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Hotel Barons
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Reviewed 18 August 2011

Nice hotel but they should get rid of the bar next door. There were people screaming there until 6AM and it sounded like they vere inside the hotel room. I now understand why there were complimentary ear protection in the room.

Also one weird thing was that it was complimentary dinner, but water bottles cost 3,5 EUR.
The dinner was not worth much so we went out for dinner instead.

It's a pitty because this is a nice looking hotel with quite decent prices for accomodation.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled on business
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Thank PolarNick
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Reviewed 7 August 2011

The Baron's Hotel has a great location in Tallinn's old town. It's a minute walk to most restaurants, and a couple of more minutes to get to some great shopping.

The service at the hotel is really good, and the staff is very nice and friendly. The rooms are not that big, and the beds are a bit worn. But they suite their purpose very well.

The negative side of the stay is that it is a bit noisy outside the hotel at night. Some bars and nightclubs are located just outside. I didn't find that to be a problem. And if you do, there are complementary ear plugs in the room... ;)

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank MikaelH
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Reviewed 5 August 2011

Given the abundance of attributes on offer at Baron's Hotel, located in the heart of medieval Tallinn, it's no wonder one has trouble knowing where to start.  Just let it be known Baron's is a distinctive, quietly stylish, and thoroughly appealing hotel that is perfectly situated for an exploration of Tallinn's enchanting medieval community.

Perhaps the best place to start when speaking of Baron's Hotel is the service.  On this
traveler's early August visit, the entire staff could not have been more helpful and professional.  All staff members were sharply dressed, spoke English effortlessly, and appeared to approach their jobs with a sincerity that is not always found in an accommodation at this price range (125 euros per night).  Whether helping with the carrying of bags one block to meet a taxi, or providing a prompt and trouble free check in, or making a quick refill of heated milk at breakfast, the entire staff at Baron's provided A plus service all around.

This traveler was favorably impressed by the double room on offer at Baron's.  The room was quite spacious, including a striking view of the medieval town hall tower.  The room came with numerous amenities; a couple of which were familiar, such as mini bar and cable TV (nice touch with BBC World News); and some not nearly so familiar yet most welcome, such as a complimentary small bottle of red wine and water, twin bathrobes, and sewing kit.  Another freebie was a pair of earplugs which, while at first seemed a needless donation, would later be regarded as most practical, as an establishment adjacent to Baron's played host to an all-night shindig that made the invention of earplugs seem on par with the creation of penicillin.  The bathroom at the Baron's was another plus, as it featured a tub and shower, good quality soap and shampoo, even lighting, and plenty of thick and thirsty towels.

 A noteworthy surprise offered by Baron's concerns dinner.  At no extra charge to the traveler is a buffet dinner that features meatloaf, fish, pasta, and plenty of fixings to organize a salad.  There was also a nice dessert table as well as coffee.  While the meal is no more than satisfactory, it does make for a welcome, money-saving option.

Public areas at Baron's Hotel are most appealing, and these include a small bar and outdoor cafe, as well as a terrific circa 1900 elevator.

While traveling to Tallinn, Estonia one would be wise to give Baron's a try.  Beyond the many comforts it provides, the hotel represents excellent value.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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Thank claremay
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Reviewed 17 March 2011

The location was great, staff great and very helpful. We stayed on the top floor so the views were spectacular,
This is the first hotel we've stayed at with free dinner!

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Quest I
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Reviewed 8 March 2011

This hotel is in a great location in the heart of the Old Town, just steps to the main square. Our room was clean but, basic and a little on the small side but, for the price there was no complaints. Plus, we had an incredible view of Toompea Hill and its church spires from our room. The staff is very friendly and everyone spoke English. This little hotel has many amenities that make it very special. One of those amenities was the complementary breakfast, afternoon snack and dinner! We took advantage of the complementary breakfast buffet every morning and the compliementary dinner buffet one night, they were both good and a nice surprise if you are on a shoe-string budget!

PS - We came to Tallinn via a ferry from Helsinki. Although the ferry dock is accessable on foot from the hotel I would suggest taking a cab, the hotel can make taxi reservations for you. We walked in from the ferry but, decided to take a taxi on the return trip back to the ferry dock.

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled as a couple
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