Where to stay in Tallinn

If our recent post about Tallinn, with its mix of old and new, culture and nightlife, tempted you to visit the European Capital of Culture 2011 read on to find out which hotels our customers are booking and what they think of them.

Dining room at the Telegraaf Hotel
Enjoy fine dining at the Telegraaf Hotel

Our number one selling hotel in Tallinn is the five star Telegraaf Hotel, an original telegraph building built in 1878 which has been lovingly restored and is now a unique luxury hotel. This hotel enjoys a great location in the city centre in the heart of the old town, one of the city’s most popular visitor attractions. It is home to a luxurious spa to help visitors unwind after seeing the sights and rates extremely well in our customer reviews. Neil says this hotel “has correctly been voted one of the top 100 small luxury hotels in the world, everything was first class.” His comments were echoed by Nicola who commented “fantastic atmosphere, service second to none and staff extremely helpful.”

Nordic Forum Hotel in Tallinn
Relax at the Nordic Forum hotel

Our second best selling hotel is the modern four star Nordic Forum Hotel, part of a new hotel chain established in 2007. Just 2 km away from the airport and just over 1 km away from the beach at Pirita, this hotel is also very close to Tallinn’s old town. It offers a range of facilities including a children’s playground, bike hire and a relaxation centre with an indoor pool and sauna and a sun terrace. A quick look at our reviews will tell you how highly this hotel is rated by our customers. Shayne remarks “this is a great hotel. Loved it. Would stay again and again!”

Taking the number three spot of Tallinn hotels booked by our customers is the Metropol Hotel, a three star hotel perfect for holiday makers who are watching their budget. Renovated in 2006, the Metropol is in a central location just minutes from Tallinn’s old town. Most of our customer reviews focus on the value for money aspect of this hotel, with Dennis describing it as a “low cost hotel with good amenities and friendly staff.”

St Olav Hotel in Tallinn
Or enjoy the gothic charm of the St Olav Hotel

Also popular and definitely worth a mention is the St Olav Hotel, a gothic style hotel with plenty of character. Located in the centre of Tallinn, St Olav Hotel is within easy walking distance of many of the city’s bars, restaurants and museums. Julie describes it as an “excellent hotel, do all they can to ensure your stay is good.”

Go Shnelli is extremely popular with customers looking for a nice clean hotel that looks after holiday makers on a budget. Just 7 minutes walk from the old town, Go Shnelli is also close to the airport with taxi fares to the hotel costing as little as 7 euros, meaning guests don’t have to spend a fortune on getting around. Our customer reviews repeatedly mention this hotel being great value for money with James saying “good hotel, spotlessly clean, nothing fancy – perfect for weekend break.”

The hotels mentioned above are just a few highlights from the many you can find on www.travelrepublic.co.uk. Check out our customer reviews if you want some honest feedback and remember that all our reviews are 100% genuine and written by our customers once they return from their holidays.