Situated in the heart of the city on the bustling Nevsky Prospekt, Corinthia Hotel St Petersburg offers easy, direct access to major sites of cultural, artistic and economic interest for both leisure and business guests. Offering every conceivable modern luxury for the discerning international traveller, we have created an unforgettable guest experience. Encapsulated in a venue of rare distinction overflowing with art and beauty every guest can be assured of unparalleled luxury and world-class hospitality.
Our complement of rooms and suites offers the most extensive range of luxury accommodation in the city. Spacious and stylish, each of our rooms offer a comfortable retreat after a day’s sightseeing or business with views over the Nevsky Prospekt or the hotel’s peaceful inner courtyard.
For a truly unique experience, dine in the impressive Imperial restaurant and sample from an exciting array of authentic dishes from all over the world. Unwind and relax at the Lobby Bar, indulge in pastries and a proper cup of English tea at Café Vienna or sip a delicious cocktail in the Nevsky Bar. Stay in shape while you’re on the move in our fully-equipped Health Club offering extensive gym facilities and solarium where guests can enjoy the sun on the beautiful open terrace with magnificent views over the city. For the ultimate relaxation experience, treat yourself to an indulgent massage at the luxurious, nearby Crystal Spa & Lounge. Simply contact the concierge to arrange your visit and we'll look after the rest.
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Once called a ‘Window to the West’, St Petersburg is a melting pot of authentic Russian heritage, striking architecture and world-famous art and cultural museums. Corinthia Hotel St Petersburg is situated on the world-famous Nevsky Prospect, the main street once planned in meticulous detail by Peter the Great. The hotel’s central location offers easy, direct access to major sites of cultural, artistic and economic interest for both leisure and business guests. This bustling city was once the capital of the Russian empire and with its maze of romantic bridges and canals, St Petersburg is as majestic now as it was during the rule of the Tsars.
With over 200 museums, beautiful parks and palaces, an exciting nightlife and a culture built on a passion for art, music, dance and literature, it is a breath-taking journey into a society with a rich heritage. Baroque and neo-classical architecture dominate the skyline and the historical Palace Square is at the heart of the city. One of the most popular attractions is the world-famous Winter Palace. Once the official residence of the Russian monarchs and an iconic symbol of the Russian Revolution, the Winter Palace is now better known as The State Hermitage Museum.
The Peter and Paul Fortress is not to be missed - the first structure to be built in St. Petersburg, and thus the birthplace of the city, it never served its intended defensive function. Instead it has had a rich, hugely varied, and sometimes sinister series of uses including the burial place of the Imperial Royal Family. Another must-see is the beautiful 19th century St Isaac’s Cathedral, with its gold dome and sumptuous marble interior. If you have an appreciation of truly awe-inspiring view, look no further than the Alexander Nevsky bridge. At more than 905 meters, it is certainly the longest in St Petersburg, an impressive feat seeing as the city boasts 539 bridges in all – more than Venice and Amsterdam.
Hand-made arts, crafts and souvenirs are in abundance in St Petersburg, but so too is the finest in quality shopping. The Eliseev Food Store is a treasure trove of local Russian treats like caviar and vodka, but if you want more informal shopping, head for the flea market on Kanal Griboedova (summer months only), where the most popular souvenirs are beautiful hand-made lacquer boxes for jewellery or curios.