The Astoria is a delightful meeting of new and classic design. The clean understated lines of its interiors give way to the stately gildings on the domes of St Isaac's Cathedral.
Sister property to the five star Astoria, the Angleterre Hotel has one of the best postcodes in St Petersburg. The hotel has been renovated, so perhaps lacks some of the original features found in the Astoria, but it makes up for this in value and views, sharing many communal facilities with its sister hotel. Many of its rooms have views of St Isaac's Cathedral, so you can admire the bronze dome of this architectural masterpiece over your morning coffee, while theatre enthusiasts can take advantage of the property's close proximity to the iconic Marinsky Theatre.
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The hotel has seven room and suite categories. One of the most important differences between the rooms is the views, with Classic and Executive rooms looking out onto the inner courtyard and garden, Deluxe and Superior rooms and Junior and Deluxe Suites enjoying views of St Isaac's Square and Cathedral, and Studio rooms overlooking Malaya Morskaya Street. Junior and Deluxe Suites are also more spacious than the rooms categories, featuring a cosy lounge area. All rooms and suites are equipped with modern amenities including complimentary Wi-Fi, air conditioning, a TV, safe, mini bar and marble en suite bathroom. Classic and Executive rooms come with a queen size bed or twin beds, while the rest of the rooms and suites have king size beds.
The Angleterre Hotel is about a ten minute walk from Nevsky Prospect, so a wonderful base from which to explore the delights of St Petersburg. There are some lovely restaurants just off St Isaac’s Square, which means that after a day of sightseeing you don’t have to venture far to enjoy a decent meal and reflect on your experiences. The Marinsky Theatre is also within walking distance of the hotel, where guests can enjoy the most renowned ballet and opera productions in the city.
Food and drink
Guests of the Angleterre Hotel can eat at Astoria Hotel's restaurants should they wish, although it does have its own Italian restaurant called the BoRsalino, if guests want a change from Russian cuisine. A buffet breakfast is served daily between 7am – 10.30am.
Facilities and activities
The hotel offers a laundry and dry cleaning service, an on site doctor, transfers and a concierge service. There's also a gift shop, lobby lounge and meeting facilities on site.
Well located and offering good value for money, the Hotel Angleterre is one of the classic institutions in the city. Be sure to try their wonderful hot chocolate in the lobby lounge after a hard day's sightseeing!
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Russia's oldest hotel, the Belmond Grand Hotel Europe is something of a legend and its level of excellence has made it one of the 'Leading Hotels of the World'.
The Dostoevsky is a simple and clean hotel within easy reach of the centre of St Petersburg.
A small, intimate hotel, the Helvetia Mini is arranged around a pleasant courtyard that provides a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The Rossi is a classic boutique hotel with beautifully decorated rooms that are situated off winding corridors with wooden beams and brick walls, which add to its unique and characterful feel.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
The Museum of Political History is housed in the mansion of Kshesinskaya, who was a famous ballet dancer and Tsar Nicholas II's lover.
Visit the sumptuous Tsars' Village, which was the summer residence of the Russian Emperors. Tsars' Village is a unique ensemble, comprising a number of palaces, pavilions, and the dwellings of lesser nobles and servants, in harmony with lakes and landscaped gardens.
The city tour takes you to the main streets and squares of the city - names that stir the Russian heart - Nevsky Prospect, Palace Square, the Bronze Horseman, the Fontanka Embankment, the Neva River, and Vassilevsky Island.
St Petersburg is the home of ballet - the dance was first developed here from the 18th century onwards, with all of the most famous ballets being premiered here. As well as ballet, the city has a thriving musical scene, with many fine orchestras and performers.