There are 5 meetings rooms equipped with all the modern facilities are perfect place to celebrate an important event, wedding or festivity.
Situated on the ground floor of the hotel, the Conference Hall is capable of accommodating up to 205 people theatre style for presentations, conferences and meetings. The hall provides an integrated screen, slide and overhead projectors, microphones and loudspeakers and has the additional facility for simultaneous four-language translation.
This spacious meeting room, named after the famous Russian dancer Anna Pavlova, is on the ground floor of the hotel, offers bright, natural daylight, two retracting screens, electronic blackout blinds on the skylights and is fully soundproofed. At a generous 118 square metres, it can hold up to 100 people for a meeting or 70 for a reception and can be divided into two smaller units by a large, purpose-built wooden divider.
Named after the St Petersburg writer, the Nabokov Room on the ground floor of the hotel is decorated in dark water-oak with mirrors, making it a light, spacious environment in which to work. At 52 square metres, it can comfortably accommodate up to 25 people theatre style and 20 for banquets and formal dinners. For smaller meetings, and to give more flexibility to your meeting, the room can be divided by a large, wooden divider into two smaller rooms, each accommodating 10 people.
Situated on the 3rd floor, this peaceful room overlooking the open courtyard is named after the poet Sergey Esenin. With an area of 60 square metres and plenty of natural light, it can accommodate 20 to 25 people theatre style, 18 in a U-shape and 22 for a board meeting.
The name of satirical writer Mihail Bulgakov has been given to this light, spacious, 4th-floor meeting room, which, at 60 square metres, can accommodate 20 to 25 people theatre style, 18 in a U-shape and 22 for a board meeting.