I stayed at Kreutzwald for 3 nights with my girlfriend.
The hotel is located slightly outside of Old Town. It is a 20-minute walk to get to the centre. However, a taxi to the centre is about 6 euros, so we ended up taking one quite often. Not a bad location at all.
Check-in was quick and painless. During our stay we were served by two receptionists who were complete opposites. The other receptionist barely smiled or said anything to us whereas the other one was very polite. They both got the job done but a bit more friendliness from the other receptionist would have made our stay better.
Our room was a standard room on the top floor. Very minimalistic and clean. The bathroom was a bit outdated and we experienced a lot of technical difficulties. The shower is basically cheap and terrible. The TV reception was awful. Our air conditioning was working occasionally. The bed was a bit flimsy. These problems gave the hotel a cheap feel.
The free internet is fast and reliable. We really enjoyed the breakfast! However, the juice machine was malfunctioning one morning and they ran out of sausages for a long while another morning.
The price of the hotel is very reasonable compared to other hotels in Tallinn. It makes up for the location. We liked the cleanliness of the room but the lack of attention to detail made it worse than other hotels we have stayed at. The hotel management really needs to step up and pay attention to the smooth running of the hotel. Employees need more customer service training. The breakfast was maybe understaffed which caused issues in supply. The rooms need some maintenance.
Overall, this hotel could be the perfect place to stay with some attention to detail.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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 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 ambience.After the renovation the hotel now has a total of 73 comfortable and stylish rooms and suites: 49 standard rooms, 17 ZEN rooms, and 7 ZEN suites.You can enjoy our Unigue Breakfast at the remarkable Nipernaadi Restaurant, which is also open for all day fine dining, casual meals and drinks.You can indulge yourself at our newly opened ZEN SPA with private saunas, party room with Jacuzzi and experience a variety of different vitalizing and rejuvenating massages and body treatments.Or relax in the Kreutzwald Library Lounge with a delightful pot of tea and a good book from the library.And in the summer you can enjoy the atmosphere of the Summer Terrace - an exiting oasis in middle of the city.Your home away from home ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Uniquestay Mihkli Tallinn
- Hotel Uniquestay Mihkli