Guest Rooms

Radisson Sonya Hotel

Although the Radisson Sonya Hotel is some distance from the areas of St. Petersburg traditionally associated with Fyodor Dostoevsky, the hotel's designers have littered the stylish contemporary interiors of the 173 rooms and suites with references to his classic novel Crime and Punishment. Artwork references the Sistine Madonna, the inspiration for Sonya Marmeladova, the beleagured heroine of the novel, and some work-desks are modeled on the desk that Dostoevsky himself used. Complimentary Wi-Fi and air-conditioning are standard in all rooms, and rooms are available with provisions and access for disabled guests.
Measuring between 16 and 23 meters, the Radisson Sonya Hotel's Standard Rooms are strikingly designed, with richly patterned fabrics, vibrant colours and a mixture of contemporary and period furnishings. Furniture includes twin beds, armchair, and writing desk with chair. An extra bed can be placed in Standard Rooms if required.  More details ›››
For guests who require more space and comfort, the Radisson Sonya's Business Class rooms measure from 23 to 41 square meters, and feature striking individual designs with richly patterned fabrics, deep colours, and a mix of modern and traditional furnishings. Furniture includes king-size bed, writing desk with chair, coffee table, couch and armchair. Business Class rooms can sleep up to four guests with the addition of an extra bed.  More details ›››
The two suites at the Radisson Sonya Hotel measure over 50 square meters, with separate sleeping, living, and working spaces. The individually designed interiors feature richly coloured fabrics with traditional patterns, contrasting with striking contemporary furniture and fittings. Furniture includes king-size bed, writing desk with chair, dining table for six, coffee table, couch and two armchairs. Suites can sleep a maximum of four guests with the addition of an extra bed if required.  More details ›››