Even though they call themselves a "hotel", it was more like a bed and brekfast. Indeed, the hotel consisted of a handful of connected flats in an old apartment building. With room only for four people eating in the dining/common area, we had to decide in the evening when we wanted breakfast in the morning. The bright side of this, is that you get more personal attention than you could imagine. My coffee cup was magically refilled before it was empty, empty plates taken out immediately, new plates brought in, I hate to say that "service was excellent," because this felt like so much more.
The room was beautiful, though as with most old houses, the bathroom seems to have been added as an afterthought. It was beatiful and clean, however. Being just within the limits of the old town, it was only a two minute walk to Viru.
Unique Quality: There is no sign outside telling you that there is a hotel. We found the hotel in the magazine "Tallinn this week." When we arrived at the address, I called them up on the cell phone, saying "We're here - but can't find you," to which the reply was "Oh, I'll come downstairs immediately and let you in."
The hostess did everything; take care of arrivals and departures, make and serve breakfast, do the bedding, washing, etc. - on top of required paper work. She worked about 7-16, so after 16:00, only guests remained. I'd have to say that's quite unique.
In addition to this specific B&B place, the Romeo Family Hotel also offers full apartments for those who wish to pay a little more.
The only caveat was that the Old Town can get quite noisy at night, particularly during the weekend and with bachelor parties going on. Close the window to reduce outside noise. :)
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