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- Reviews: 45
Camping Konse: Great Lil Campsite
Camping Konse offered tent and caravan pitches plus a guesthouse. We stayed in a family in the guesthouse which had it's own private entrace which looked out on to Parnu river which was amazing at sun set and sun rise.
Breakfast was included and there was a bar and internet access aswell.
We paid 83euro per night which worked out cheap between 4 of us.
- Reviews: 21
HOSTEL ESTONIA: HOSTEL ESTONIA
Well we were looking for a cheap place, so we decided to look for the camping but then it started to rain so we abandoned that option and then we were to a hostel, i´m not sure if is a hostel or a hotel because it´s very well equiped and the prices are expensive, well but the point is that we talked to the recepcionist and we rent a room for one person between 5 people so all of 5 sleept in that room, and it was like 6€ per person.
The hostel is good situated very close to the discos and not far from the main street
comfrotable beds, t v, toillets in the room...
The problem is the price except if you discuss to be more people in a room for less people
- Reviews: 2456
Koidula Park Hotel: Koidula Park Hotel
Pleasant hotel just otside the town centre, right opposite Koidula Park - very good place to be. Just a short walk from the bus station and around ten minutes to the beach. Rooms clean and very comfortable, tasty buffet breakfast included in the price, eat it utside on a sunny morning - perfect!
- Reviews: 20
Strand hotel: from the hotel
Strand is a hotel and a sanatory. It's not pricy and the rooms are like Radisson hotels. Theres a beauty saloon in the hotel with comfortable prices(and it's good quality).
The hotel is located near by the beach, so it's not in the centrum, but it takes only 5 minutes by taxi.
there's a small nightclub in the hotel(pretty nice, free for the hotel quests). Theres a pool area, but it cost about 10$(all so for the guests), so that's something I don't understand.
- Reviews: 216
Camping Joekaaru: Lively...
Maybe I shouldn't describe my stay... there were loads of drunk Germans, need I say more?
Don't get scared of the drunk Germans, because they'll pass out after a few hours.
This campground rents some very nice cottages with woodwork inside. Very cosy, indeed.
The facilities are clean and hot showers are available.
I paid 130 kr for a cottage (room for 6 persons). Very reasonable.
- Reviews: 446
Scandic Hotel " Rannahotell ": Right there on the beach is....
Nice three star hotel just step from beach.
Rooms are comfortable with TV and bathroom.
Sea-facing rooms ( view ) and balconies, open-terrace bar on the top floor.
- Reviews: 837
Rannahotel, also one of the most famous hotels in the area, is a prime example of functionalism in Estonia.
It was renovated 1994 - even all the balcony railings. Each room looks over the beach to the Baltic sea!
- Reviews: 837
Inside Ammende Villa
Inside Ammende Villa you will find rich decor.
The hallway leads to the central hall of the building extending through two floors.
The function rooms are decorated as salons and halls. One can have a *Bolly* (guess who did just that!?) and read the menu in the peaceful atmosphere of the stylish Red Salon, enjoy good music in the green Piano Salon or have a cup of coffee and a Havannan or play the genuine Russian billiards in the Cigar Salon.
- Reviews: 837
The most splendid place to...
The most splendid place to stay in P?rnu is
Ammende Villa, the jugend villa from 1905.
This was my main reason to stay here in order to be able to enjoy the beauty of this great house!
It was designed and built by the order of Herman Ammende, a merchant in P?rnu. The Villa is a marvellous example of the Russian Art Nouveau style and architecture and the closest to the Brussels trend in the Baltic area.
There are 13 rooms in the Villa including suites with original jugend furniture. But no air-conditioning. Less expensive rooms are in the Gardener?s House.
- Reviews: 19
Hotel Victoria: Hotel Victoria
doubles 990-1150 EEK
Idyllic, pretty small, very comfortable rooms and good service, located in the very centre of the town. Despite the central location the rooms are quiet.
- Reviews: 221
Ammende Villa: Ammende Villa
This restored, Art-Nouveau mansion surrounded by gardens and fountains is by far the poshest hotel in town. Each of the suites in the 1905-era main house has a personality of its own, and all come furnished with antiques of that period. The somewhat plainer double rooms are in the 'gardener's house' out back. Classical performances are held in the garden or the salon each Thursday.
- Reviews: 158
Ammende's Villa - The...
Ammende's Villa - The luxurious Villa is situated in a superb garden park in the beach area of Pärnu. It is in the walking distance from the town centre.
Photo: Sven Arbet, Äripäev
- Reviews: 11
Villa Ammende: Villa Ammende
(1 single 900kr,
10 doubles 1200kr,
13 suites 2500 - 5000kr,
extra bed 500kr,
( USD = 17kr, 1 DEM = 8kr, 1EUR = 15,6kr)
Ammende's Villa is a significant example of Jugendstil that was typical to the turn of the 20th century. It was designed and built by the order of Herman Ammende, a merchant of Pärnu, by Mieritz & Gerassimov Design and Building Office of St. Petersburg. The main building was completed in 1905, the other in 1905-1907. It is the most stylish and best-preserved building of its area in Estonia and marvellous example of the Russian architecture of the beginning of the 20th century. Russian Art Nouveau included all trends of Jugendstil in parallel with a touch of local colouring. The Villa is the closest to the Brussels trend that was unique in Estonia, as the Baltic-German architects as well as those from St. Petersburg, Finland and Riga mostly preferred Nordic or Heimat-style architecture. The completed building was more opulent as compared to the initial project - most probably, such a playful style and innovative building materials suited the fancy of a bit parvenu merchant, enabling him to show off his wealth.
- Reviews: 11
Since Pärnu has only a few...
Since Pärnu has only a few large hotels, much of the town's tourist flood is mopped up by small villas and guesthouses. Sanatoriums provide an additional option by making rooms available without treatment, and anyone with a car should consider saving cash and getting some fresh air by staying in one of the tourist farms outside town. Expect to pay 20-40% less from September through April.
- Reviews: 30
If you are in a tight budget...
If you are in a tight budget you sohuld look for hostel but as for hotels the cheapest price you can find is at Lehearu hotell I wount talk about it more. But i hope you forget money for moment and chek in in a Rannahotell.
I promise you wount regret it :)
room for one person 1130 EEK / 72,3 EUR
room for two persons (view to sea) 1600 EEK / 102,3 EUR
room for two persons (view to park) 1430 EEK / 91,4 EUR
junior sviit 1800 EEK / 115,1 EUR
sviit 2100 EEK / 134,2 EUR
captain sviit 2400 EEK / 153,4 EUR
presidensial sviit 3400 EEK / 217,3 EUR
It is a perfect way to enjoy life as it is. From one side view to the Baltic sea and the other side beautiful park.
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