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The Prestige Hotel
St.Petersburg, 5, Gorokhovaya str., subway Admiralty
+7 (812) 312-04-05, 312-04-41
The Prestige Hotel is located in the very heart of St. Petersburg, in the area known as The Golden Triangle.
It takes about 5 minutes to walk to The Palace Square and The Hermitage Museum (also known as The Winter Palace) – one of the city main attractions and one of the largest art museums in Europe.
The Hermitage is truly one of the world's great museums, with an imposing setting displaying priceless works by Rembrandt, Da Vinci, Michealangelo, Reubens and more.
Location nearby The Hermitage
Also within 5 minutes walk distance from the hotel is St. Isaac's Cathedral. St. Isaacs was once the main church of St. Petersburg and the Russian Empire's largest church. It was built in 1818-58 by French-born architect Auguste Montferrand. One hundred and eighty years later the gilded dome of St. Isaac's still dominates the skyline of St. Petersburg. The facades are decorated with sculptures and massive granite columns (made of single pieces of red granite), while the interiors dazzle the eye with mosaic icons, paintings and columns made of malachite and lapis lazuli. A large stained glass of the resurrected Christ, located inside the main altar, is truly fascinating. The church, designed to accommodate 14,000 standing worshipers, was closed in the early 1930s and reopened as a museum. Nowadays, church services are held hero only on major occasionsJust one block away from the hotel is The Admiralty Building – one of the symbols of St. Petersburg, Russia. Just like the city of St. Petersburg itself, the original Admiralty was also created by Peter the Great. Situated directly across the Neva from the treasured Peter and Paul Fortress, SPb's oldest construction, the Admiralty began life as a fortified shipyard in 1704. Then it was surrounded by a moat and had four bastions at its corners. In 1711, a tower was added to the center of the front facade and then a spire was built atop of that. It takes 10 minutes to walk to one of the most magnificent monuments of St. Petersburg – the so-called Bronze Horseman. The Bronze Horseman, an impressive monument to the founder of St Petersburg, Peter the Great, stands on Senatskaia Ploschad' (Square), facing the Neva River and surrounded by the Admiralty, St Isaac's Cathedral and the buildings of the former Senate and Synod - the civil and religious governing bodies of pre-revolutionary Russia. The monument was built by order of the Empress Catherine the Great as a tribute to her famous predecessor on the Russian throne, Peter the Great. Being a German princess by birth, she was eager to establish a line of continuity with the earlier Russian monarchs. For that reason an inscription on the monument reads in Latin and Russian: Petro Primo Catarina Secunda – To Peter the First from Catherine the Second.
Whether You are traveling for business, pleasure or planning a meeting, the hotel staff Prestige Center will do everything to make Your trip as successful as possible.
In St. Petersburg all the major attractions and business centres are within easy reach from the hotel Prestige Centre: Nevsky prospect, Palace square (the Hermitage) just three minutes; the Palace bridge, the Arrow of Vasilevsky island, Rasterline columns - 10 minutes walk. Even closer to St. Isaac's square, the famous St. Isaac's Cathedral with a colonnade, the Mariinsky Palace.
The Palace bridge - 500 m
In addition to numerous business centers and offices close to the hotel in St. Petersburg also are the General Consulate of Romania, Lithuania, Ukraine, Japan, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands. The hotel is located in historic the building is in an area called the Golden triangle.