I stayed in the Telegraf for 3 nights towards the end of June 2011. It was impossible to fault the hotel, for me the five stars were fully deserved. I got off the ferry from Helsinki and it was a short walk of about 15-20mins to the hotel. I stayed in a junior suite room which had a large king size bed and sofa seating area. Bottled water was provided in the room daily as was a "turn down" service for your bed and a chocolate on your pillow (nice touch). I also ate in the restaurant each evening which was part of the hotel, called the Tchaikovsky. I am sure it will not be long before this is given a much deserved Michelin star. Service and quality of food was second to none and the complimentary courses were superb. The hotel is ideally located in the centre of the city and within easy walking distance of all the main attractions and tourist sites.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our building, constructed in 1878 and once an exchange station for the Estonian Telegraph company, has been transformed into a unique five-star hotel. Join us and become part of the ambience which has surrounded today's Telegraaf for well over a century.Spend an afternoon in our Elemis day spa, followed by a symphony of Russian cuisine in our restaurant, Tchaikovsky. The only hotel in the Old Town with underground parking, we encourage you to arrive comfortably in one of the most beautiful and stylish cities in Northern Europe. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Telegraaf Hotel Tallinn