St. Petersburg

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Historic Heart
13 reviews
National landmark with neo-Baroque façade and Art Nouveau interiors that is the perfect base from which to explore the city's cultural attractions. — Travel + Leisure
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Historic Heart
9 reviews
Occupies the very best spot on a picturesque canal in the heart of St. Petersburg. Some of the hotel’s windows overlook the city’s jewel-in-the-crown, the stunning Winter Palace. — Condé Nast Traveler
8
Historic Heart
8 reviews
The top hotel in town is part of Sir Rocco Forte's collection... and couldn't be better placed—by St. Isaac's Cathedral. — Concierge
8
Sennaya & Kolomna
6 reviews
The 20-room Alexander House is an upper-middle-range boutique hotel that strikes an ideal balance between stylish and homey. — Oyster
8
Smolny & Vosstaniya
9 reviews
The rooms that are available sport an up-to-the-moment contemporary design decorated in an appealing palette of browns and burgundy. — Lonely Planet
8
Historic Heart
6 reviews
The hip international chain has treated the historic city center to some modern indulgence, along with spectacular views from many of the stylish rooms. — Fodor's
8
Historic Heart
8 reviews
Housed in the beautifully restored Lobanov-Rostovsky Palace, this is the city's most celebrated hotel opening in years — Star Service
8
Historic Heart
7 reviews
Designed to appeal to the high rollers... a Vegas sensibility, with brocade, polished walnut, gilding and molding, Italian marble and whirlpool tubs. — Concierge
8
Historic Heart
6 reviews
This hotel is a short walk from the Hermitage and next door to the more luxurious, slightly more expensive Astoria, with which it shares all facilities. — Star Service
7
Vasilyevsky Island
4 reviews
This is the best of several hotels in the city run by Finnish chain Sokos because of its excellent spa and fitness centre with a wonderful large swimming pool and saunas — Lonely Planet
7
Vasilyevsky Island
3 reviews
Despite being half a decade old, this spotless place still looks like it has just opened. — Lonely Planet
7
Smolny & Vosstaniya
5 reviews
This welcoming five-star, situated in a historic building, ticks most of the boxes in terms of a good location on Nevsky Prospect, comfortable and elegant rooms, a handsome brasserie and bar. — The Telegraph
7
Vladimir
5 reviews
A dazzling affair with enough Italian marble and chandeliers to keep even the fussiest of Romanovs happy. — Lonely Planet
7
Historic Heart
4 reviews
A charming place to stay if you're seeking an alternative to the big luxury chains. It's quaint, well-decorated, and on the trendy Moika Embankment,. — Frommer's
7
Admiralteisky
4 reviews
It's on the trendy Moika River embankment, making it a short walk to the center of the city and the Mariinsky Theater. Rooms are colorful and modern, with walls in complementary colors. — Frommer's
7
Historic Heart
3 reviews
This fantastic new addition to the local hotel scene is a beautifully restored building on one of St Petersburg’s prettiest squares. — Lonely Planet
7
Historic Heart
3 reviews
Part of a chain of mini-hotels, Nevsky Grand is on Bolshaya Konyushennaya ul, a pleasant avenue that runs from Nevsky pr to the Moyka River. — Lonely Planet
7
Vasilyevsky Island
3 reviews
A vast hotel on the windswept Baltic coastline, with plenty of rooms facing out over the Gulf of Finland, staying here feels nothing if not dramatic — The Telegraph
7
Sennaya & Kolomna
4 reviews
This five-star has a very impressive exterior, with an entrance crowned by a triple arch and a gilded Renaissance logo. Things get cozier inside. — Frommer's
7
Historic Heart
4 reviews
This family-owned bed-and-breakfast is a great option if you like small, charming hotels that come with lots of personal attention from staff. — Frommer's
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