Lotte Hotels & Resorts

2 Antonenko Lane

Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Dear Guests,
On behalf of the Concierge team I am pleased to welcome you to Lotte Hotel St. Petersburg. We will do everything possible to make sure you enjoy the Imperial Capital of Russia.
Vage Matevosyan, Chief Concierge

General Staff Building
After visiting The Hermitage take a minute to cross the Palace square and visit the General Staff Building. In the 19th century the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs occupied this part of the building, where now you can enjoy significant collection of Impressionism as well as temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. "Dance" and "Music" by Henri Matisse, "Lilac Bush" by Vincent van Gogh, "Smoker" by Paul Sezanne, "Poppy Field" by Claude Monet – these are just a small part of world-renowned collection of the Hermitage Museum displayed in the General Staff Building.

Faberge Museum
Carl Faberge was the supplier to the Imperial Court and one of the most famous jewelers in the Russian Empire and Europe of that time. Opened in 2013 in the Shuvalov Palace, the Faberge Museum became one of the most important and exclusive art galleries in St. Petersburg. There are more than 4000 exhibits on display including the most popular 9 Easter Eggs, ordered to Carl Faberge by the last two Russian Emperors – Alexander III and Nicholas II.

New Holland
The New Holland Island is one of the most significant places in the city for today. The island was founded in the beginning of the 18th century and for the long time was closed for visiting. The reconstruction of the island begun in 2010 and will be finished by 2025. Historical buildings Kuznya, The Bottle House and The Commandant's House are already opened for visitors. On the island there are kids' playground, shops, restaurant and cafes. The New Holland island is an amazing art object in the city center where you would like to return.

Mariinsky theatre
After enjoying the palaces and the cathedrals in the daytime, spend an evening in one of the symbols of our city – Mariinsky theatre. In September 2018 Mariinsky theatre opened its 236th season. Everyone will find ballet, opera or concert to his preferences. It does not matter, if it will be Mariinsky 1 with its historical interiors and decorations, or new Mariinsky 2 with its amazing stage and outstanding acoustics. The quality of the performance always will be in the highest level.

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A sightseeing tour will help you to discover the most famous places in the city. It is an attractive way to acquaint yourselves with Saint Petersburg. You will have an opportunity to learn the history of the city from the reign of the Romanovs and the first building of Peter and Paul Fortress to the present time. You will visit St. Isaac’s Cathedral, which is one of the most significant domed structures not only in Russia, but also in the world.

The State Hermitage Museum is the largest cultural and historical museum in Russia. The main expositions are located at the Eastern wing of the General Staff building and majestic Winter Palace. Сollection of the museum has nearly 3 million exhibits, including paintings of the old masters, which reflects the aesthetic tastes of Russian emperors (art works of Rubens, Rembrandt, van Dyck, Poussin, Titian, Veronese, Claude Lorrain and others).

General Staff Building is the Hermitage exposition complex, one of the brightest architectural works in Empire style. It was constructed by the famous architect Carlo Rossi in the beginning of the 19th century. Its exposition consists of the art works of world-famous impressionists and post-impressionists such as Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso and others.

Faberge Museum is the embodiment of elegance and luxury. Masterpieces of jewelry are mostly represented at the museum’s collection. The heart of the gallery is Faberge eggs created between 1885 and 1917. Carl Fabergé created 71 Easter egg, 52 of which belonged to the Imperial family. Nowadays, 11 of those eggs are exposed at the museum. Faberge eggs are stored in 4 museums in Russia, and collection of the Museum of Faberge is the most extensive.

Yusupov Palace is known as "encyclopedia of aristocratic interior". The halls are decorated in various styles – Russian Empire style, neoclassicism, neo-rococo. From 1830 to 1917 the owners of the mansion were five generations of noble family of Yusupov. In 1916 young duke Felix Yusupov conspired to murder the favorite of the Imperial family, Grigory Rasputin. The exhibition of the murder is represented in the hall of the Palace.

Russian Museum is the world’s largest collection of Russian art, housed in a unique architectural complex in St. Petersburg. The museum collection contains over 400 000 exhibits covering all periods in Russian art history, all types and genres, trends and schools of Russian art over more than a thousand years – from the 10th to the 21st century. This is not only paintings, graphics, sculptures, but also works of decorative and applied art.

Peterhof is an Imperial summer residence in the suburb of St. Petersburg, founded by Peter the Great in honor of Russian Empire victory in the Northern War. Palaces, pavilions and statues are full of grandeur and reminiscent of the bygone era. Even preserved oak trees, planted by the Emperor-founder have their own history. The construction of "Samson tearing the lion's mouth" fountain is the most impressive architectural ensemble of the Lower Park. Samson was created as the greatness of the Russian Empire and Lion as a symbol of defeated Sweden. In the planning structure of Peterhof ensemble regularity and symmetry of the overall composition is combined with skillful use of the natural terrain and variety of art-making certain areas.

Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin) is a former country Imperial residence, which was turned into the museum in 1918. It includes the Palace and Park ensemble of 18th-19th centuries. Each year thousands of tourists come to admire the museum-reserve. The Catherine’s Palace was founded by the decree of Catherine I in 1717. Amber room is one of the most popular exhibits of the Catherine Palace among tourists. This worldwide known masterpiece of jewelry since its inception has been surrounded by legends and myths.

Famous Palace and Park ensemble Pavlovsk is located in the suburban area of St. Petersburg. It was created on the basis of the estate Pavlovo, which was presented to Emperor Paul I by Catherine the Great. The heart of the State museum-park Pavlovsk is Pavlovsk Palace. It was built by the unique project of Charles Cameron in the 1780s–1790s years. Pavlovsk Park was created by Charles Cameron, Andrey Voronikhin and Vincenzo Brenna. It is located around the Palace. Around 47 300 art works are located at the Pavlovsk museum and reserve, including picturesque paintings and pieces of decorative art. Today 45 halls of the Pavlovsk Palace are open for visitors.

Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin) is a former country Imperial residence, which includes: Catherine Park, Alexander Park, Alexander Palace. Amber room is one of the most popular exhibits of the Catherine Palace among tourists. This worldwide known masterpiece of jewelry since its inception has been surrounded by legends and myths. Famous Palace and Park ensemble Pavlovsk is located in the suburban area of St. Petersburg. Around 47 300 art works are located at the Pavlovsk museum and reserve. It includes picturesque paintings and decorative art. Today 45 halls of the Pavlovsk Palace are open for visitors. Pavlovsk Palace is the heart of the entire ensemble and the main building of contemporary museum.

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The history of St. Petersburg ballet has more than 3 centuries. This is one of the phenomena of Russian culture – the French-Italian court invention not just caught on in Russia, but also reached a new level. St. Petersburg ballet dancers and choreographers surpasses their European teachers. Just a few people know that ballet masterpieces such as "The Nutcracker", "Sleeping Beauty", "La Bayadere", "Romeo and Juliet" were created in St. Petersburg; graduates of Petersbrurg ballet schools gained fame and recognition around the world. The essence of St. Petersburg ballet opens before the audience as soon as the curtain rises and the stage action begins, and it seems that it will be possible to comprehend the sence of what is happening, but as soon as the curtain falls, the audience will feel that the main thing eluded again. You can touch the secrets of St. Petersburg ballet in the leading Imperial theaters of our city – the Mariinsky and Mikhailovsky – throughout the theatrical season.

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