A more budget-friendly alternative would be Pirita Spa Hotel, which is 3-star accommodation with room rates from 62£. Tallinn City Apartments is an affordable choice that will put you within a 10-minute walk of the center. The Knight House is a cheap hostel located 20 minutes on foot from Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour and features hiking, billiards and darts. Budget options can be found in Pirita district at quaint hotels like Kelluka Guesthouse with room rates from 30£.
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Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
Travelers who prefer staying in the center of the city should check out Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel and Economy Hotel, which are a 10 and 10-minute walk from the city center. Old Town Hostel Alur hostel is within easy walking distance of an opera and a castle and 550 meters away from the city center. The area of Lasnamae district features an array of hotels, one upscale option is Ulemiste Hotel, which features a casino, a sauna and a nightclub.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Tallinn
Luxury seekers might opt for a stay at Radisson Blu Sky Hotel, Tallinn, a 5-star hotel with an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a wellness centre. For an authentic atmosphere, consider booking Hestia Hotel Maestro, a boutique hotel 600 meters from the city center. If you prefer chain hotels, Tallink City is a 5-minute walk to the centre and features a sauna, a Jacuzzi and live performances.
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City Center Penthouse is an affordable choice of an apartment that is 800 meters from Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom. Lee Apartments is a B&B that is 15 minutes' walk to Rocca al Mare Mall. If you are travelling with children, stay at Braavo Spa Hotel in Tallinn Old Town district. Baltic Hotel Vana Wiru is a popular resort with a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a wellness centre for an unforgettable stay.
How to Find the Best Tallinn Hotels with Hotelmix.co.uk
Looking for a comfortable hotel in Tallinn is as easy as possible. The capital of Estonia has been attracting admiring tourist throngs since the Baltic state gained its independence. It's easy to see why, as the old town of Tallinn is an architectural gem, atmospheric streets meandering beneath a fortress wall with attractive churches and squares. Tallinn is a city where it's possible to combine medieval surroundings with 21st-century amenities as the center is full of hip cafes and boutiques. There is a vibrant nightlife in the old town bars and clubs and new restaurants and gourmet shops are proliferating. Hotelmix.co.uk has partnered with a great choice of hotels in Tallinn to offer visitors the ideal accommodation for their stay in the city. Booking Tallinn hotel in advance ensures a relaxed holiday in Estonia.
What's Tallinn Like?
Tourists are suggested different places to stay in Tallinn, including Tallinn cheap hotels. The old town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, grew up between the 13th and 16th centuries and is a well-preserved hub of impressive churches, pretty gabled houses and atmospheric squares, all enclosed within the city walls. Tourist highlights include Fat Margaret's Tower, a fortification that now houses a maritime museum, the church of St. Mary on the Toompea hill, and the colourful 19th-century Orthodox church of St Nicholas, with its gleaming copper dome. The medieval defences can be explored in the Kiek in de Kok museum housed in a massive tower that leads into the underground system of tunnels beneath the Toompea hill. The cafe in this museum is a great vantage point for looking out over the old town rooftops. Hotels Tallinn allow a relaxed exploration of this beautiful Baltic city.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tallinn
Hotelmix.co.uk provides all the information you need to book your perfect Tallinn lodging. Because of Tallinn's popularity with UK tourists taking city breaks, English is widely understood in the old town bars and restaurants. International fast food is much in evidence but it's worth sampling some Tallinn fare. Traditional dishes include pork in aspic, eels and blood sausage, while sprats are a popular snack with locals. Newer eateries offer innovative game and fish dishes. Tallinn is a city which seems to run on coffee and cakes. The old town has numerous tempting cafes where locals and visitors linger over a latte using the city's excellent Wi-Fi. The Tallinn Card for visitors offers a range of discounts on museums, attractions and transport. Hotelmix.co.uk has collated reviews from previous guests and presents these alongside informative photos, sample room layouts and maps indicating the major sights to allow visitors to find the best Tallinn hotel deal with the facilities and location that suits their needs.