We had a great two-night stay here - received a complimentary upgrade to a superior room, which was really a nice surprise! Parking behind the hotel is an additional 10 Euro per night. The room was small, but perfectly adequate - it had a beautiful view of Tallinn Old Town and the sea and was very quiet! We slept well. The pillows are too large, causing my neck to hurt while sleeping. I asked for a different pillow for the second night and the housekeeper was very kind to accommodate the request, although that pillow was also quite large. Love the hardwood floors in the hotel, as they felt very clean. The breakfast buffet was delicious! Freshly prepared omelets and all the breakfast goodies you could possibly desire with delicious coffee and fresh juice. We would certainly recommend this hotel for your stay in Tallinn.
Traveller from Riga
Located in the business district, this Tallinn high-rise hotel is 200 meters from the Stockmann department store, a 10-minute …More
The building exterior is a bit grey and nondescript, but first impressions inside were very favourable. The foyer/reception area is spacious, clean, and well-presented.
The room (economy single room), bathroom, and shower cubicle were larger than expected with towels, liquid soap, and shampoo supplied - not always what you get in a 2 star hotel. There was a flat-screen TV (no English-language channels, but some programmes were in English with subtitles or voiceovers), fridge, microwave, and kettle - there was no crockery (in case you wanted to make hot food and drink) but maybe it is possible to borrow some from the restaurant.
The buffet breakfast consisted of a good mix of hot and cold foods and drinks - overall very good.
The location was great - not in the centre of the medieval Old Town (where I guess the hotels are expensive) but about a 15 minute walk from the edge of the Old Town district.
And now the two major problems with the room:
1) The window shades were not wide enough to block out the light from the window. This was a big problem at night when the streetlights from the main road outside shone through the gaps making the room unpleasantly light. I ended up moving the bed as far away from the window as possible.
2) Noise - internal and external. There was a lot of traffic noise from the road outside and also internal noise from people's shoes on the wooden floors. Even with earplugs it was impossible to sleep undisturbed.
Located in City Center, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Viru Keskus, St Mary's Cathedral, and Town Hall Square. St …More
Located just outside Old Town, modern Tallinn’s city center features Freedom Square. With benches, cafes, and two art galleries, this popular gathering place serves as the city’s Monument to the War of Independence, which commemorates Estonia’s struggle for freedom from 1918-1920. Rotermann Quarter provides a trendy shopping area with an open-air food and craft market and department stores.