Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg invites Omani travellers

The property in Russia will be launching an online visa service

Citizens of Oman can benefit from eVisa portal when arranging their visit to the city of St. Petersburg
Citizens of Oman can benefit from eVisa portal when arranging their visit to the city of St. Petersburg

Russia’s Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg is inviting Omani travellers after the city of Saint Petersburg introduced an online eVisa process to attract Omani nationals.

Launched at the beginning of October, the St. Petersburg eVisa portal enables citizens from Kuwait, Oman and Saudi Arabia to access the benefits of the online visa applications by completing the online form and uploading a photograph. Applications can be made within 20 days of travelling and up to four days before arrival. The visa is valid for stays of up to eight days in St Petersburg and the surrounding Leningrad Region.

Commenting on the launch of the service, the property’s GM, Felix Murillo said: “The introduction of the eVisa portal offers a new level of convenience for international travellers, making it easier than ever for Omanis to arrange a trip to our wonderful city. Our concierge team takes great pleasure in highlighting St. Petersburg’s historical and cultural visitor attractions, and will be happy to arrange anything our guests may require to turn every trip into an unforgettable experience. We look forward to welcoming visitors from Oman to our beautiful hotel to share cherished moments and create memories that will last a lifetime.”

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