped spa helps you relax and restore. The beauty and history of Imperial Russia feel current and fashionable – coming to life with luxurious, at-your-service Four Seasons care.
With three St. Petersburg fine dining venues, Four Seasons promises the city’s most fashionable restaurant destinations for drinks and exquisite dining in style – inviting international travellers to mingle with the local Russian elite. The location is conveniently near the Hermitage Museum, Mariinsky Theatre and Nevsky Prospekt.
The two specialty St. Petersburg restaurants share a prominent entrance on St. Isaac’s Square. Their design features ornate traditional décor with a sumptuous modern twist, combining sparkling crystal with rich woods, marbles and granites. The Italian restaurant, Percorso invites guests to select from an array of four distinct rooms, including a bar, a lounge and a private dining room for 12, where the chef serves modern Italian specialties. Dining areas are enhanced by an open kitchen and St. Petersburg’s best wine cellar. Sintoho, the Asian restaurant, offers a lively, contemporary ambience and a menu focusing on Japanese flavours with northern Asian influence. Seating options include a sushi bar and a semi-private dining room featuring a teppanyaki table.
In the Xander bar, the clubby, library atmosphere and double-sided fireplace create a warm welcome. Traditional and modern style Zakuskis are served along with the city's best selection of champagne by the glass, making it the perfect meeting spot pre-dinner or for cigars and cognac afterwards. One of the palace’s original courtyards has become a glass-roofed winter garden – home to the Tea Lounge, a sunny setting for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and light supper menu. Comfortable seating adjoins an indoor garden with year-round trees and flowers.
After busy days of sightseeing and exploration in St. Petersburg, Four Seasons guests can indulge in an international spa experience unrivalled in St. Petersburg, Russia. Constructed within a triangular courtyard of the original palace, this four-level luxury spa is dedicated to relaxation and rejuvenation. Serenely elegant in design, the six spa treatment rooms – including a deluxe couple’s suite with private lounge – offer superior skincare and massage therapies. Expert manicures and pedicures are also available.
The Hotel's 24-hour Fitness Centre provides cutting-edge equipment for cardio and weight training. On the Spa’s top level, a relaxation pool is bathed in sunlight from the glass roof, providing a warm sanctuary for lounging on chilly winter days. Luxuriously appointed changing rooms each feature an experience shower, a dry sauna and a steamy Russian-style sauna, complete with birch branches to invigorate the skin.
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