Located next to St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Hotel Astoria offers inimitable views of St. Petersburg.
The famous gold-domed roof of St. Isaac’s Cathedral is visible throughout the city, but as its next door neighbor, the Hotel Astoria claims the best view of all. The Lidval-designed hotel is a monument to St. Petersburg’s great Art Nouveau movement at the start of the 20th-century, and became a byword for luxury when it opened in 1912. There is a sense of this today from the white-marble lobby, Olga Polizzi-designed suites and the dark-wood Lichfield Bar. The new restaurant Astoria Cafe serves contemporary Russian cuisine and also features caviar and specialty vodkas. The Rotonda Lounge offers a relaxing place, serving afternoon tea daily. The Hotel Astoria has a contemporary glamour in a perfect location.
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