Art Nouveau Elegance for boardroom meetings
The former Eliseev Library is designed in Art Nouveau style, and is often used for private dining, boardroom meetings and important negotiations.
The Library is one of the best surviving examples of Art Nouveau in Russia. The decorative motifs of intertwining plants used in the ceiling ornamentation, fireplace carvings and in the details of the furniture were ordered by Stepan Eliseev, the owner of the Eliseev Palace before the 1917 Revolution.
The marvellously well-preserved furniture was made in 1903 by the famous workshop of Paul A. Dumas in Nancy, France.
Size: 60 m2 (646 sq ft)
Occupancy: up to 8 guests
View: Moika River Embankment
Options: adjoining Music Salon can be used to extend the function space