Palace Hotel is the only lodging in St. Petersburg providing accommodations in a
czarist-era palace. Restored and modified by some of Russia's finest
artistic talent, the hotel opened in May 2003 in time to celebrate the city's
300th anniversary. Since then, the Eliseev has quickly become the place of
preference for the city’s most prominent and wealthy guests. Its status as a
club hotel ensures your privacy.
combine the latest advances of modern technology with the grandeur and charm of
past centuries, and the dining is rated as the city’s finest. Warm and courteous
personnel welcome you, and wait on your every wish. The Eliseev is your palace
in St. Petersburg.
Located in the business and
historical heart of St. Petersburg, the grandeur of the Eliseev Palace defines
the prominent intersection of the Moika River and Nevsky Prospect, the city’s
main thoroughfare. The hotel is a five-minute walk from Palace Square, the State
Hermitage Museum, St. Isaac’s Square and St. Isaac’s Cathedral, the Kazan
Cathedral, and the Yusupov Palace.
Also nearby are some of the city’s
finest shopping, including boutiques of upscale clothing, jewelry, and liquors.
In summer, water taxis and speedboats wait at the quay in front of the hotel and
offer a memorable tour of the city by water.
Palace Hotel offers 29 rooms in six standards of splendor. The most opulent is
the Presidential Suite - of which there are only two apartments - followed by
the Executive, Luxury Studio, Junior and Superior suites. Finally, there is the
Superior room. Each suite and room has been individually designed and decorated
with the finest Italian furnishings, and hand-painted reproductions of
masterpieces from major art museums, such as the State Hermitage Museum, adorn
Inside each suite and room you will find everything to meet your exclusive
needs. The full array of five-star hotel services is provided, such as 24-hour
personal butler service and housekeeping, in-room safe, satellite and cable TV,
air-conditioning, and Internet connections.
This suite is the
former master bedroom of one of the pre-revolutionary owners, Stepan Eliseev,
and contains original historical furnishings, breathlessly restored wall
paintings, parquet floors, and a marble and onyx bathroom with gold-plated
apartment is furnished with a King-size bed, sofa, and Jacuzzi, and totals over
100 square meters (or about 1,100 square feet).
The meeting room
provides the privacy to discuss your affairs with colleagues and partners, and
sits four at a round wooden table.
two-room suite measures 120 square meters (about 1,300 square feet), and comes
with a King-size bed, Jacuzzi, leather sofa, and a walk-in wardrobe.
The meeting room
sits six at a round wooden table, and the marble bathroom is decked out with
gold-plated features. Plush carpets grace the floor, while the exquisite Italian
furniture leave no doubt that this is a room fit for royalty.
Look out the
window and let your thoughts be captivated by the stunning view on the Moika
River and the Stroganov Palace, the former residence of one of the richest
Russian families, and now part of the Russian Museum.
Taleon Restaurant offers fine dining in two rooms - one in the style of Louis
XVI, and the other in the French Empire style. The first might add a sense of
melody to a personal rendezvous, while the second will impress business partners
with its solemnity. Classical piano music can be heard daily, except Sundays.
Voted the best luxury restaurant in
Saint Petersburg in 1999, 2000 and in 2001, master chef Alexander Dregolsky will
enthrall you with his superb renditions of European and Russian cuisine. There
is a wide choice of Bordeaux wines - Chateau Lafit Rothschild, Chateau Mouton
Rothschild, Chateau Margaux and Chateau Petrus.
Brunch is served every Sunday from
12:00 till 16:00, and comes with black and red caviar, lobster, champagne and
lots of other delicious dishes.