Corinthia St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg’s centrally located beacon of luxury

Corinthia St. Petersburg brings a sumptuous blend of contemporary luxury and Old World opulence to one of the city’s most vibrant corridors.

Located near Moskovskiy train station (the high-speed link between Moscow and St. Petersburg), the hotel is convenient for those who are eager to explore Russia’s cultural capital. The property stands on Nevsky Prospect (St. Petersburg’s main thoroughfare), a lively area of the city with some of the best local restaurants and bars.

While the venue is popular for conferences, thanks to its 17 meeting rooms and halls, it maintains a balance between business efficiency and the level of service expected of a grand hotel. As soon as you enter the lobby — modeled on the same light-filled, airy concept as Corinthia London’s Crystal Moon Lounge — you can expect to be met with a smile.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Spend at least one evening in Corinthia St. Petersburg’s splendid Lobby Bar. High ceilings, white columns, stylish furniture and exquisite chandeliers create a festive atmosphere in which to sip champagne and listen to live music performed Tuesday to Saturday after 7 p.m.
  • Ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the hotel underwent a two-year renovation of its rooms and suites. The recently refreshed accommodations are stylishly decorated in blue, gray, cobalt, beige and silver tones, punctuated by modern paintings and photographs.
  • Be sure to book an Executive Room or higher to enjoy access to the fourth-floor Executive Club Lounge. Hole up in this exclusive space to get some work done or just to nosh on a buffet breakfast or complimentary treats served throughout the day.
  • Don’t miss an elegant evening of elevated Russian fare at Imperial Restaurant, the luxury hotel’s signature fine-dining venue. Book a table by the window to enjoy the view of bustling Nevsky Prospect.
  • Warm up after a day exploring St. Petersburg with coffee and viennoiserie pastries at Café Vienna. Sweets are certainly a highlight, but more substantial fare like kamchatka crab salad, pumpkin soup and beef stroganoff also grace the all-day dining menu.

Things to Know

  • The grand main entrance is off Nevsky Prospect, though a quieter private entry can be found on Stremyannaya street. The St. Petersburg hotel also has underground parking for extra privacy.
  • The recently renovated gym is small, but adequate for squeezing in a workout. The 24-hour fitness center also offers access to a terrace, where you can soak up some sun and see the city from a new angle.
  • The onsite Samoilov Family Museum is dedicated to Russian theater and performing arts. It’s a must-visit for culture vultures looking to explore the city’s hidden gems.
  • The 17 convertible event spaces have a total capacity of up to 1,000 people. International conferences, elaborate banquets and weddings can be held here — Corinthia St. Petersburg also houses the biggest ballroom in the historic center.

The Rooms

  • There are 388 rooms and suites in the hotel, which makes Corinthia the biggest luxury property in St. Petersburg’s city center.
  • The contemporary accommodations are done up in soothing neutral tones complemented my soft, muted lighting. A pillow menu ensures you get a restful night's sleep.
  • Overlooking its namesake boulevard, the Nevsky Suite provides extra-luxe touches in addition to its signature views, like a leather headboard, a wood-paneled living room with a built-in LED TV and a deep-soaking tub.
  • The 2,906-square-foot Royal Suite wows with three lavish bedrooms, a black marble fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen, handsome fixtures and a private entrance.

Nearby Attractions

  • St. Petersburg’s top attractions, like Palace Square and the State Hermitage Museum, are less than a 10-minute drive from the hotel. Though if you prefer the brisk 30-minute walk, simply follow Nevsky Prospect down to Neva River and take in the other sights along the way.
  • If you follow Nevsky Prospect in the opposite direction, you’ll get to the city’s fashion district. Don’t miss Babochka Gallery and its concept store Nevsky 152, where you will find outposts from Valentino, Chanel and other top international brands.
  • Corinthia St. Petersburg is a convenient choice for those arriving from Moscow by train, as Moskovskiy railway station is roughly a 5-minute walk from the posh property.
  • Contemporary delights can be found within a short stroll from the hotel, including two shopping malls and Rubinstein Street, where you’ll find some of the city’s trendiest bars and restaurants.

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Getting There
57 Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg, Russia
LED (22-45 min)  
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