Our Members Say
- Reviews: 638
Economy Hotell: Convenient hotel in Tallinn
Very pleasant stay, helpful staff, nice breakfast, internet access in the reception area
Very conveniently situated behind the main train station and the station tram stop Balti jaam - from here tram no: 2 runs to the main bus station (Autobussijaam) it's about a ten minute journey
The hotel is only 5 or 10 minutes walk from the old town
- Reviews: 699
Radisson SAS Tallinnn: The tallest hotel at Tallinn?
It is expensive hotel but we stayed with the tour. It is very ugly building from outside, it doesn't fit to that old nice city. But for us it was very esay to see and find it from everywhere. Rooms were nice and the view was excellent. Especially if you go to Roof terrace you may see wonderfull sunsets.
- Reviews: 2
Telegraaf Hotel: Best business hotel
This hotel is great for business travellers. Good facilities for meetings, WLAN, quiet environment, location is very central, fantastic rooms + great restaurant (Tsaikovsky).
Telegraaf has been built to old Telegraaf / postal office and all rooms have personal touch. Suites are real roomy and I have been holding several customer meetings using Bell suite that comes with good size meeting facilities.
It's also very nice to just walk to any downtown restaurant etc as hotel is located only 150 meters from Raekoja plats
- Reviews: 358
Hotel Barons: Elegant place with tradition
I haven´t stayed in the hotel - too expensive, but lobby and bar area looked very promising when looking for a posh place during a business or leisure trip. the hotel is ideally located in the old town, close to all places of interest in a historic building. all rooms have internet and there is also a sauna
- Reviews: 42
Merchants House Hotel: A medieval luxury hotel
Stayed at Merchants House Hotel one autumn weekend with my wife.
Merchants House Hotel was excellent for us - romantic, peaceful, luxurious and in the middle of old town.
Rooms and suites are all different because of the old house. Especially suuites are magnificient.
- Reviews: 21
Hotel Dorell: Cheap Hotel
Small hotel near center and harbour. Cheap rooms are old fashioned but clean. Breakfast is included. Small bar/restaurant downstairs.
Sometimes beautiful prostitutes are sitting in the bar. ;)
- Reviews: 152
Vanu Wiru: Consistently Good Hotel
I've stayed at this hotel a couple of times and have always found it to be a reliable choice. Efficient staff, clean rooms and a reasonable breakfast. I particularly appreciated the free broadband access in the room.
Great location in the old town and has its own pub attached. Should you feel the urge you can also get free admission to the erm... nearby Venus Nightclub
- Reviews: 42
Savoy Boutique Hotel: A great small hotel in Old town
Excellent new hotel with only 43 rooms. Especially personnel were great!
As they say: "The hotel building was constructed in 1890 and renovated in 2006, following the art déco style. The result is highly decorative due to clever use of luxurious materials and various elements of modern art in the overall interior as well as in the design and furnishing of the hotel rooms. Rest in our stylish and comfortable rooms equipped with a selection of small items contributing to your general well being, for example slippers, bathrobes, aromatic massage oils and body lotions, as well as a mini bar. A piece of luxury that makes you feel at home."
- Reviews: 11
Hotel Viru: Viru - Excellent standard of service
The service and facilities were excellent, we didn't ask for the upgrade but were put in a business class standard room at no extra cost. Loved getting up in the morning and looking at the superb view over the old town. The rooms are modern and all your needs are catered for, would highly recommend this to anyone palnning to stay.
The buffet breakfast is amazing. The Estonians obviously don't realise you should never offer the English as much Bacon as you like. There are a couple of restaurants and underneath the Hotel it has its own nightclub called Cafe Amigo, you get free entry because your a guest and it attracts a mixture of Scots, Finns, Estonians and Russians. Any friendly Russian girls tend to be prostitutes as my friend found out, so beware, unless you want that sort of action. The music is a mixture of modern, traditional Estonian and dodgy Baltic rock songs.
- Reviews: 16
Vana Tom: Pros and Cons about Vana Tom
There are lots of pros and cons about this budget hostel and here is my view.
Pros: (1) perfect location, right in the heart of the center, save me a lot of travel time and money. (2) The staff is helpful and approachable. this is definitely not something i would expect in this crowded hostel. (3) The whole hostel has been refurbished recently. clean rooms and power shower, clean kitchen with microwave and essential cooking utensils.
Cons: (1) I reserved a 6-bed mixed dorm, it turns out a room with 3 triple bunk beds (the top bunk bed was labelled for large laguagge, but it did have 7 ppl for one night). (2) the triple bunk beds is a scary thing, you will have absolutely no head room and whatsoever. I cant imagine myself being in this tiny room when it is full. Fortunately I visited there in late April, most of the time rooms are only half full. (3) there is no ventilation at all except a window facing a busy street.
- Reviews: 69
Baltic Hotel Vana Wiru: A modern 4-star hotel in the heart of the Old Town
A very nice, plush 4**** hotel with friendly and helpful staff.
Clean and confortable. Excellent breakfast buffet.
This is a modern hotel with a stunning and sumptious marble lobby and reception area.
It is located just off of the vibrant Viru Street which is at the heart of the town's nightlife. However, it is well hidden and once inside you would hardly know you are at the hub of it all.
The hotel has a quiet courtyard with a terrace grill that operates all day. The grill chef serves up inexpensive (£10 per head - with drinks) and delicious food cooked while you watch. The terrace is open to non-residents, just pop in after visiting the Knitting Wall (Muurivahe Street) which it is just off.
- Reviews: 4
Hotel Skane: Good value
We stopped for 1 night and paied about 600 per night. Great location for trains, trams and buses to get around plus only a five minute walk to the old town. The room was pretty small and clean but the walls are a bit thin - noisy!
- Reviews: 4
The Radisson SAS Hotel, Tallinn: perfect place to enjoy the city from
The Radisson SAS Hotel, the first class hotel in Tallinn is
centrally located next to business, shopping and
entertainment areas. The hotel is a perfect place to enjoy
the city from, as the picturesque Old Town with its
cobblestone streets and welcoming atmosphere is close by. Good buffet breakfast. Rooms are spacious with good facilties, including coffee-maker, iron and ironing board, and minibar (rather expensive). Rooms had great views across the old town, so make sure to ask for this with an upper floor.
2 restaurants, 2 bars, health club with sauna opened 24-hours, bar on the 25th floor what views of the city, most rooms with a great view over towards the Old Town.
- Reviews: 4
Hotel Mihkli: three-star hotel in central Tallinn
Three - star hotel in the immediate vicinity of the Old Town. Rooms are clean, large and all rooms have en suite bathrooms, phones, TV, and a free morning sauna. Offering more affordable rates than the downtown hotels.
free morning sauna, massage, jacuzzi
- Reviews: 6
Merchants House Hotel: Welcome to Tallinn & the Merchants House Hotel Tal
Experience exceptional service with an unrivalled attention to detail and internationally renowned cuisine at the Merchants House Hotel Tallinn.
Expect contemporary accessories with the most up-to-date amenities.
Enjoy the historical surroundings of the most centrally located hotel in Medieval Tallinn.
Sort by: Most recent | Most helpful