See why so many travelers make Pesa Hotel their small hotel of choice when visiting Polva. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Guests have access to room service while staying at Pesa Hotel. In addition, Pesa Hotel offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Polva trip additionally gratifying.
If you are looking for something to do in the area, Lutheran Church of Blessed Virgin Mary (0.4 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Pesa Hotel.
At Pesa Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Polva.
The room was clean, starting to wear out a little (a crack in the toilet tank). A soap dispenser on the shower room wall and towels. Breakfast ok. Couldn't connect to Wifi in the room, only in the corridor behind the door of the room. The receptionist said that Wifi doesn't reach all the rooms depending on the location of the room.
Stayed here at the last minute. Service and room was clean and comfortable. Reception staff were very friendly and helpful. We ate in the restaurant and the food was very enjoyable. Restaurant staff were friendly and helpful and there was a good menu choice.
I went there for dinner and was pleasantly surprised, considering Põlva is not a tourist hotspot. The atmosphere was lovely, our waitress seemed to enjoy her job and they had a good wine list. We didn't stay in a hotel but were kindly allowed to have breakfast the next morning. Good choice for 6 Eur.
If you need an hotel here, you must choose Pesa Hotel! Good restaurant, great staff and nice rooms too! Free wi fi and free breakfast, you can go to the restaurant even if you're not a guest! There's also a pub on the inside where you can have beers from a good selections from all the world; try it!
Very old hotel ( I guess this was fresh in Sovjet time) but it was clean. The food was excelent, except for the dessert (pancake) which was cooked in oil. The resturant staff need some more training but this ia a general issue in Estonia.