Nestled in the heart of Tallinn’s Old Town, Schlössle is a cozy boutique property with luxurious furnishings as well as elements of the old Tallinn’s wall. The hotel offers a total of 23 rooms of varying sizes and design, combining contemporary furnishings and art with antique and rustic touches. Most rooms have a shower/tub combo but a few have a shower only.
The Hotel Telegraaf offers 86 rooms and suites in the heart of Tallinn’s Old Town. The magnificent building at Vene Street 9 was constructed at the end of 19th century. Peter Schreiberg from St. Petersburg designed a 4-storied house, with the two topmost floors being added later. After the Republic of Estonia was established in 1918, the building was used as the post and telegraph center.
The hotel is centrally situated in the historic Old Town—a UNESCO World Heritage site—and is very close to Town Hall Square, the Opera House, museums and shops, a variety of restaurants, medieval churches, and ancient buildings.
This historic mansion on Muhu Island was first mentioned in the 16th century when the Danish king Fredrik II handed the property over to the von Knorr family in recognition of their services to the crown. After a long and painstaking renovation completed in 2008, this idyllic property has again opened its doors to visitors and offers “simple luxury” in its 24 rooms, suites, and private beach house, all of which are air-conditioned and beautifully appointed with the finest furniture and exquisite linen and fabrics.
The Pädaste Manor complex offers accommodations in the actual Manor House, the Carriage House, and the private Farm House. All rooms and suites vary in size, location, and facilities, and are beautifully appointed with luxuriant fabrics, unobtrusive state-of-the-art technology and wonderful attention to detail. All rooms and suites in the Manor House and the Carriage House are non-smoking.
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