Why book and stay in a hotel in Tallinn?
Tallinn is the capital and largest city in Estonia. Situated in the Baltic region of Europe, the city is situated on the country’s northern coast on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. Almost one third of Estonia's population lives in the city, due to its extensive range of activities, restaurants and stunning architecture. Tallinn has a humid continental climate, with warm, mild summers and cold, snowy winters. Booking a hotel in Tallinn will guarantee you a perfect city break in a beautiful, historic and culturally rich city.
What can I expect to find when I book a hotel in Tallinn?
In the last few decades, industry in Tallinn has boomed, but despite this, the city has managed to retain much of its Eastern European and former Soviet charm. The city has a vibrancy that blends the modern and the traditional perfectly. Its beautiful downtown is dotted with stunning churches with elegant spires, wooden houses and glass skyscrapers. Like many European cities established in this era, Tallinn is surrounded by a medieval wall, housing a wide range of atmospheric hotels and sophisticated restaurants.
Why should I choose Tallinn as my next business destination?
Tallinn is quickly becoming a city of luxury. To experience this first hand, stay at the Hotel Palace, a towering building with a modern elegance. It boasts a beautiful cocktail bar and a sophisticated restaurant (Konrad) which serves the best local food with a contemporary twist. Not only that, but it houses several business conference rooms, suitable for your every need. With the recent developments to the city, Tallinn Airport provides scheduled flights to many major cities all over Europe.
What can I discover when I book a hotel in Tallinn?
Since Tallinn is one of the most well preserved medieval cities in Europe, it goes without saying that your first port of call is a stroll around the city. Tallinn Old Town is characterised by its Gothic architecture and gourmet restaurants. Wander down the cobbled lanes, and relax in one of the many local cafés. Consider walking up Toompea Hill, an elevated area which will provide you with stunning views over the city. If it’s history that you are interested in, pay a visit to the Dominican Monastery, the oldest building in Tallinn. In the summer you’ll find concerts taking place here.