This is certainly a very pleasant boutique hotel in the centre of Tallinn.
On arrival,we were upgraded to a junior suite which in fact was just a large, one room but very comfortable with two extra sofas. Also the bathroom is worth mentioning as it was spacious, had a bath tub and quality toiletries. What I really like in hotels are tea&coffee making facilities and unfortunately they were not here. As for the hotel restaurants: the Russian Nevsky was closed on Sun and Mon night which was a bit disappointing as we received a note from the hotel management inviting us for a complimentary bottle of wine at dinner. But... had no chance to dine there as it was closed. A bit strange for a hotel restaurant. The other - Estonian - good, nothing extraordinary but just simple, tasty and extremely large meals based mostly on meat.
Finally, the service: very helpful reception staff, speaking fluent Russian and English.
In my opinion, it's a really nice, well managed small hotel in the very centre of the old town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Newly renovated hotel in Tallinn Old Town. All of our 27 rooms & suites have been individually designed to reflect the Russian merchants’ style.The building itself dates back to the 15th century when a wealthy Russian merchant purchased the property and had it redesigned by the famous architect August Gabler.The latest technological appliances have been discreetly integrated throughout the hotel giving guests the height of comfort in an elegant traditional setting. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- St Petersbourg Hotel