Radisson Hotel Group has opened Palace Hotel Tallinn, a member of Radisson Individuals, in Estonia’s capital city Tallinn.
Built in 1937 by Estonian architect Elmar Lohk, Palace Hotel Tallinn has been renovated and opened for guests again.
It is the first Radisson Individuals in the Baltic region and a monument of national architectural heritage.
Palace Hotel Tallinn offers 79 rooms and suites, including a 150m2 Presidential Suite, a 50m2 air-conditioned fitness centre, as well as an indoor swimming pool and spa featuring a jacuzzi, Turkish bath, steam bath and sauna. A modern meeting space is also provided for business guests and their gatherings.
It’s Restaurant Konrad, an all-day dining affair, offers local and international cuisine, while guests can have their morning coffees and varied menus at the Gallery Bar, which also features a special pizza menu as well.
Ensconced in the heart of Tallinn Old Town and just a few strides away from one of the most popular meeting places in the city, Tallinn’s Freedom Square borders the Old Town and invites hotel guests to explore the historic cobblestone streets of Estonia.
Modern day Tallin is one of Eastern Europe’s most popular weekend getaways, as its cultural landscape has blended seamlessly with today’s digital innovation. The city has seen the creation of some of the world’s leading technology firms and has the highest number of start-ups per person in Europe.
Radisson Hotel Group Northern & Western Europe area senior vice-president Tom Flanagan Karttunen: “We are very excited to announce our first Radisson Individuals in the Baltic region. This is an excellent hotel, which will offer our guests a property in the famous Tallinn Old Town area. The Radisson Individuals brand is a perfect match for this stunning hotel and historical area and with this opening we further strengthen our position as the leading international hotel group in the area”.
Palace Hotel Tallinn is 1.3km away from the city’s main train station, 2.3km away from the Port of Tallinn, and 4.1km away from Tallinn Airport.
Most of the city’s sight-seeing and shopping can be done primarily on foot, as all of Tallinn’s major attractions are distributed across the Old Town.
Commenting on behalf of operating company HMP Hotellid OÜ Ain Käpp & Kaido Ojaperv said: “Tallinn’s legendary Hotel Palace has always strived to provide its guests with exceptional service. Now we can take the next important step forward in the development of the services offered. Radisson Individuals compliments our hotel with its Yes, I Can! customer service, international reach, reputation and Radisson Rewards loyalty programme. All this allows us to be even better representatives of Estonian hospitality.”
The hotel implements Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol programme. The cleanliness and disinfection protocols were developed in partnership with global inspection, verification, testing and certification company SGS.