Two nights in Tallinn for business purposes. The hotel is centrally located, just outside the line of old walls circling the old town.
Modern building build in 1972 to host the Finnish tourists when the Russia was still occupying the country.
Nice and spacious room, well cleaned. Minibar and ironing board available. Wi-Fi available in the room and in the lobby. Pantagruelian (buffet) breakfast; both English and Continental. Concierges very helpful in giving information about the city the public transport. They called a colleague to provide me an electrical adaptor for my strange plug because they were out of stock.
Wide bathroom with shower.
Only negative point was the bed; rally too soft. I was sinking in it and I had a pain in my back the morning. If you are not used, better to ask for an hard one.
You can reach the shopping mall Viru without going out. few restaurant and café accessible without facing up the Baltic winter.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you haven’t been in the legendary Viru Hotel, you haven’t seen all of Tallinn. The first skyscraper and prominent landmark in Estonia offers breathtaking views of Tallinn Bay and Tallinn’s UNESCO protected medieval Old Town. The hotel has the widest range of room types, restaurants, entertainment facilities, relaxation services and the “must see” KGB museum all under the same roof. Original Sokos Hotel Viru provides direct access to the Viru Centre shopping mall and is close to theatres and popular cultural centres. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sokos Hotel Tallinn