Moika River Embankment 22,
St. Petersburg,
191186 Russia

Neighbourhood: Tsentralny District

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Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 is located in a charming and historical area, in the very heart of St Petersburg, on the Moika River, across from the renowned Hermitage Museum and Palace Square. The hotel is housed in a Petersburg mansion, designed by Basil von Witte in 1853, during the reign of Tsar Nicholas I. The classical facade of the building has been faithfully retained, while the interior has been entirely reconstructed, and decorated with antiques of the period, to provide the ultimate in hotel accommodation.

The Hotel is just two minutes' walk from the Nevsky Prospect and close to all major sights and shopping. The unique location of the panoramic Bellevue Brasserie restaurant on the ninth floor of the hotel makes it one of the most awe-inspiring places in the whole old St Petersburg. 

Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 offers 200 rooms and suites and features the Beau Rivage breakfast hall; Wine Cellar 1853; Tea Room and the Von Witter bar with an open log fireplace.  

  • Accessible
  • Business Centre
  • Dining
  • Fitness Centre
  • Kid-Friendly
  • Spa
  • Wifi


St Petersburg is one of the world’s most beautiful cities and a world-class destination that can offer you a unique travel experience. Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 is located in the historical heart of the city opposite the world-famous Hermitage Museum and Palace Square and just two minutes’ walk from Nevsky Prospect, the main street of the city and one of the best known streets in Russia. St Petersburg is known as an open-air museum and its historic centre and related groups of monuments are included on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

Originally planned as the “Window to the West”, our city has become a melting pot of authentic Russian heritage, extraordinary history, rich cultural traditions and unique tourism and business opportunities. Whilst in St Petersburg, do not miss the opportunity to visit The State Hermitage Museum (Winter Palace) – the former residence of Russian monarchs and one of the greatest museums nowadays. During the mysterious White Nights period, no trip to Northern Venice would be complete without a boat tour on its rivers and canals or seeing the bridges over the Neva. The world-famous Mariinsky and Mikhailovsky theatres attract a lot of admirers of theatre arts during theatre season when every opera or ballet performance is not to be missed. Another must-see is the Peter and Paul Fortress in the very heart of St Petersburg where the history of the city began in 1703.