The Four Seasons Lion Palace sits right behind St Isaac’s Square, with major landmarks such as the State Hermitage, Mariinsky Theatre, Kazan Cathedral and Mikhailovsky Castle right on the doorstep. Plentiful bars, shops, sights and cafés are all also within quick and easy walking distance.
he Breakfast at the Four Seasons Lion Palace is truly outstanding. Not only in terms of the variety (Caviar at the buffet, hello!), but also in terms of the excellent service and quality. The waiters are very attentive, while not being intrusive, and well-versed in English. Of course, it helps that it is all happening below this spectacular glass dome. Ages ago this must have been an open courtyard. The trees and high seats are providing that extra bit of intimacy.
Other than the breakfast room, there are two restaurants and a bar. All of them are really worth a visit. The Italian restaurant (called Precorso) will impress you with its spectacular chandeliers. The bar of the Four Seasons Lion Palace in St. Petersburg is quite the show as well. It really has the feeling of an old library transformed into a smoking room – straight out of an old English countryside palace. It was just sooo very coz
The Four Seasons Lion Palace really has a huge spa, seemingly built into another old courtyard. The pool offers you various underwater massage functions, while there is a sauna and various treatment rooms. After walking through the Hermitage the whole day this really helped a lot to soak away the various aches.
Address: Voznesensky Ave, 1, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia, 190000 , tel : +7 812 339-80-00