August 21, 2013
By: Five Star Alliance
Taleon Imperial Hotel is a 120-room hotel with 27,000 square metres of grand halls, stairways, atriums and hallways. Taleon Imperial Hotel is the only modern luxury hotel created from the XVIIIth century palace in Saint-Petersburg.
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February 22, 2012
By: Oksana Balytsky
We at Five Star Alliance are all about the best and most luxurious hotels. We certainly keep up with the happenings in the luxury travel world and take pride in bringing our clients the latest luxury travel news. Keep up with our blog series where we’ll be featuring luxury hotels opening in 2012 to stay on top of the trends and make your reservations at the newest hotspots.
The Four Seasons St. Petersburg is expected to open mid 2012! This brand new Four Seasons hotel is located within a 19th-century royal palace whose entry is guarded by 2 marble lions. This beautiful hotel is located just 2 blocks from the Hermitage Museum and near the Nevsky Prospekt. It features 177 luxurious guestrooms, including 26 suites, offering phenomenal views of Saint Isaac’s Cathedral, Alexandrovsky Garden, and the landmark Admiralty. The Four Seasons St. Petersburg also has 2 restaurants and a glass-topped spa, so you’ll have everything you need conveniently accessible. Can’t quite wait until opening day? Then be sure to check out the other luxury hotels in St. Petersburg!
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By: Oksana Balytsky
June 22, 2011
By: Mary Winston Nicklin
Starwood's cool brand of design-led W Hotels is taking the world by storm. The new W in London's Leicester Square has been a smashing success, and W St. Petersburg-- which debuted in April 2011-- is also drawing the cool crowd. Just a stone's throw from the city's major landmarks (like St. Isaac Cathedral and the Winter Palace), the 137-room hotel has a Bliss Spa, indoor swimming pool, SWEAT fitness center, and signature miX restaurant and rooftop lounge (by acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse). The W St. Petersburg was designed by the Milan-based Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel Partners; Departures Magazine notes that the team "took aesthetic cues from the city's architecture as well as the regal jewel tones of the Fabergé egg. Though Russian history plays a part in the look, the structure's limestone and marble façade and supersleek interior make it a refreshingly modern addition to the city's lineup of opulent hotels." Your wish is their command-- even booze cruises on the Neva River-- as the W St. Petersburg has imported the brand's signature Whatever/Whenever concierge service.