A worthwhile visit to Eastern Europe could land you in any of 1,000 places offering luxury, history and sightseeing; if you’re undecided, maybe these overviews of two of the most beautiful sets of accommodations in Eastern Europe will sway you.
1. St. George Residence – Budapest, Hungary
Deep in history and boasting some of the most beautiful ancient architecture in Eastern Europe, the city of Budapest, Hungary has long been a big tourist destination. If your visit to Budapest includes a plan for luxurious accommodations, consider the St. George Residence, a beautiful hotel offering only 26 premium suites. Sitting in the heart of the city’s famous UNESCO World Heritage District, the medieval St. George Residence offers walking access to many alluring sites, all the while welcoming you back to its unique frescoed decor and well-kept grounds.
2. Grand Hotel Europe – St. Petersburg, Russia
Russia’s second most famous city, lying on Russia’s European rim and bordering the Baltic Sea, is St. Petersburg. Offerings an architectural and historical flair found nowhere else, St. Petersburg also plays host to the world-renowned Grand Europe Hotel, a five-star hotel that once played host to George Bernhard Shaw and Pyotr Tchaikovsky. An official Russian national landmark, there is no better place to stay when visiting beautiful St. Petersburg.