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Many hotels in Tallinn took the time last year to begin rebranding or renovating. Now these hotels are opening their doors again, featuring fresh designs and new features.

Palace Hotel Tallinn, a member of Radisson Individuals

Tallinn’s legendary Palace hotel, now named Palace Hotel Tallinn, a member of Radisson Individuals, opened its doors again in April, after a brief refurbishment. The nearly a century-old building features 79 hotel rooms, including a 150 m³ presidential suite with a private sauna and meeting room. The hotel also has a fitness and relaxation centre with an indoor pool and spa. The hotel continues to house the restaurant Konrad, which offers both Estonian and international flavours.

Read the press release about the opening of the hotel.

Tallink City hotel

Tallink City hotel is getting a new interior design and a thorough overhaul and will open again this summer. After renovations, the hotel will have 324 rooms in four categories: double room, family room, sauna suite and deluxe room. The hotel will also have a new restaurant City Grill House, which will be located on two floors and will have space for 228 guests. The hotel’s previous furniture, which was still in good condition, was donated to welfare institutions across Estonia.

Read more about the hotel’s developments.

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Nordic Hotel Forum

Located in the heart of the city, Nordic Hotel Forum is also going through renovations and is planning to open again soon. During a comprehensive renovation process, all hotel rooms and public areas will be refurbished and the hotel will get a new restaurant and a new luxury suite. The hotel is also planning to implement technological solutions that will make the entire customer journey as contactless and safe as possible. The beehives on the roof of the hotel will also remain, and their honey will be served in the hotel.

Read more about the planned renovations.

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Future developments in Tallinn’s hotel scene

In addition to hotels opening this year, the hotel scene in Tallinn will be gaining some new hotel brands in the next few years, all of which will be the first in the Baltics. Radisson Blu Sky Hotel is currently under reconstruction and will reopen in 2022. After reopening, the hotel will be named Radisson Collection Hotel Tallinn and go under the Radisson Collection trademark. The new hotel will have 287 hotel rooms, including 16 suites. The hotel will also feature two restaurants and a lobby bar, a relaxation area with a pool, a fitness centre and a conference centre.

The Accor hotel group, which is already operating the Ibis Tallinn Center hotel and Swissôtel, is planning to open the first Novotel Living hotel in Tallinn in 2022. The 124-room apartment hotel will be offering flexible accommodation packages, including for longer stays.

International hotel chain Hyatt is also planning to open their first hotel in Tallinn. The Hyatt Place Tallinn hotel will be built near the Old City Marina and the 168-room hotel should be completed by 2023. The hotel will have a restaurant, fitness centre and conference rooms.

Find out more about Tallinn’s hotel openings here

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