- City centre location on Nevsky Prospekt within easy reach of the major sights of the city centre.
- Fabulous dining and lounging options range including the famous art nouveau Caviar Bar.
- The Planet Health Club and Beauty Room is fully equipped with the latest exercise equipment, a sauna and a plunge pool.
- ‘Very Important Kids’ programme includes gifts and treats on arrival, games (including PlayStation), toys and visits to the hotel’s own chocolate factory.
- Historic and cultural landmark of the city.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Where can you explore the world’s largest collection of Fabergé works? How did 3,500-year-old Egyptian sphinxes emerge in St Petersburg? Which street is built according to the ancient rule that its width should equal the height of the buildings lining it? Our expert guides will divulge all this and more on a fascinating city tour.
Indulge in a tour of the ‘One step to Malevich’ exhibition, conducted by the Russian Museum’s curators. Tour No.1 explores the works of P. Konchalovsky, V. Kandinsky and K. Malevich. Tour No.2 features main halls of Mikhailovsky Palace, Andrey Rublev’s medieval icons, 18—19th century portraits and mosaics. Visit on a Tuesday for exclusive access.
In 1866 Johann Strauss II performed the Gypsy Baron at the Mikhailovsky, occupying room No. 26 at Belmond Grand Hotel Europe during his stay—and he’s not the only world-famous musician to have graced the hotel. Today, guests have the opportunity to view Mikhailovsky Theater performances from the best seats in the house—the hotel’s private box.
A staggering 100kg of gold was used to adorn the façade of this iconic St Petersburg palace. Wander the halls to soak in the grandeur of architect Bartholomeo Rastrelli’s ‘Golden Enfilade’ of chambers, including the dazzling Amber Room. A half-day tour of the palace’s enchanting Rococo interiors is sure to leave you spellbound.
Learn about Russia’s ‘black gold’ with our exclusive classes, led by undisputed caviar and vodka master Alexander Dmitriev. Find out how to discern different varieties’ nuances to pair with the perfect vodka. Explore how Russian vodka was first crafted and—perhaps most importantly—how to drink it without suffering the next day.
Though founder Peter the Great didn’t fully achieve his fantasy of making St Petersburg a replica of Amsterdam, the city still boasts abundant canals and rivers spanned by ornate bridges. From May to October, make the most of the waterways by exploring the city’s majestic sights on a magical boat ride.
For over 130 years the Belmond Grand Hotel Europe has played a central role in the life of St Petersburg. Situated on Nevsky Prospect, the best known of the city’s boulevards, this Belmond property offers the best the city has to offer. Belmond Grand Hotel Europe has hosted dignitaries from all over the world since it first opened its Neo-Baroque doors in the late 19th century. Tchaikovsky honeymooned there, Anna Pavlova danced there, and more recent guests have included Bill Clinton and the Queen. Belmond Grand Hotel Europe is itself one of the chief historical monuments of the centre of this fascinating city. The hotel is right in the centre of St. Petersburg, within easy reach of the main cultural and historical monuments. Adjacent to Arts Square, the hotel has strong connections with the worlds of theatre, music, and dance. The Hermitage Museum is a short walk away.
The rooms are furnished in classical style, and feature period furnishings, comfortable seating areas, and marble clad bathrooms. Superior rooms offer views over Nevsky Prospect and the Philharmonic Hall. The Art Nouveau decoration of the lobby and the restaurants and lobby bar will not fail to impress. The five fine dining restaurants offer everything from sushi to French cuisine, not forgetting the excellent selection of vodkas and caviars at the hotel’s renowned Caviar Bar. Exquisite pastries are served during the day in the light and airy mezzanine cafe, a well known spot for those in the know to see and be seen. The hotel also offers a well appointed spa, with gym, sauna, plunge pool and beauty salon.
The hotel offers no fewer than 14 different room categories, ranging from Standard Deluxe up to extravagant suites with individual themes. The lower category rooms are comfortable, with a mix of antique furnishings, original Russian artworks and neutral décor; amenities include coffee machines and plush marble bathrooms with showers and tubs; the beds do sag a bit, but they’re still sumptuous. The 10 Historic suites, designed by Michel Jouannet, are inspired by 19th-century artists and architects such as Dostoevsky, Stravinsky and Rossi. The five Avant-Garde suites, designed in collaboration with the Russian Museum across the square, celebrate the lives and works of Russian avant-garde artists such as Malevich, Archipenko and Kandinsky.
Superior Rooms are filled with the authentic Russian elegance that has long defined our hotel. Windows face out onto the inner courtyard.
With impressive views of the Philharmonic Hall and Mikhailovskaya Street, these comfortable rooms are perfect for watching city life roll by.
Deluxe Arts Square View Rooms
These plush, indulgent rooms enjoy superb views over Arts Square and the Russian Museum, a beautiful green space in the heart of the city.
Savour stunning views of Arts Square and the Philharmonic Hall. Located on the Historic Floor, rooms boasts dramatic high ceilings and exclusive butler service.
The top-floor Terrace Rooms, styled like luxury private residences, offer spectacular views and picturesque terraces perfect for warm summer evenings.
Spacious Junior Suites are beautifully furnished in classic 19th-century style. They include large seating areas and large windows overlooking Nevsky Prospekt.
One Bedroom Suites
Each decadent, iconic suite varies in size. An entrance hall, lounge, bathroom and bedroom provide plenty of space to spread out in.
Hotel Cipriani Suite - Deluxe Historic One Bedroom Suite
Step into a true Venetian classic. Inspired by Belmond Hotel Cipriani, our beloved sister hotel in Venice, this suite captures timeless charm in every little detail. Warm Meditteranean colours, plus fabrics and antique artwork conjure up La Serenissima. Grand spaces are perfect for unwinding in style, or hosting an unforgettable intimate soiree.
Lidval Suite - Deluxe Historic One Bedroom Suite
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.
Pavarotti Suite - Deluxe Historic One Bedroom Suite
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.
Stravinsky Suite - Deluxe Historic One Bedroom Suite
This Historic Executive Suite is dedicated to composer Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky. Belmond Grand Hotel Europe was his first port of call when returning to Russia. Interiors are inspired by his revolutionary composition The Rite of Spring.
Dostoevsky Suite - Historic One Bedroom Suite
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.
Imperial Yacht Suite - Historic One Bedroom Suite
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.
Faberge Suite - Historic One Bedroom Suite
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.
Mariinsky Suite - Historic One Bedroom Suite
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.
Romanov Suite - Historic One Bedroom Suite
Members of the Imperial Russian dynasty regularly visited Belmond 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.
Amber Suite - Historic One Bedroom Suite
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.
Rossi Suite - Historic One Bedroom Suite
Italian architect Carlo Rossi designed many of St Petersburg’s most enchanting building, including our 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.
Malevich Suite - Deluxe Avant-Garde One Bedroom Suite
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.
Archipenko Suite - Deluxe Avant-Garde One Bedroom Suite
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.
Kandinsky Suite - Deluxe Avant-Garde One Bedroom Suite
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.
Rodchenko Suite - Avant-Garde Studio Suite
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.
Lissitzky Suite - Avant-Garde One Bedroom 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.
Occupying a corner of our historic hotel, this two-bedroom suite is the grandest in the city. A personal dining room seats eight guests. Other highlights include a lounge bar, fitness centre, music room with grand piano and a combined library and study. The guest bedroom can be separately locked for accompanying staff or security.
The stylish and breezy AZIA on the ground floor is more casual alternative, serving reasonably priced pan-Asian cuisine. It also offers a tasting menu, tea-infused cocktails and cooking courses focusing on tandoor, steam and wok techniques. The lobby bar is the most contemporary space in the hotel, with slick red leather stools and chairs and an alabaster marble bar topped with black granite. The Caviar Bar offers 15 types of caviar, 12 Dom Pérignon vintages, 35 kinds of vodka and 15 whiskey varieties; sommeliers are present to guide patrons through it all.
Russia’s oldest continually-serving restaurant, this culinary hotspot brims with timeless elegance. Take a seat and admire the stunning art nouveau décor, crowned by the arresting stained-glass mural of Apollo. Enjoy some of the finest ballet in St Petersburg while you dine by candlelight on delicious artisanal fare. L’Europe never fails to evoke Imperial grandeur.
Caviar Bar and Restaurant
Timelessly sophisticated décor provides the perfect setting for an authentic Russian treat. Choose from a selection of caviar, served atop delicate blinis; crisp, cold vodkas; light snacks; and enticing full courses. Pick a nightcap from our superb collection of domestic liqueurs to top off the evening in style.
Belmond Grand Hotel Europe’s freshest culinary attraction, Asian-fusion AZIA spirits you to the exotic East. Ignite your senses with our tantalising menu. Textures, perfumes, flavours, temperatures and colours combine in new ways to make a unique dining experience that will take your breath away.
Delizie By Cipriani
Experience the irresistible taste of Italy in the heart of St Petersburg at Delizie by Cipriani, housed in the Mezzanine Cafe. Channelling the ambience of a lively Venetian piazza, it’s the perfect place to indulge in the sweet life. The irresistible menu features featherlight pastries, classic desserts, delicious homemade gelato and sumptuous tiramisu.
Showcasing beautifully restored historic features, the elegant Lobby Bar is the perfect place to meet for pre-dinner drinks or warming cocktails on a wintery night. Live music fills the air as you choose from a delectable menu of Mediterranean and Asian specialities, light dishes and classic Russian fare.
Arabica beans from Honduras, Ethiopia and Sumatra have been expertly selected to create Belmond Grand Hotel Europe’s signature coffee blend. Try the Mezza’cinno, a single espresso with steamed milk and cocoa, or the Cappu, a creamy double espresso with steamed milk and vanilla. Exquisite chocolates, manufactured at the hotel’s own chocolate factory using a blend of rare cocoa beans, make an ideal gift.
Azia Grand Terrace
Make the most of the warm weather and relax alfresco. Anticipate a delicious selection of appetisers, light dishes, salads, desserts and ice creams. Each is perfectly accompanied by an enticing drinks menu, boasting a range of tempting cocktails. There’s no finer place to unwind and savour the famous long summer nights of St Petersburg.
The marble-clad lobby is constantly awash with uniformed doormen and concierge staff busying themselves with guests’ requests. Service is crisply formal but smoothly efficient. A 24-hour room service, transfers, visa support and private theatre box bookings are available. As well as a range of beauty treatments to avail oneself of, there’s a gym and plunge pool, two restaurants, a dapper bar, a mezzanine café, several elegant lounge areas and a caviar bar.
Stay active at Belmond Grand Hotel Europe. The gym is equipped with the latest cardiovascular and resistance training machines. Yoga classes are also available. Finish off your workout with a relaxing session in the sauna and plunge pool. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Relax after your workout with a session in the sauna and plunge pool before indulging in spa and beauty treatments.