- An illustrious St. Petersburg landmark, the grand Hotel Astoria sits directly across from St Isaac’s Cathedral, a short walk from leading attractions such as Nevsky Prospect, Palace Square and the Mariinsky Theatre.
- Since opening in 1912, our elegant Art Nouveau hotel has hosted eminent guests, from dancer Isadora Duncan to poet Sergei Yesenin.
- 169 rooms and suites at Hotel Astoria are carefully furnished with comfort and tranquility in mind. Contemporary facilities share a harmonious space with elegant decor, luxurious marble bathrooms and, in many rooms, breathtaking views over St Isaac’s Square.
- Enjoy the finest Afternoon Tea in St Petersburg in the Rotonda Lounge, unwind in the tranquil spa, and sink into the comfort of your room or suite.
- Grand public areas include the stylish Rotonda Lounge for traditional afternoon tea, popular Lichfield Bar and the Astoria Restaurant, a sophisticated Russian-French restaurant serving a wide choice of caviars.
- Two sophisticated spas: La Maison de Beauté Carita, with a full-service treatment menu, and Astoria Spa, with gym, sauna and steam room.
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.
There is something unbelievably romantic about St Petersburg. In winter, the late afternoon sun turns the city’s gilded domes a deep gold against the crisp white snow, while in summer the sparkling waterways reflect the colourful, neo-classical grandeur of its architecture. Famous for its captivating history and rich culture, St Petersburg is an unforgettable destination for a group adventure.
Fabergé Museum is located in one of the most beautiful palaces of St. Petersburg – Shuvalov Palace. The collection contains more than 4,000 works, and in terms of its size and the superlative quality of its works is one of the best collections in the world. The most valuable items in the Fabergé Museum collection come from the 9 Easter Eggs created by Carl Fabergé for the last two Russian Tsars, Alexander III and Nicholas II. The collection includes all the mediums in which the House of Fabergé worked, including “objects de fantasie”, jewelry, silverware, and interior and cult objects.
The Mariinsky Theatre has a global reputation for opulence, the best of ballets and operas. Take a seat in the Hotel Astoria’s private box and watch the curtain go up on an unforgettable performance.
The Winter Palace is home to the world famous Hermitage Museum. Stroll room to room and marvel at the wealth of precious artworks. It would take years to see them all.
The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood is one of the main sights of St. Petersburg. Known for its golden and colourful enamel domes and spectacular mosaic interiors, it was built on the site where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated. A must for fans of Russian history and culture.
Cross the square and admire the cathedral’s marble and mosaic interiors. Climb the cathedral’s 43-metre colonnade for breathtaking views of the city.
Not your first time to St Petersburg? We’ll help you explore a different side the city. Take a ride in our cabriolet, learn about peculiar details of the Romanov family’s lives or just enjoy an authentic Russian Banya. Our Concierge will design an exclusive tour just for you.
Discover charming St Petersburg on water. Admire famous bridges in the “City of 101 Islands”, enter the Gulf of Finland, visit the beach restaurants, and experience the fastest and most beautiful way to Peterhof. All this can be enjoyed on the Astoria’s private boat “Four Winns”.
A temple to Russian culture, the stately Hermitage Museum harmonises the country’s fascinating heritage with the finest works of art from around the world. Housed in the captivating Winter Palace, it’s one of Russia’s most iconic landmarks. Allow yourself a full day to explore its vast collection, which is home to many of the great masters as well as ancient artefacts and antiquities. Discover majestic works by Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt alongside Byzantine icons and contemporary exhibitions.
One of Russia’s oldest botanical gardens, St Peter Botanical Garden was created in 1714 as an apothecary garden for medicinal herbs. Today, it houses myriad exotic plants from all corners of the world, and presents a rare chance to see unusual species in enchanting surroundings. One of the best things to see in St Petersburg, take in giant water lilies, beautiful orchids, tropical ferns and the extraordinary Queen of the Night flower, which blooms for one night only in May.
An illustrious St. Petersburg landmark, the grand Hotel Astoria sits directly across from St Isaac’s Cathedral, a short walk from leading attractions such as Nevsky Prospect, Palace Square and the Mariinsky Theatre. Since opening in 1912, our elegant Art Nouveau hotel has hosted eminent guests, from dancer Isadora Duncan to poet Sergei Yesenin. Enjoy the finest Afternoon Tea in St Petersburg in the Rotonda Lounge, unwind in the tranquil spa, and sink into the comfort of your room or suite. Home to famous actors and musicians, politicians and artists, Astoria is a part of Rocco Forte’s exclusive collection of hotels. It is a vibrant hotel with illustrous biography, blending European sophistication with contemporary and timeless style.
Just steps away from the Hermitage and Mariinsky theatre, Astoria allows you to experience the best of the dazzling city up close and enjoy a carefully preserved tradition of true Russian hospitality. Relax and refresh in the comfort of your room, where fashionable design features are in respectful harmony with classic interiors. Enjoy a Russian Afternoon Tea in sunlit Rotonda, where for many years delicacies have been served on blue patterned Imperial Porcelain dishes Astoria is famous for, and feel the history coming alive in the most authentic hotel in St Petersburg that has been part of the city for over 100 years.
The rooms are stylish and highly comfortable, decorated in bright red-and-white, blue-and-white or green-and-white palettes. Facilities include large televisions, minibars and safes, as well as iPod docking stations and coffee machines. Suites feature generous sitting areas with armchairs and coffee tables, plus great views of the St Isaac’s Cathedral. Beds are large and relaxing, with elegant art prints depicting the Mariinsky Ballet. The luxurious black-and-white marble bathrooms come with Salvatore Ferragamo toiletries, fluffy robes and slippers.
Comfortable and inviting, our Classic Rooms are ideal for both business and leisure. The combined bedroom and living area is furnished with a king-sized or twin beds, armchair, working desk and coffee table.
Our Deluxe Rooms have city views and are furnished with two single beds. The combined bedroom and living area also has an armchair, a working desk and a coffee table.
Superior King Room Cathedral View
Enjoy views of St Isaac’s Cathedral from our Cathedral View Superior Deluxe Rooms. The combined bedroom and living area is also furnished with an armchair, a working desk and a coffee table.
Studio View Room
Our large Studio Rooms have a seating area with a sofa, armchairs and a large coffee table. Prints from the Mariinsky Ballet decorate the walls. There is also a large working desk and a king-sized bed.
Comfortable and elegant, our spacious Junior Suites are perfect if you’re staying a little longer. Each suite has a working desk, a sofa, a comfortable armchair and specially commissioned rugs, objects d’art and prints from the Mariinsky ballet.
Junior Suite Cathedral View
Comfortable and elegant, our Cathedral View Junior Suites have views of St Isaac’s Cathedral. Each suite has a working desk, a sofa, a comfortable armchair and specially commissioned rugs, objects d’art and prints from the Mariinsky ballet.
Classic Suite Palace View
Comfortable and inviting, our Palace View Classic Suites are decorated in cool and calm tones. The large sitting room has a sofa, armchairs, a working desk and a large coffee table. The separate bedroom has built-in wardrobe.
Deluxe Suite Palace View
These spacious suites have a separate bedroom and large sitting room with a sofa, armchairs, a coffee table and a study area. Comfortable and inviting, our Palace View Deluxe Suites are ideal for both business and leisure.
These suites have a separate bedroom, a large sitting room with a sofa, armchairs, a working desk and a coffee table. Light and spacious, our Ambassador Suites are ideal for both business and leisure.
Named after iconic Russian composers, these magnificent corner suites are filled with antique Russian paintings, sculptures and furniture. The glamorous entrance hallway has an antique dressing mirror and a guest bathroom. Chandeliers illuminate the library and dining room. The separate sitting room has an office area with a computer and printer. Works by Stravinsky, Rebikov and Shostakovich line the bookshelves. In master bedroom you’ll find a king-sized bed, a mirrored wall, a dressing room and a walk-in wardrobe. The guest bedroom has its own en suite.
Filled with antiques, the two-bedroom Tchaikovsky Royal Suite has an outdoor terrace overlooking St Isaac’s Square, the Nicolas I statue and Mariinsky Palace. The suite opens onto a large entrance hall with an antique dressing mirror and a guest bathroom, which leads to the library and dining room. To the left is a guest bedroom with its own bathroom. To the right of the dining room is a sitting room with an office area. Works by Russian composers line the bookshelves. In master bedroom you’ll find a king-sized bed, a mirrored wall, a dressing room and a walk-in wardrobe.
One of the most stylish suites in St Petersburg, the Tsar Suite located on top floor features a beautifully appointed master bedroom decorated in rich shades of turquoise and warm brown, with a dressing room and large marble bathroom, a private gym and a massage room. Fully equipped study with the library makes working while away comfortable. Three more separate bedrooms can be connected to the suite, each with a private bathroom and a separate entrance, making it perfect for family gatherings and business stays with an entourage.
The ground-floor Astoria Restaurant, replete with large chandeliers and theatrical art prints on the walls, has been one of the city’s most consistent high-end restaurants for over a century. The menu, spanning Russian classics and French and international dishes, isn’t extensive but everything is made to perfection. Signature dishes include an Olivier salad with Kamchatka crab, Siberian Pelmeni and a delicious beef stroganoff. The wine list stretches to Italy and France, but also carries bottles from Russia and the Crimea. A bar on the other side of reception is named after royal photographer Patrick Lichfield. It features some of his black-and-white prints and a fine selection of beers, wines and cocktails. Both have occasional live music. Breakfast, served in the main restaurant, is a refined spread of mueslis and fruits, cheeses and chopped vegetables, and a few special à la carte options including eggs Benedict, champagne and caviar.
Astoria Restaurant is a place where cultures are blended as harmoniously as flavours. Our newest St Petersburg restaurant offers European cuisine and classic Russian dishes with a modern twist. Beluga caviar. Siberian dumplings. Chicken Pozharskaya. Oysters every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The decoration by Olga Polizzi includes dramatic prints from the Mariinsky Theatre, whose opera singers number among our guests.
Named after the celebrated lensman, our Lichfield Bar is intriguingly clandestine. Burgundy drapes. Dark wood furnishings. Art Deco lights. Striking black and white nudes by Lord Lichfield. Sit back and admire them with a glass of ice cool vodka. Live jazz adds to the ambience.
Afternoon Tea In Our Elegant Rotonda Lounge Is A St Petersburg Institution. Join Us And Continue More Than A Century Of Delicious Tradition. Burgundy drapes. Dark wood furnishings. Art Deco lights. Striking black and white nudes by Lord Lichfield. Sit back and admire them with a glass of ice cool vodka. Live jazz adds to the ambience.
Facilities include a good-quality spa on the seventh floor; a range of treatments by Carita are offered on the ground floor. There’s also a steam room, sauna and up-to-date fitness centre. There is no pool, but guests are given access to the pool at the adjacent Angleterre Hotel.
A swimming pool and turbo-solarium in the adjacent Hotel Angleterre.
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Located in our Astoria Spa, our gym is open 24 hours a day and provides a range of the latest Technogym cardiovascular, weight and resistance equipment.