Nearest metro station: Mayakovskaya, Vladimirskaya
The Helvetia Hotel opened in 2003, housed in a mansion, wich was built in the XVIII century and reconstructed in the middle of the XIX century by the famous architect Augusto Lange. The name "Helvetia" comes from Switzeland proceeding from an ancient tribe known as the Helvetians. After the completion of the restoration and reconstruction of the architectural complex in 1999-2003, it became "a little Switzeland", while still maintaining noble signs of Petersburg style. As you enter through splendid forged gates, you find yourself in a restful and comfortable Petersburg courtyard, which can justifiably be called the heart of the hotel. Hotel interiors are well balanced with the unique, Elizabethan-baroque type facade.
The Helvetia Hotel is located right in the center of Saint-Petersburg, just off the main street Nevsky Prospect. The unique combination of luxuriance, comfort, elegance and the special spirit of an old mansion will make your stay in Helvetia hotel a truly unforgettable experience.