See why so many travellers make Villa Theresa their small hotel of choice when visiting Rakvere. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as War of Independence Monument (0.6 mi) and Rakvere Secondary School Building (0.6 mi), guests of Villa Theresa can easily experience some of Rakvere's most well known attractions.
Villa Theresa offers guests an array of room amenities including a minibar, a desk, and extra long beds, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The small hotel offers a sun terrace, express check-in and check-out, and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a lounge. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you’re looking for a steakhouse, consider a visit to Sarvik, which is not far from Villa Theresa.
If you are interested in exploring Rakvere, check out one of the art galleries, such as Rakvere Gallery and Avatud Ateljee Art Studio.
At Villa Theresa, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Rakvere.
Hotel is nice and clean. Neighborhood is quiet and hotel is about 1000m from city center and 600m from concert area. Liked staying there. Also eated dinner there. Recommended. Some pics from our dinner. Beef burger, duck filet and chocolate fondant.
We stayed two nights with family and had three different rooms, which all were very nice and comfortable. One of the rooms had air conditioning (which wasn't needed but looks like some of the rooms have it, which is great during the summer). The hotel is beautiful and very well maintained. All rooms and public spaces were very clean. Beds were comfortable and we all slept very well. Breakfast was nice and coffee was very good, also. The location is nice and quiet, in a beautiful, green area. Free parking. We had dinner at the hotel and the food was absolutely great, cocktails were nice and service was superb. Special thanks to the amazing staff that were able to accommodate us on the 2nd night even though they were sold out. Even in general, the staff were amazingly kind, friendly and very professional. Highly recommended!…
Although a pretty place tucked away in a foresty location, with excellent breakfast service and spacious rooms, if you don’t like flying bugs in your room that don’t even get vacuumed the next day after you’ve killed them, then look for a hotel that has screens on their windows. We stayed here in the summertime and the room got stuffy/warm with no air conditioning. So we opened the windows the first night and have been killing mostly moths ever since. Don’t leave your suitcase open on the floor, unless you want to find bugs lurking in it, too. Can’t call down to the front desk for any service because there’s no phone in the room. Also watch your step when you walk around because you might trip over a doorway’s threshold or a white marble fireplace’s 4 cm high front slab! Before going up to the room for our 4th night, I had to ask the front desk clerk to request Housekeeping to give us fresh sheets the next day. And yes, the moths I killed the first night are still on the floor under the window drapes.…
We have spent only one night at this place and surely in the off season period (late October) but still had a very nice experience. It is a bit out of the town and I believe it is a plus if you'd like to enjoy nature and calm in a 5 min drive from the center. As it was a very late evening and the weather was not at its best, we took a taxi to get to the hotel and back to the restaurant (taxi station is right near the main bus station). However, in the morning it was a pleasant stroll to the town. Staff was welcoming, room - spacious and comfortable. A bit old-fashioned but in a charming chalet way. Clean and warm, nice bathroom. Perfect stay.
We have stayed here earlier so we knew what to expect. The rooms are spacious and the breakfast is good. It is located about 1,5 km from the center but the roads to there are nice to walk, at the day time. In the evening one could feel a bit uncomfortable walk in the completeley dark roads. We arrived back to there before 10 in the evening. The staff was about to leave and they adviced us not to use the front door but the side one. If we had arrived a moment later we would not have known where to go in to the building. Later in the night a terrible noise started in some room. A drunken couple was fighting and of course the TV was watched with loud volume. I tried to call the reception/administrator 8 times during the night. Nobody answered or called back to me. Finally I decided to go to the reception but was shocked when I realised that the doors to the public area were locked! I also noticed that the side door was widely open, so who ever can come to sneak the building. I was thinking that what should a guest do in the case of fire, burglery water leak etc? The only option is to be directly in touch to local authorities Police etc. cause it is obvious that the "hotel" will not take care of you. To be honest I have hardly ever felt so unsafe in any hotel/motel eventhough I have spent hundreds of nights in many different countries ín all kinds of places!…