Adhering to the philosophy that bigger is better, this glass monolith is one of Tallinn's tallest buildings, and houses 280 guest rooms. Yes, it's a typical...more
Constructed in 1980 in the business district to house the Olympic yachting regatta, Hotel Olümpia remains a Tallinn landmark. This is still the best place...more
All 120 of the spacious rooms in this three-star hotel are equipped with cable television, telephones, and mini-safesask for a unit with a private sauna...more
Located across the street from Freedom Square, the Palace Hotel is one of Tallinn's most comfortable lodgings. Business and leisure travelers appreciate the...more
The 86-room Telegraaf (opened in 2007) vies with its sister property, the Three Sisters, for the title of Tallinn's top hotel. It's delightfully free from both...more
After opening in 2003, this 23-room hotel became the place for stylish travelers to stay—in 2006, for example, both the queen of England and the emperor...more
Just a short walk from the Town Hall Square, this intimate, three-story hotel echoes the medieval allure of the surrounding Old Town. The lobby is heavy on...more
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