In advance of our stay I wrote to request a double bed for the duration, I received a reply assuring us that we were already allocated a double bed, to no avail, we arrived to tiny single beds in a twin room on the top floor almost an attic room. The bathroom, well shower room wasn't terribly clean, no plug for the sink, mouldy tiles and toilet paper you could sand wood with. The breakfast, well there is bread for toast it says but no toaster, scrambled egg swimming in water, not so fresh, very stale croissants, soggy frigid cake, cold meats looking more than a little worse for wear just not a good standard overall though the staff did seem pleasant in the breakfast room. On our final night we rang down for room service at 1030pm, just for a dessert and to request Tea and coffee making facilities, it clearly states on the room service menu that it is available from 12:00-00:00. I waited 5 minutes for someone to answer, gave up then rang again, waited a while and eventually someone answered and said the restaurant was closed by which time it was 1045pm, still well within the time, I then asked for tea and coffee making facilities, the man then put me through to the restaurant!!!! They said that tea and coffee making facilities should already be in the room and that I would have to speak to reception!!!! I gave up!!! Really do think the only unique thing about this place is having breakfast in a Brazilian themed restaurant with cheesy pop music playing in the background.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn is located close to the National Library of Estonia at Toenismaegi, one of the most famous landmarks of Tallinn, and has taken its name from the former name of the library, the Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald State Library. The hotel is located in a historical limestone building and was completed in 1953, the same period the State Library was named after Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald, an outstanding public figure of the National Awakening Period of Estonia in the 19th century and the author of the Estonian national epic poem, “Kalevipoeg“. The hotel recently completed a throughout the renovation, which has retained the buildings’ historical authenticity and at the same time added a firm measurement of innovative design and modern comfort to the historical ambiance. After the renovation, the hotel now has a total of 65 comfortable and stylish rooms and suites: 32 standard rooms, 18 ZEN rooms, and 15 ZEN Deluxe. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Uniquestay Mihkli Tallinn
- Hotel Uniquestay Mihkli