5 Classy Hotels in Estonia That Won’t Burn A Hole In Your Pocket

5 Classy Hotels in Estonia That Won’t Burn A Hole In Your Pocket
Aisyah
Aisyah
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Tallinn is the capital Europe’s Estonia and is home to a whole bunch of cafes, shops, and historical gems that seen many international tourists and locals from within Estonia swarming the place to take good photos as well as to experience the vibrant culture that this city has to offer. It is easy to combine a colourful nightlife, the bustling modern world, rich historic architecture, fascinating culture, and fantastic food, all in one handy place!

Now, you might be thinking that a place so enticing as this would come with expensive accommodation and a high price tag. Well, luckily, you’d be wrong! You can stay like​ royalty in Tallinn without having to splurge out of your budget!

Here are some fabulous places to stay in Tallinn that won’t break the bank:

1. Savoy Boutique by TallinnHotels (from 116 USD)

Really great location, spacious room, nice views, quiet, Wi-FI with good speed, very good choice for breakfast, restaurant with excellent and typical Estonian cuisine, professional and friendly staff Leonid
Savoy Boutique is located in the heart of Tallinn’s Old Town, which obviously means that staying in this hotel guarantees you complete convenience of Tallinn’s top attractions, such as Raekoja Plats and Tallinn Town Hall, as well as Kiek in de Kök. This museum in Tallinn was initially a defence tower in 1475.

The rooms offered in the hotel each come with free Wi-Fi, cable TV, and a minibar, and feature colourful Art Deco walls. Guests can choose whether they prefer to have a bath or a shower in their private bathroom.

The hotel’s very famous restaurant, MEKK, serves authentic Estonian fare and international delights. Also, you can enjoy the restaurant’s breakfast buffet that is available every single morning.

Additionally, Savoy Boutique offers airport transfers, adding to its already impressive convenience factor.

Savoy Boutique Hotel

Address: Suur-Karja 17/19, Tallinn Old Town, Tallinn, Estonia 10148 (see map)

Price: from 116 USD

Access: Near to Viru Bus Interchange

Contact: +372 680 6688

2. Pikk 49 Residence (from 78 USD)

I stayed at Pikk 49 with my wife and (adult) daughter. Pikk 49 is an apartment block, not a hotel. We stayed in the STUDIO apartment and it was huge and plenty of wardrobe space to hang your clothes. It’s fully self contained with TV, fridge, washing machine, oven etc and wifi. It’s superbly located, close to the old city square, but far enough away not to be disturbed by party goers. There are no staff located at the apartments, so make sure you set a time to meet the owner to get hold of the keys! David
Tallinn’s Pikk 49 Residence is situated right at the heart of the city centre, making it a popular pick for both leisure and business travellers due to its prime location near the city’s top tourist attractions. Guests can easily access attractions such as the House of the Brotherhood of Blackheads, Slothrop’s English Language Bookshop, Long Street, and more.

The rooms in this hotel all exude a cosy vibe that is lacking in many of the other hotels in the city. And, for such a reasonable price, you’ll be treated to a homely accommodation that would definitely have you finding it difficult to leave! With free Wi-Fi, smoking areas, and more, this hotel will serve as a home away from home for any kind of traveller.

Pikk 49 Residence

Address: Pikk 49, Tallinn Old Town, Tallinn, Estonia (see map)

Price: from 78 USD

Contact: +372 5628 7917

3. St Petersbourg Hotel (from 130 USD)

The friendly, polite and super helpful staff! The asset of the hotel! York
The St Petersbourg Hotel is a 5-star hotel that is housed in a 15th-century building, making it the oldest hotel in the city. It is located in the heart of Tallinn’s Old Town and is also newly renovated, just in 2016, with each room featuring its own individual design.

Each room boasts stylish interiors and comes with its very own iPad, flat screen TV, and free Wi-Fi.

The hotel’s restaurant, Kuldse Notsu Kõrts, serves authentic Estonian cuisine, providing a terrific end to the day every evening. This restaurant also offers breakfast. For guests who are looking for Russian-French dishes, head to The Hermitage restaurant, which comes with an elegant lounge, perfect for when you want to just relax and enjoy a drink or two.

The hotel also comes with an on-site sauna that guests can enjoy for free, between 7 am and 11 am every morning.

The hotel is conveniently located just 6 kilometres (3.7 miles) away from Lennart Meri Airport, and is also near to multiple attractions, including the Old Town Square.

The St. Petersbourg Hotel

Address: Rataskaevu 7, Tallinn Old Town, Tallinn, Estonia 10123 (see map)

Price: from 130 USD

Access: Nearest station is Balti Jaam Railway Station

Contact: +372 628 6500

4. Hotel Telegraaf (from 150 USD)

Excellent location and service. Beautiful room, we stayed at 608, with a magnificent​ view over the old town roofs. Very nice breakfast. Maria
Hotel Telegraaf is a 5-star hotel located near to Tallinn’s Town Hall Square. The hotel is housed in a 19th-century building, which boasts classic and historical architecture. Nearby attractions to the hotel include Toompea Castle and the gorgeous​ St. Catherine’s Passage, which is just a few steps away from the hotel.

Each room is elegantly designed, equipped with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and a private bathroom.

The hotel comes with an indoor pool, a hot tub, and the very famous Elemis Spa. Other excellent amenities include a sauna, a steam bath, beauty treatments, and airport transfers, which will be available to guests for an added rate.

Restaurant Tchaikovsky serves Russian and French cuisine that is very well received; even guests are advised to make a reservation in advance to avoid disappointment. There is a bar at the lobby where guests can enjoy a wide selection of cocktails and wines, amongst other drinks.

The hotel also boasts 24-hour room service that has received a whole ton of positive reviews from previous guests.

Hotel Telegraaf

Address: Vene 9, Tallinn Old Town, Tallinn, Estonia 10123 (see map)

Price: from 150 USD

Access: Nearest station is Tallinn Train Station

Contact: +372 600 0600

5. Schlössle Hotel (from 152 USD)

The hotel is simply charming and intimate. The staff was the friendliest and most cooperative of any hotel that we have ever stayed.​ This is a truly outstanding hotel that is perfectly located. George
The 5-star Schlössle Hotel is located in Tallinn’s Old Town. It has been recently renovated in 2016, and is housed in buildings from the 13th and 14th centuries. The rooms exude so much cosiness that you might actually consider staying there permanently! The antique furniture, free Wi-Fi, iPads, and a DVD player help you to settle in and feel right at home. The furnishings and facilities are high quality.

Breakfast is included in the hotel’s room rate, with both a la carte and buffet options. Breakfast also comes with a glass of sparkling wine!

In addition to a sauna, the hotel also provides amazing massage treatments which are available to guests for an additional price. The hotel also has a 24-hour front desk and a limousine service.

Guests can easily access attractions that are located just a short distance away from the hotel, such as Raekoja Plats and the historic Town Hall. Also, the hotel is just 5.5 kilometres (3.4 miles) away from the airport.

Schlossle Hotel

Address: Pühavaimu 13/15, Tallinn Old Town, Tallinn, Estonia 10123 (see map)

Price: from 152 USD

Access: Nearest station is Balti Jaam

Contact: +372 699 7700

Stay in style for a cheap price

Fun fact: Did you know that many people think that Estonia is located in the Middle East and that it’s not a European country? Estonia is probably one of the most underrated tourist destinations in the whole of Europe, and that’s such a pity considering the fact the country is so beautiful and has many historic sites.

When you’re in Tallinn, Estonia, be sure not to miss out on the many interesting places and landmarks that are so rich in history. For instance, you can visit a prison, Paterai Sea Fortress P​rison, that was shut down ten years ago and that initially served as military barracks in the 19th century. Or, you can visit a medieval-themed soup restaurant that serves soup for as low as 2 EUR (2.20 USD), III Draakon.

Wherever you choose to visit, you can stay in style and enjoy small touches of luxury for less in stunning Tallinn, in Estonia.

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