The Hotel Astoria, Russia, Exterior
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All 169 rooms and suites have air conditioning, a television, minibar, safe, Wi-Fi, bathrobes, slippers and marble bathrooms with Ferragamo toiletries.
Named after celebrated Russian composers, the Presidential suites are located in the main corner of the building with a fantastic panoramic view over the Mariinsky Palace, Statue of Nicholas I and St Isaac’s Cathedral.
Named after the celebrated Russian composer, this suite has an outdoor terrace with a panoramic view over Mariinsky Palace, the statue of Nicholas I and St Isaac’s Cathedral – one of the most stunning views in St Petersburg.
The most luxurious and largest suite in the hotel with a stunning view over St Isaac’s Cathedral.
Dine on seasonal Russian cuisine with a French twist in the refined atmosphere of The Astoria Café against a spectacular view of St Isaac’s Cathedral. Sip on vodka in the Lichfield Bar, named after the celebrated British photographer Lord Patrick Lichfield. Dark wood furnishings, art deco lighting and black and white photographs by Lichfield adorn the bar while live jazz music adds to the ambience. The elegant Rotonda Lounge is the perfect place for afternoon tea and treats made by the Astoria’s chocolatier.
The Astoria spa has a sauna and a steam room, treatment rooms, a hair salon and a 24-hour gym to help guests relax after a day exploring the city sights. The swimming pool and turbo-solarium in the adjacent Hotel Angleterre are also available to guests of the Hotel Astoria.
Additional regional flights are available via Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Munich, Helsinki and Copenhagen with Air France, KLM, Lufthansa, Finn Air and SAS.
If travelling from Moscow, the new Sapsan high-speed train operates five times a day and takes about 4 hours. Please call for further details.