Eliseev Palace Hotel

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Once a banker’s lavish residence, St. Petersburg’s Eliseev Palace Hotel opened to guests in 2003. Now visitors to Russia can stay in a czarist-era palace without sacrificing twenty-first century amenities.

Painstakingly restored, the 29 guest rooms and suites evoke the eighteenth century with elaborately ornamented furnishings and gilded flourishes. Yet modern creature comforts, such as 24-hour butler service, jetted tubs, high-speed Internet access, and satellite TV, keep history in its place.

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