If you're looking for budget hotels in Tallinn, you have 23 options to choose from, such as Nepi Hotell and Alexi Villa. For budget travelers, look no further than Tallinn Backpackers, set 1300 feet away from the city center. To stay in a hostel close to Pikk Hermann, book a room at Mo Hostel with rates from 65US$ per night. If you are planning to visit Tallinn Old Town district of Tallinn, pick an apartment such as Tallinn City Apartments Residence for only 83US$ per night.
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Where to stay in Tallinn?
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Hilton Tallinn Park and Braavo Spa Hotel are situated in the heart of Tallinn, in Tallinn City Center district. Another good option is Old Town Hostel Alur, which is also just 10 minutes' walk from the heart of the city. Book a hotel in Põhja-Tallinn district, such as Baltic Boutique Apartments that offers views of the garden.
If you'd like to conveniently access Chicago 1933, select a hotel that is situated nearby, such as Schlossle which is within 5 minutes' walking distance. One of the Tallinn's unique attractions is Pikk Hermann, which you can easily discover while staying at Park Inn By Radisson Meriton Conference & Spa Hotel Tallinn and Meriton Old Town Garden.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Tallinn
There are 30 luxury hotels in Põhja-Tallinn district of Tallinn, including Hestia Hotel Ilmarine and Merchants House Hotel. Solo Sokos Hotel Estoria is a chic 4-star boutique hotel situated less than a 25-minute walk from Kadriorg Park. If you prefer chain hotels, Gotthard Residents is a 10-minute walk to the center and features an indoor swimming pool and a patio.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're planning a trip to Tallinn, consider staying downtown at apartments like Pikk 49 Residence or Flatmanagement Kaupmehe Apartments. Old Town - Viru Gate Apartment is a B&B situated a 20-minute walk from Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour. Such family hotels near Kino Soprus as Ibis Tallinn Center and L'Ermitage are good options if you travel with your kids and want to stay close to the attraction. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the sea, we offer to pick Humala Guest House near Vabamu - The Museum of Occupations and Freedom, which is a popular resort in Tallinn.
City Guide: Discover the best of Tallinn
In Tallinn history is in abundance.
One of Europe’s most forward-thinking capitals, Tallinn still breathes with nostalgia of days long gone. Tiny cobbled streets, medieval churches and the 14th century flat-top buildings prevent Tallinn from exchanging its baroque forms for the glimmer of modern high-rises.
You can experience this atmosphere of previous centuries preserved only in Tallinn. Booked.net can place you in any Tallinn hotel you wish. From cheap offers to luxury Tallinn hotels all are available at Booked.net. Check them out with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
Tallinn is reminiscent of a historic gem as you can illuminate a piece of its past in every direction in the city. Tallinn is listed as a World Heritage site for its unique composition of old and new. From the ornate Art Deco buildings to the grey Soviet architecture, Tallinn embraces the mix and makes it unique with the exquisite restaurants and stylish coffee houses of today.
- Viru Gate, the trendiest shopping street in the city and has historical significance
- Raekoda was built in 1371 as the city hall and today dominates the main square
- Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, a classic 19th century Russian Orthodox church
- Tallinn Zoo offers the world’s best collections of animals like goats and sheep
- Tallinn TV Tower, a free-standing structure that is the highest in Northern Europe
Tallinn dates back to the 12th century, since then it has changed hands several times from Denmark, Sweden, and Germany to Soviet Russia. This cultural splendor is best reflected in the cityscape with the ancient city walls surrounding the city and red-tile roofed houses within it. Tallinn is so compact that you should enter its maze of alleys and medieval churches on foot.
Despite bombing in 1944 during the German occupation that left Tallinn’s Old Town in ruins, the city undertook huge effort to recover. Today in Tallinn the nightlife is vibrant and the dining is tasty from hot pizza to sophisticated French, Chinese or national cuisines. Over the time Tallinn has re-invented itself to a showcase of Estonian culture. Thus, one of the most talented national writers Jaan Kross is native to Tallinn introducing it to the world as the fruitful ground for young talents.
This youth-oriented lifestyle makes Tallinn a prosperous European capital, while its adherence to the glorious past grounds it in the previous centuries. This tension of the old and new in Tallinn you can discover for yourself with Booked.net.