Grand Hotel Europe

A magnificent historical building that occupies the whole of Mikhailovskaya Street, which connects the Russian Museum and the Nevsky Prospect. The hotel has been in this spot for over 145 years, and the building was remodeled in the late 19th century under the oversight of architect Ludwig Fontana precisely for this purpose. Several other reconstructions followed, all of them with a view to the building’s primary function of welcoming guests.
And welcome it does. Despite the numerous ownership changes over the last century and a half and the fact that a lot of things happened in the world in general, the walls of the current Grand Hotel Europe, previously known as the European Hotel, have seen the receptions of great importance. The hotel hosted composer Petr Tchaikovsky and musician Elton John, ballet and movie stars, princesses and foreign government delegations.
Grand Hotel Europe has something for everyone: from a billiards room to a spa and a restaurant with outstanding breakfasts. There are also several floors of services that make sure that everything here runs perfectly.