Assuming you have the budget of 100-150 euros a night,then I fully recommend this Hotel.
Firstly and as so often most importantly,the location is as good as it gets. The hotel is literally just minutes away from the heart of the old town. My first night was at the Radisson Blue Olumpia,and whilst the room was fine the distance to the old town was just too far.
Back to the Nordic...it is privately owned and the benefits of care and attention come thru.
I took the Double de Lux on the top floor...and whilst a notch or two over the standard,i was very pleased with the room. The design of both bedroom and bathroom made the extra worthwhile.
WiFi was free and worked pretty well. I would,like others,say the coffee machine is a bad choice.It is not easy to operate and to be only offered 2 cups without paying for more is penny pinching and annoying
The spa area is fine...not large and can be overcrowded,but pick your times carefully is a good facilty.
Breakfast is not a high point of the hotel.When busy,the area is a bit of a scrum and to be honest ,I thought the quality only just ok. If this is important to you,you might reconsider your choice.
I would echo comment from others...this City has a problem with taxis !!! If taking a taxi from the hotel,do not assume it is ok. Check first with reception. There are a number of seemingly genuine taxis that will rip you off...and some of the stories are alarming. If going to/from the port the taxi cost should be around 5 euros.
Whilst the old town is the natural destination from the hotel,behind the hotel are a few decent bars/restaurants as well as a very good cinema complex.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A modern superior four-star business and conference hotel Nordic Hotel Forum awaits you in the heart of Tallinn, just a short stroll from business, shopping and entertainment venues. Nordic Hotel Forum has 267 guest rooms: 249 standard rooms (25 m²), 10 double deluxe rooms (40 m²) and 8 suites. The hotel has special rooms for disabled guests and for guests with allergies. Nordic Hotel Forum has created a professional environment ideal for conferences, meetings, press conferences, as well as festive banquets and company events. The conference centre is located on the 1st floor and offers 6 multifunctional conference and meeting halls. The largest can seat up to 200 delegates. Considering everyone's needs and all details, being at your disposal to discretely meet all your requirements including those that have not yet occurred to you - is the working principle of our team. As a top specialist in the field, our conference centre service manager is there to help you organize your event and take care that everything runs smoothly and successfully. The restaurant Monaco is located on the ground floor of the hotel. Monaco is a versatile restaurant which is suitable for a quick cup of coffee, business lunch or gourmet dinner. Breakfast is served every morning in Restaurant Monaco where guests will find a rich and varied breakfast buffet. The hotel lobby bar seats 70 and is convenient for business meetings, a chat with friends or some quiet time by the fireplace. The bar serves a wide variety of hot and refreshing drinks, and an enticing choice of cocktails and light snacks. The leisure centre is on the top floor and offers great views of Tallinn's Old Town. The guests have the following facilities at their disposal: indoor pool (8 x 5 m), Jacuzzi, Finnish and steam sauna and a small workout room. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Nordic Hotel Tallinn