A boutique hotel is all about exclusivity, comfort, knowledge of its guests and the special attention that is given to them.
This means our guests will live in something unique and original. Often such places are iconic for connoisseurs of art
and have an original design associated with history.
The Hotel Vera is located in an architectural monument built in 1903 in the Art Nouveau style. The hotel houses a rare collection
of 1906 stained glass windows that have been professionally restored and preserved by the hotel’s owners. You will also see old stucco
moldings and old cast-iron staircases. All this is combined with a modern interior and gives a rare feeling of comfort, taste and ... St. Petersburg.
Having visited the Hotel Vera, you will remember it and will not confuse it with any other. It has its own character, and, as noted by our guests,
the hotel is distinguished by an atmosphere of calmness and relaxation.
Of particular interest is the private collection of the 41 watercolors of the St. Petersburg theater artist of 1940-1970 Dmitry Popov,
which presents costumes and scenes from famous performances. The works can be viewed in the hotel lobby and in the Restaurant Stepnov
at Hotel Vera. In the guest rooms and in the halls, there are also paintings by contemporary St. Petersburg artists, as well as a collection
of lithographs by the artist Georgy Vereisky.