Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg
Four Seasons invites guests to live within a magnificent 19th-century royal palace. Completed in 1820 as a residence for Princess Lobanova-Rostovskaya, the palace is the work of architect Auguste de Montferrand (who also designed the neighbouring St. Isaac’s Cathedral), assisted by Italian sculptor Paolo Triscorni. With classical white columns against Imperial-yellow walls, this stately building has been popularly known as the “House with the Lions”, in honour of the two white-marble lions guarding its main entrance. This St. Petersburg landmark is depicted in period paintings and works of literature, including Alexander Pushkin’s famous 1833 poem, “The Bronze Horseman.”Immediately positioned among Russia’s finest hotels, Four Seasons provides the dream St. Petersburg luxury accommodation experience: living like Russian royalty in an authentic 19th-century palace. Heritage hotel interiors, including the main stairway, vestibule and entry hall, have all been painstakingly restored to their original 1820 beauty. Newly appointed luxury hotel areas reflect Imperial Russian style, while feeling fresh, light and contemporary.With St. Petersburg’s most spacious five-star accommodations, Four Seasons offers 177 luxury hotel guest rooms, including 26 suites. Views to the north showcase Alexandrovksy Garden and the Admiralty building, and to the south, highlight St. Isaac’s Cathedral, St. Isaac’s Square and the statue of Czar Nicholas I. Accommodations on the newly added fifth floor open to rooftop terraces – many with priceless cathedral views. Ensuring all guests feel as pampered as royalty, Four Seasons provides state-of-the-art comfort and attentive, intuitive care – whether you are visiting St. Petersburg for leisure or business.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg
- 1 Voznesensky Prospekt
- St. Petersburg, 190000
Majestic and magical, St. Petersburg is Russia’s cultural capital – a beautifully preserved Imperial city built in the 18th and 19th centuries, and celebrated for ornate architecture in brilliant hues of yellow, blue and green. With formal grandeur in its layout of buildings and parks, the city is woven with a network of canals, earning it frequent comparisons to Venice.
Fine Dining on Site
With three St. Petersburg fine dining venues, Four Seasons promises the city’s most fashionable restaurant destinations for drinks and exquisite dining in style – inviting international travellers to mingle with the local Russian elite.
The 24-hour hotel fitness centre provides cutting-edge equipment for cardio- and weight-training. On the spa’s top level, a relaxation pool is bathed in sunlight from the glass roof – providing a warm sanctuary for lounging on chilly winter days.
Constructed within a triangular courtyard of the original palace, this four-level luxury spa treatment facility is dedicated to relaxation and rejuvenation. Serenely elegant in design, the six spa treatment rooms – including a deluxe couple’s suite with private lounge – offer superlative skincare and massage. Expert manicures and pedicures are also available.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Spa Facility
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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