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Belmond Grand Hotel Europe

The list of previous guests says it all; Tchaikovsky and Turgenev stayed here in pre-revolutionary days, while in the modern era the hotel has hosted the likes of Bill Clinton and Sharon Stone. Deemed to be one of the most premiere and most expensive hotels of the city, the Belmond Grand Europe Hotel evokes awe with its time-honored facade and Art Nouveau interiors. The building itself dates back to 1873, but has gone through various stages of renovation since then, including a complete internal revamping in the last decade of the 20th Century. The soul of the hotel stays decidedly vintage, although contemporary luxury accouterments now dominate the hotel's features. Rooms are predictably luxurious and serviced with modern amenities. There are five restaurants and bars, a spa, a shopping destination, beauty, salon and fitness center, and unsurprisingly, a fleet of luxury limousines at your beck and call.

Angleterre Hotel

The Angleterre Hotel is a low red-brick building which stands adjacent to the famous Hotel Astoria. Both hotels benefit from an extremely central location overlooking Isaakievskii Sobor (St. Isaac's Cathedral). There is also a mutual agreement between the hotels meaning that guests at D'Angleterre can use the Astoria's facilities. This modern four-star hotel was renovated in 1986, and as a result, all of its rooms are fitted with the latest in modern conveniences and tastefully furnished in a contemporary style.

Hotel Oktyabrskaya

This is one of the city's oldest hotels. Its beginnings date back to the middle of the 19th century. During the Second World War it became a refuge for the city's siege-starved population. Situated just opposite Moscow Station, St. Petersburg's central rail terminal, and not far from Nevskii Prospekt, it is also an extremely convenient option. The most basic rooms don't have in-suite bathrooms, and suffer from a somewhat jaded, if not unpleasant decor.

Park Inn by Radisson Pribaltiyskaya St Petersburg  

This huge Swedish-built hotel is located on Vasilievskii Island in the Gulf of Finland. It sits in the middle of a vast concrete platform leading down to the water. There is a small beach directly behind the hotel, which provides an opportunity for sunbathing (although definitely not in the winter), and swimming if you're feeling brave. The rooms are supplemented by numerous bars, restaurants and modern business amenities. A shuttle bus connects the hotel with the city center and the Nevskii Prospekt Metro station.

Hotel Astoria

The Astoria competes with the Grand Hotel Europe for the title of the city's most exclusive hotel. It boasts a very refined, sublimely classical interior and possesses an interesting past. The building was erected in 1911, and once housed Russia's military command during the World War I. Front rooms have a stunning view out onto Isaakievskii Sobor (St. Isaac's Cathedral). Lunch and dinner are available at Davidov's, and drinks in the Lobby Lounge at the stunning bar.

Corinthia Nevsky Palace Hotel

As the most modern and recently built example of the city's upmarket accommodations, this hotel lacks both the historical and architectural interest of similarly priced establishments. However, service is highly professional and both the rooms and facilities are ultra-modern; for those who like modern aesthetics, this is an excellent choice. The Imperial Restaurant serves authentic Russian cuisine, the Beers Tube bar offers brews from around the world, and the Lobby Bar invites guests to enjoy a dignified cocktail.

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