Superior room varies in size from 22 to 27 square meters and faces the inner courtyard. This room is a classic feature of our hotel with an elegant décor designed to suit each and every guest. Spacious, with a king size bed and full amenities make this room the height of modest luxury. Room is equipped by central air-conditioning or heating, working desk, Wi-Fi and cabled Internet, safe deposit box, hairdryer, direct-dial phone with voice-mail, TV - 23 international and 9 local channels, minibar at a charge, bathroom with bidet.
DELUXE - ROOM
Business Deluxe City view varies in size from 31 to 35 square meters modern and spacious with a view to central prospect or back street with Vladimirskaya Church. Guests of the Deluxe Business Rooms will receive Business Club benefits such as all day refreshments in Business Lounge, Buffet Breakfast in Imperial restaurant, free WiFi or cabled Internet connection in the room or at the Lounge, free national and international newspapers, free use of PCs in the Lounge. Room is equipped by safe deposit box, direct-dial phone with voice-mail, TV - 23 international and 9 local channels, minibar at a charge, bathroom with bidet.
EXECUTIVE - ROOM
Executive Room King Bed - size varies from 27 to 36 square meters. This room has been laborously designed to accommodate today's business travellers. This spacious and comfortable room is also complimented with a large luxuriously finished bathroom. Guests accommodated in the Executive Rooms will receive "Executive Club" benefits, such as separate check in/out, free snacks during the day in the Executive Club Lounge, complimentary Buffet Breakfast, Happy Hour in the Lounge, national/international newspapers, free WiFi and or cabled Internet connection in the room and in Lounge, free use of PCs in the Lounge, free ironing (2 items per stay), evening turn down service and free use of Communication Room. Facilities include: air-conditioning/heating (centrally controlled), safety deposit box, hairdryer, direct-dial phone with voice-mail, minibar and LCD TV with 23 international channels and 9 local channels.
Free internet in room
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Fitness center or spa
Free internet in room
Nearby points of interest
Hermitage Museum: 1.4 mi
Daily Sumptuous Buffet Breakfast, Dinner and Sunday Diamond Brunch ( 12:30 - 16:00). The most prestigious restaurant of the hotel reflects the general philosophy of high-class service and elegant style, descriptive of the hotel as a whole. Fine dishes of Mediterranean cuisine presented by Imperial are complemented with no less exquisite wines from France, Italy and Spain..
Nevskij Bar & Lounge
Our Nevskij Bar and Lounge offers an opportunity to relax and enjoy your favourite beverage.
Cafe Vienna on the lobby level of the hotel is one of the most celebrated coffee and teahouses in St. Petersburg and offers a wide selection of blends and varieties for you to choose from. Add the creations of our Pastry Chef and be tempted to sample the sensational cakes end desserts. For those preferring savoury snacks we have got an extensive menu to every taste. The adjacent Lobby Bar is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a drink after your day of business and pleasure.
The Corinthia St Petersburg Hotel has an extensive range of conference and banqueting facilities that can accommodate a wide range of events. Corinthia catering services can arrange events in magnificent venues such as imperial places. Facilities offer the intriguing possibility of combining up-to-dat technology with traditional Russian hospitality, served by experienced and friendly staff. We deliver our promise with minimum fuss, leaving you free to concentrate on a successful event under the events@corinthia concept
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
I'm an American working in Moscow and needed a hotel for a visit to St. Pete with a friend who was visiting from the U.S. I picked the Corinthia because of its proximity to good restaurants and businesses. It's a short gypsy cab ride or metro
ride to all of the top tourist spots and with a Nevsky address, you're guaranteed that your taxi driver will know where you need to go even if you don't speak Russian. The restaurants at the hotel are expensive and the food is average. Unless your room rate includes breakfast, skip it because it's 1400 rubles (about $46 USD) there are Russian coffee shops on the same block or a McDonald's two blocks away and you can order a large cappuccino for 66 rubles (a little more than $2). My [...] rate was for a "superior room" but they did not have any superior twin rooms when we checked in. They "upgraded" us to a deluxe twin that was larger, but the furniture and furnishings seemed a bit dated and was likely not one of the rooms updated in their recent renovation. We were glad to have the two beds and didn't mind the older style room. We were disappointed that there was no tea kettle or coffee maker in the room. Almost all business hotels have these standard and it seems odd that they don't. Seems like they are trying to force you to have their pricey breakfast because even on the room service menu you cannot just order a pot of coffee without breakfast! The lobby is beautifully decorated and trendy. I attended a conference at the Corinthia in April and all of the conference equipment and reception rooms were very modern and well appointed. The reception food was even good and the staff was professional!From Pulkovo airport you can hire a taxi for 700 rubles (go to the taxi desk rather than hiring the drivers who approach you when you enter the arrival hall. That way you're sure to get the official price. Our first day as tourists we hired a local guide for a city tour and trip to the Hermitage. The second day rained cats and dogs so we slept in and had a great lunch at a wine bar about a 5 min walk away from the hotel. After lunch we walked to Gorstiny Dvor and bought excursion tickets for the next day to take a bus ride with an English speaking guide to Peterhof, the summer residence of Peter the Great. A few blocks away we ducked into the Romanov Dynasty in Waxworks at the Stroganov Palace. It's a small exhibit, but once you've been immersed into the history of the Czars and Czarinas, it's a fun way to get a feel for what they looked like. Nicholas II was about half Peter's height! Ask for an English guide when you pay your 200 rubles entrance fee and they will give you a few laminated sheets of paper with a description of the exhibit and the high points about each Romanov's life story. It's not a long tour, but well worth the 200 RUB (about $6). The English Peterhof tour was interesting, but it felt rushed because traffic to the palace was awful on a holiday weekend.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
"Claret" was a lovely little wine bar near the Corinthia with helpful staff, and good menu, and great ambiance. Our other favorite restaurant walking distance from the hotel is "Sardina," a trendy Italian food with extensive menu options and a friendly rotund chef who made a few appearances in the dining room. Terrassa is a beautiful restaurant with an open kitchen, a diverse menu, and a hip ambiance. It's a short taxi ride away and, as the name suggests, it has a beautiful terrace. My favorite is Moskva on the Embankment near the ship "Aurora." It's a further taxi ride away, but it has a beautiful view of the Neva River and the city sparkling at night makes for a lovely view if you sit by the window. The night we were there there was a live jazz singer and guitarist. And lastly, try Tsar for Russian fine dining if you want to splurge on some black caviar.