Experience the magic of St. Petersburg from the grand Four Seasons St. Petersburg, located in the historic Admiralteyskiy district.
The Four Seasons St. Petersburg is the former 19th-century royal palace of Prince Alexey Lobanov-Rostovsky. Two restored marble lions, originally made by Italian sculptor Paolo Triscorni, guard the entrance to the historic hotel. Inside, Auguste Montferrand has restored the main granite stairway and entry hall to their original 1820’s splendor. Imperial-yellow walls, barrel vault ceilings, and white columns in the dramatic lobby add to the grandeur of the hotel.
Designed with a mix of blue, yellow, and gold, the 183 rooms and suites are fit for royalty—wonderfully ornate, with high ceilings and exquisite details. Terraces look out over famous St. Petersburg landmarks. In the bathrooms, walls are lined in marble, complete with bathtubs and rainforest showers. The Four Seasons Room features over-sized French casement windows that look out onto two of St. Petersburg’s city icons: the Admiralty Building or St. Isaac’s Cathedral.
The Four Seasons St. Petersburg features two restaurants. At Sintoho, guests can dine on the authentic flavors of Singapore, Tokyo, and Hong Kong with dishes like wasabi fried prawns and roasted Peking duck. Down the hall, Percorso serves Italian classics. Dine on artisan prosciutto and regional cheeses, spaghetti di gragnano, and pan-fried sea bass. Enjoy artisanal cocktails at Xander Bar, and tea served in the bright and airy Tea Lounge.
The four-level Luceo spa is an award-winning haven. Amenities include eight treatment rooms, a nail salon, a glass-roofed relaxation pool, dry sauna, and a Russian steam room. A 24-hour fitness studio is equipped with TechnoGym cardio equipment and free weights.
Discover the magical city of St. Petersburg from The Four Seasons St. Petersburg. The hotel is supremely located in the heart of the historic Admiralteyskiy district just off of St. Isaac’s Square. The Heritage Museum is just two blocks away, while the Nevsky Prospekt and the Mariinsky Theatre are both within walking distance. Bars, boutiques, cafés, and other sites are a quick stroll away.Request Information