I wanted to go somewhere where I could be spoiled for my 60th birthday, and was advised to try Tallinn. Looking through the available hotels, I really liked the look of the three sisters. I wasn't disappointed.
The hotel is housed in three 14th century houses, built by a prosperous merchant for his daughters. It has been renovated beautifully. I delayed booking for a while, and as a result could only get a junior suite. This was expensive, but very nice. We had room 37 in the roof space of the right hand house as you look at the hotel from the street. It has a large, egg shaped bath (no separate shower, unfortunately), a large King sized bed, and a separate sitting area. There were two televisions.
The staff was very friendly and organised a walking tour through the city for us. They also advised on the tram numbers to look for in order to visit the Kadriorg Palace.
The hotel serves very good breakfasts in a charming room with an ancient painted ceiling. I would also advise eating in the hotel's Bordoo restaurant. The food was some of the best I have tasted in years.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In 2003, three of the Tallinn's most famous trading houses, built in 1362, were renovated and united to create the building of The Three Sisters Hotel. We offer five-star level services in the setting of modern design contrasted with the medieval history. Our hotel located within the fortress walls of the Old Town allows you to feel the spirit of the old Hansa, without compromising style, comfort and luxury. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 3 Sisters Hotel
- Three Sisters Tallinn
- Hotel Three Sisters