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W St. Petersburg

W Hotel St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg

At a Glance


  • superb location
  • nice pool and spa
  • beautiful rooftop terrace and other exciting public spaces


  • Some rooms are small and not all have views
  • standards aren't as high as at some other W hotels
  • a bit sceney for those looking for a quiet retreat

W St. Petersburg Review

The hip international chain has treated the historic city center to some modern indulgence, along with spectacular views from many of the stylish rooms that take in nearby sights: St. Isaac's Cathedral, the Hermitage, and other landmarks. The lively bar, rooftop terrace, and Alain Ducasse restaurant are the places to be seen these days, and guests enjoy a luxurious spa, a fitness center, indoor pool, and many other amenities.

2011 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Winner

Chic White Nights
The W St Petersbug introduced its signature tech-savvy hotel chic to the imperial Russian city's hotel scene last spring and quickly became the go-to spot for the hobnobbing jetset. Whereas its rivals complement the city's renowned architectural gems with somber, ornate interiors, the W frames its close-ups of the Admiralty and St. Isaac's Cathedral with high-tech gadgetry and luminous contemporary installations by Jacopo Foggini and Bruno Rainaldi. The hotel is unabashedly young at heart, with 137 whimsical, Fabergé-egg-themed rooms; sophisticated, Italian-designed gym; and seemingly non-stop fashion events and parties that attract locals and visitors alike. These, combined with the vast Bliss spa, restaurant helmed by Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse, and trendy Terrace rooftop bar, make W the ultimate White Nights pied-a-terre.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 6 Voznesensky pr., Admiralteisky, St. Petersburg, 190000 | Map It
  • Phone: 812/610–6161
  • Website:
  • Metro: Admiralty.
  • Location: Admiralteisky

    Hotel Details

  • 127 rooms, 10 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.

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