Grand Hotel Europe
A gateway to Russia's illustrious past
With a prime location at the cultural heart of St Petersburg, discover the city's most stylish rendezvous
We’ve enchanted Russia’s high society for more than a century. Find us on Nevsky Prospekt, between the city’s most celebrated landmarks. Step inside to resplendent marble, gilded stucco ceilings, breathtaking stained glass and some of the city’s finest modern cuisine. Indeed, there's treasure around every corner.
Wake up Chic
Wake up Chic
Plush fabrics, elegant furnishings and lofty ceilings—the stately ambience of Grand Hotel Europe is legendary.
Enjoy genuine Russian hospitality in our sumptuous suites. Views of St Petersburg’s monuments, including the Arts Square or the Philharmonic Hall, add to the magic.
Timeless glamour combines with modern amenities at one of the top luxury hotels Europe has to offer. Our iconic rooms include an entrance hall and a plush bedroom with seating area. Adorned with Russian artwork, they’re the perfect place to unwind before exploring the city.
Suites at Grand Hotel Europe seamlessly blend classic Russian charm with modern indulgence. They are the perfect space in which to relax after exploring Nevsky Prospekt.
Unique Historic Suites
Unique Historic Suites
Our unique historic suites are individually named and themed. They combine contemporary comforts with old-world elegance, befitting one of the most iconic hotels in Russia. Located on the Historic Floor, each room benefits from high ceilings, restored antiques, Italian marble bathrooms and dedicated butler service.
These dazzling suites celebrate the lives and works of Russian avant-garde artists. Each is a sophisticated and modern space in this historic five-star hotel. Interiors evoke the works of their namesake artists, while butler service adds to the indulgence. Most suites feature a spacious sitting room and a personal entrance hall.
Occupying a corner of our historic hotel, this two-bedroom suite is the grandest in the city. A personal dining room seats eight guests. Other highlights include a lounge bar, fitness centre, music room with grand piano and a combined library and study. The guest bedroom can be separately locked for accompanying staff or security.
For a real taste of Russia, let us secure you the private box at the Mikhailovsky Theatre for an opera or ballet.
In a city rich with museums, historic palaces, churches and cathedrals—many just moments away—there are endless ways to spend your day. Once the sun sets over the intricate skyline, why not explore St Petersburg's glittering nightlife?
Wining and Dining
Art nouveau splendour meets decadent dining in Russia’s longest serving restaurant. Here you can sample local delicacies in the romantic atmosphere of live ballet performances, dappled by light through the stained-glass windows.Learn more
Caviar Bar & Restaurant
Smooth jazz, soft lighting and delicious roe-topped blinis: enjoy 12 caviar varieties at this glamorous bar. For the ultimate treat, our truffle-infused scrambled egg with caviar is ideal washed down with a crisp vodka.Learn more
Delizie by Cipriani
Indulge your sweet tooth and experience the sensational flavours of Italy. Choose from a tempting selection of pastries, desserts and classic Italian gelato for the most delicious sugar high in St Petersburg.Learn more
A Mayakovsky cocktail is a heady mix of pepper vodka, passionfruit, orange and lime; a 7th Symphony blends Armagnac, Grand Marnier and bitters. Mingle with the St Petersburg A-list while sipping one of our signature drinks.Learn more
Explore in Depth
The Playground of the Tsars
Legend has it that in 1703 Peter the Great was boating on the River Neva, searching for a site for his new European city. He saw an eagle flying over Zayachy Island and, taking it as an omen, here placed the founding stone for the Peter and Paul Fortress.
Unique Suites of Belmond
Sustainable, innovative and indulgent are words that spring to mind when staying with Belmond. From woven rattan chairs in South Africa to geometric artwork in Russia, we’re home to award-winning designs. Dive into a selection of our most spellbinding suites.
Rasputin and L'Europe: A Grand Adventure
Belmond Grand Hotel Europe has seen it all. Since our doors first swung open in 1875, we’ve hosted Cartier’s first Russian exhibition, welcomed the honeymooning Tchaikovsky's and seen an impromptu concert by Elton John. Yet none of our visitors can rival the infamy of Rasputin.