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Our hotel provides a visa support service. Contact our Reservations department at firstname.lastname@example.org or +7 812 3359111. Visa support documents do not substitute for Russian visas. The visa should be obtained from the Russian Consulate. The visa support documents do not guarantee that an entry visa will be issued, as certain restrictions may apply.
What methods of transportation can I use to reach the hotel, and what are the directions? - We would be glad to provide you with a transfer service either from the railway station (Moskovsky Railway Station) or from the airport (Pulkovo). Also, our guests can use public metro service (Nevsky Prospect or Admiralteyskaya metro stations).
Transfer from/ to the airport starts from RUB 3,500 per car.
We have parking. It costs RUB 900 per day or RUB 150 per hour. To book a place, please contact our concierge at email@example.com or +7 812 3359120.
According to Russian law, all payments must be made in Russian roubles. The nearest exchange office is just around the corner (a two-min walk).
Monday–Friday 07:00–11:00, Saturday–Sunday 07:00–12:00 noon. Early-bird breakfast 04:30–07:00.
The grand opening of Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 was in February, 2006.
The hotel is in an aristocratic mansion, which was designed by Dutch engineer Basil von Witte and built in 1853.The building combines the whimsical features of art nouveau with the traditional austerity of the neoclassical style.
We have a Fitness Centre, which features an equipped fitness room (cardio) and a spa area. Here we offer various treatments and massages, ranging from traditional European massage to traditional Thai massage. There is a sauna, a Turkish steam bath and a whirlpool, making the centre an ideal place both for relaxing and for restoring energy levels. Opening hours: 07:30–23:00.
200 rooms and suites.
Our guests can spend time in Von Witte bar, which is situated in one of the mansion rooms; there is an open log-fireplace, leather armchairs, a library and a first-class view of the Moika River. Also, guests may enjoy the Tea Ceremony in the Tea Room, with an open log-fireplace, an amazing view over Palace Square and the Hermitage, the finest imperial Russian porcelain and a silver samovar. The unique location of the panoramic Bellevue Brasserie on Floor 9 of the hotel makes it one of the most awe-inspiring places in the whole of St Petersburg. With its 360-degree view of the city, this trendy restaurant really is the place to see and be seen. Bellevue Brasserie offers European cuisine with Russian accents.