Pärnu is a summer resort, which explains, but does not excuse rather high prices for fairly basic rooms.
I stayed at this place for two nights; given the price and Expedia's hotel description I expected a bit more. The plain (not Scandinavian-design simple, though) property is very close to bars, cafes, and restaurants. The room was clean and spacious, but felt cheap. Breakfast was okay. There were only three TV channels--all of them in Estonian(?). Free Wifi.
Upon arrival, I was asked--a bit abruptly--to pay upfront for two nights; when I inquired about this, I was told the place considers itself a guesthouse, not a hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Guest house Villa Artis is located in a quiet side street in the centre of Parnu. Villa Artis has 12 rooms, including suites and family rooms. We are in the heart of Parnu, so everything is very close: city centre is a 5 minute walk and the beach is a 10 minute walk from us. Villa Artis is a suitable accommodation for families with children looking for a peaceful place to spend their holiday in, but also for travellers looking for tranquility. A large backgarden with appletrees is suitable for kids to play in, but also for relaxing. With nice weather it is possible to have breakfast in the garden. Clients can use a fridge and a microwave oven in the common area. ... more less
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