Finding an ideal romantic small hotel in Tartu does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Tartu Kutsehariduskeskuse Hotell, a nice option for travellers like you.
Tartu Kutsehariduskeskuse Hotell is a romantic small hotel offering a flat screen TV and a seating area in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The small hotel features 24 hour front desk. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Tartu. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Close to some of Tartu's most popular landmarks, such as Tartu Town Hall Square (1.4 mi) and St Paul’s Church of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church (1.5 mi), Tartu Kutsehariduskeskuse Hotell is a great destination for tourists.
Tartu has plenty of wine bars. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Vilde Ja Vine, Vein Ja Vine, and Väike Vine, which are serving up some great dishes.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular architectural buildings such as Tartu Cathedral and Estonian Supreme Court Building.
Tartu Kutsehariduskeskuse Hotell puts the best of Tartu at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The hotel provides nice service. The staff is polite and helpful. Everything is clean and comfortable. Location is convenient (afar from the street noise and activities). The breakfast was super good and delicious (with a variety of options). The TV doesn't have a lot of options though. I would definitely stay there next time.
Pros - no problems with parking. Good wi-fi. Cons - Hair from previous guests left on sheets. Carpet needs some cleaning. Instead of double got twin with quite narrow beds. Breakfast - could be better.
If you have a car this hotel is a good option because its location is quite outside a city. There is a free parking lot for guests. Sufficient breakfast. Good wifi if you will manage to get connected. Room and bathroom were very clean. Our room was also big enough with sitting area. A lot of students, probably doing their practice.
We spent two days here. Everything was running smoothly knowing that most of the staff is trainees. + the staff was very friendly, doing the best and learning all the time + we left quite early: the breaking was served to us one hour before the normal schedule - there is not enough light in the bathroom for shaving etc.
Don't let the exterior look of the Tartu Kutsehariduskeskuse Hotell put you off. It looks like the local secondary school - because that's kind of what it is. Rather than teach students about the hospitality industry in the classroom, Tartu Kutsehariduskeskuse Hotell is a practical opportunity for learning. The reception area is large, staff friendly and welcoming and the check in process smooth. The bedrooms are off long corridors, with a rather odd numbering system (but its not hard to find your room once you work the system out). Open the room door and you are in for a very pleasant surprise. The rooms are large and very modern. Tastefully decorated and very nicely equipped. Colourful window drapes and blinds add to the fresh look. In addition to the twin beds, there is a nice seating area with 2 comfortable armchairs and coffee table, plus a decent sized TV. Little touches like glasses and corkscrew, shoe horn and clothes brush are nice. Reception also sells a range of toiletries and other essentials for the more forgetful (I needed to buy a shaving kit!) But there are no tea of coffee making facilities in the rooms - we always take our own travel kettle and cups anyway. If you are staying a while and need to unpack, the wardrobes and drawers are more than sufficient. One other nice touch - I counted 12 plug sockets in the bedroom alone - so no shortage of places to charge phones or plug in your hair dryer. The deal includes free wifi, although the internet was not working when we stayed. The reception staff were very apologetic and it didn't cause too much hardship, but I can't verify the effectiveness of the service. The bathrooms are very clean (spotlessly, actually) and the wet room style shower ideal, with plentiful hot water. Though, be warned, even though there is a good shower curtain, the shower still manages to wet the whole bathroom so don't drop your clean clothes on the floor :-) Breakfast was included in our deal (€50 per night for a twin room). Served between 8-10am it is a basic breakfast with a small selection of cereals, toast, cooked and continental breakfast items. Certainly not the best hotel breakfast I have experienced but adequate for the price paid. The dining area, like the rest of the facilities, was bright, modern, spacious and very clean. According to the in-room guide, a buffet lunch is also available. The hotel is situated a little outside of the town, but just a short and simple car ride into the city. The car park is large, free and monitored with security cameras. The hotel is situated down a side street and the area is also beautifully quiet and peaceful. There are a couple of large supermarkets in the neighbourhood if you want to buy anything. The hotel also offers a range of spa type services (manicure, pedicure, massage etc at very reasonable prices) but we did not have opportunity to try these. Additionally, there are a range of different sized conference rooms available. If you are looking for a venue for a training course or conference then I think this hotel would be well worth considering as the 'academic' feel would help set the tone. So, if you are looking for decent value, clean, bright and comfortable, and don't mind your hotel disguised as a college then I can heartily recommend the Kutsehariduskeskuse. Also, if it provides a training opportunity for budding hoteliers then you are making a valuable contribution to their experience by staying there :-)…
Excellent interior, new renovated, very clean and warm. Good breakfast. One minus - difficult to find. To stay in it you must travel by car - in other way you will have problems to reach centre or even supermarket