Tallinn

  • Prices from £189pp Prices based on 3 nights bed & breakfast   Location: This hotel is situated approx. 10-15 minutes’ walk from Tallinn’s splendidly preserved Old Town, about the same to Toompea Hill and just a few minutes from the impressive National Library of Estonia. Highlights: The hotel's interior is Nordic minimalist and Estonia's centennial anniversary is reflected in the artistic design of the hotel featuring the main periods in the history of Estonia over the last 100 years. Restaurant "100" is an all-day dining restaurant. It appropriately carries the name “100” and seats precisely 100 guests. Guests have the use of the Zen Spa and saunas at the Unique Hotels partner Kreutzwald Hotel, a two-minute walk away in the same street and where bicycles are also for hire.
  • Prices from £209pp Prices based on 3 nights bed & breakfast Historic hotel in the heart of Tallinn Location: The hotel occupies a wonderful position just minutes from Freedom Square and Tallinn Town Hall right in the heart of the city. Highlights: The Hotel, constructed in 1937 and designed by Elmar Lohk, is one of the most exciting, glamorous and spectacular buildings of its time; it has been a true calling card for Estonia throughout the decades. The hotel’s restaurant ‘Konrad’ offers guests classic European cuisine, prepared from quality products and served in modern style. There is a wonderful Sport & Relaxation area which is located in the semi-basement. The centrepiece is the 9m swimming pool. There is also a jacuzzi, steam bath and sauna.
  • Prices from £129pp Prices based on 3 nights bed & breakfast Good value, smaller hotel in a great position Location: Hotel St. Barbara is centrally located within the walking distance of Tallinn Old Town. Attractions, such as Tallinn Town Hall, St Mary's Cathedral and Toompea Castle, are easily accessible on foot from the hotel. The surrounding neighbourhood is also famous for its shopping. Highlights: The hotel is considered one of Tallinn's most beautiful slate structures. It was completed to the plans of an architect by the name of Bernhard in the early 1900s and has a fascinating history. The massive historical limestone walls conceal 53 spacious and well-lit guestrooms all with high ceilings. Breakfast is served in the subterranean cellar with impressive vaulted stone ceiling.
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