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Grand Hotel Europe

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Belmond Grand Hotel Europe
Belmond Grand Hotel Europe
The hotel is situated at the intersection of Nevsky Prospekt and Mikhailovskaya Street.
The hotel is situated at the intersection of Nevsky Prospekt and Mikhailovskaya Street.
Share of the St. Petersburg company "Hotel Europe", issued 1873
Share of the St. Petersburg company "Hotel Europe", issued 1873

The Belmond Grand Hotel Europe (Russian: Гранд Отель Европа; known as Hotel Evropeiskaya during the Soviet period), is a five-star hotel on Arts Square in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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History

One of great hotels of the 19th-century Europe, the Grand Hotel Europe opened its doors to the public on 28 January 1875, replacing an earlier inn situated on the same site.

In the 1910s, the hotel was remodelled in the Art Nouveau style to designs by Fyodor Lidval and Leon Benois. The latest major renovation was carried out between 1989 and 1991.[citation needed]

The hotel was featured in the 1995 James Bond movie GoldenEye. However, none of the movie was shot at the hotel, the exterior used was actually the Langham Hotel, London, while the interiors were sets.[citation needed]

Its marble-and-gilt interiors, sweeping staircases and elegant furniture have attracted crowds of well-to-do visitors, including Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Elton John, Bill Clinton,[1] Ivan Turgenev, Claude Debussy, H. G. Wells, Igor Stravinsky, Gustav V of Sweden and Jacques Chirac to name only a few notables who lodged there.

The hotel was renamed the 'Belmond Grand Hotel Europe' in 2014 when its parent company, Orient-Express Hotels, was renamed Belmond Ltd.

References

  1. ^ "Belmond Grand Hotel Europe". www.inyourpocket.com. UAB In Your Pocket. Archived from the original on 6 February 2019. Retrieved 6 February 2019.
  • Bogdanov, I. A. (1999). Гранд-отель Европа в Санкт-Петербурге [Grand Hotel Europe in Saint Petersburg] (in Russian). Saint Petersburg.

External links

Media related to Grand Hotel Europe at Wikimedia Commons

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