W St. Petersburg

4.3 (24 reviews)

6 Voznesensky Prospect, St. Petersburg, 190000, Russian Federation   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: +7 812 610 6161  

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Extreme WOW Suite at W St Petersburg

DISCOVER THE CITY

MAKE A TRULLY W ESCAPE, MAKE IT HAPPEN

Welcome to the vibrant “Venice of the North,” where layers of history fuse with modern energy — no more so than during the city’s famed annual White Nights Festival, when all-night celebrations and events celebrating summer’s never-ending twilight electrify the city.

Year round, St. Petersburg, formerly Petrograd and Leningrad, also informally known as Piter — is the gathering place of in-the-know Russians and international jetsetters, and in the past served as the choice destination of the country's aristocrats and tsars.

Located deep in the heart of Saint Petersburg where the city's influences - history, art, and business - connect, W St. Petersburg invites its guests to escape from the ordinary.

Anytime you need - T.: 007 812 610 61 61 Email: wstpetersburg.concierge@whotels.com

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Summer Activities

Sail Away

Explore our celebrated city from another point of view and explore other point of view and get carried away with the waves of our celebrated rivers and canals. Perfect for a romantic getaway or a party night out!

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The Hermitage

Art Wonder

The Hermitage Museum ranks among the most famous museums in the world. The whole complex of Winter Palace, Small Hermitage, Old Hermitage, New Hermitage and the Hermitage Theatre is known as the "The State Hermitage." The very atmosphere is solemn and luxurious, which enhances the beauty of its unique exhibitions. The recently built Hall of Contemporary Art made the Hermitage the biggest museum in the world, leaving behind Louvre in Paris. The Hermitage collection shows the development of art and material culture in the West and the East from prehistoric times to the present day. You will be enchanted remarkable collections of paintings, prints, sculptures as well as tapestries, carpets, objects d`art, archeological finds, furniture, royal apartments, the throne hall and unique articles of jewellery.

WHERE IT ALL BEGAN

Peter and Paul Fortress

This is the historical place where the city started to growth. Peter and Paul Fortress was founded by Peter the Great in 1703, it was once a prison and the last refuge for Russian imperial family. In addition to the old fortifications, one of the main attractions is the Peter and Paul Cathedral, built by architect Trezzini in 1733. There is also the burial place of Peter the Great and other Russian emperors. Soon after its foundation, the fortress became the first political prison in Russia, reserved for the most important state prisoners.


Tsarskoye Selo

ARISTOCRATIC AGE

When in Russia why not to see the gilded luxuries of Russian Tsars summer residences and feel the royal air. Youwill see the Golden Enfilade of the charming baroque Catherine’s palace and restored Amber Room. Tsarskoye Selo was the home of the Imperial family from the days of Peter the Great until the time of the last tsar, Nicolas II. It is a fascinating monument of world architectural and gardening art of the 18th and 19th centuries with a beautiful English-style park. The center of the ensemble is the Catherine’s Palace, presenting exquisite objects d`art, furniture, paintings and unique collections of porcelain, amber and bronze. The Tsarskoselsky Lyceum, an elite school established in Russia in the early 19th century is next to the palace. The greatest Russian poet Alexander Pushkin wrote his first masterpieces within the walls of the Lyceum.

The Yusupov Palace

UNVEIL ITS MYSTERY

The Yusupov Palace is a unique architectural ensemble of XIII-XX centuries, significant historic and cultural monument known as the encyclopedia of St. Petersburg aristocratic life. Visitors are immersed in the cozy and homelike atmosphere of the palace are enchanted by the perfect harmony of its interiors and a breathtaking collection of objects d`art. Apart from the architectural beauties, the palace is notoriously famous for being the place, where Prince Yusupov murdered the "shadow of tsar’s family", Grigory Rasputin, in 1916.


ATTRACTIONS

STROLL AROUND

WORTH SEEING

  • St. Isaac's Cathedral - 0.2 km 0.1 miles
  • Cathedral of Our Lady Kazan - 1.1 km 0.7 miles
  • The Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood - 1.5 km 1 miles
  • Petrovsky Stadium - 6.2 km 3.8 miles
  • Mariinsky Theatre - 1.2 km 0.8 miles
  • State Russian Museum - 1.7 km 1.1 miles
  • Summer Palace of Peter the Great - 1.8 km 1.1. miles
  • The Alexander Nevsky Lavra - 4.8 km 3 miles
  • Cruiser Aurora - 3.8 km 2.3 miles
  • Alexandrinsky Theatre - 2 km 1.3 miles
  • The Peter and Paul Fortress - 2 km 1.3 miles

ARTS & CULTURE

  • Admiralty - 0.2 km 0.1 miles
  • Manege Central Exhibition Hall - 0.4 km 0.3 miles
  • Winter Palace - 0.6 km 0.4 miles
  • State Hermitage Museum - 0.6 km 0.4 miles
  • The Russian Museum - 1 km 0.6 miles
  • Yusupov Palace - 1 km 0.6 miles
  • Peterhof - 35 km 21.7 miles

NEARBY

  • Alexander Garden - 0.1 km 0.1 miles
  • Neva River - 0.6 km 0.4 miles
  • Summer Garden - 1.7 km 1.1 miles

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What's Nearby

  1. Pulkovo International Airport
  2. Mariinsky Theatre
  3. Mikhaylovsky Theatre
  4. Alexander Nevsky Bridge
  5. Alexander Nevsky Lavra
  6. Anichkov Bridge
  7. Bank Bridge
  8. Blagoveshchensky Bridge
  9. Blue Bridge
  10. Bol'sheokhtinskiy Bridge
  11. Egyptian Bridge
  12. Exchange Bridge
  13. First Engineer Bridge
  14. Gatchina Palace and Park
  15. Italian Bridge
  16. Kamenny Island
  17. Lions Bridge
  18. Liteyny Bridge
  19. Lomonosov Bridge
  20. Palace Bridge
  21. Park Ekateringof
  22. Petrovskiy Stadium
  23. Pushkin
  24. Red Bridge
  25. Sobor Petra i Pavla
  26. Summer Garden
  27. Trinity Bridge
  28. Tuchkov Bridge
  29. Volodarsky Bridge
  30. Yelagin Island
  31. Yubileyny Sports Palace
  32. Military Historical Museum of Artiller
  33. Academy of Fine Arts museum
  34. Admiralty
  35. Aurora Cruiser
  36. Beloselsky Belozersky Palace
  37. Church of Sts Simeon and Anna
  38. Church of the Savior on Spilt Blood
  39. Fyodor's Cathedral (Fedorovsky Sobor)
  40. Grand Choral Synagogue
  41. Hermitage Museum
  42. Kazan Cathedral
  43. Kunstkamera
  44. Marble Palace
  45. Mariinsky Palace
  46. Menshikov Palace
  47. Nicolaevsky Palace
  48. Peter and Paul Fortress
  49. Pushkin House
  50. Russian Museum
  51. Smolny Cathedral
  52. St. Isaac's Cathedral
  53. State Museum of Political History of Russia
  54. Transfiguration Cathedral
  55. Trinity Cathedral
  56. Yusupov Palace
  57. Zoological Museum
  58. Admiralteyskaya Metro Station
  59. Finland Railway Station
  60. Gostiny Dvor metro station
  61. Moskovsky Train Station
  62. Nevsky Prospekt
  63. Sportivnaya Metro Station
  64. Sennaya Ploshchad
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JT1143

I am an American currently living in Russia and this was by far the best hotel experience I have had here yet. From the moment we arrived the staff was so overly friendly and helpful. The hotel is beautiful I will say the online photos do not do it justice. The food and drinks where great and affordable. I love all of the easy and free grab snacks in the lobby, when its just me I don't always want to sit down for a bite. The spa was nice as well but the massage was the best massage I have ever had in my entire life, no joke. I wish I could remember the name of the women but regardless amazing! Truly a must stay in St. Petersburg

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