We were upgraded to a suite for our visit, so, as you might expect, our impression of the Three Sisters Hotel was extremely positive from the very moment we arrived. Nothing happened to change this over the course of our three night stay. This exquisite hotel is well-staffed by a highly professional team – none of whom seems to be older than 25! The friendly, if formal, approach, ensures that your every wish is taken care of, and you are made to feel a valued and important guest. What can I say about our rooms? Beautiful combination of old and new - all the mod cons in plenty of space. The bathroom was large too with separate shower, although the WC in the main bathroom (there was another one off the living room!) was very close to the sloping old ceiling so encouraged even speedy gentlemen visitors to sit down - to avoid a bang on the head! Also there were lovely Babor products in the bathroom and incredibly soft towels. There were such nice service touches as fresh bottles of water brought in before bed time, the tricky blinds shut for you when you were out for dinner, a personalised weather report for the next 24 hours printed out and left on your bed - not unique to this hotel, but certainly the sort of things that make the difference between a standard night in a hotel and a wonderful experience. The breakfast room is stunning - with centuries-old frescoes (discovered under layers and layers of paint when the old house was renovated) on the heavily slanted ceiling. There are also old frescoes visible on the stonework of one of the staircases. Breakfast itself is lovely quality as you'd expect - an extensive cold buffet with plenty of meats, fruits, cheeses, yoghurts, cereals, cakes, pastries etc. Only slight gripe (maybe!) is that nothing changed in what was provided during our 3 night stay, although there was so much to choose from, you would have to eat an enormous breakfast each day to get bored. We didn't take dinner in the hotel so cannot comment on its very beautiful restaurant, but there are so many wonderful restaurants in Tallinn within walking distance that you really are spoilt for choice. The location of the hotel is perfect - in a quiet part of the old town so the hotel remains peaceful at all times, yet is also accessible when wanting to have a wander round this beautiful and compact city. Yes, this hotel is on the costly side, but you certainly feel like you've treated yourself when you have stayed here. Highly recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In 2003, three of the Tallinn's most famous trading houses, built in 1362, were renovated and united to create the building of The Three Sisters Hotel. We offer five-star level services in the setting of modern design contrasted with the medieval history. Our hotel located within the fortress walls of the Old Town allows you to feel the spirit of the old Hansa, without compromising style, comfort and luxury. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 3 Sisters Hotel
- Three Sisters Tallinn
- Hotel Three Sisters