The Yusupov Palace on the Moika River embankment is one of the most beautiful monuments of classicism in St. Petersburg. Decorated with the six-column portico, the Palace fascinates by the harmony of proportions and exility of lines.
The Palace preserves the original interiors of 19 – early 20 centuries. The motives of various historical styles were used for the palace halls’ design: for example, the Home Theatre reveals the baroque spirit, the Turkish Room boasts oriental style, the Reception-rooms are decorated in Empire, part of the rooms of the ground floor got the decor of neoclassicism. The halls amaze with their magnificence: paintings, fretwork, marble, mirrors, glittering with gold chandeliers, expensive silk, refined furniture.
Events: gala dinner, cocktail.
The White-column Hall: seated dinner up to 150 persons.
The Mirror Hall: seated dinner up to 50 persons.
The Precioza Hall: seated dinner up to 80 persons.
The Theatre: seated dinner up to 180 persons.