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Hotel Astoria

St. Petersburg

Built between 1911 and 1912, the Hotel Astoria was originally designed by renowned St. Petersburg architect Fyodor Lidval. A city landmark since 1912, Hotel Astoria has hosted many eminent guests, including dancer Isadora Duncan, writer Mikhail Bulgakov and poet Sergei Yesenin. More recently, it featured in the 1995 James Bond film, GoldenEye.

Hotel Astoria is situated in the heart of the Admiralteysky district, in an ideal location to explore many of St. Petersburg’s most famous sites and attractions. The hotel rests in the shadow of St. Isaac’s Cathedral, while Lion Bridge and Bronze Peter the Great statue are just a stone’s throw away. Immerse yourself in history at Palace Square, in culture and shopping at Nevsky Prospect, or in art at The Hermitage – all located within a short walk away.

Each of its 83 rooms in St. Petersburg complements the beauty and heritage of the city. Individually designed by Olga Polizzi. Its 86 large St. Petersburg Suites combine the old and new to create truly elegant surroundings, classic features with contemporary design.

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