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Lotte Hotel St. Petersburg

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Place overview

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Lotte Hotel is the first Lotte hotel that is housed in a historical building that used to be a mansion built in 1851, located on St Isaac's Square. The Moyka River flows right in front of the hotel and the Mariinsky theatre is right next to it, which creates romantic surroundings and a great position of Lotte Hotel.


History

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The Lotte Hotel was the home of the first ambassador of the Russian Empire and the famous Russian writer Nikolay Gogol. Alexandar Pushkin, a well-known world writer, also has a close connection to this hotel. There are annual Pushkin Readings events in the hotel and is even a hall named in the writer's honor.


In 2017, Lotte Hotel was named as Europe's Leading New Hotel by the World Travel Awards.

Site features

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There is a dining restaurant with an incredible interior and a magnificent glass dome above. Also, you can find a Japanese restaurant here in case you like oriental food.

The high-level Balinese Mandara Spa is also available for guests to enjoy in the spa experience.

Visiting information and tips

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Rate per night: from 204 Euro

There is parking available for hotel guests.

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Lotte Hotel St. Petersburg Reviews

The Lotte Hotel St. Petersburg has a standard rating score of 7 .


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