Hilton debuts in St Petersburg

Hilton Saint Petersburg ExpoForum has opened in the northwest region of the Russian Federation as part of the ExpoForum Complex.

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Hilton Saint Petersburg ExpoForum houses eight multifunctional meeting rooms and one pillar-less ballroom capable of accommodating up to 550 guests. A large foyer is available for pre-function events.

The hotel offers 169 rooms, including 65 executive rooms and suites, which gives guests access to the executive lounge and a range of complimentary snacks and meals.

Hilton Saint Petersburg ExpoForum offers two restaurants which serve locally-sourced steaks, a selection of seafood, in addition to cocktails. An on-site spa includes over ten treatment rooms on the second level and a large indoor swimming pool on the lower level, as well as a massage room, saunas and Turkish bath. The fitness centre is available to guests’ 24-hours a day.

Guests can make use of the hotel’s complimentary shuttle service to explore local cultural and historical attractions, including the Hermitage, St. Isaacs Cathedral, Mariinsky Theatre and the serene Pavlosvk Park, which surrounds Pavlovsk Palace. The hotel also enjoys great transport links with Pulkovo International Airport just eight kilometres away.

 

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