New Four Seasons St. Petersburg Fit for a Russian Princess

New Four Seasons St. Petersburg Fit for a Russian Princess

It took ten years to restore this former palace, the luxury brand's first property in Russia

 

After an almost decade-long restoration project, an 1820 Russian palace will reopen in May as a Four Seasons property in the heart of St. Petersburg. The stately, columned building—originally built for Princess Lobanova-Rostovskaya—will offer groups 151 guest rooms, 26 suites, a 8,450-square-foot ballroom, and an ideal location for sightseeing, just two blocks from the Winter Palace and Hermitage Museum. Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg is the lux

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