A historical, cultural and culinary landmark, the Grand Hotel Europe has played an important role in the life of St. Petersburg for over 130 years. It was here that Tchaikovsky spent his honeymoon and George Bernard Shaw dined with Maxim Gorky. Discerning travelers are charmed by the hotel’s warm Russian hospitality, impressive architecture and exceptional service.
301 sumptuously appointed Rooms and Suites convey an elegance unseen since the days of the Tsars, when Dostoevsky and Strauss were frequent visitors. Five restaurants to delight worldly palates. Authentic Russian delicacies, the Caviar Bar. Tour Europe’s finest kitchens for French, Italian and even Asian dining.
Positioned on Nevsky Prospekt, St Petersburg’s most splendid avenue, it is surrounded by some of the world’s greatest cultural treasures, including the Russian Museum and Mussorgsky Theatre.
St Petersburg, with its ballet and music, is a city offering two contrasting stays – Dr Zhivago-style, during White Days when carpeted in snow, or during
long summer evenings when the famous White Nights festivities bring the city to life.
Here are more photos of the hotel.